Summary: Come on Titleist, exhorbitant pricing, no real distinction from lesser priced competing balls and awful susceptibility to scuffing. Callaway preceded you making balls "seamless" but you do that, put a small line on the ball and increase the price $5? You've lost me as a purchaser of your golf balls.
Summary: An overpriced 3-piece that exhibits no differences from other cheaper 3-piece balls! The main reason for the price tag is the marketing & the numbers of Tour players that are paid to use this ball. If you think your paying this ridiculous price for quality then your softer then a Maxfli Noodle!
Summary: This Ball is a horrible golf ball. Don't buy it. Sure this ball is long off the tee but the spin is crap. There no spin around the greens. You can never make a chip shot stop. With the short irons the balls seems to ballon in the air so the yaradages are always different. Try the Precept Ls.
Summary: A BALL THAT IS DEFINITELY OVER-EXAGERATED!!! PERIOD!!! I SHOOT CONSISTANTLY IN THE LOW 80'S AND LET ME TELL YOU THE MAXFLI REVOLUTION AND THE ELITE ARE MUCH BETTER. THEY ARE SOFTER AND MUCH MORE WORKABLE. THE PRO-V IS HARD AND DOES NOT HOLD THE GREENS AS WELL AS THE ELITE.
Summary: uuuaahh, probably the worst ball for that much money. I expected a good spinning ball, the even stops on hard greens....but it never happened. So why don´t I play a Pinnacle Gold or Top-Flite XL instead??? The Pro V 1 is flying very high, doesn´t spin too much and the feel is really miserable!