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After two rounds and hours on the practice greens n bunkers, I'm done. The square was my winner hands down. Felt a little firmer than the circle but responded in every way I needed. The stopping ability on chips was one of the most impressive qualities. I had good mid irons with the circle but it never really wowed me. If the circle was a pro v or a nxt I would be surprised and feel like I have bad judgement. Anybody else feel the circle was a total experiment ball and the square is the next pro v1x? Another opportunity to say thank you to Titleist! Such a fun experience.
I also found the square ball to be the better ball of the two. The circle ball seemed to nick fairly easy and to me appeared to be some kind of surlyn or ionomer cover. The square ball was very durable. Had lots of fun testing. Thanks Titleist.
i ended up liking the circle ball better but felt my testing was incomplete. i missed 8 days of possible use because they came the same day i left to go out of town on a golfing trip which would have been the perfect testing grounds. but since i turned in my results ive had the opportunity to the play then both a little more and was fairly happy with both. the square ball worked very well the second time around. this being my first test ever i wish i had more time for a more complete review but had fun doing it nevertheless. i hope im chosen again in the future and knowing what i know now i would know what to look for more during a round with balls. thanks again titleist for the opportunity and look forward to doing it again
I played the square ball 2 rounds, and then played it Sunday on my local course, off the 2nd Tee shot, hit a bad drive, and I have a feeling plugged it into some soft stuff in the rough. Sorta made me upset honestly, but I agree with the masses, that ball had amazing action on chip shots and swinging a 3 wood with it I made shots that stuck that a normal ball would have rolled off the green. I agree whole heartedly that the square was the winner to me as well. The circle ball was definately harder and not near as responsive to iron shots. If it is the "new" Pro V 1x then I will start playing them all the time. I played the rest of the round on Sunday with my srxn Q star.....I like them alot, but they dont have near the "forgiveness" that the square ball did.
I also favored the square ball - much better performance across the board compared to the circle ball. I am thankful for being chosen to participate, this is such a unique and exciting experience!
Im with you Carl! I will definately be buying that ball if they ever told us what it will/would have been. It has been an awesome experience with playing the Prototype "square"....
Thanks Titleist! I enjoyed being a part of the process to test the golf balls provided. For me, the ball with the circle works best for me -- the trajectory, stability in the wind, workability and how it reacts from around and on the greens. In addition, the life and durability of the ball is great!
Thanks again for the opportunity.
Thank you Team Titleist for the opportunity! I had a great time testing these prototypes. After testing, I think the square ball fit my game better based on distance, control, and consistency. However, the cover on the circle ball looked better after the same amount of play as the square ball. With that said, add me to Team Square!
It is really cool testing these prototype balls. I also liked the square ball better than the circle. The circle did go farther off the tee but the square was better overall. I don't think either one was a new Pro V. The square may be a Pro V1x but it seems a little harder other Pro V1x.
Thanks again to Titleist...