ProV1 or X

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By MMiller

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  1. My normal ball flight is high. I am a low handicapper and have about a 110 club head speed. Would the ProV1 or ProV1x be better for me?

  2. Barry B

    Barry B
    Lake St Louis, MO

    Since you have a high ball flight the Pro V1 might be better, but try a sleeve of each at judge for yourself. If you can get out and play a few holes or maybe even 9 with two balls you could compare them head to head. You could also use the Ball Selector tool to see what it recommends based on your answers.
  3. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    Probably the ProV1 over the ProV1x if you are looking to lower your flight a bit. Each has different benefits and characteristics. Even the tour pros choose different ones based on the things they are trying to maximize in their games. The best advice I can give is to take both out on the course and play a few rounds with each one and then make your decision. Once made, try to stick with the same model for a while as it is tough to bounce back and forth all the time without it impacting your game. Both are great choices. Good luck.
  4. Todd T

    Todd T
    San Diego, CA

    Use the ball fitter here... Or, get a sleeve of each and work from the green to the tee!
  5. Mike M

    Mike M
    Salem MA

    I'll add my 2 cents to Barry's thoughts about playing 2 balls. If you can play two balls on a hole; a par 5 may be best. That way you can hit a driver, a hybrid or mid iron and a wedge, and actually see the difference in each, and will give you immediate feedback on each ball.
  6. Jon S

    Jon S
    Collinsville, CT

    low ball flight may mean you don't spin the ball much, which would make the X the better ball. Get a sleeve of both and see which one performs the best for you.
  7. Both work great, use the one that fits your eye and gut
  8. I like the X better because of the lower spin rates

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