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Pro V1 392

Michael W

I recently purchased a dozen "new, in box", Pro V1 golf balls on ebay. When they arrived, they have Pro V1 - 392 on the side and the box is different (similar to previous Titleist boxes in 2006 or so). I'm trying to find out how old these "new balls" really are.  Any help out there.


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  1. Michael W

    Received the following response from Titleist.  Beware of "new in box sales" on ebay or other sites:

    What year are Pro V1 balls that have ''Pro V1 - 392'' imprinted on the
    side? How old are these balls?Thanks

    Thank you for your question regarding Titleist golf balls. Below is a list
    of side-stamps that would designate the order-of-release starting with the
    original version:

    PRO V1 392 ... 2000 - January 2001
    < PRO V1 . 392 > ... February 2001 - January 2003
    < . PRO V1 392 . > ... February 2003 - January 2005
    < PRO V1 - 392 > ... February 2005 - January 2007
    <----- Pro V1 -----> ... February 2007 - January 2009
    < . ----- Pro V1 ----- . > ... February 2009 - present

    We also released the Pro V1 Star and X which have the following
    side-stamps in the order-of-release:

    < Pro V1 * 392 > ... February 2001 - January 2003
    < . Pro V1x 332 . > ... February 2003 - January 2005
    < Pro V1x - 332 > ... February 2005 - January 2007
    <----- Pro V1x ------> February 2007 - January 2009
    < . ----- Pro V1x ----- . > ... February 2009 - present

    Thank you for your continued support of Titleist...the #1 Ball in Golf.

  2. Francisco Z

    Can we get pictures of the markings of these different balls?

  3. Christian J

    Here's a good timeline of the stages of the ProV1.

  4. Francisco Z

    Le 01/03/13, Christian J <> a écrit :
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    Christian J replied to Re: Pro V1 392 in Golf Balls.

    Here's a good timeline of the stages of the ProV1.

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  5. Tom K

    No they are not the same ball the 392 is a little harder then the pro1 itself. I will play the 392s but I see a big deference in the two balls. 

  6. Richard M

    I like the photo attached which shows the various arrow markings on each generation of ball.  I note it goes only up to 2009.  Can anyone update it to show all models up to date?

  7. Richard M

    I note the photos cover only up to 2009.  Does anyone have photos to show each generation up to the present?

  8. Dan H

    Very cool picture Christian!!

  9. David T

    here is up through 2014

  10. Chris M

    David T

    here is up through 2014

    Real cool picture David!

    Need to find a ball from 1999 too keep aside and start a collection

  11. Stewart T

    Just curious, how long can we keep golf balls to maintain its usefulness.

  12. Bob T

    I have prov1s in separated boxes back to 2006 and they go as good as I can hit them and I've turned out good rounds.  After saying that, in tournaments I break out a fresh new prov1 because in my mind I want the best I can get!!!

  13. Edward K

    I still have several dozen of the Professional 100's, and they still fly very well. Within a few yards, I'd say, and they are 20+ years old. I break one out occasionally, whenever the question pops up......
  14. Kirk E

    Thanks for that. Cool to see the progression over the years. 

  15. Jae C

    Can anyone from Titleist or someone with expertise comment on how the performance characteristics have changed over the years? Softness/hardness/compression, spin rate with driver/woods vs wedges/short irons, etc. Marketing always claims the latest models are "better" but I have only read about claims of "more consistent performance" and "more durable cover".

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