having been fitted recently for the prov1x i wondered how the velocity compares with the pro v1x
on the green
Just as long, but the cover is not as durable.
Was playing a Bridgestone 330RX made for extra distance on slow swingspeeds (i'm 95mph). Found a Velocity blown over a green into the deep grass on 16. After trying to out drive my partners all day with little success I accidentally teed up the Velocity on the next tee (instead of the 330RX) and outdrove everybody by 35 yards. After some confusion we figured out to everybody's surprise what happened. Bought a dozen Velocities and had some of my best scores and gave my cart buddy a sleeve and he liked them too. I do notice they roll out on the greens.
Hit a Pro V1x I found a couple days ago and was disappointed with the distance. Does this make sense? Jeff
Alright well I'm a 10 handicapper with a swing speed of 95-97. If I really crank my driver I can hit it out 255. That's what I thought until I got the Velocity. There's a hole on the course I play that is a 431 yard par 4. It plays much longer, though. Normally I have hybrid or more into the green. I hit it 281 and had 7 iron to a back pin with the velocity. I also hit 7 of seven fairways in my most recent nine hole round. My only complaint is that it does not spin as much around the greens. If your swing speed is like mine (although it is like faster seeing as you've been fitted for the Pro V1x) you won't notice the difference around the greens and it will be much longer.
I'm a 8/9 handicap with 88/87 swing speed and I play Velocity I get just much distance as Pro-V and I like the way Velocity putts
great cost savings between Velocity and Pro-V which is important Wish we had the old NXT back.
my only complaint the Velocity scuffs up quicker than other Titleist balls
i just played the velocity today for the 1st time......im not switching back. its the 1st ball that has ever made a difference as advertised.