Since debuting 20 years ago, the game’s best players and golfers of all skill levels have trusted Titleist Pro V1 model golf balls for ultimate performance capability. Titleist continue to go to every measure possible to help golfers fire their lowest scores.
Enter the new 2021 Pro V1 and Pro V1x—the new standard of golf ball performance and unmatched ball-to-ball consistency by Titleist.
Designed for longer distance, more spin and control around the greens, the softer feel Pro V1 and Pro V1x feature a number of industry-leading technological advancements.
Titleist developed a new urethane elastomer cover to increase greenside spin and control in the short game. It’s the softest cover used on a Pro V1 or Pro V1x.
Spherically tiled tetrahedral dimple design is another new feature of each model. The Pro V1 has a 388-dimple layout to promote penetrating trajectory. The Pro V1x has a 348-dimple layout to offer a higher flight path.
Pro V1 and Pro V1x feature a reformulated 2.0 ZG Process Core to deliver more distance and provide a softer feel when compressing the ball at impact.
And, Titleist used a faster high-flex casing layer to add ball speed. This highly resilient ionomer also lowers ball spin rate in the long game for better accuracy.
Titleist ensure reliability in their golf ball with every new generation Pro V1 and Pro V1x put through rigorous testing to meet quality specifications. After all, consistency in performance from ball-to-ball is important to golfers.
Justin Thomas, Australians Adam Scott and Cameron Smith are just a few of many of the world’s best golfers who have teed up new Pro V1 and Pro V1x in competition. The Tour-validated balls were introduced on the PGA Tour in November 2020. Smith played the new Pro V1x to become the first player in the history of The Masters to shoot all four rounds in the 60s.
Smith said, “When I first tested it, it was a bit hotter off the driver, which was great.” He went on to state, “the biggest thing that stuck out was the control coming out of the rough and around the greens. I can control my shots – especially those difficult, soft shots – so much better.”
Both new 2021 models offer long-lasting durability and softer feel plus they deliver longer distance and more greenside control. There are subtle differences in the models.
Pro V1 promotes lower, more penetrating flight than the Pro V1x. The Pro V1 has a very soft feel and is best fit for most golfers.
Pro V1x produces a higher trajectory and increased spin relative to Pro V1 and has a slightly firmer feel.