Conclusion: I too love the NXT Tour. My clubs are older so I have not noticed the scuffing that others have. I like the feel better than the bridgestone e6 and callaway hex. The taylor made urethane gives it a run. Titleist gets aplus 1 for this ball.
Summary: On drives and long approach shots, this ball produced a lower ball flight compared to the ProV 1x. I also gained about 8 yards of extra roll on long shots. With the short irons, I was still able to stop the ball on the greens.
Conclusion: I play the NXT Tours and I love them! Yeah they get scuffed up, especially with my 56° Vokey SM but watching the ball zip back a few feet is awesome and my budget is in good enough to condition to replace them. Great ball with great control and spin for the price!
Summary: I've used Pro v1's for the last two years (exclusively) and i don't lose many - what i do have is a pile of scuffed and scratched balls with off white covers - resembling a pile of potatoes in my garage that are no good for anything.
Summary: I have been a long time player of the ProV1 from Titleist. Though I play at a low handicap (3.6), I noticed that the spin that the ProV1 has given me usually ends up further from the hole than closer. On a "whim" I tried a Titleist NXT Tour that I found somewhere on a course.
Summary: Terrific Ball, Usually went for Srixon Soft Feel or occasionally Z-Star. Considerin Big Darren, made me a tidy sum last weekend, decided to splash out an I was not let down. Very 1st drive smoked 290ish and arrow straight. But its the feel off wedges (my cg14 is made to hit them!
Conclusion: I just played a version of the new NXT tour yesterday and I played well. I shot a 42 on a regulation course with par of 36. My drives off the tee and in the fairway were as long as they have ever been, along with my irons.