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  1. Pit

    Mansfield, OH

    What is the actual compression of the Prov1 and the Prov1x?

  2. Chuck Z

    Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

    According to

    Prov1 - mid compression @ upper 80s
    Prov1x - high compression @ high 90s

    No information on the 2017 ball that is being released.
  3. Tyler H

    Tyler H
    Appleton, WI

    Compression is kind of irrelevant as each manufacture measures it differently. The Pro V1x will be slightly firmer than the Pro V1.
  4. JKannard

    Kansas City, MO

    I've heard for the 2017 ProV's

    ProV1: 100 compression
    ProV1x: 90 compression

    Correct me if I'm wrong. :)
  5. Pit

    Mansfield, OH

    Thank you!
  6. casa

    The villages, FL

    Compression who cares I hit both the V1 & V1x and my driver swing speed is mid 80's. Use a 913 D2 with a stock Mitsi R blue 62 S+ shaft ............... V1x does drive longer but on any windy day I will take the roll out of a V1
  7. 19hole

    Reading, MA

    Compression is not really used anymore. What really matters is how the ball feels when it comes off the club. I would suggest that you go to a ball fitting day and experience all of the balls in the Titleist line. It will be very easy for you to get to the right ball for your game.
  8. Pit

    Mansfield, OH

    I ask this because I work at a sporting goods store and always get asked by customers and I would like to give them the information they ask for.

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