Yellow ProV1

I hoping that that with enough of a demand Titleist will finally see the market for this.  If anything, it would be worth it to create some test balls like they did for the 2013 Pro V's and conduct the follow up survey.  If enough people respond in favor yellow version it might make it to market.

Here's hoping!

Must be nice to be rich, and I don't mean your name.

My friend is just like you so he used a sharpie and colored it all over, was long but he said it was worth it

Andrew A

I hoping that that with enough of a demand Titleist will finally see the market for this.  If anything, it would be worth it to create some test balls like they did for the 2013 Pro V's and conduct the follow up survey.  If enough people respond in favor yellow version it might make it to market.

Here's hoping!

Yo hit the nail on the head Andrew. If Titleist sees demand, they will offer it. I'm surprised they don't offer a pink ProV1.

I hate finding pink at dusk.  The hue becomes darker and is easily lost off of the short grass.  A while back there was a post here about dying golf balls I suppose that can be an option for a colorized ProV.

My favorite golf ball is the Titleist Pro V1X. Add my vote for a yellow one. I agree they are easier to track in flight, plus when I'm in a foursome, if I'm playing a yellow ball, I know instantly which ball in the fairway is mine.

John C

Are there any plans to introduce thr ProV1 line in yellow?  I lost most of the vision in one eye, and now have a difficult time seeing the white ball in flight especially on overcast days.  My preference is Titleist but I do not like the Tour S.

Although I like the Prov Ix a bit / lot better, I play the  330-RX because of its optic yellow colour.

It's visibility is better and therefore my choise. If Titleist would decide to produce the Pro V1x in yellow, I would switch.

Gerrit L. 

good for you. Don Love

In your opinion they look "unprofessional". I don't play to crowds so frankly don't care about color other than I prefer Optic Yellow. Having said that I prefer Titleist Pro V1X as a ball. Recently I have mixed what I play, something I haven't done in 25 years. I"m old enough to have gone through the tennis ball debate on color- how did that resolve itself?

Love the color option...... Use these for carpet putting, new Sharpie brush pens..

Besides using a Sharpie pen, there was a previous discusson message about dying golf balls, and a link to the dye company's site on how to dye golf balls.

http://www.ritdye.com/diy-projects/odds-ends/dyed-golf-balls

At a course I played once, the range balls were yellow prov1's. I'm not sure if they were normal though. They may have been practice balls. They were better than the normal range balls though.

I agree with everything Andy S. wrote. Just bought a dozen srxn yellow just for the fall. I normally play Pro V1 and get in at least 80 rounds a year. I know what a great ball can do but I just can't follow them and find them in the fall months.

I can ONLY hope Titleist will realize there is a market for Yellow Pro V1's and Pro V1x's!

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On Oct 2, 2013, at 8:14 PM, "Mark H" <bounce-markh296@acushnetgolf.com> wrote:

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Mark H replied to Re: Yellow ProV1 in Golf Balls.

I, like many of me's, would applaud Titleist for a yellow Pro V1.   So much easier to see .   Don't discount the baby boomers as they own more wealth than the "young-ins".  

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