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My friend gave me an AVX on a par 3 , first time hitting it. 165 with a 7 iron , hit a few feet in front of the pin and rolled in www.titleist.com/.../w9gyarzisekkcziklgks
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Tuesday May 21st , 2024 Hole in one using Titleist AVX golf ball-139 yards into the wind on Hole #12 Mesa Linda in Costa Mesa, California. Witnessed by my brother Greg Valentine DC, friends Randy Budihas & Dennis Rustad www.titleist.com/.../wyzmhvbiujiw8o5kqzcp www.titleist.com/.../oqyg33vrpuu8juqv3gee
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Hole-in-one 06/11/2024, 9th hole, 183 yards. Oak Hills Country Club, Omaha, NE 68137. Titleist 7 wood; Titleist AVX ball.
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185 Yds, 5 Iron. Struck ball perfectly into a depressed green so I couldn’t actually see it go in. I searched everywhere around the green except in the hole and my wife finally walked up to the hole and asked “hey did you hit an AVX?” I told her to “go grab your phone right now!” www.titleist.com/.../ok59zglcknqy31iypdw9
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I was playing in a practice round before the playoffs for high school and I was on the 12th hole. I pulled a titleist avx out of my bag and my gap wedge. The hole was only 100 yards and I hit the ball saying be the number. It bounced once and then went in the hole. We went crazy and it’s all because of the titleist ball that I used. www.titleist.com/.../sfzzzrutcxxkxq0ggvow
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First ever hole in one while participating in the Patron, Sponsor Scramble for the 61st Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches Villa Classic 2024. Titleist AVX in the hole on hole #7 par 3 at the Bartow Golf Course. The annual Florida Sheriffs Youth Villa Classic Golf Tournament began in 1963 as the Armour Invitational, became the U.S. Agri-Chemical Championship, and then evolved into the Youth Villa Classic in 1972. This great Memorial Day Weekend Classic proved to be a kick-start for several of its champions, including professionals Andy Bean, Bob Murphy, U.S. Amateur Champion Fred Ridley, and is considered one of the finest amateur tournaments in the state. www.titleist.com/.../icxlmnqxnr6hvegm5aqg www.titleist.com/.../l0wt5uzpmolumwmntn3s www.titleist.com/.../qcmtshxp88jdipixwprs www.titleist.com/.../qwelzqmloezxll85bmb7 www.titleist.com/.../gqqzn7lnnwp8spvqh3ev
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This was a Hole in One on a PAR 4 ...all caught on video... an Albatross, Double Eagle, an 1 in 6 million chance shot on a Par 4... it was absolutely unbelievable... one of my witnesses was retired MLB World champion winner - Carl Everett. I absolutely Love, love, love how the Titleist AVX reacts to my swing. I also love my Scotty Cameron Mallet putter... please feel free to send me some balls and shoot even a newer version of my putter if you'd like, the phantom looks great...and I could be a tester too... my putter is kind of old but she's true to the game...Thank you for everything and being a part of this unbelievable memory made!!!! Course: Rogers Park Hole: 17 Yards: 262 yards Par: 4 Club used: TM Stealth Driver Fun Fact: I have now 2 HIO's, both swings caught on video!!!! Tricia Clark IG: mzclarksgolflife 813-526-1671 www.titleist.com/.../bhi2mlaxx5yaq7ovzvw0
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Hi, I’m Drew. I’m 11 years old and today, I hit my first hole in one! I was playing Misty Creek in a US Kids local tour event in Sarasota and using my yellow Titleist AVX. It was the 4th hole and I had 107 yards into the wind and used an 8 iron. The ball landed in the middle of the green and rolled to the right where the pin was and the ball disappeared. We all went nuts when we saw it go in and I bought the kids in my group a Gatorade as is customary to buy drinks for the group. Here’s a picture after the shot. www.titleist.com/.../e3devi9vno8gcb594nks
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On May 22, 2024, playing my regular weekly round at the 9 hole Bixby Village Golf Course, I was having the round of my life, having started with birdies on 1 and 3, parred 2, 4 and just missed a birdie on the 162 yard 5th hole. I walked up the the 107 yard 6th hole, pulled out my pitching wedge and hit a soft shot that started left of the hole, landed pin high and took a soft right and rolled right into the hole. My playing partner DeSean started screaming that it went into the hole but I had been fooled before and it didn't hit me until I walked up to the pin and looked down. I had holed my tee shot for my first hole in one. I"ve been playing for over 30 years and had only come close to an ace, maybe 2-3 times, This was one of the best feelings that I have ever had in golf. Thank you Titleist for the amazing T100s irons and my favorite ball ever, the AVX. Now I hope it's not another 30 years before my next ace... Thanks Titleist! www.titleist.com/.../iccudakjoxofy2qprcvk
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205yd tucked pin behind a short sided bunker, into the wind. So I pull my 4 hybrid and my prov1 (wish it was an AVX). I catch it good! I think too good but my partner is saying, “No, that’s good!” I drive around the back of the green looking for my ball that I thought I hit too long. Nothing. My partner says, look in the hole. www.titleist.com/.../x10x6487dgjytydljbty www.titleist.com/.../ougzjvsxowonwvqs3pdh
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The 8 iron swing felt amazingly smooth as I contacted my Titleist AVX with the ball flight going high with a slight draw. We see the ball land and roll ever so slowly toward the pin which was 162 yards away and stops maybe a foot away from the hole, but but as my group got closer to the green, to my and everyone's shock, the ball was just stuck between the hole and the flag! HOLE IN ONE! www.titleist.com/.../tw4xmfxxpwooftplpgpc www.titleist.com/.../kogmrpr1xyifb7bul9or
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What is happening? On April 24, 2024, I recorded an Ace on Saddlebrooke (AZ) #6 - my 5th. Yesterday, May 20, I had my 6th - this time at #6 on our Catalina nine. Both with an AVX and with my TSi2 6H. My buddies are suggesting it’s a good time for a few lottery tickets or a trip to Vegas… www.titleist.com/.../r44vregjcwqpt95ukxuv
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I was playin a second day on Sunday of a betterball competition arrived at the 18th tee 176 yards into a breeze so switched from a 6iron to a 5iron ! It never left the flag landed 7ft short of flag bounce once more and hit the flag and dropped I only use AVX every game so happy to finally be in the club www.titleist.com/.../rmil9plvvuzp5nr8xgmh www.titleist.com/.../cowr8mq68xrl1ugjcgyv www.titleist.com/.../g2ys8gtp3dzwgpluw7ki
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I was playing in a club major competition at my home club - the London Scottish Golf Club on Wimbledon Common. I hit a lovely 6 iron on the 12th hole (228 yards to a yellow pin). The ball landed softly in the middle of the green, took a couple of small bounces and trickled towards the hole and disappeared. Myself and my playing partners walked to the green, not seeing my ball I took my sand wedge with me in case my ball was off the back, but it wasn’t. So I made the nervous walk towards the hole with the usual hope, and this time… there it was!! The Titleist logo staring up at me. A very surreal moment. My playing partners first words - “That’s an expensive shot!” But I didn’t care. It was worth it. I waited 26 years for that ace, my best day on a golf course. And I won the major on countback! Playing Titleist AVX no. 2.
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The day before the scheduled tournament I, Robert Hutchison, went to Dunham’s Sports in Moundsville, WV to purchase a dozen balls for the game the next day. Taking the weather into consideration I wanted to purchase the correct ball for the conditions. I would normally pick up a dozen Pro-V 1x’s and be on my way, but I read the back of the box about the ball flight, trajectory and spin. I compared Pro-V, Pro-V1x and AVX balls for my needs. I selected the AVX ball because I wanted to keep the ball out of the wind and wanted more release once it hit the ground. A Senior series event was on May 10th at a West Virginia Golf Association held tournament in Elizabeth, WV at Mingo Bottom Golf Club. I was unfamiliar with this course. Our group started on the 5th hole in wet conditions. As I assessed the 10th hole par 3 147 yards, it was downhill, across the lake with a green sloping towards me. I decided not to hit the shot too deep so I would not be putting treacherously downhill. I decided to hit a 7 iron to the lower part of the green and allow it to release up the hill. The ball landed on the front of the green and released up the hill directly at the flag stick. The ball bounced and rolled up the hill and fell into the cup. This was my first hole in one after 48 years of playing golf. It was interesting to me to see exactly what I envisioned in the store to determine what ball to buy to accomplish this thrilling moment in my life. Robert Hutchison 23 Cherokee Drive Moundsville, WV 26041 hutchswf@aol.com 561-714-3933 www.titleist.com/.../k2jhvptzkzwxrylgbtps
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had my first hole in one today may 12th 2024. I have only been playing less than a year although I get out several times a week. Hit an easy 9 iron about 135 it pitched two yards short and rolled in. Was playing a titleist AVX ball.
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I had my fitting appointment at the National Fitting Centre at Eagles Nest today. Ryan Goodridge did an outstanding job once again ! It is so great to be able to go to a place where you can trust the recommendations. After trying steel shafts for the first time ever, it just did not feel right. Hey - to each their own. I guess that is why there are so many different options:) After working through the different T Series Irons, we settled on a blended set. 6 through PW will be T150's, 5 will be T200, and my 4 will be T350 as a driving iron. Ryan even suggested we flatten the lie on my clubs which have been up from standard for many many years. I guess my shoulder issues and my age has changed my stance and swing enough to cause the change :) Order is placed ! Looking forward to getting them in my hands and out on the links !!!! Oh yes - it was also suggested I switch from my AVX to the ProV1 in order to help increase my spin rate and control the roll out on my shots. Talk about full service ! Thank you Ryan !!!! I also had the privilege of running into Mr. Henry Brunton while I was on the range. Titleist Fitting Centre and the Henry Brunton Golf Academy both in the same place ! What more can you ask for ?
