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AVX Golf balls

Connor G

I see many people are getting sent the new Titleist avx golf ball how do I get on the ball testing list.

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  1. Robert L

    They're not testing... they've bought them.

    www.titleist.com/.../avx
  2. JAM

    Has Titleist established a date for possible expansion to other states is they get a successful response?
  3. Jose E

    I found out about the ball yesterday and had to go down and buy 2 Dozen and I had to just go down and play a round today and I gotta say they are great. Love them! They have great feel and performance to them.
  4. bob r

    In Florida last week and bought 2 dozen AXV's. Have played 3 rounds with the ball. Feels great, but the cover is not holding up to wedge shots. My grooves are about six months old and eating the covers up. Had the same problem with the nxt's.
    Will stick to the Pro V1, best ball made by far!
  5. Big_Ben

    I would love to try them out, but unfortunately they’re not available near me and I can’t justify spending $25+ on eBay. Guess I’ll just hope for a wide release in the future.
  6. Greg L

    Based on the Titleist site - "Availability of Titleist AVX is limited to a test market in participating golf shops in California, Arizona, and Florida".
  7. Chuck Z

    I talked to one of the Titleist reps in our area and he is really impressed with the ball. He has played the ball and he said it is definitely a player. Put away those Chrome Soft balls, guys. This ball is very long.
  8. Dwayne N

    Any plans to sell in midwest
  9. Don O

    Dwayne N

    Any plans to sell in midwest

    For now, the official stance is CA, AZ, and FL and only at selected sites. The PGA show is at the end of January - and time for the non-Pro-V ball updates. Titleist is looking for feedback (where you play golf 12 months a year w/o hand warmers) on acceptance and feedback. Can't wait until then to find out.

  10. Ron B

    Just bought a dozen AVX balls today to test. Got the optic yellow (essentially the same color as the NXT Tour S optic yellow) - very visible. Played today (as a single) - tested mostly greenside short game vs. Pro V1 and used it putting. First impressions: Great sound and feel. As soft or softer than the NXT Tour S. Ball rolls off the putter face with great feel - but still with sufficient sound feedback. Ball checks up on greenside shots even better than a Pro V1 - I was amazed at that. Didn't compare many full swing shots (nursing a sore back), but when I did, it seemed to work well. My last full shot was a downwind 7-iron over a bunker to the back shelf on an elevated green on my final hole. Ball hit, took one hop and stopped. I don't usually count on being able to do that. (Missed the 15 foot birdie putt, but a good stroke, great roll.) Looking forward to testing it more. But from what I saw today around the greens, it is a great ball. Will compare more full shots next time out.
  11. John G

    We were talking about these today at my course during lunch. My guess is that they are the ProV1’s the pros play, rebranded for the general public at a higher cost.

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