Posted: March 1, 2013
Having gone through testing and validation on the world's professional tours, the new 2013 Pro V1 and Pro V1x are now available in golf shops across Europe as of today (Friday March 1, 2013).
Driven by the pursuit of superior performance, Titleist delivers even more distance, softer feel and longer lasting durability in its 2013 Pro V1 and Pro V1x models through new core and cover technologies.
The 2013 Pro V1 provides even softer feel, making it the softest Pro V1 yet. Golfers will also benefit from the Pro V1’s longer distance due to lower driver and long game spin, and a shallower angle of descent that produces more roll. The 2013 Pro V1x delivers even more distance and more consistent performance with its deep downrange peak trajectory, tight ball flight and outstanding spin control. Both new models feature an improved Urethane Elastomer cover and paint system that results in longer lasting durability while retaining a even whiter, brighter finish.
New Pro V1 and Pro V1x also maintain their outstanding Drop-and-Stop control, providing all golfers with the proven short-game scoring performance that contributes to shooting lower scores.
And already, the new 2013 Pro V1 and Pro V1x have delivered wins across the world's major professional tours - including Louis Oosthuizen - Volvo Golf Champions, Luke Donald - Dunlop Phoenix, Adam Scott - Australian Masters, Angel Cabrera - Visa Open de Argentina, Brian Gay - Humana Challenge and The Winner - Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
The new 2013 Pro V1 and Pro V1x are manufactured to exacting standards in Titleist’s own world-class facilities. As a result, every Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf ball performs consistently for every golfer, every round and on every type of shot. Performance is for every player.
To see the initial impressions of European Tour players on the new 2013 Pro V1 and Pro V1x, just click on the video above.
Posted: February 22, 2013
In the latest of a series of tips and drills from the Jason Floyd Academy, Jason looks at the need to keep the sternum central to ball contact when chipping.
This simple drill should help you to deliver crisp and consistent contact in your short game.
To view the tip, simply click on the video above.
Posted: February 21, 2013
Just prior to Christmas last year, we featured the first Team Titleist Tips & Drills video from Titleist Advisory Staff Instructor Jason Floyd - looking at how to achieve better ball striking.
The next in this series features a great tour warm up routine from Mike Wood, the fitness & performance director at the Jason Floyd Golf Academy - not only great for making sure you are properly warmed up for your round, but also for getting the blood circulating in this cold weather!
Click on the video above to see what Mike recommends and check back in tomorrow for the next video from Jason.