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Was playing golf with my usual friend, John Radak at our home club of Coosaw Creek Country Club in North Charleston, SC last Friday afternoon. Got to the Par 3 15th hole. Teed up my Titleist AVX #4 and hit a rare (for me!) perfect shot with my 8 iron. Ball was tracking great and I watched it land in the hole on the fly! Was so shocked I asked John if he saw it bounce. He said no and thought it landed in the hole! Got to the green and there it was, in the cup! This was my 2nd one, 33 years after my last. Incredibly lucky and fortunate. www.titleist.com/.../m98vqw5qrme0fkundwen
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Currently i am using the Pro V1x Left Dash. The main reason is the Spin characteristics. Now i am wondering how does the performance compare to the new AVX. Surely i would prefer a softer feel that what the Pro V1x Left Dash offers. I am swinging my 7 Iron at 97mph, would there be another - better option for me available? Thanks,
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Had my 3rd hole in one on the 18th hole at Willingdon , mumbai on 13 April 2024. A smooth 48 degree wedge on a 125 yard hole. So exciting www.titleist.com/.../jfhdfrwmacgwcvqheyry www.titleist.com/.../qxdxwmljsevtoukbic0p
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I had my 2nd Hole-in-One 32 years, 5 months after my last one! My first on happened while I was home on leave while in the US Air Force playing with my Dad’s normal foursome at Willow Springs Country Club, Wilson, NC, in October, 1991. Today was playing at my home course, Coosaw Creek Country Club, North Charleston, SC with my normal playing partner John Radak. Got to hole 15, Par 3, 145 yards according to my rangefinder. Took an 8 iron and hit my Titleist AVX and hit a perfect shot! Landed on the fly in the hole for my 2nd Hole-in-One! Unbelievable! What a day! www.titleist.com/.../gqsdxxmkywpslediovxt
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I got out for my season opener today ! Played a course I have not been to in many many years. I forgot how hilly it was. It seemed that there wasn't a level fairway anywhere. One was either walking up a hill or down a hill :) Will certainly feel it tomorrow. Highlights : Hit 10 greens in reg; had five 1 putts to counter five 3 putts :) Obviously there is a lot of rust in the game, but it was so great to finally be out on the links once again ! I hope everyone has had a chance to get out and start their season. If not already, then soon :) My Yellow AVX treated me well today !
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I started playing golf when I was 11 or 12 years old. Had a great time playing high school golf and some other competitions in the Chicagoland area. I had the opportunity to play a few tournaments while in college at Creighton University. I have always played Titleist balls! I am passionate about the game, but have never had a hole in one until April 19th at Trophy Club (Whitworth Course) in the Dallas area. On a cool, breezy morning we came to the 3rd hole, playing 137 yards with a little wind into us and off the right. The pin was left in a spot you don't go at. I hit a little knock down 8 iron with a touch of draw that started just a little left of my intended line. My Titleist AVX hit about 6-8 feet right of the pin, took one hop, checked and then rolled in the last few inches. It only took me (almost) 50 years, but well worth the wait! Thanks, Titleist!! Daniel J. Goodman, PhD (Dallas, TX) www.titleist.com/.../gifrx88dtd11pu0xnlhi www.titleist.com/.../wpxx8fi6slxrm0qmhfvp
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Had a great hole in one on March 20th from 179 yrds out with my ProV1 ball. This was just one year after my first hole in one with an AVX. Today I received my 3rd hole in one with a ProV1x. It was the start of our shotgun start and my very first swing of the day! Amazing experience! www.titleist.com/.../dici93k3axg3v95l8vk7 www.titleist.com/.../ogtx6npjg5vfu9wwp6lk www.titleist.com/.../ejc9nhdfw3bgwfhaqdgd
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My course (Cuscowilla) is about 70 miles from Augusta. Was playing on Friday afternoon of Masters week when the wind was blowing about 30-35 at Augusta and same at my course. Windiest day I’ve ever played in except for in Ireland once or twice. Everyone’s scores were terrible. Some made a 1 with a 6 iron into the wind on our difficult 16th hole. My yellow AVX sure did look good going into the cup! www.titleist.com/.../l8ws05uawilfytip1yul
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I ordered AVX “Buy 3 Get 1 dozen Free” golf balls on March 20th. It’s been 3 weeks and no communication, no balls. I called the PGA Tour Superstore and they told me late April due to heavy demand and Titleist is backed up. Really? 5-6 weeks for golf balls?
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Par 3 number 8 at lincolton country club. Front right pin, 173 yards. Hit a knockdown 7 iron hit the front of the green rolled right in! www.titleist.com/.../px7klugntg4fatvgz9kw
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I’m An 11 handicap player I currently play 2021 T200 irons so went for a fitting for the new T200 irons was told I’m putting to much spin on the golf ball the fitter suggested changing from pro v1 to Avx is there much off a difference any thoughts welcome.
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I have been playing golf consistently now for 6 years or so and am grateful to say that is all it took to achieve the lifelong dream of scoring a Hole in One. It came on December 16th, 2023 on a course called Old South Golf Links in Bluffton, South Carolina. It was on hole #17 out there which was playing from 155 yards that day. With a stiff breeze into the face I clubbed up to an 8 iron. I wasn't playing particularly well this day but on this swing everything felt perfect. That Titleist AVX came off the clubface low but it began to rise as it got hit by the wind, but one thing was for certain it never left the pin. It landed about 3 paces short hopped what appeared to be one time and rolled in. I went pretty crazy, running and jumping around the teebox, throwing my hat as far as it would go. Leaving my club and hat on the ground I hopped in the cart with my witness (my then fiance now wife) to make our way to the green. After a quick photoshoot on the green, heading back to the tee for my belongings, It was time to tuck that ball away, write down a 1 and head to #18. Being the last tee time of the day I was spared any damage that could have taken place at the bar. It wasn't until the next day I got to go back up there and inform them on the news. They were generous enough to gift me a shot glass with the course logo and my name up on the wall of fame. Here's some of those photos from that moment in which I'll forever remember. www.titleist.com/.../zhfc1im9zu7azg6ryvne www.titleist.com/.../ybos6emqbgqjqfyfip00 www.titleist.com/.../sojv0xprz8llhua3yalp www.titleist.com/.../lrntsjnpokgt1jrlex4t
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any 50+ guys see distance increase with AVX v Pro V1? I am going to buy a sleeve and test - but wanted some feedback b4 - average drive is 250ish
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I’m an avid golfer who plays 100 plus rounds of golf a year. I am always trying out new balls. 2 years ago I discovered the amazing performance of the AVX. As someone who has has a high ball flight, the AVX certainly brings down the flight adding to driver distance. Spin approach to the green, is like a lawn dart . One of my favorite parts is the amazing soft feel off of my Scotty Cameron. It amazes me how few people actually play this ball. Thank you Titleist for allowing the AVX to be part of the buy 3 and get one free deal. Can’t wait for them to come in. Who else has joined team AVX? www.titleist.com/.../fuhn4tm10ecgcnmgtqz8
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First ever hole in one on the iconic par 3 16th at Wallasey Golf Club. 208 yards, TSi3 hybrid from the white tees. First ever round trying the AVX instead of ProV1 too! Still buzzing now www.titleist.com/.../jbhsrutqzthvaxwb2ygt www.titleist.com/.../uma9ekhxzzr897z3rzhr www.titleist.com/.../qlrkuk10hypt1lqdrlyf
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Cold, Wet and Windy on St. Patrick's Day. 165 yard, 7 iron. Perfectly struck Yellow AVX. One hop with some backspin right into the cup! Playing golf for 39 years and it's my first ever Hole In One! Best part was that three of my best friends were in the foursome! What a day for this Irishman! www.titleist.com/.../j9ab476mhvbn2tq3sxke
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Yay - I normally jump on the Titleist Loyalty Program - Buy 3 Dozen Get 4 ! Time to take stock of my supplies to ensure I am ready for the 2024 season. I go for the AVX Yellow. What's your ball of choice ??? www.titleist.com/.../vzor1gxvcrvhuivnprdk
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I was playing in my mens league on my birthday (June 20, 2022) and we came up to Hole 8 which was a par 3. It said 153 yards out so I pulled out my Pitching wedge (Titleist T-100). I was using a AVX yellow ball. I hit first and lost it in the sun, but others saw it bounce close to the hole. As we approached the hole, I still couldn’t find my ball and also helping my partner find his ball in the rough. I finally walked up and saw it there and immediately grabbed it out of the cup. It was a really special day. www.titleist.com/.../lsatbepn82iceefsw7gw
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I made a hole and one on 3/12/24 at Platteview Golf Club. Hole # 17 144 yards using titleist AP1 8 iron and titleist 4 AVX. www.titleist.com/.../mladymf7edgodmhwqk0g
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The course was tough for most of the players on Sunday and Scotty Scheffler took advantage of that cruising to a 5 shot victory. While most were going backwards, Scheffler kept grinding ahead with more and more birdies. Nice to see he has three Vokey wedges in his bag and I am sure it is no surprise to most that he plays a ProV1. Players using Titleist Balls have reached the winners trophy presentation on numerous occasions already this season ! Personally - I am waiting for one of them to put the yellow AVX in play :) I wonder what the over/under on the Players is next week ?
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I am a member of the Rustic Canyon Men's Club as well as their Thursday Men's Club Team Play. We had a Team Play practice round Thursday, March 7th at our home course Rustic Canyon. It is a great links course in SoCal designed by Gil Hanse. The 8th hole is an iconic short par 3. Using a 7 iron into a stiff onshore SoCal breeze I flushed a 7 iron that never left the flag. Flying 15 feet directly over the flagstick the ball bit on the backstop and slowly rolled down and into the cup for my 5th career hole in one, much to the chagrin of my opponent. It is my 4th career hole in one on this hole. I used a Titleist AVX. I love the product. Thanks Titleist. www.titleist.com/.../yri0yqfkqabsitxh2ksg
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Got my 1st hole-in-one after many years (37 years) trying! The 2nd hole at Bent Oak Golf Club, 144 yards. I was playing by myself but it was witnessed by another group teeing off on hole 5. www.titleist.com/.../picwnfwgxncrcvhycwnf www.titleist.com/.../iqgbyvillquk3dsbpco1 www.titleist.com/.../pteyyp43l5rlaeqi6hww
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February 25, 2024, hole in one from 192 yards. Used a 3 hybrid and a Titleist AVX. Tri Cities GC, Blountville TN. Hole 2 on the Woods side.
