Titleist Golf Ball Fitting on 'The Golf Fix with Michael Breed' - Submit Your Questions Now

Posted: August 18, 2011

We're excited to announce that Titleist Performance Golf Ball Fitting and Team Titleist will be taking center stage on "The Golf Fix with Michael Breed" on Monday, Aug. 29 at 7 p.m. (EST) on Golf Channel.

During the episode, Breed will take part in the Titleist Golf Ball Education, Selection and Fitting process to determine the golf ball that will perform best for his game and help him shoot lower scores.

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I know as a golf professional, everybody's always fiddling around with their clubs and the ball is the last thing on their mind," says Breed, a longtime Titleist Advisory Staff Member and Head PGA Professional at Sunningdale Country Club in Scarsdale, N.Y.

"It should be the first thing."

Guiding Breed through the fitting will be fellow PGA Professional Mike Gibson, Manager of Titleist Performance Golf Ball Fitting, who will provide viewers with insight into Titleist's golf ball fitting methodology and explain how they can begin the process.

Gibson (pictured right) will also be taking time during the program to answer questions submitted from members of Team Titleist.

If you have a question about Titleist Performance Golf Ball Fitting, please post it in the comments section below
and be sure to tune in Monday, Aug. 29, at 7 p.m. (EST) to see if your question makes the air!

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Jason G


Is it true you need a high swing speed to compress a Pro v1X or Pro v1?

Geoffrey B


Will a prov1 or prov1x help the average golfer out like it does to the pros?

gilles c


Love NXT Tour with my irons, but Pro V1X goes much straighter with the driver.

I am 55 and started to play golf at 51, is it because of a bad swing or just in my ming.

Gilles

todd w


I like the feel of a harder ball off the irons.   Do I need to get over that to choose a ball to better my game?  My swing speed is 100-105.  Currently, tend to get some side spin off the Driver but can usually keep in the fairway.  Irons are straight.  Around the green is ok but tend to get more roll out than I would like.    Hence, can't go at the flag too often.

Bryan C


I am told my swing speed is a 103, I get better distance with a ProV1, but can't get the ball to spin back on the greens.  If I use a proV1x, I lose about 10-15 yards on every club, but with my 50*, 54*, and 60*  Vokey's, I can get the ball to spin back a good 3-5 feet without fail.... I'm told by reps that the V1 gets better spin, and V1x better distance, my results are backwards. any ideas why? Thanks for any help! Keep up the good work!

Jonathan H


I would very much love to be fitted for a particular ball but live too far from anywhere where this is offered.  So my question is this: if I have three different balls that I'd like to test against each other, what is the best process to undergo to work out what fits me best?

Is it best just to do three rounds (and risk the variables of typical amateur variable play) or is there a better way to do it in practice that you would recommend?

Many thanks

Geoffrey B


Does anyone know which questions were selected? I missed the show

Jeremy W


What objective measures do you take when fitting for a particular ball?  

Catalina31 C


Golf bags has legs that fold when placed on the ground and stand up to the golfer does not have to bend down and pick it up. This is a great feature in golf bags, especially if the golfer tends to walk the course, as many do. There are a lot of bending to do when a golfer attempts to remove an obstacle in the world of his ball, or put the ball out of the cup, so any way to avoid addiction is more than appreciated.

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Ross Taylor


I can't believe how much of this I just wasn't aware of. Thank you for bringing more information to this topic for me. I'm truly grateful and really impressed.

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