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4 years ago
4 years ago
I've been seeing the Titleist VG3 golf balls in some of the golf stores. I know they are made for the Japanese market, but what Titleist ball do they compare to in the US market?
Thanks Brad. What Titleist ball is it similar to on the US market?
This Ball is compliant with USGA. Go to USGA website and check for conforming balls and search for Titleist VG3. It is there!
I picked some up at the store the other day and it feels like a NXT Tour. Im using them for practice balls.
3 years ago
The VG3 is like a hybrid cross between a Pro V and NXT tour series.
I have just received a dozen balls marketed as prov v1 but they are nothing like a pro V!.I can only assume they are fakes or japanese from a company called newgolfoutlet Malcolm
I starting using the VG3 a couple of months ago and love them. Very consistent distance due to lack of spin...a double-edged sword. I buy mine at Golfsmith where they are 23.95/dozen. The best value I have found in a ball in a while.
The VG3 bites and sticks like glue on firm greens. They will also spin off wedges when you lay the club flat on it's back and place the ball forward in stance.
I translated this from the website - missed the bottom half
Distance and soft feel on impact with excellent straight phenomenalNEW VG3 has been developed to study thoroughly the golfer in Japan, to improve the performance of distance compared to the traditional modeldepends on the 332 catenary dimple design has evolved with the coremultilayer compression newly developed low, but soft further is to achieve a sense of premium distance ball. Color, three types of "Rainbow Pearl" "YellowPearl" "Orange Pearl". Number play has a lineup of 11,33,55,77Product FeaturesStraightness and phenomenal distanceSoft feel on impact in every shot3 color lineupInnovative technologyMultilayer low-compression coreHigh elasticity and low-spin Fleximer cover直進性に優れた驚異的な飛距離とソフトな打感日本のゴルファーを徹底的に研究し開発されたNEW VG3 は、新開発の低コンプレッション・多層コアと進化した332カテナリーディンプルデザインに より従来のモデルに比べ飛距離性能を向上し、さらにソフトな打感を実現したプレミアムディスタンスボールです。カラーは、「レインボーパール」「イエローパール」「オレンジパール」の3種類。プレーナンバーは 11、33、55、77 をラインナップしています製品特長驚異的な飛距離と直進性全てのショットでソフトな打感3カラーをラインナップ革新的なテクノロジー低コンプレッション・多層コア高弾性・低スピン フレキシマーカバー 最新の332カテナリーディンプル 332 dimple latest Catenary
I think the different colored numbers on titleist golf balls are a difference in compression. Somebody told me that because i had a pro V 1 with a red number and one with a black.
What Titleist ball is it similar to on the US market?
the red numbering usually denote hard golf balls,while the black numbering usually denotes soft golf balls, like in the case of
Pro V1x (hard), ProV1(soft).This also usually holds good with other brands also.
Well, Titleist and most other brands have Black (prov1-soft),Red(prov1x-hard).
Green,blue,golden brown etc:,are for the Japanese and other Asian brand of
I believe these Japanese golf balls are really good golf balls and are as good as
Titleist and other brands,however they are expensive if they are Japanese,like all
Japanese golf equipment.