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My Number 8 hole in one at Trophy Club….number 17th hole on the Hogan course( Ben Hogan never had a hole in one) titleist 7 iron,titleist AVX,173 yards….! www.titleist.com/.../giwuz6eohdj6eka24nsx www.titleist.com/.../ptft7ot0fxmwrgi832hm www.titleist.com/.../ujcydfbztjmruzfyxp2w
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I live in Myrtle Beach. I was playing Arcadian Shores Golf club. Hole number 2 is a par 3 over water and is all carry. We were debating the length, for it was cold and windy. The hole was 145 and I decided to take my 165 club. It is a 9 wood. When I hit it I said man that felt pure. It was really high and we all stood there. It was right at it, but was the distance right? It hit the green by the pin and all of the sudden the ball was gone. I yelled did that go in???? They all said yes. After a lot of high 5s and yelling we drove up and it was indeed in the hole. 1 bounce and in. 100 dollars in drinks later I was delerious with joy. I used the only ball I play with. The Titleist AVX. www.titleist.com/.../omj9iaqedqxe6yq1xifr www.titleist.com/.../zkrkplbn6exxxm3szpy0 www.titleist.com/.../yybbdyv8hjbi1hunhhmi www.titleist.com/.../ii0fvpqdxrhljr61dn33
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Decided to try the new AVX golf ball. Is there something in this ball that seeks out the hole? LOL... 1st round, #2 at Falcon Dunes at Luke AFB in Glendale AZ. 6 iron to 178 yard par 3 and perfect to the hole. I started the round with a birdie 3, then the Ace. 2 holes, 3 under. OK...I like this ball. www.titleist.com/.../bmhbt4crhtijenp2xeec
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Hello all, New member here so please excuse me if this has been asked recently, although I have searched and could not find a related thread. I have recently returned to golfing on a regular basis. While i was away attending school (Broke student life style) i played 1-3 times a year. Before that, while still in high school i would play 40+ rounds a year with a Hcp that floated around 10. I have played the ProV1 since I could swing the club with sufficient speed. During my absence from the game, Titleist launched the AVX. In this time my Hcp has climbed to roughly an 18-20 (Hard to get an accurate gauge on 1-3rds a year) but my swing speed has increased. I swing roughly 105Mph comfortably now and consistently hit a high fade. I'm curious about everyone's experience with the AVX in comparison to the ProV1 that I typically play. I'm looking for a ball that would provide lower long range spin and a low launch angle as I naturally hit a high ball. Should I stick to the ProV1 or change things up? Thoughts, Opinions and personal experiences welcome. Swing easy, Carter.
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What swing speed is need to compress the AVX golf ball?
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Expecting all the non-tour level balls to be upgraded at the same time, Tour Speed and Velocity were absent in the product announcements. Tour Speed is no longer listed under Balls on the web page. Velocity apparently is still available but not updated. Repeatedly, Titleist has said they only do releases of improved versions, not just to time new releases. I’ve been curious about keeping both AVX and Tour Speed. I didn’t find much difference. Guess the market didn’t, either.
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Recently had a golf ball consult with Max from Titleist and fully recommend to all players who might be questioning if they are playing with the proper ball. Golf ball consuktnus free and highly recommended. After 25 minutes, realized that AVX was wrong ball fir my swing and ball flight. Changing to ProV-1 and can't wait to test out the new balls. Fittings are free and you get 2 samples of balls to test out!!! Thanks Titleist!!!!!!
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youtu.be/lLo-6lPvCT8 Incase you missed it, check out our friends Mike and Frank from Golficity as they test the NEW 2024 AVX on the course and hear directly from Brian Anderson, Manager of Titleist Golf Ball Fitting, how trusting the golf ball you play can improve your game. 2024 AVX is now available in golf shops worldwide and on Titleist.com. Learn more here: https://www.titleist.com/product/avx/004AVXT.html
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On October 20, 2023 I made a Hole-in-One on #7 at the Comanche Lakes Course in Glen Rose, TX. I used a 54 degree wedge, distance 112 yards. Randy and Robert, my playing partners, and I saw it hit about a foot and a half past the pin and then spun back in to the hole. I used a Titleist AVX ball and have been using it now for over 6 months and love it. I used to use the ProV1. There are two 18-hole courses in Glen Rose and both are exceptional. www.titleist.com/.../qiwuwralyv98kagiekmr
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Wednesday January 10, 2024 while playing a round at the Frisco Lakes Golf Club our foursome approached the Par 3 island green 8th tee. We measured the distance at 114 yards and discussed how much to club up into the 20+ mph head wind and a temperature of 50 degrees. I decided to try a ¾ swing knock down shot with my T200 6 iron hitting a Titleist AVX ball. (Thats an over hyped description as I am not that proficient a golfer - I am more of a hit the ball and get it over the water onto the green). A smooth swing and the ball left the club on line and bounced 2 times and rolled into the hole... A lucky shot considering the conditions but I will accept it as my first Hole-In-One. Playing partners, Mike Briley, Bob Heine and Bill Urich all want to assume some level of credit for the accomplishment. www.titleist.com/.../qystpp2uek6it902wevr www.titleist.com/.../aaljwfchsouf6ui2ssvw
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Get ready for an exciting year! With lots of new equipment on the horizon, Team Titleist is already buzzing on worldwide tours about what’s in store for 2024. And as new equipment is announced, we want to hear your initial reactions as well as what you’re most looking forward this year. What part — or parts —of your bag are you looking to upgrade, and if you plan on getting fit, where do you plan on doing so? Let us know below! New for 2024 (so far): AVX - A vailable now in golf shops worldwide Tour Soft - A vailable now in golf shops worldwide TruFeel - A vailable now in golf shops worldwide Vokey Design SM10 - Available for fittings beginning Feb. 15 and in golf shops worldwide March 8 Scotty Cameron Phantom - A vailable worldwide beginning March 29, 2024, with the Phantom 11, 11.5 and new Phantom 11 Long joining the line on May 17, 2024 www.youtube.com/watch www.youtube.com/watch www.instagram.com/.../ www.instagram.com/.../ www.instagram.com/.../ www.instagram.com/.../ www.instagram.com/.../ www.instagram.com/.../ www.instagram.com/.../ www.instagram.com/.../ www.instagram.com/.../
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https://youtu.be/lN4OvMfJ_14 If you're looking for a low-flying, low-spinning golf ball with very soft feel and excellent greenside control, the new Titleist AVX might be the ball for you. Watch this video and get the scoop on what you need to know about the new AVX. Get more details here: https://www.titleist.com/product/avx/004AVXT.html Subscribe to the Titleist YouTube Channel here .
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Reengineered from Core to Cover for Longer Distance, More Greenside Control, Softer Feel The new Titleist AVX golf ball has been reengineered from core to cover to increase performance on every shot, delivering longer distance tee to green, more greenside spin and control and even softer feel . Available in golf shops from February 3, the new AVX builds upon its unique combination of exceptional distance and extraordinary feel through advancements to every layer of the golf ball: New high gradient, high speed core delivers longer tee-to-green distance and exceptionally soft feel. New thin, high-flex casing layer provides lower spin on long game shots. New 346 quadrilateral dipyramid catenary dimple design allows for a more piercing ball flight. New softer urethane cover delivers softer feel and more greenside spin for excellent short game control. Relative to Pro V1, Pro V1x and Pro V1x Left Dash, the new AVX maintains its positioning as the lower flying, lower spinning and softer feeling performance option. “When we ask golfers why they play AVX, the answer is usually distance and feel,” said Jeremy Stone , Vice President, Titleist Golf Ball Marketing. “When we ask them what they want more of, the answer is usually greenside spin. New AVX is unique because not only were we able to give golfers more spin and control around the greens, but we were also able to improve on AVX’s strengths. Golfers are going to find the new AVX is a better golf ball across all performance attributes while still staying true to its original long and soft identity in the Titleist lineup.” AVX PERFORMANCE & TECHNOLOGY www.youtube.com/watch HIGH GRADIENT, HIGH SPEED CORE: The next generation AVX features a new high gradient, high speed core which provides longer distance from tee to green along with exceptionally soft feel. This is the same high gradient core technology found in Pro V1 and Pro V1x, which helps reduce long game spin without sacrificing greenside spin and control. “When we talk about the gradient of the core, we're talking about stiffness as it radiates from the center of the core to the outermost layers of that core,” said Mike Madson , Vice President, Titleist Golf Ball R&D. “With AVX’s core reformulated for a higher gradient, we’re able to give golfers more of that low spin and long distance with their long irons and hybrids, which is hugely important to the AVX player.” HIGH-FLEX CASING LAYER, SOFTER URETHANE COVER: Over the top of AVX’s high gradient core, a new thin, high-flex casing layer reduces excess spin in the long game, while a new softer urethane cover designed for AVX delivers increased spin and stopping power with the scoring clubs. Interactions between the core, casing layer and cover give Titleist engineers the ability to manage spin numbers optimally throughout the bag. “With three-piece construction golf balls, one of the real benefits is the hard-over-soft and soft-over-hard relationships which allow us to control spin in various aspects of the game,” Madson said. “For example, when there is a very high-speed impact condition, the cover is going to play less of a role during that collision. Most of what is interacting with the club face is that stiff casing layer and that soft core, which is a hard-over-soft relationship. When you have hard-over-soft, it drives spin down. Conversely, on shots around the green, the impact with a wedge is a lower speed collision or more of a glancing blow where the interaction is primarily between the cover and the casing layer. When you have that soft cover over that stiff casing layer, that soft-over-hard relationship drives spin up. This helps give AVX golfers the distance they enjoy at the top end of their bags as well as the greenside spin they seek with their wedges.” OPTIMISED AERODYNAMICS: Every Titleist golf ball model has a unique aerodynamics package designed to complement its individual construction and flight window while optimizing distance. A new 346 quad dipyramid catenary dimple design provides the new AVX with a piercing trajectory and helps golfers hit their preferred low flight window. This also helps maintain AVX’s separation between Pro V1 as the lowest-flying urethane offering in the Titleist golf ball family. AVAILABILITY New AVX golf balls will be offered in both white and high optic yellow. They will be available in golf shops worldwide on January 24, 2024 for $49.99 GOLF BALL FITTING AND EDUCATION Pro V1 , Pro V1x , Pro V1x Left Dash and AVX are differentiated based upon flight, spin, and feel characteristics. Compared to Pro V1, AVX flies lower, spins less, and feels softer. Golfers are encouraged to get fit for and select the Titleist golf ball model that best suits their flight, spin and feel needs. To learn more, visit titleist.com/fitting/golf-ball-fitting ... #TeamTitleist
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The next generation of AVX golf balls hits golf shops worldwide on January 24th! Through our extensive consumer testing panels, thousands of golfers have already tested the 2024 version of AVX —which has been reengineered from core to cover. Check out the reviews below to see what golfers like you have to say about the all-new AVX golf ball. For the benefit of the community, we will keep this thread specific to 2024 AVX reviews. Want to join the Titleist Golf Ball Testing Team for a chance to participate in future testing opportunities? Register here: www.titleist.com/golf-ball-testing www.titleist.com/.../mzrfteett3anb0c2ytdr
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Stopped in the PGA Superstore today and noticed AVX golf balls are now priced at $45. I went over to Dick’s and they didn’t have any on the shelves at all. Hopefully we get the new AVX soon!
