Golf Ball Review – Titleist NXT Tour golf ball™

Posted on December 11th, 2009 in Titleist Golf Balls by admin  Tagged , , , , ,

Ball Reviewed:Titleist NXT TourDetails: Advanced, multi-layer construction, with a new Tour-proven, higher coverage dimple design and Staggered Wave Parting Line provide longer, more consistent distance. Summary:The Titleist NXT Tour golf balls provide optimum distance and spin properties. The soft feel of the golf ball aids in putting and ball striking. The sleek design and hardy cover enables the golf ball to be used for a whole round, without replacement. Pros: Like all the Titleist golf balls, they are an engineering marvel and every time i play with one they amaze me. As stated in the summary the Titleist NXT Tour golf balls provide the golfer with a moderately soft feeling golf ball which aids in putting and workability due to ball striking. they also have the tendancy, when hit right, to spin more than expected, which is a bonus if you have to stop the ball on quick and dry greens. The durablility of this golf ball is amazing, ive gone through numerous rounds with just one Titleist NXT Tour golf ball and at the end of each game, the ball shows minimal marks of play. Brilliant!!!. Cons: The only con i have with this ball is when i hit and it goes in the water. It’s my fault, but these balls ar they good, i hat when i loose them. Customer Service and Cost:I purchase these balls from my local golf club, Caboolture Golf Club for AUS $5 per ball. Five dollars per ball is a small price to pay for such a great ball. For price, even though i would prefer the Titleist Pro V1, i use the Titleist NXT Tour golf ball as the price is substanially lower. The customer service at Caboolture Golf Club is impeccable and i will always go back there. Similar Products Used:Precept X-treme and Bridgestone e-7+Rating (out of ten):9. 5

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Titleist Golf Balls: High Performing Golf Balls For Professionals And Amateurs

Posted on December 6th, 2009 in Articles by admin  Tagged , , , , , ,

Titlelists golf balls are the creme de le creme of golf balls according to many golfers. For example, the infamous Titleist Pro V1 was designed with serious golfers in mind. All of the Titleist balls available on the market are technologically designed to enhance your golf game by allowing you to achieve high performing control and distance.
High performance balls that enhance your game
If you are new to golf, you can be overwhelmed with all of the golf balls available at your local sporting goods store. Some golfers only want the best so they will purposely look for the most expensive balls available. But price is no indication of how well a ball will perform. Even though you may not be a professional golfer, you may want to improve the way you play. Regular practice and the equipment you choose, including the golf balls, can be a an important part of improving your game.
Titleist golf balls deliver
Many golfers prefer Titleist because it iprovides a high quality product with a reputation for quality workmanship and performance. When you play with Titleist balls, you can feel the difference. Chose a ball to help you add distance to your drives or gain control when putting. Experts suggest the ProV Ix and Pro V1 because the surface of these balls is designed to enhance spin and will help you control the direction of the ball better.
Titleist balls even have a solution for golfers who often deal with a short putting by developing a ball that helps increase score performance due to a special coating added to the surface of the ball to increase putting success.
Save money and buy used
Titleist golf balls are quite popular, but they don’t come cheap. You can expect to spend on average 60 dollars for a dozen Pro V1 golf balls. There is another way to get the same high quality balls at a discounted price. Used Titleist golf balls are one solution. Some online companies sell used balls in such good condition that it’s hard to tell them from brand new balls. That’s because many used golf balls have only been hit one time. You get the same performance while lowering your golf ball costs. Used Titleist golf balls are also ideal for playing when you worry about losing balls at the drive or on the course.
Titleist customized balls make great gifts
Golf enthusiasts and those who enjoy the game now and then can appreciate a gift of customized Titleist golf balls. They make a great gift for a birthday, Father’s Day or any special occasion. You can even have initials or a special message printed right on the balls. Customized golf balls make a truly unique gift.
You can’t go wrong choosing a high quality golf ball. Whether you are a professional or just getting started, there are Titleist balls available to help you become the player you want to become.

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Titleist Golf Balls Overwhelms In American Field

Posted on December 4th, 2009 in Articles by admin  Tagged , , , , ,

85% Of 2009 U. S Amateur Field Use Titleist Golf Balls Titleist Golf Balls continue to be the number one golf ball used by the leading amateur golfers. At the recent U. S Amateur Golf Tournament at Southern Hills Country Club, a resounding 85% of the golf field used the Titleist Golf Ball. South Korean winner Byeong-Hun An and runner-up Ben Martin of Clemson University Golf Team both used Titleist Golf Equipment. 17 year-old An beat Martin 7 and 5 in the 36 hole final using 14 Titleist golf clubs in his bag and a Titleist Pro V1 golf ball. The victory made An, the youngest champion ever in U. S. Amateur Golf Championship history. Runner-up Martin had 12 Titleist Golf Clubs in his golf bag and he played a Titleist Pro V1x golf ball. Overall at the 2009 U. S Amateur, 264 players, or 85 percent of the field of 312, played Titleist golf balls. Also, according to Titleist’s parent company, Acushnet, Titleist drivers, fairway metals and hybrids, iron sets, wedges and putters, were in no less than 40 percent of the field in any major equipment category at Southern Hills. Adam Scott, the Australian professional golfer talked about his feeling about Titleist irons: Titleist is replacing every iron in their set with the new AP1, AP2, ZB, and ZM irons. Gone are the well-liked 695 (in CB and MB variations). Gone is the 735. CM. Gone are the 755s and the 775s. Five models are being replaced by four, three of which are forged, and one of which aims to bring incredible feel and performance to the “aspiring golfer” crowd. They say there’s no accounting for taste, but my own personal opinion is that the irons offer a nifty throw-back look. I don’t personally care for the “overdone” graphics we see on a lot of clubs, and I’m willing to say that the Titleist AP1 and Titleist AP2 come close to overdoing it a little. The lines don’t bother me – in fact, I like the lines – but the black/grey and black/red striping and the words in that area are what push the iron close to the edge for me. And this isn’t the first time Titleist has “dressed up” up the backs of their irons. The very 755 and 775 irons these clubs replace also had decorative backs with different colors, materials, and lettering. The introduction of the AP1 and the AP2 mark a bold step for Titleist: tungsten sole weights, flashier graphics, and elastomer cushions are all new to their irons. I’ve played Titleist irons for quite a long time, always going with the muscleback variations or, on occasion, blended sets. Copyright reserved by easygolforder. com

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Latest titleist golf balls Auctions

Posted on November 20th, 2009 in Titleist Golf Balls by admin  Tagged , , , ,

check out these auctions:

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Titleist golf balls – Pro v1x

Posted on November 18th, 2009 in Titleist Golf Balls by admin  Tagged , ,


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