Watch: Under the Cover of Pro V1x Left Dash with Titleist Golf Ball R&D

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By Mike D., Titleist Staff

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  1. Team Titleist Staff

    From its heritage as a tour prototype and how it performs to the origin of its name and the golfers that will benefit most from giving it a test drive, listen in as our golf ball experts and R&D team take us under the cover of the Titleist Pro V1x Left Dash golf ball.

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  2. Steve E

    Steve E
    Stockton, CA

    Thanks again Mike for another great behind the scene look in what goes into the making of a Pro V1x Left Dash..
  3. Military
    Absolutely the best ball I have ever played.
  4. larry m

    larry m
    columbiana, OH

    I was able to get some of these. Do like the less spin on clubs
  5. Just bought first dozen left dash. Through the first 4 rounds am very positive regarding results. Ball is flying much higher and only moving slightly when hitting the green. Well Done guys.
  6. Since the cover material is the same as the yellow versions of the Pro V1 and Pro V1x, why not make a yellow version of the Left Dash. Some of us older golfers like Left Dash and could benefit from an Optic Yellow version to help us track our shots. The current white paint utilized makes it difficult to follow our shots as age effects our eyesight. Just some input from the fringe...
  7. Rick P

    Rick P

    I am a golfer with a 17.4 handicap. I am 70 years old, but very active. I am trying your ProVX left-. I usually use your ProVX or AVX. I got great distance, and the feel was hard. I purchased two boxes of the of the ProVX Left-.I have not like these balls because of the hard feel. But, I was stuck using them up. I complained about them, but after hitting them for awhile, I actually started liking them. The distance off the driver was great. But around the green I feel the difference. I might recommend them to younger golfers, but for me I will go back to the ProVX or the AVX. I thought I should let you know.. I did love the distance and the flight path. I might hold back a couple in my bag! Thanks, Rick
  8. Just picked a dozen AVX, guess I’ll return them for the left dash and see how they perform.
  9. Carl P

    Carl P
    Raleigh, NC

    Finally, a report that helps me understand exactly the differences in the balls. Lol, They flip=flopped a few years ago and I was so mixed up when someone asked me I would just say :yeah:

    Thank you! As usual, Titleist is No. 1
  10. Kevin H

    Kevin H

    Love the Pro V1 Left Dash. Been playing it for 4 years now and gotten my handicap down to +3
  11. dan r

    dan r
    Lincroft, NJ

    Thanks for producing such great golf balls and content. Can't wait to try out the left dashes that I have ordered.
  12. Sean S

    Sean S
    Centreville, VA

    Thank you for posting this video. Been a long time Pro V1 player but wouldn’t mind some extra height, might have to give the left dash a look.

  13. Mike D

    Mike D
    San Angelo, TX

    Let Dash definitely the best ball I have played. Longer than most + control and feel. Just adds confidence over each shot.
  14. Michael L

    Michael L
    Colorado Springs, CO

    When I was getting fit for my T200 irons my Titleist fitter suggested I try these because he thought they would work well for me and he gave me 3 to try out. He also previously fitted me for my TSR3 driver. So far all I can say is OMG! I have gone back and forth between ProV1 and ProV1x and this ball seems so much better for me, like a perfect balance.
  15. ScottD


    Have been using the left dash for two years now. Great ball!! Thanks.
  16. JJohnson

    Jersey Village, TX

    Great review as always and confirms why I have been playing Left - as long as I have been.
  17. I have recently switched to left dash in an attempt to help lower spin in my long game and so far it has been great, I feel like I am more consistent off of the tee and they hit better into the wind. I also prefer the feel of these when putting.

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