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On October 20, 2023 I made a Hole-in-One on #7 at the Comanche Lakes Course in Glen Rose, TX. I used a 54 degree wedge, distance 112 yards. Randy and Robert, my playing partners, and I saw it hit about a foot and a half past the pin and then spun back in to the hole. I used a Titleist AVX ball and have been using it now for over 6 months and love it. I used to use the ProV1. There are two 18-hole courses in Glen Rose and both are exceptional. www.titleist.com/.../acal0kwutwu5xp1ck0v7
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I was playing my 300th round for 2023 on December 31st with Dan & Kate Hutchinson. We got to the 2nd hole which was playing 117 yards. I hit a Titleist AVX ball with my Vokey 52-degree wedge that bounced once and dropped into the cup. www.titleist.com/.../t0dysmw4o121f4n5r5mf
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12/23/2023 at Chastain Park golf course (North Fulton golf course) in Atlanta GA, #5 Par 3 blue tee 156 yards. I started out pretty good with 2 par and 2 bogies. At hole #5, I hit a good shot with 8iron dead straight to the flag. I was sure the ball should be very close to the hole. When I got to the green, I couldnt see my ball. My friend and I were both looking for my ball. Finally, he found a ball in the hole. He asked my what I hit. I said Titleist AVX with my name on it. He congratulated me while shakingly handed me my ball! I felt amazing and asked him to put his initial on the ball as witness. Other players also congratulated me. It was awesome ! www.titleist.com/.../xsuq8zdrnadd3hgcolwk www.titleist.com/.../pxhlujmwqcty6zh9kswd www.titleist.com/.../i3b45uqgocjzd1os5k53
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I used a six iron and a Titleist AVX to get my first Hole In One today. I was on hole #4 at Westborough Country Club in St Louis MO which played 144 yards into the wind. I always play the AVX. www.titleist.com/.../p4qnudns0hbefyex6fry www.titleist.com/.../chlsgebrj6k1y7cgujao
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youtu.be/tkzoEGGtWDI&index=2 Hey, Team Titleist! Winter is just around the corner, but don't put your sticks away just yet! We wanted to get some advice on keeping your golf games sharp this offseason so we recently spent a day with Rico Riciputi, A PGA Professional and Titleist staff member who owns and operates Coach Club , a state-of-the-art indoor golf performance center in North Hampton, New Hampshire. In the video above, Rico talks about the benefits of working on your game indoors and he highlights three important areas of focus to keep you on-track as you look ahead to next season. Here are Rico's three keys for offseason training along with some practical ways to implement each into your practice regimen this winter. 1. Develop a Fundamentally Sound Swing Striking the ball consistently, where you want it to go, requires a reliable, repeatable golf swing. To build a more efficient swing, Rico suggests starting at the moment of truth, Impact , and examining three critical variables that launch monitors like TrackMan capture on every indoor shot – angle of attack, swing path and clubface angle. Angle of attack is the vertical direction of the club head as it moves through impact with the golf ball. On iron shots, angle of attack must be negative (descending through impact) in order to contact the ball with the sweet spot of the clubface. Rico told us that for a 7-iron, attack angle should fall between -2.5° and -4.5°. Many golfers struggle with this and mistakenly scoop upward in an attempt to get the ball airborne. This makes ball-first-then-turf contact very difficult, resulting in inconsistency. "When you're hitting balls off the ground, it's very, very important to strike the ball first, ground after," Rico said. "It's not only going to help with distance, but it's also going to help put proper spin on the golf ball. When you are not hitting down on the ball enough, you can really struggle when the lie is less than perfect. So, if the ball is sitting down in the fairway or it's sitting down in the rough, you'll have a hard time hitting the ball solid and in the air." With the driver, a positive angle of attack is usually beneficial, launching the ball higher off the tee and imparting less spin on the ball. This is the modern recipe for greater distance. Driver specs play a big role in this equation, of course, but many golfers hit down on tee shots, robbing themselves of easy distance by launching it too low and spinning the ball too aggressively to realize their full distance potential, given their swing speed with the driver. Swing Path and Face Angle - On a center-face strike, when the clubface is perfectly square (perpendicular) to the swing path, the ball will fly straight. When the clubface is oriented slightly to the left or right of the swing path, the result is a slight draw or fade. As this gap between path and face widens, the curve of the ball increases, producing bigger hooks and slices. When you work indoors with a launch monitor and start understanding this relationship, you can then make adjustments to alter the ball flight. Being able to control your face/path conditions is how to gain control over the direction and curve on all your shots. Everyone will have some variation in path from swing to swing. A positive number indicates an in-to-out path, meaning a right-handed golfer is swinging to the right of the target line. This path tends to promote a draw. "The majority of golfers that we see produce negative path numbers" Rico said. “This means that they are swinging over the top or out-to-in. For 80% of golfers, I'd recommend trying to swing a little bit more in-to-out. It's not only going to help the direction of your shots, but it's also going to help with more consistent contact." Whether you prefer a draw or fade shot shape, Rico added that a great goal is to keep your swing path within a three-degree range. Outside that range, your shot consistency will suffer greatly. 2. Implement Variable Training There are two types of practice in golf – block and variable (or random practice). In block practice, the club, the lie and the target remain constant. Shots are repeatedly hit in the same way to ingrain a new motor pattern, position, feel or to develop a new shot or technical skill. Block practice is highly effective in making a swing change, but too many golfers rely on it exclusively. As Rico told us, in order for improvements to translate onto the golf course, you must devote at least equal time to variable training. In variable practice, each shot is hit with a different club, with varying force and intention, to different targets. Variable practice mirrors the shot-to-shot variety we face during a round of golf. Indoors, Rico recommends mixing shots up in a range setting (changing club selection, targets, shot height and curve with each shot) as well as playing frequent simulator rounds on different course layouts. Indoor centers like Coach Club also have many engaging tools like TrackMan Combine, an assessment that evaluates your shot-making skills and assigns you a handicap to track your progress. Indoor league competition, par-3 and short game tournaments are also important, as they introduce a degree or pressure to practice. The more you can make practice feel like the on-course experience, the faster your improvements will start showing up where it matters – in the outdoor rounds that you play. 3. Dial in Your Equipment Winter is the perfect time for equipment maintenance. Installing new grips and checking your lofts and lies are simple measures you can take to make sure your clubs are in good working order. But indoor technology allows you to do much more. Rico explained: "If you're not seeing what you want in your ball flight, number one, let's check your mechanics to make sure you're swinging the club properly. But number two, we need to also look at your golf clubs and make sure that they're performing correctly, that you may have the right shafts, that you're optimizing distance with your driver, that you have the right wedge setup and that you have proper distance gaps throughout the set." To get an accurate read on club performance, you need precise, measured shot data. With the introduction of Titleist RCT golf ball technology , launch monitors are now able to capture true, measured spin rate – essential in order to generate accurate depictions of full ball flight. Without RCT, radar-based launch monitors must frequently estimate spin rate, which results in approximations of trajectory, carry distance, curve, etc. With RCT, there's no guessing. Indoor shot data is every bit as accurate as shot data collected outdoors, which means you can trust that what you're seeing on the indoor simulator screen is what you'll experience on the course, too. RCT has made it possible to now conduct indoor golf ball fittings. Rico had hosted two Titleist ball fitting events at Coach Club and told us that the golf ball is the best place to start when evaluating your golf equipment. RCT Pro V1, Pro V1x, Pro V1x Left Dash and AVX offer distinct differences in flight, spin and feel that can be seen clearly and instantly with comparison visualizations generated by the launch monitor software. Playing the right golf ball model for your game enhances every other improvement you make. RCT has also accelerated the development of the Vokey Wedge Fitting App , allowing you to find the perfect wedge setup for your short game. What this all means is that, indoors, you are now able to fine-tune, and have confidence in, every piece of equipment in your bag. This is a great advantage heading into a new season. One additional note – Rico pointed out that winter is also a great time to work on the engine of your game, your body. "Here at Coach Club, we have a TPI Golf Professional that brings our players through the TPI physical assessment. That really helps us identify where a player may be limited. Maybe it's hip mobility, maybe it's lack of flexibility, maybe it's strength or posture issues. But once we identify those issues, we can tailor a program that's going to help their body and their golf swing." ••• Finally, for any offseason program, Rico was quick to note that it's important to work with a qualified instructor and to formulate clear goals and a gameplan for achieving them. Some things to keep in mind: Choose an instructor (online or in-person) that you trust and stick with that teacher's approach. Far too many golfers get sidetracked by trying the latest tip that pops up in their social feed or inbox. You have to be careful to only work on issues that are relevant to your game. Be honest in assessing your strengths and weaknesses. Spend most of your time on the parts of your game that are costing you strokes. You can't cut 10 strokes off your handicap overnight. Changing motor patterns takes a lot of time, so be patient with yourself. Be accountable. In golf, instruction will do you no good if you can't realistically put in the time your coach prescribes for training and practice. As Rico told us, "If you're going to go to the gym and you want to lose 10 pounds, you're not going in there for one week. You have to spend a decent amount of time in there, putting in the work, and putting in the reps." Track your results and progress. Regularly evaluate before/after video, launch data changes and skills performance tests like TrackMan Combine to make sure your efforts are paying off. Embrace the process. It's a long journey, so make it fun and make sure you enjoy the ride! Thanks for your help, Rico! We'd love to hear your ideas too. Join the conversation and let us know what you'll be doing to keep your golf game sharp this offseason.
