Golf Balls: Titleist
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|Titleist Golf Balls|
Titleist is owned by the well-known Acushnet Company, making top notch golf balls since 1962. Perhaps the most famous name in golf equipment, and the leading brand of golf ball. A Titleist golf ball was first played in the U.S. Open of 1949. They also produce popular drivers and irons. Most tour players swear by Titleist Golf Balls.
Slogans: #1 ball in golf. , The best keep getting better. , Distance never felt so good. , Golf's Symbol of Excellence
PGA Tour Players that play Titleist: Lee Westwood, Luke Donald, Rory McIlroy, Steve Stricker, Nick Watney, Ian Poulter, Bubba Watson, Hunter Mahan, Zach Johnson, Padraig Harrington, Tim Clark, Geoff Ogilvy and many more.Titleist Dt Solo - 392 Icosahedral dimple design. This ball is designed for a broad range of players who are seeking added distance, good feel, solid response with your short game and a durable cover that is hard to cut. Benefits - Longer distance with drivers and irons, exceptional feel, responsive short game control and a cut-proof cover. soft compression, good for all types of golfers. We had some amateur players test this ball and we received some good responses. Good for those with a slower swing speed.
Titleist Pro V1 - This ball is a tour quality ball and for experienced players only. Features spherically tiled 352 tetrahedral dimple design. Benefits - Exceptional distance, consistent flight, excellent control on the greens, exceptionally soft feel, high durability, tour-proven quality. Delivers a penetrating ball flight in all wind conditions. This is a high compression golf ball, recommended for high swing speeds.