Golf Ball Color

During the winter months with the grass white I find it easier to focus and see the optic yellow ball better . I noticed the ProV's are not marketed in this color but most of the other models are....Is there a reason this top producing and top selling ball has never been produced as such?

CHARLIE S

During the winter months with the grass white I find it easier to focus and see the optic yellow ball better . I noticed the ProV's are not marketed in this color but most of the other models are....Is there a reason this top producing and top selling ball has never been produced as such?

 
Coincidently, I just posted a similar view on a different thread.  The 2 amber choices are the "softest" balls Titleist sells, which as someone with an AARP card, I view as age discrimination.  (wink,wink)  J
 
I have a vision issue seeing white balls on cloudy days, so I can't play the balls I get the best results without someone else spotting if not sunny.  Unrevealed to us are possibly marketing studies that indicate a "professional" ball still needs to be white, and amber may be considered a gimmick that could threaten the franchise.  The other brands tend to only sell amber in their lower compression balls (more age-discrimination bias....) so it just may not yet be time, like tennis balls 30 years ago, to mess with the (#1 ball in golf) franchise.
 
If the new NXT-Tour came in amber, I can save those for cloudy days.