The time has arrived for Titleist to launch their newest and much anticipated Pro V1 Golf Ball for 2023 and it comes with all-new technologies to keep it the #1 played ball by professionals and recreational players alike. The golf ball is the only piece of equipment you use on every shot so make sure it performs the way you want it to. Your best swings will thank you for it. Titleist is of course the most played ball across all worldwide tours and it’s easy to see why when you see what it is capable of. The new 2023 ball comes with many new and significant improvements to again lift your game to those new heights. The Pro V1 is for the golfer who prioritises total performance and leaves nothing to chance.
With new high gradient core technology, this new model lowers spin off the tee box for even longer distances and rollout. The speed-amplifying high-flex casing layer contributes to this low spin. This is a tour-proven ball of course and comes with tour-proven performance, namely the spherically-tiled 388 tetrahedral dimple design than cuts through the air for penetrating and consistent flight with any club in the hand. The soft cast urethane Elastomer™ cover gives some of the best spin in any ball, especially around the greens so you can pull the ball up next to the pin with greater regularity. How do you improve on the most popular and successful ball ever produced in the history of golf? We don't know how but Titleist does thankfully. For golfers who want to achieve their full potential, the new 2023 Titleist Pro V1 provides total and unequivocal performance from tee to green. For the golfer who prioritises professional-like performance over anything else, this is the ball for you.
Wondering about the differences between Pro V1 and Pro V1x? Here is the low down – The Pro V1 offers a lower ball flight with a softer feel and lower spin off the tee box for extra carry gains. Whereas the Pro V1x offers a higher ball flight with a slightly firmer feel and higher spin on longer shots.
White golf balls are available with play numbers: 1-4 and 5-8. High-optic yellow golf balls are available with play numbers: 1-4.