yellow optics in pro v1's

would like to see you pro v1 Pro v1x in yellow optics please send me a dozen

Kirk N
would like to see you pro v1 Pro v1x in yellow optics please send me a dozen
 

...Get in line...  This is a common thread and reverberates well with older golfers that can't follow the white balls as well as they used to.  As well as younger golfers with visual acuity problems. 

I find the 1x to be a great ball for me, when I have spotters.  Unfortunately my second choice is the NXT Tour, and it is not available in optical yellow, either.  With great shame, I use a chrome optic yellow as preferable to the NXT TS optic when I'm my own spotter..  When Titilest makes the best ball for me in optic, I'll buy it.  My take is that the marketing people find the bulk of Pro V users would see the yellow as a gimmick for the best balls in the market and it may suffer with that crowd.  I'd be ok with the NXT Tour in yellow as a compromise.  Some of the young guys in marketing need to realize that vision can deteriorate before finding a need for a softer ball. 

To note, I have bought my loyalty Pro V deal, just wish I didn't have to sneak out the non-Titleist balls on cloudy days.

Me to...

I would like to see that also!

Marketing idea. Sell yellow optics during the fall and winter seasons.

I am using NXT S Yellow, willing to switch to Pro V1 Yellow is available.

I am in the line.

I am using NXT TS. that was switched from white Pro V1.

willing to switch to Pro V1 yellow if available.

i dont like optic yellow and i like the purity of the proV line being white. thats just my opinion

simba

I'm going to have to have yellow or quit hitting the ball so far.

John L

i dont like optic yellow and i like the purity of the proV line being white. thats just my opinion

simba

What makes America great is a freedom of choice.  Curious if you would think any less of your white ProVs just because I can buy it in optic yellow?  No one is asking to get rid of white, just offer us a choice because of physical limitations.  Titleist spends a great deal of time and effort promoting the ProV lines as the best for everyone's game, yet many of us have to use an alternative under certain conditions.  On a cloudy day, I'm lucky to follow a drive 100 yards in the air with a white ball.