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Received my samples in the mail. Can't wait to see how they compare to my current Pro V 1s.
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Got my first ever hole-in-one August 27, 2023 at Overland Golf Course in Big Timber, MT. It was hole 7 at 173 yards with a Titleist AVX!
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I got my first hole in one on the 7th of November, Madisonville golf course using an AVX www.titleist.com/.../piv6bwlnizzkfxp1jgja
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2 over after 4 holes but a frozen rope 5 iron on the par 3 5th at Penmar Golf Course got me all squared up. I love my T-200’s and go back and forth between AVX and ProVIX. All Titleist bag! www.titleist.com/.../bj2llmxlbqjfpohgwci1
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From 145 on the 7th at clifton park in Baltimore, my AVX slowly rolled toward the hole, then disappeared www.titleist.com/.../zcvyai1c4mbtmlu6cbg8
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Evening all.. Well it’s that time of year again we’re the nights are drawing in and the weather changes for the worse. Just wondering what everyone’s plans are for the winter? Are you putting the clubs away, do you plan on just practicing and keeping your swing in check, or continue to play full on though to the new season ? For my self I’m going to practice hard on the short game and try get in 2/3 hours a week in and around the greens and play a few rounds but mainly try and improve on the long game with the driver and try my best to keeping the ball on the fairway. I have been thinking of switching my Pro V to a AVX ball and see if there is any benefits playing it in the winter ? I’ve only played a few rounds with the AVX and have been impressed with the ball of the tee and hitting iron shots my biggest issue I found was the green side spin so we dabble with it and see how it pans out. I’ve just changed my wedges from SM8’S to SM9’s, as was fitted a few weeks back so need to get them dialled in. Look forward to hearing your winter goals or any plans you may have for the next few months. Happy winter golfing. ️‍♂️ ️
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October 28, 2023 hole 7 at TPC Rivers Bend in Cincinnati. Light rain, 139 yards into a 10 mph wind, 7 iron, Titleist AVX ball. Memory of a lifetime! www.titleist.com/.../oskxf1quorpbnaeeqi8l
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I usually play with Yellow AVX, but forgot them, so used one of my husband’s White AVX. Third hole of one of our home courses, playing 127, used my 6 iron. Two small bounces and right in the hole! Beautiful day here in Pinehurst, NC! www.titleist.com/.../qmgnjzhuipz0vblz8zra
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I scored my second hole in one on October 12th. This was on the par 3 6th hole at the Club at Cress Creek in Shepherdstown, WV. The hole was playing 166. I used a 7 iron and a Titleist AVX ball. www.titleist.com/.../qhmjawhkf3qty1b6af45
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Finally after 30 years of playing this game, I had my first hole in one this morning. I wasn't going to play today because the conditions aren't great. 15-20mph NNW winds and 50*, but I said screw it, it's the last weekend of the year and I will regret it if I don't get out one more time. First par 3 of the day, 8 iron from 138, wind into and a little hurting, yellow AVX headed right over the flag and I'm thinking not bad and should be tight. I knew it was close but wasn't 100% sure. As I started walking I couldn't see my ball and thought no way that is in. Well much to my surprise there it sat at the bottom of the cup. The ball landed about 6' beyond the hole and spun right back and in. What a day! www.titleist.com/.../hcsdbc6dvrynwnb8yeti www.titleist.com/.../tiywuybotgtqmld2w7pl
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While the weather might not allow for those epic summer range sessions after work, indoor golf is a great way to try to continue to improve your game. And Titleist Radar Capture Technology (RCT) can inspire your dedication to go farther this winter. Developed by Titleist Golf Ball R&D engineers, Titleist RCT golf balls are designed to enhance the data capture of your launch conditions in an indoor environment and deliver the most accurate information possible on every swing you take. RCT really shines when it comes to your spin numbers. Because indoor facilities usually require hitting into a net, most radar capture systems struggle to capture spin, if at all. RCT solves that problem altogether. HOW DOES RCT WORK? www.youtube.com/watch The internal radar reflective marker in our RCT golf balls delivers an optimized signal capture, delivering true spin versus estimates in current indoor settings. The embedded radar reflective technology does not require applying reflective spin markers or precise orientation in order to capture precise data from an indoor simulator environment. Measuring launch, speed and spin at impact improves the output of data generated by launch monitor devices - including the data related to calculated distance (carry, roll, total) and trajectory (peak height, angle of decent). Measured performance enables better fitting opportunities for both club and golf ball. Explore Titleist RCT Golf Balls Are you interested in playing, practicing, or even competing indoors? Perhaps you don't know if you're playing the right golf ball and want to experiment this winter? Or maybe you're in the market for new clubs and you're considering an indoor fitting? If your golf regimen includes indoor training of any kind, make the most of your time and play with a Titleist RCT golf ball. Now available in new Pro V1 , new Pro V1x , Pro V1x Left Dash and AVX models, RCT takes the guess work out of indoor launch data. ... #TeamTitleist
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Played in our member-member tourny and hit my AVX on the green and straight into the hole. www.titleist.com/.../oufoahpxl6i2evxdj1m5
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After 30 years I finally got my 1st hole in one. 200 yard #4 at Hackberry Creek Country Club Las Colinas TX. Joseph hit a beautiful Iron shot to 8 feet, then I launched my 5 wood hitting a Titleist AVX right past his ball and rolled it in. More relief than excitement that I don't have to answer that question again. www.titleist.com/.../dzmetivyzfjj6vonys0m
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After 40 years since my last Hole in One, I did it again. 10/14/23 ( My Wife's Birthday) This is a day I will never forget if someone asked me when I got my last Hole in One It happened at Morgan Run CC No. 9 South. I37 Yds using a Titleist AVX Yellow. I just switched to these balls 2 weeks prior. Before that I was using the ProV 1 X. When I got on the tee box I told all my playing partners that I found my swing. Then the magic happened. 1 hop and in the hole. Best day ever. Rene
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Aim...Visualize...eXecute...AVX. I have been playing the AVX for a couple of months now. I went in the pro shop to purchase a dozen PRO V1 and found the AVX. I have a friend who plays the AVX, and he is very pleased with its performance. So, the purchase was consummated, and history is being made. Thanks, Titleist Glenn Gooding www.titleist.com/.../mesob0n8odpoqwhmbhtb
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Recently submitted review of a test golf ball from Titleist. Will they at a later date advise as to what ball it was? I have been playing the AVX the last few years.
