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A Question, When teeing up what is the best position to put the golf ball (PRO V1 & PRO V1X)on the tee? Rotation arrow going straight down the middle or rotation arrow going left & right? I use a vertical swing and normally hit the ball relatively straight, swing speed is in the 75 - 85 mile an hour range - oh, and I am an old timer, 72. And yes I have tried all sorts of other balls, Wlson, Slzngr, TM, Prcpt, Swoosh and most likely other brands,Clubs are custom (by a fitter), Driver Swoosh (covert set at 10.5) Reason is due to dimple pattern on the ball. The rotation arrow starts and ends with a small dimple, with large dimples in between. Just asking --- need all the help I can get.
The current ProV's do not have a seam on the cover so the orientation of the the aiming aid will not effect your shots from a golf ball performance standpoint
personally I generally tee my ball up so that the aiming aid is vertical and in the impact area
No difference at all
I usually just tee it up so I can read the logo, it gives me a place to concentrate on and helps me keep my head down better. I didn't think there was a difference either, as long as you tee it up the same way each time I think it should fly the same!
Performance wise, it doesn't matter. As far as the visual cues (aim line, script logo, etc...), it's personal preference.