New Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x Golf Balls: Live Webcast This Thursday

Posted: February 1, 2011

With last week's launch of the New Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls, we want to make sure Team Titleist is up to speed regarding these innovative and exciting products.

We invite you to join us on Team Titleist this Thursday, Feb. 3, from 3:30-4 p.m. EST, for a LIVE webcast hosted by Bill Morgan, Senior Vice President for Golf Ball R&D, and Mary Lou Bohn, Vice President Golf Ball Marketing and Titleist Communications, who will act as your tour guides and answer your questions regarding the golfer benefits and new technology of the New Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls, your invitation to shooting lower scores.

Be sure to bookmark this page, so you can enter the Webcast using the link below.

In the meantime, submit your questions about the New Pro V1 and Pro V1x for our panel of experts by submitting a comment below. We'll do our best to answer as many as we can on Thursday.

You can learn more about the New Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls now by clicking here.

Webcast details:

Date: Thursday, Feb. 3rd
Time: 3:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. EST

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Robert Sellman

I heard that the Pro-V1 is a three piece ball and if your swing is less than 100 miles per hour you will not fully compress the ball and thus not get the yardage you are looking for. The Titlest NXT tour ball was recommended  instead for the average mid handicap player with slower swing speeds. Your comments?

Robert Sellman

What's the difference between the old Pro V1 and the newer model?

Robert Sellman

How does one obtain test golf balls. I am new to the site as I just registered my Titlest irons and wedges.

Robert Sellman

With all the jype about ball fitting, and the need for high handicapers to use a soafter ball, how  would you compare the ProV's to that analogy?


Will the price for the new balls increase?

Robert Sellman

Why are you or why are you not looking at more layers in the ProV line?

Why is it not possible to build a ball with high spin off wedges without giving up distance off the tee?

Robert Sellman

I'm interested to learn how the new dimple configurations affect the flight of the new ball, and is there also an corresponding effect around the green. Thanks!

Robert Sellman

Can a high-handicapper (20+) with non-Tour swing speed benefit from the new Pro V1?

Robert Sellman

Which ball do you think would be better for a 12 handicap that hits a high ball? My strengths, like most people, are hitting 5-W, fairway woods, and I am a better than average driver off the tee. My weaknesses, are hitting long irons, sand shots, and "short" putting. Probably sounds like a lot of people.

Robert Sellman

If you only have a Driver swing speed of 95 should I be using a Pro V1x?