What is the difference between Pro V1 and Pro V1x?

According to Titleist, the three-layer Pro V1 golf ball is made to fly lower than the Pro V1x, and it provides a softer feel. The four-layer Pro V1x, on the other hand, is designed for a higher flight and more spin, and provides a slightly firmer feel compared to the Pro V1.

Are Kirkland golf balls Pro V1?

We hit a 50-yard pitch, 7-iron and driver with the Kirkland Signature up against the latest Titleist Pro V1, which is also a three-piece ball and retails at £52 a dozen, on the Foresight Sports GCQuad launch monitor to assess how they compared. Out of the box, the Kirkland Signature looks to be a well-made ball.

Which Titleist ball goes the highest?

Titleist Pro V1x
Analyzing the individual ball statistics we can see that the Titleist Pro V1x averaged the farthest distance as well at 266.7 yards. Meanwhile, the Callaway Chrome Soft X averaged the shortest distance at only 259.3 yards. This results in a difference between the average maximum and minimum of only 7.4 yards.

Should high handicappers use Pro V1?

As a general rule, most golf coaches wouldn’t recommend Pro V1 to a high handicapper. The extra cost and higher compression rating make Pro V1 suited for better players with higher swing speeds. Lower compression balls will generate more distance and forgiveness for high handicaps.

Are Kirkland golf balls as good as Titleist?

On our gauge, the average compression of the Kirkland Performance+ is 90, effectively the same as the Titleist Pro V1. While that puts it squarely in the “firm feel” range, we should note that, because of its significantly thicker cover, it may feel firmer than other urethane balls with similar compression.

Is Titleist suing Costco?

The initial four-piece offering Costco rolled out in 2016 drew rave reviews for its performance, but as quickly as the ball took the industry by storm, it became swept up in a lawsuit with Acushnet Holdings Corp., maker of Titleist’s popular Pro V1 ball, over claims Costco made that the ball “meet[s] or exceed[s] the …

Is Titleist AVX better than Pro V1?

The AVX does what it’s supposed to, but the fact it fits into the range alongside the Pro V1 and Pro V1x means it isn’t going to be the optimum choice for everyone. If you’re looking to bring your flight down and reduce spin without sacrificing noticeable performance around the greens, it’s an excellent option.