Titleist Pro V1 Mint Refinished Official Golf Balls,12-Pack

The new Titleist Pro V1® golf ball is designed for serious golfers of all levels that demand Tour-validated technology and performance. Featuring an improved, higher coverage 392 dimple design, along with a new staggered wave parting line and exclusive A.I.M. (Alignment Integrated Marking)™ sidestamp, the new Pro V1 golf ball provides long, consistent distance with the driver and long irons, while maintaining soft feel and high performance into and around the green with Drop-And-Stop™ control.The Titleist Pro V1 utilizes a three-piece multi-layer construction to maximize distance, durability and performance. This set of 12 balls has been refinished to mint condition so that they play like new balls. The Pro V1 golf ball is the best choice for most amateur golfers as it provides exceptional distance and short game scoring performance.

Higher coverage 392 dimple design. Features: Newly reformulated and larger core provides soft feel while contributing to longer distance. Redesigned thinner, lonomeric casing layer for improved Drop-and-Stop scoring performance. High-performance urethane elastomer cover formulation offers improved durability. New, higher coverage, Tour-proven 392 dimple design contributes to longer distance from enhanced aerodynamics. Staggered wave parting line provides longer distance from an enhance ball flight. Alignment Integrated Marking (A.I.M.) sidestamp is an integrated guide for improved putting alignment.

Staggered wave parting line.

  1. Justin Morabito August 20, 2015 at 4:49 pm

    Re-Painted non-Titleist golf balls When I received these balls, I noticed that they looks awfully white, and then I noticed that some of the logos were smudged. I teed one up and let it fly. It sounded like hitting a range ball, not the sound of a soft shell ProV1. I get up to the ball, and the paint that was cover the ball had partially peeled off. I started looking at them more closely, and realized that they were all repainted white (which hampers the flight of the ball), and the logos and number has been painted or…

  2. Amazon Customer "wkb182" August 20, 2015 at 4:52 pm

    Definitely not ‘mint’ Ugh. You can sure tell these are NOT mint condition. If the sloppy repainting of ‘Titleist’ reminiscent of a beginning elementary school cursive class doesn’t clue you in, a quick inspection of the finish itself will let you see drips and bubbles that are not present in new Pro V1 packs. One ball even had a silver metallic thread dangling from the finish, it was halfway baked into the finish and the rest left hanging out in the breeze. I would not purchase these again, I had more luck with…

  3. Gregory E. Kohl August 20, 2015 at 5:17 pm

    not pleased they do not look like a new ball. they look like some knockoff you might but in Mexico. I will never buy a refinished ball again.

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