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Been playing golf for 35+ years. A member at Green Vally CC since 2001. Hit my first hole in one on 10/1/23. Hole 5. 180 yards. 4 hybrid. Titleist AVX ball. Played with our normal 10 man group. 2 fivesomes. Team play. 3 scores count. www.titleist.com/.../rroqosyg9uwmcf5bmgat
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12 man, Ryder cup style group outing with all my best friends. Up 4-2, 11th hole, 132 uphill into the wind. Easy 8 iron and my AVX landed 7 inches and rolled back into the hole. We didn’t know until we drove up to the green. Only play AVX. My first ace surrounded by my best friends. I’m playing AVX for life. Thank you. www.titleist.com/.../nmjd9p5po1siuxycaxy6
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Great birthday present in getting my first Hole in One. I’ve golfed in work leagues for 30 years, but retired last year. Playing 3 times per week and finding the perfect feeling golf ball really made all the difference in my game. The soft feel and great distance of the Titleist AVX have helped me drop 6 strokes and experience my first Hole In One! Thanks Titleist! www.titleist.com/.../jxwo6w9u8fbpr72tvioo
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I took 33 years. It scored an ace in a Golfweek Am Tour event on August 26th in route to my lowest tournament score of 67 using my Titleist AVX clover ball! www.titleist.com/.../ldgbttatlwyd0gd9qu8q www.titleist.com/.../fufpj93eb5lkwr3vlpq9 www.titleist.com/.../hfp56opfn7gdg5mjofsh
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In developing Titleist golf ball products, our long-standing mission has been to offer golfers the highest degree of performance, quality and consistency in the game. More recently, we have pursued an additional goal that is equally important – expanding our product offerings to serve a wider range of golfers and their specific performance needs and preferences. This is why we offer not one, but a choice of four models in the Titleist premium golf ball lineup. Pro V1 , Pro V1x , Pro V1x Left Dash and AVX are designed with distinct differences in Flight , Spin and Feel. Identifying the right golf ball for your individual game, with just the right combination of these characteristics is what we mean by optimizing performance . If you're serious about your game, it's worth exploring this concept because playing the right golf ball is game-changing. If you're currently playing a golf ball model that flies too low or too high, you can strike an iron shot perfectly, but watch as your ball hits the putting surface and bounds over the back edge of the green. Or you can experience shots that balloon upward and drop out of the sky, consistently short of your target. If your golf ball spins too much or too little you might lose significant distance on your tee shots. Or you might lose control on your chips and pitch shots, costing you strokes every round you play. And if your current golf ball feels or sounds too soft or too firm, did you know that it can impair your sense of touch and affect your distance control with your putter? Not to mention your general sense of confidence as you stand over the ball. Yet far too often, golfers blame themselves for poor shots when, in fact, their ill-fitting golf balls are to blame. Start optimizing your performance and find the golf ball that works for you, not against you. The first step is easy. Visit the Titleist Golf Ball Selector Tool . Share some details about your game, find out which golf ball model best matches your needs and preferences, and start playing to your true potential. #TeamTitleist
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DP WORLD TOUR | Horizon Irish Open Titleist Brand Ambassador Vincent Norrman played his final 12 holes Sunday in 7 under, storming up the leader board to win by one at the K Club. The 25-year-old, gaming a Pro V1x golf ball and TSR3 driver among his Titleist setup, began the day six shots off the pace before turning in a bogey-free 65 to reach 14 under. From Nos. 7 through 14, he birdied six of the eight holes. “The course got a lot of rain and it was a little soft on the greens. I just tried to go out and be aggressive,” he said. It’s Norrman’s second victory in two months, having earned his first professional victory in July at the Barbasol Championship, co-sanctioned by the PGA TOUR and DP World Tour. For the week in Ireland, Norrman ranked 4th in Strokes Gained: Off the Tee (+1.08 per round) and 5th in SG: Tee to Green (+2.22 per round). He hit 75% of his greens and regulation and ranked 9th in Scrambling, getting his Pro V1x up-and-down 72% of the time. What’s in the Bag? | Vincent Norrman Golf Ball: Titleist Pro V1x Driver: TSR3 10.0°| Mitsubishi Tensei 1K Pro White 60 TX Irons: 620 CB 4-5 | True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 and 620 MB 6-PW | True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 Wedges: Vokey Design SM9 50.12F, 54.10S, 60.10S wedges | True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 (50°, 54°), True Tempter Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 (60°) NORRMAN ON HIS PRO V1 x A longtime Pro V1x player, Vincent Norrman prefers the higher flight he gets from X, needing the added height and spin to attack the firm, fast greens on the PGA TOUR. “I prefer the Pro V1x because with my spin I can launch it a little higher and hold the greens a little bit better,” Norrman said earlier this year at The American Express, just one week after making the move to the 2023 model. Norrman finished ninth in greens in regulation (69.76%) this season on the PGA TOUR (2022-23 FedExCup events). He hit over 75% of greens last season on the Korn Ferry Tour while earning his TOUR card. “I’ve played the Pro V1x for as long as I can remember, actually before college, all the way through college and professional,” Norrman said this week at the Irish Open. “It’s something I’m very comfortable with, familiar with, and I actually switched to the new ball (2023 Pro V1x) as well this year. When it came out I saw a little better trajectory with irons, which I really, really, really like. So that was a very easy transition.” Titleist was the most played golf ball at The K Club with 108 players, more than five times the nearest competitor (21), including Norrman and runner-up Hurly Long (Pro V1). NORRMAN ON HIS TSR DRIVER Vincent Norrman was the among the group of 51 players at The K Club who gamed a Titleist driver , the most played driver at the Horizon Irish Open and all season on the DP World Tour. The field’s most popular model, TSR3 , was also the choice of the champ: TSR3 10.0° (Mitsubishi Tensei 1K Pro White 60 TX), D•1 SureFit hosel setting). Norrman, who was 29th this season on TOUR in Strokes Gained: Off the Tee (+0.373) and 14th in Total Driving, put TSR in play the first week it was available last season on the Korn Ferry Tour (Memorial Health Championship). “I play kind of a lighter shaft, 60-something grams, 9.25 loft, so I can kind of generate a lot of speed in there,” Norrman said this week during his Tuesday practice round. “I switched to the TSR as soon as it came out. It felt a little hotter off the face for me. Very similar (look), but it’s like the small things that kind of fit my eye. And it’s helped me a lot to improve my ball-striking off the tee.” Following the breakthrough performance gains of the Titleist Speed Project and the introduction of the TS, TSi and now TSR driver models, Titleist has been the most played driver on the PGA TOUR for five straight seasons. Thirty-two percent of all drivers in play during the 2022-23 FedExCup season were Titleist models, compared to 22% for the nearest competitor. Five of the last seven major championships have been won with a Titleist driver, including the 2023 U.S. Open ( Wyndham Clark ) and the 2023 Open Championship ( Brian Harman ). Five of the top 10 players in the OWGR play a Titleist driver, as well as nine of the top 17. CHAMPIONS TOUR | Ascension Charity Classic Steve Flesch (Pro V1x) posted a final round 62 to win by four shots and claim his fourth career Champions Tour victory. Flesch began Sunday’s final round 6 under through six holes and collected three back-nine birdies to shoot his third consecutive round of 66 or lower (66-66-62) and reach 19 under for the week. He finished T2 in Greens in Regulation (47/54, 87%) and T3 in Scrambling (6/7, 86%). Titleist golf ball players have now won 19 of the 21 events played this season on PGA TOUR Champions. KPGA/JGTO/ASIAN TOUR | Shinhan Donghae Open Titleist Brand Ambassador Guntaek Koh claimed his third KPGA Tour title of 2023, making birdie on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff to clinch the victory. Koh – gaming a Pro V1 golf ball, TSR2 driver, NEW T-Series irons and full bag of Titleist equipment – birdied the par-5 18th in regulation to shoot a final round 68 and force extra holes. The 23-year-old then converted a 10-foot birdie putt on his second trip down the 18th to close out his opponent. Said Koh: “The first win this year was the hardest but now I am in the mode and enjoying the experience... A victory in an event on this scale, against the best from the Asian Tour and Japan Tour is simply incredible.” What’s in the Bag? | Guntaek Koh Golf Ball: Titleist Pro V1 Driver: TSR2 10.0° Fairway Metal: TSi2 15.0° Utility Iron: NEW T200 3 Irons: NEW T100 3-PW Wedges: Vokey Design SM9 50.08F, 58.08M Putter : Scotty Cameron Newport 2 tour prototype PGA TOUR CANADA | Fortinet Cup Championship Titleist Brand Ambassador Hayden Springer won the PGA TOUR Canada’s season finale, his second victory in three starts, to capture the season-long Fortinet Cup and earn his 2024 Korn Ferry Tour card. Springer, gaming a Pro V1 golf ball, TSR3 driver and NEW T150 irons among his Titleist equipment, followed a second round 9-uner 62 with matching 67’s over the weekend on his way to a five-shot victory. Over the 72 holes, Springer hit all but eight greens in regulation and made 25 birdies along with three eagles. What’s in the Bag? | Hayden Springer Golf Ball: Titleist Pro V1 Driver: TSR3 8.0° Irons: NEW T150 3-PW Wedges : Vokey Design SM9 50.08F, 56.10S, 60.08M CHINA TOUR | Guotai Open Titleist Brand Ambassador Linqiang Li made it back-to-back wins on the China Tour, earning his third victory since May after closing with a final round 3-under 69. Li, trusting his Pro V1x golf ball, TSR2 driver and NEW T200 and T100 irons, jumped into the lead on Friday after posting a course record 10-under 62 that featured two eagles and seven birdies. Steady play over the weekend saw him finish on top of a leader board that featured nine Titleist golf balls and seven Titleist drivers among the top 12 finishers. What’s in the Bag? | Linqiang Li Golf Ball: Titleist Pro V1x Driver: TSR2 9.0° Fairway Metal: TSR2 15.0° Utility Iron: NEW T200 2 Irons: NEW T100 4-PW Wedges: Vokey Design SM9 50°, 54°, 58° AMATEUR | U.S. Mid-Amateur and U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur TITLEIST IS OVERWHELMING #1 BALL AT U.S. MID-AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIPS The U.S. Mid-Amateur at Sleepy Hollow and the U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur at Stonewall began on Saturday, with 336 players (85%) across both competitions teeing up a Titleist golf ball . 221 players (84%) at the U.S. Mid-Amateur are playing a Pro V1 , Pro V1x or AVX golf ball, more than 10 times the nearest competitor – including the stroke-play clubhouse leader. At Stonewall’s North Course, 115 players in the U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur field are playing a Titleist golf ball, more than 12 times the nearest competitor – including all three stroke-play co-medalists. TITLEIST SWEEPS MAJOR EQUIPMENT COUNTS AT SLEEPY HOLLOW At the U.S. Mid Am, Titleist is the most played equipment brand in every major equipment category, with more drivers (91/35%), fairways (118/39%), hybrids (45/33%), utility irons (61/56%), irons (97/37%), wedges (538/70%) and putters (86/33%) in play at Sleepy Hollow than any other brand. Titleist also swept the counts at this year’s U.S. Amateur, U.S. Women’s Amateur, NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s National Championships, U.S. Junior Amateur Championship, U.S. Four-Ball Championship and all seven Elite Amateur Golf Series events (Sunnehanna Amateur, Northeast Amateur, North and South Amateur, Trans-Mississippi Amateur, Southern Amateur, Pacific Coast Amateur, Western Amateur). Titleist is also the most played driver (T1, 37/28%), utility iron (6/86%), wedge (195/51%) and putter (45/34%) this week at the Women’s Mid-Am. ... #TeamTitleist
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Had a hole in one using a avx golf ball on September 9. Played at Virginia Beach national using a 8 iron on hole 13.
