Hey Team Titleist,
We have had some great responses, and a lot of questions on a recent post discussing the effect of swing speed in choosing the right golf ball.
When choosing the right golf ball, it is important for golfers to take all shots into consideration. However, because most shots occur in the range of 150 yards and in, it is important to make these shots the focal points of your golf ball selection. Begin with shots around the green and progressively move back to the tee.
When I would fit individuals into a golf ball, I would have them hit shots from their "go to" yardage. This was the shot and yardage they were most comfortable with and could get the best gauge as to the difference between balls.
With regards to swing speed, a golf ball needs to perform on every shot, not just the driver. The longest hitters on the PGA Tour need their golf ball to perform just as well on a delicate 50 yard pitch as they do on a 300 yard drive. Amateur golfers with lower swing speeds are no different.
All Titleist golf balls are designed with the intent of helping golfers shoot lower scores.
I hope this helps. Please keep the discussion going.