AVX name

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By Griff L

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  1. Griff L

    Griff L
    Albuquerque, NM

    Just a thought, if the AXV is really a “premium” ball, why not name it like one. I think if you changed the name to ProV1z, a, or s you would sell at least twice as many. Call it the ProV1 for seniors or slightly slower swing speeds, with all the premium flight, carry, spin and other performance characteristics of the other ProV1 balls? Just sayin’......

  2. Don O

    Don O
    Madison, WI

    Rumor has it, it is not A V or an X, so AVX is the acronym. Still uses a premium urethane cover and manufactured at Ball Plant #2. I would have gone with Pro-V1s but Titleist didn't put it out for a vote on TT. Pro-V is such a franchise that diluting the name may have hurt the V/X lines. Without the Pro-V name, it might sell better w/o hurting the franchise at 5-10% less to compete with the other urethane balls in the pro shop also not named Pro-V.
  3. John B

    John B
    Kenmore, NY

    It is my understanding that AVX came from "Alternative to the V1 and V1X"
  4. HackOne

    HackOne
    Graham, NC

    AVX: I like the AVX and the way it feels around the greens. I don't hit to many greens in regulation so I count on my short game and the feel I get from AVX. It plays to my style of game. I feel confident on every putt...its going in. It comes off my putter so true. I was NOT part of the test team, so I bought a doz. Money well spent.
  5. SBarton

    SBarton
    Manchester

    I like the name and it’s such a great ball from driver to putter it feels and reacts superb..
  6. Im not sure about the naming but I LOVE the AVX. I’m an 11 index, but that just happened in the last 2-3 years. I’ve dropped 10 strokes off my handicap and it was time to seriously consider what ball to play. I find the AVX to be perfect for me.

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