Titleist Pro V1x 2019
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Premium quality 2019 Pro V1x golf balls with 100% satisfaction guaranteed. This is our FAVORITE ball! Nothing compares to the feel, quality, shine of this great ball, it doesn’t get any better than this from tee to green!
2019 Pro V1x Used Golf Balls
We love Pro V1x golf balls and it just got better with this 2019 model. Titleist Pro V1x golf balls are designed for golfers seeking lower scores and most of all control. The new Pro V1x 2019 model is faster from core to cover and have been designed to leave the clubface with more ball speed and lower long game spin for more distance while providing the best short game control to help golfers shoot lower scores.
The patented cover formulation delivers more short game spin and control with even softer feel for incredible touch. Experience Tour-proven quality with these used Titleist Pro V1x golf balls. These balls provides total performance for all golfers with the combination of exceptional distance, the best short game spin and control, and very soft feel.
We understand what you are looking for in a golf ball and these Titleist Pro V1x 2019 golf balls have them all. Our grading scale give you detailed and especially relevant information regarding our process in grading these recycled balls.
Your driver will glide through the air and strike this 2019 Titleist golf ball unlike anything you have ever felt (unless you have played this ball before.)
- Extraordinary Distance with Consistent Flight
- Low Long Game Spin
- Very Soft Feel
- High Trajectory
- Drop-and-Stop Short Game Control
More speed and less spin as a result of the advanced formulation & processing capabilities.
The proprietary cast thermoset urethane elastomer cover system provides the best scoring control.
The casing layer is the speed enhancing, spin optimizing layer that helps power Pro V1x for exceptional distance in the long game.
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