Yellow is better!

My favorite Golf ball is the Velocity. I love the feel and can hit it 10-20 yards farther than any other ball I've tried. I would love to see a yellow version of this ball available. What are the chances of that happening any time soon?

TJ J

My favorite Golf ball is the Velocity. I love the feel and can hit it 10-20 yards farther than any other ball I've tried. I would love to see a yellow version of this ball available. What are the chances of that happening any time soon?

 
While Titleist doesn't share marketing decisions with us, there are considerations to the number of products they can put onto the shelves of pro shops.  They have 6 balls now and a total of 8 including the 2 yellow lines.  12 is likely over the top.  The tire company has 10 lines and I don't think I've seen all 10 outside of the large sporting goods companies.  Even then, they only have 2 yellow lines.
 
There are several well-responded threads about a yellow ProV1.  For hitting, I prefer the NXT Tour or ProV1x.  I'd buy which ever one was yellow.  If the new Test ball was a NXT Tour S replacement, I'd use that yellow one.  I was playing 9 yesterday to compare Test and NXT Tour - by myself.  I lose sight of drives with white balls against a gray sky or clouds.  The only ball I lost was one where I lost sight of a really sweet drive as it was still rising and I had no way to judge if it cut at the end or the approximate distance it traveled.  The others I lost sight of I found - and further than I expected!  Boomers like myself have our issues.
 
When announced at the PGA Show in January - we'll see what customer feedback has had on the move to yellow balls.