Excerpt: I received a dozen Titleist Pro V1 balls 6 years ago when I won a long drive contest at a driving range in Connecticut....I tried them out and I've been with the Pro V1 ever since. The ball has obviously evolved a little bit in the last 6 years, but it keeps getting better and better each time. The only downside to the Pro V1 is the pricetag - but the it's worth it to me.
Conclusion: Titleist Pro V1 2009 (High Numbers) : Since taking the golf industry by storm in the fall of 2000, the three-piece multi-layer Pro V1 continues to serve as the high performance standard by which all other golf balls are compared and measured. The 2009 Pro V1 maximizes distance, durability and performance, and benefits a wide range of golfers with varying launch conditions.
Conclusion: The Pro V1′s virtues off the green have been discussed to extremes. There isn’t anything left to say in that department. I’m saying here and now that this is one of the nicest putting balls on the market. The sonic feedback is fantastic, and the feel on the putter is superb. The price tag is the only issue for a lot of golfers. Is it worth it for the high handicapper? No. Go spend $15 on a dozen balls at your local golf store, and save the remainder for lessons.