Titleist introduces 2011 Pro V1, Pro V1x
Titleist, the #1 ball in golf, announces the launch of the most technologically advanced Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls yet.
Titleist, once again, raises the standard for quality and performance by making the most trusted and best selling golf balls even better.Titleist introduces 2011 Pro V1, Pro V1x
Ten years after the marketplace introduction of the original Pro V1, “the ball that turned golf upside down” (USA Today, March 2001), the best keep getting better.
Titleist Pro V1 loyalists will experience increased spin control and a more consistent ball flight with the new model, while retaining the exceptional distance and durability they count on for their game.
The performance improvements of the New Titleist Pro V1x are longer distance and a more consistent ball flight, along with its renowned Drop-and-Stop greenside control.
2011 Pro V1
New Pro V1 provides the exceptional distance and durability that golfers have counted on, and now delivers increased spin control and a more consistent flight.
This advanced performance results from a new innovative ZG process core technology, responsive ionomeric casing layer, urethane elastomer cover and spherically tiled 352 tetrahedral dimple design.
This new 352 dimple pattern with five different dimple sizes (previous generation had 392 dimples) has more surface coverage and 3 axes of symmetry.
These new aerodynamics deliver a penetrating ball flight that holds its line in the wind.
2011 Pro V1x
Delivering very low spin off the driver and long irons, New Pro V1x provides longer distance and a more consistent flight along with its renowned Drop-and-Stop greenside control.
A four-piece multi-component design, Pro V1x features a large, high velocity dual core with a soft center, responsive ionomeric casing layer, urethane elastomer cover and a new spherically tiled 328 tetrahedral dimple design (previous generation had 332 dimples).
This high coverage dimple pattern with seven different dimple sizes has three axes of symmetry and produces a higher trajectory for Pro V1x’s longer distance and a consistent flight that cuts through windy conditions.
The Pro V1x retains its urethane elastomer cover for soft feel and durability.
While any distance gains are certainly player dependent, most Pro V1x players have noticed that it peaks further downrange and carries farther than their prior generation Pro V1x.
They have also experienced excellent performance in windy conditions.”
Availability And Price
The New Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls begin shipping to golf shops in February, with a suggested retail price of US$58 per dozen.
Both models will be sold in traditional dozen and three-ball sleeves.
Play numbers 5-8 also will be available in addition to the traditional 1-4.
Source – Titleist