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Alright folks, it will be inevitable that my 2021 ProV1 supply will run out in the coming months unless I never lose one again (ha!). I know all about the tech specs, new technologies, watched countless videos, and the differences between the 2023 V1 and V1x … but what did you guys end up doing? (I plan on playing a sleeve of each to see how it goes, but I’m interested in what others have done…) I liked the 2020 AVX … but then found the 2021 V1 fit my game perfectly … just a touch of a harder ball, I could better feel it through impact, spin perfect, consistent across the board, etc, I could go on. The 2021 V1x I strongly dislike; much too hard and too spinny. The 2022 AVX is WAY too soft. I tried the 2023 V1 and it was noticeably unfortunately softer (compared to 2021 V1), had a more mulled sound at impact … and the 2023 V1x is softer than the 2021 V1x, but had a “brighter” impact compared to 2021 V1. My personal feel puts the 2021 V1 right between the 2023s’ V1 and V1x. So, I’m torn. I’m looking for some feedback about what you all have chosen now that 2021 V1s are no longer (sad day). I’m currently a 12.5 index, Driver is 240(ish) carry (2700 RPM spin; swings peed 93mph), 7i is 140 (6600 RPM spin), PW is 105 yards (8000 RPM spin). If I hit a green w/ an iron (hopefully!) it’ll drop and 1-2 hop stop, which I love. I’m not the furthest hitter in our group by any stretch; my strengths are accuracy and 100 yards and in. So … 2021 V1 users … what did you pick?
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Hole in one, 145 yards Titleist AVX three www.titleist.com/.../s2n1p9fibhzkzphst1kd www.titleist.com/.../orvqsezp52zhprntjqmk
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Down hill par 3 118 yards on #8 at Pebble Creek Golf Course in Cincinnati, Ohio. Hit my PW and right away said "be right!" My Titleist AVX landed 10 feet past the hole spun back and rolled in! Truly a special moment I wont forget.
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I just tried the AVX for the first time last weekend and WOW!!! I played the TP5 for the longest time but felt like I was losing distance. AVX got my normal distances back (maybe a little longer) and felt great off the tee and around the green. Has anyone compared the AVX to the Pro V1x out on the course? How do they compare?
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I’ve been playing for 20 years at under a 7 Hcp. Finally got my first Hole In one, I’ve hit countless pins and cups this one finally stayed in. Playing with my Sunday crew, flew directly in the hole, AVX with a wedge 115 yards. Thanks Titleist! www.titleist.com/.../tm2l5jcelfsnsffguyoo www.titleist.com/.../m6mxbqmnkitwgt7hhsno
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PGA TOUR | TOUR Championship With ball-striking accuracy and short-game precision, longtime Pro V1 golf ball player Viktor Hovland etched his name on the FedExCup with a 7-under 63 Sunday, winning his first TOUR Championship in a runaway, five-shot victory. Hovland rolled his Pro V1 in for birdie on each of East Lake’s final three holes, finishing off a bogey-free 63 that set the TOUR Championship record for low finish by a winner. It marked Hovland’s 11th-consecutive round in the 60’s and seventh round of 66 or better during the FedExCup Playoffs. His closing 10-birdie 61 to win last week’s BMW Championship, Hovland’s career-low on TOUR, is also the lowest final round ever shot during the FedExCup Playoffs. In his back-to-back wins, Hovland played the eight rounds in 36 under par. All week in Atlanta, Hovland was locked in, leading the field with 10.647 strokes gained tee to green. More than half of those came on approach shots (+4.730) and around the green (+1.103). No one hit more greens in regulation (58 of 72, 81%, T1) and he also ranked first in Scrambling (12 of 14, 86%) and Sand Saves (5 of 6, 83%). HOVLAND ON HIS PRO V1 GOLF BALL www.instagram.com/.../ “First of all, it gives me a lot of consistency around the greens. I like how it feels off the face. I like how I’m able to spin the ball around the greens. But at the same time, I don’t sacrifice anything to the full shots. When I hit a drive on a par-5 and I’m trying to get after it, I don’t have to worry about the spin creeping up too high. I can still hit a high launch with low spin and then if I missed the green in two, I can still hit a short-sided shot with a lot of spin. So I think just the versatility is the key with the Pro V1 ball for me – and especially in the wind because we do play in a lot of wind. And I think that’s kind of the biggest challenge. If you don’t have a good ball in the wind, it really plays a big difference. The consistency in the wind, knowing how much it’s going to curve in certain wind directions and stuff like that – it just plays really well for me.” “I think for me, when I hear or feel the clickier feel, it’s hard for me to get the right distance control because sound and feel does matter for how hard you feel like you need to hit it. And I just feel like the Pro V1 kind of stays on the face a little bit longer. It’s like you’re almost throwing it to the hole instead of it kind of shooting off the face a little bit more, even though that’s not what it does. But in my mind, that’s kind of how it feels like.” “I mean, I've played it since I was a junior. Going out fishing for lake balls, trying to find the Pro V1’s and just been playing those. Growing up in Norway, we had a cabin growing up about two hours away from Oslo. It’s a tree-lined kind of golf course in the woods and it had a lot of rivers, so that’d be a perfect spot to sit there after a member guest or something where everyone's just dumping Pro V1’s in the water. The next morning we’d be out there trying to catch as many as possible. Those would kind of be the balls that we played for the whole summer.” HOVLAND’S 'PERFORMANCE ALIGNMENT’ BALL MARKING Viktor Hovland , who marks his Pro V1 with a long, black line that he uses to help line up putts, is among the group of players who inspired the launch of the new Performance Alignment marking now available on Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls. “I use a black line, because I cannot putt without this,” said Hovland, who used his line to roll in birdies putts of 10, 11 and 7 feet on his final three holes Sunday, as well as key 23-foot par saver on the 14th. “I literally cannot aim.” A long, straight line is one of the most common markings found on the Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls that are put in play across the worldwide professional tours, helping players take dead aim and hit their start-lines with confidence. Titleist’s new Performance Alignment aid provides golfers with this tour-proven marking straight out of the sleeve. Available in black, red, blue and green, the Performance Alignment aid is designed with a subtle arrow shape, 105 degrees in length, custom printed on each golf ball opposite the Pro V1 or Pro V1x sidestamp. The marking is 60 percent longer than a standard Titleist sidestamp. “I’ve just never been good at just standing over the ball and being able to aim that way,” Hovland said. “I’ve found it’s really helped my putting, especially on the short ones, when there’s not too much break involved. I just did a blind test with a line on and then without a line, and I just aimed it miles better with a line on.” Read More: https://www.titleist.com/teamtitleist/b/tourblog/posts/titleist-introduces-new-performance-alignment-on-pro-v1-and-pro-v1x-golf-balls LPGA TOUR | CPKC Women’s Open Megan Khang (Pro V1) earned her breakthrough LPGA victory, prevailing from a sudden-death playoff after pouring in a must-make birdie on the 72nd hole. Khang’s 3 on the par-4 18th got her to 9 under, matching Jin Young Ko’s (Pro V1) clubhouse lead and forcing extra holes. The 25-year-old found the fairway with her tee shot and the green with her approach, setting up a two-putt and a tournament-winning par. Over 72 holes of regulation play at Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club, Khang made 19 birdies, more than anyone in the field. KHANG ON HER PRO V1 GOLF BALL “I've used Titleist almost my whole golfing career from junior golf on, and it’s always been very consistent. I know what it's going to do for me. I think that alone, the confidence of knowing what my ball's going to do helps me perform my best.” “I would probably say any time I have a hundred-yard shot or in, I know whether or not if I give it a little extra juice, it’s going to spin back and check up or not. And I mean, everyone always says that those are the money shots and it’s no lie… It’s stuff that you’re going to have to do and rely on, and I think a ball’s a huge part of it.” DP WORLD TOUR | D+D Real Czech Masters Titleist Brand Ambassador Todd Clements claimed his first DP World Tour title Sunday in Prague, shooting a flawless final round 9-under 63 to win by one. Clements, playing a Pro V1x golf ball and TSR3 driver among his Titleist setup, began the day three shots back of the lead and went out in 30, birdieing Nos. 1-3 and 6-9. The Englishman made another string of birdies (Nos. 11-13) on the back nine to hold off Matt Wallace (Pro V1x) , who finished runner-up. “Given the circumstances that’s got to be the best round of my life. I’m over the moon,” Clements said. “Three shots to make up is a tough ask but I knew I was playing well enough to get in amongst it. I feel like I did my job on every shot and obviously the luck was with me today because I holed a few long ones.” What’s in the Bag? | Todd Clements Golf Ball: Titleist Pro V1x Driver : TSR3 10.0° Utility Iron: U•500 4 Irons: 620 CB 5-9 Wedges: Vokey Design SM9 46.10F, 50.08F, WedgeWorks 54M, 58.08M Putter: Scotty Cameron Phantom X 7.2 tour prototype SIX OF TOP 10 FINISHERS PLAY TITLEIST DRIVER, INCLUDING CHAMPION AND RUNNER-UP Titleist was the most played driver this week at the Albatross Golf Resort with 59 players (38% of the field). Six of the top 10 finishers played a Titleist driver , with Clements (TSR3) and the runner-up (TSR3) leading the way. Also gaming a Titleist driver: the No. 1 player in the 2023 PGA TOUR University ranking (TSR2), the Genesis Scottish Open runner-up (TSi3) and Yannik Paul (TSR3), along with another T4 finisher (TSR3). KORN FERRY TOUR | Albertsons Boise Open presented by Chevron Chan Kim (Pro V1) locked up his PGA TOUR card after winning in back-to-back starts on the Korn Ferry Tour. A week after breaking through for his first KFT title at the Magnit Championship, Kim shot four rounds of 66 or better (66-62-64-64) on his way to posting 28 under for the week, two shots clear of second place. In total