Chat Replay: Find the Best Titleist Golf Ball For Your Game

Posted: June 11, 2012

To kick off U.S. Open week, Team Titleist hosted a live chat Monday afternoon with Mike Gibson, Manager of Titleist Golf Ball Fitting.

Mike spent over an hour answering questions about the Titleist golf ball family and how to find the best golf ball for your game.

You can view a replay of the chat by clicking the play button in the box below.


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Good Afternoon,

i only swing my driver at around 96-98mph and known to find unsual places from the tee on a golf course, but i rely heavily on my short game, so i need a ball to behave sharply on a green, but need a ball that when i do find a fairway off the tee, i can have some distance too.

i play off 6hcp.

Thanks for any Help given.

The Golf Father

Thanks for the opportunity to ask some questions

Robert C

Let's say the ProV1x is the best ball for me based on short-game, putting, feel etc.  How drastic a change to my driver (910D2) might be needed beyond loft/lie adjustments.  Have you seen instances where a different shaft is optimal?

Andrew R

I have a 125+ swimg speed. I am a 11 hcp. mainly due to poor short game. I hit my 5iron 200y and still put some spin on my drives although alot less lately. I generally get near or on the GIR. I am looking for a ball to fit my game.

Any help??

Niklas T

Hey! I'm a young boy looking for a soft ball. I hit the ball almost 300 yards, and i would like to have a ball that fits for that length, and for som spin on the greens :)

frank s

Always loved the pro v and played titleist my whole life until a few years ago I was realizing there was too much spin with the pro v1 so I switched to the Bridgestone rxs and I now feel there's nOt enough spin I max out at 103 with my driver make great contact with all my mid to low irons I jut couldn't control the spin with winds and it was hurting my game thoughts?

Doug S

I play the Pro V1X ball but my swing speed is better suited for the Pro V1.  Probelm is the Pro V1 fells too soft or mushy for the driver and spins way to much.  Feels good on the irons but not Drivers and 3 woods. Is this a common issue

Floris H

I usually play with a NXT Tour ball, but in the last round i played my brother kind of pranked me by changing the balls in my bag to NXT ones. It seems i hit the ball about 2 clubs further then i normally do, is that the difference in ball type, or is it more likely that other factors were part of that change?

Rick A

I just started playing the NXT Tour and am hard pressed to go back to the Pro V1

Rick A

I have switched to the NXT Tour from the ProV1 and am having a blast.