control of his Pro V1 , the 33-year-old did not surrender a single bogey over 72 holes around Hillcrest Country Club (becoming the first player in Korn Ferry Tour history to go bogey-free for the week and win) and made five birdies and an eagle on Sunday to claim the trophy. “[Earning a PGA TOUR card] definitely means the world to me,” Kim said. “This is what I came here to do. That was a goal from the beginning of the year. I took the risk of coming over here to play instead of just playing in Japan. Yeah, to achieve the goal is great. Now I'd like to finish off strong in the last three.” U.S. Senior Women's Open Championship Trish Johnson (Pro V1) captured the fifth U.S. Senior Women’s Open Championship, posting 4 under to win by one shot. The Englishwoman shot the lowest round of the week on Saturday – a 5-under 67 – and remained steady on Sunday with a closing round of even par. Johnson had finished T2 in 2019 and third in 2018 before breaking through this week at Waverley Country Club. She is now exempt into the 2024 U.S. Women’s Open at Lancaster Country Club. KPGA | KPGA Gunsan C.C. Open Titleist Brand Ambassador Yubin Jang shot a final round 7-under 65, posting 20 under for the week and winning in a sudden-death, all-Titleist golf ball playoff. Jang, playing a Pro V1x golf ball, TSR3 driver and full bag of Titleist equipment , prevailed on the first extra hole, beating Galam Jeon (Pro V1x) for his first KPGA Tour victory. What’s in the Bag? | Yubin Jang Golf Ball: Titleist Pro V1x Driver: TSR3 9.0° Fairway Metal: TSR2 15.0° Utility Irons: 718 T-MB 2-3 Irons: 620 CB 4-5 and 620 MB 6-9 Wedges: Vokey Design SM9 46.10F, 52.08F, 58.08M Putter: Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5S JAPAN TOUR | Sansan KBC Augusta Young-Han Song (Pro V1) shot a final round 3-under 69 to post 17 under for the week and win by one. The 32-year-old South Korean made six birdies on Sunday to pull ahead from the chasing pack, breaking into the winner’s circle for the first time this season on the JGTO. ASIAN TOUR | St. Andrews Bay Championship The winner of the St. Andrews Bay Championship played a Pro V1 golf ball on his way to victory, prevailing in a grueling 10-hole sudden-death playoff. The champion made birdie on the 72nd hole to shoot 5-under 67 around the Torrance Course at Fairmont St. Andrews, posting 19 under and joining his opponent (Pro V1x) in extra holes. It took until the 10th playoff hole to break the deadlock, with the champion making a winning par to claim the title. Eleven out of the top 13 finishers on Sunday’s final leader board played a Titleist golf ball. U.S. Senior Amateur Championship At this week’s U.S. Senior Amateur, more players are trusting their performance to Titleist than any other brand – including the stroke-play medalist, who posted even-par rounds of 72-72 over the weekend at Martis Camp Club to head into Monday’s first round of match play as the No. 1 seed. Of the 156 players competing at Martis Camp Club, Titleist is the overwhelming #1 golf ball and most played driver , hybrid , utility iron , iron and wedge : 91% of the field (142 players) is teeing up either a Titleist Pro V1 , Pro V1x , Pro V1x Left Dash or AVX golf ball, more than 23 times the nearest competitor (6). Titleist is the most played driver with 56 in play (36% of the field). There are more Titleist iron sets (35, 22%) and utility irons (19, 63%) in players’ bags than any other brand. Titleist is also the most played hybrid (49, 31%). There are 259 Vokey Design gap, sand and lob wedges in play, more than four times the nearest competitor (62). What’s in the Bag? | 2023 U.S. Senior Amateur Medalist Golf Ball: Pro V1x Driver: TSR3 8.0° Fairway Metals: TSi 13.5° & 16.5° Utility Irons: U•500 3-4 Irons: 620 MB 5-PW Wedges: Vokey Design SM9 50 & 56 Putter: Scotty Cameron California Monterey putter. PGA TOUR CANADA | CentrePort Canada Rail Park Manitoba Open Titleist Brand Ambassador Hayden Springer shot a final round 66 to earn his first professional victory. Springer, gaming a Pro V1 golf ball and TSR3 driver, made 27 birdies for the week en route to a three-shot win and is now projected to move up to No. 7 in the Fortinet Cup standings. What’s in the Bag? | Hayden Springer Golf Ball: Titleist Pro V1 Driver: TSR3 8.0° Fairway Metals: TSR2 13.5°, TSR3 18.0° Irons: T100 • S 4-PW Wedges: Vokey Design SM9 50.08F, 56.10S, 60.08M CHINA TOUR | Guotai Cup Men's and Women's Professional Match Play Titleist Brand Ambassador Linqiang Li earned his second career China Tour victory and second win in just five starts this season. Gaming his Pro V1x golf ball and TSR2 driver among his Titleist setup, Li defeated fellow Titleist Brand Ambassador Enhua Liu , 1 up, in Saturday’s championship match. What’s in the Bag? | Linqiang Li Golf Ball: Titleist Pro V1x Driver: TSR2 9.0° Fairway Metal: TSR2 15.0° Utility Iron: T200 3 Irons: T100 4-PW Wedges : Vokey Design SM9 50°, 54°, 58° ... #TeamTitleist
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After 50 years of playing golf, I finally got my first hole in one yesterday. Not bad for a 67 year old. Hopefully number 2 comes sooner. It was an exciting day. 155 yard with 8 iron. Titlest AVX is my ball of choice. It found the hole yesterday. www.titleist.com/.../erd89d1w06pb9az4hdzs
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Played in a presidents cup match at my club. I was 1 up going into the park 4 10th hole dogleg right. It played 320 today. Knocked it in the hole. Of course we looked everywhere else but the hole. My 3 minutes was up and I said well John if it’s not in the cup than it’s your hole. John walked up and looked in the cup and started laughing saying good hole Stevie. I started a run and finished the match on 15 winning 4/3. Played titleist 2 avx. www.titleist.com/.../wslxyqksqzcu1l1ss97c www.titleist.com/.../nflnyohjjwhmaulpm3kv
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Had my first hole in one on Sunday, August 6th at Sand Canyon CC - Valley Course in California. Hole #3 on the Valley Course (Sand Canyon CC). 7AM tee time, it was a blue flag (back) measured at 179 yards into the sun. I used my TM 4 Hyrbrid and took an easy swing. Landed on the left side of the green and rolled... what I thought was past the flagstick to the back of the green. As I walked up with my buddy Jordan I saw the divot on the lower left side of the hole but still couldn't find my ball on the green. That's when I make my way towards the cup and my heart starts beating harder...maybe...possibly... then boom!! I saw my Titleist Yellow AVX with a red chili pepper on it sitting inside the cup for my first hole in one!!! Best day ever!! Love my Titleist AVX Yellows! www.titleist.com/.../lnranp5g15owtrovlgra www.titleist.com/.../wpmm35onjmxow8xfvpmb www.titleist.com/.../fnnc7t7awg9s0rngsjxw
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On July 27, 2023 I made a hole-in-one on hole #14 at Springvalley Golf Course East Sparta, Ohio. This Will be my second hole-in-one at that course on the same hole. 150 yards used an 8 iron the ball that was used was a Titleist AVX #4 www.titleist.com/.../dozuvp2j9knmyiemyvvy www.titleist.com/.../wctucnscz9nowfw8nnap
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I aced the #2 hole on the Central Course at Hide-A-Way Lake Golf Club during a Member/Member tournament on 8/12/2023. This was my partner and my last hole of the day. I used a miz JPX 900 9-iron and a Titleist AVX ball to record the 121-yard ace. In addition, the two members of the team we were partnered with actually witnessed my first hole in one on this very hole many years ago. www.titleist.com/.../tvjnm1mhmfvorp0rl8ye www.titleist.com/.../enhran19zqzgacypfdma
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Playing 180 from the whites, the uphill par 3, #4 at Shennecossett, was playing downwind to a center-cut pin. Played a 21 degree hybrid 3 that landed about 10-yards short of the false-front green, skipped up and vanished from view. A playing partner who'd hit a ball on the same line had already gotten to the green and was over the back where he found his ball. As I crossed the green he was searching for mine when I decided to take a glance in the cup. Sure enough, there was my AVX staring up at me.
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San Dimas Canyon Course in San Dimas California. #7 - 181 yards. Baby fade to the left of pin and rolled about 20 feet into hole! Club used - 5-Wood Ball used - Titleist AVX www.titleist.com/.../zrv7hsryc0ql1bngreef www.titleist.com/.../xa3y1szfrp1p9cvpomo0
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My name is Max Masse and I got my first hole in one yesterday! 125 yards into the wind. I used an AVX golf ball. Was a great feeling and why I choose titleist for my balls. www.titleist.com/.../xt0ljtjvpasbepqnxfco
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Well, after 34 years of playing the greatest game there is, it finally happened!! Had a 144 yard par 3, pin tucked on the back right of the green. Teed up my Titleist AVX, took my T100 pitching wedge, hit a nice smooth shot, one hop and in the hole! Almost dunked it in the air! Great shot with the greatest equipment out there! www.titleist.com/.../yy0qj6bovxaxuxgustjc www.titleist.com/.../g9b6mtyjpiimttlwwfxr www.titleist.com/.../l1jkg0xgmv12x68hx8np
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It's been said on here many times that it's a great tour, and I was able to go through last week while I was in Mass to play some golf with my cousin (TPC Boston and Boston Golf). It was definitely a learning experience, being able to see from start to finish how our Pro V1/Pro V1x/AVX balls are manufactured in addition to some great history of the company was awesome. The staff was friendly, and the ladies that ran the tour were incredibly knowledgeable. The shop with all the TT merch was a great addition. My cousin got a ball signed by Gary Woodland (who, coincidentally, is one of his neighbors in Delray Beach, FL). All in all, I grabbed a nice group of gear, and IMO, reasonably priced. If you have the opportunity, take advantage of it. www.titleist.com/.../q7vjsw24udghrexnayjx
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I have been a member at Cochecho CC, Dover NH for 32 years and this was my third hole in one. It was beautiful day with temps in the 70s. I was playing in a foursome that was playing against another foursome. The 12th hole from the white tees plays 145-155. Today it was 148 yards. I hit a 7 iron, it landed in the fringe, one hop and then it rolled into the cup. Ap1 7 iron. AVX ball. August 3, 2023 www.titleist.com/.../ntl2o1h3kzx2d0plxvlc
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