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Hole in One!! So glad I upgraded my irons this spring to the 718 CB. They feel great! Dove Canyon GC (Rancho Santa Margarita, CA), 10th hole, 212 yards, Hit a perfect 6 iron!
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I was lucky enough to be able to test the new pro v1 ball for Titleist a few years back. I played the front 9 at Monarch Bay golf course alternating shots with the new pro v and the old pro v. When I got to the 10th hole, a par 3 playing about 173 yards, I pulled out a new pro v test ball from the sleeve. I let my two buddies tee off before me so I could watch their shots. I teed up my ball and grabbed my 7 iron. It was a beautiful day, no wind coming off the bay and the sun was shinning. I put a good swing on the ball and watched it take off with a nice draw. The ball bounced about 2 feet in front of the hole just to the right of the flag. It took a big hop past the hole then I couldn't see the ball anymore. I looked at my friends and they looked back at me. I said "where did the ball go?" They said " that will play". I looked at a guy that was behind the tee box working on his short game, he said "bro that's in the hole". I thought to my self there is no way I just got my first hole in one. I took off running down the fairway and left my cart at the tee box. As I approached the green I couldn't see the ball and started slowly walking to the flag. I noticed my ball mark about two feet short of the flag and just to the right of the pin. I slowly glanced into the hole, almost as if I was scared to look and there it was. My tiny little Titleist pro v 1 test ball in the hole. By this time my two buddies were getting out of the carts and running up to the green. We were yelling and jumping up and down. I took the ball out of the hole and held it in the air pointing back at the tee box where the guy was still working on his short game. He gave me a thumbs up and I got a big hug from my friends. I lucked out after the round, when I walked into the bar to buy drinks for anyone in the bar, there was no one in there. I will never forget that moment or the Titleist test ball. Thank you Titleist.
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198 yards, 5 iron, Cedar Crest Golf Course in Dallas hole 15. First hole in one for me. Witness: Andy Staron Made the hole in one with an old NXT Tour Titleist I found!
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When competing, I will use 4-6 balls in a round, and once I have my distances and spin down for the round, I have to know that each ball will perform the same. I've tried other balls and don't get that.
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I was enjoying a great day off playing golf at La Costa Champions Course. I was playing with my wife and longtime friends Perry & Janice Harbin when we reached the 3rd hole, a short par 3, 160 yards. The hole was surrounded by bunkers and we could only see the top of flag. Perry hit first and hit it straight towards the pin, I stepped up with my seven iron and hit it on the green. When we got to the green I only saw one ball, Perry walked straight to the hole and pulled out a Titleist #2, he was so excited to get his first hole in one. We congratulated him, took pictures and were all elated for his great achievement. I proceeded to putt and as I approached my second putt I looked down on the ball and the next five words would change that moment forever. I looked at Perry and said: “This is not my ball”, we realized we were both playing Titleist #2 however this one had Perry’s name on it. It was at that moment I realized that I got my first hole in one!!!!
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Knocked it in from 141 using Pro V1 given to me as birthday gift from my first granddaughter - personalized with "Papa".
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Resending Story as you did not acknowledge receiving it: 3rd year in golf, yet sufficiently hooked to play in February in New Jersey with 2 buddies. 7th hole 180 yard par 3 and I went to an almost never used 3 wood because my regular clubs were on route from Florida. HIgh hopes and low expectations, but the ball sailed beautifully to the green and disappeared. Longest walk of my life as we scanned the green for that elusive projectile, Mystery solved! Steve Kuntz Greenbriar Golf Course, NJ Monroe, NJ Monday, February 27, 2017
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My hole in one was with a found Pro V1 ball. I only keep Pro V1 balls that I find. This ball was found at Bethpage Red course and was used for my hole in one at Swan Lake CC in Manorville NY. My friends made fun of me for using a found ball for my first hole in one. The ball was also personalized Peter Del NHL.
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On Christmas Day I received a dozen Michelob Ultra logo ProV1 balls from my son. These balls have been very lucky. I have had two holes in one using these balls this year. One at the Views golf course in Oro Valley, AZ. and the second just a few weeks ago at Shuksan Golf Course in Bellingham Washington. The enclosed photo is the 7 hole at the Views.
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Having received two sleeves of prototype balls a month or so ago I played them a few weeks ago and submitted the review. Though I couldn't tell a big difference in playability, I was able to locate a square and triangle on the respective sleeves. Today I pulled out the prototype square ball, and on the fourth hole of the newly redesigned Grand Canyon University Championship course, I had a hole in one on the fourth hole. Thanks Titleist for the balls and please amend my survey. I really prefer ball with the square on it.
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While playing at my club in Naples, FL. I lost my ball, a proV1, on a drive on # 12, a long par 5. While looking for the ball in thick underbrush, I found another proV1, with a company logo. So I played on, taking a disappointing double on that hole. The next hole, # 13 is a fairly long and difficult par 4, which I birded, the first time in over a year. My spirits were lifted, as we moved on to hole #14, a short par 3, playing at 126 yards into the wind. Struck my lucky proV1 with a PW and bingo, a hole in one! My first in some 50 years of playing golf.
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when i take my first shot with my normal ball i dont feel confident and the way i like to play, but when i take out my pro v1x titleist ball all the trust and all the confidence are with me again , thats why i trust my titleist
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It all started one day at Holly Ridge in Sandwich, MA. As I walked up to one of the tee boxes, I noticed a ball lying there so I grabbed it and it was a brand new Titleist Pro v1 with a Northeastern logo on it. I was pretty happy with the find and I used the ball for the rest of my round and played very well with it. A couple of days later, June 21, 2008 (Fathers Day, US Open Sunday), I made a hole in one with the ball at Olde Barnstable Fairgrounds hole 4 (very difficult par 3 by the way). So I guess it was meant to be! I have the ball, scorecard, and newspaper clipping but I just recently found out about this program from Titleist so I applied for the bag token and now I am sharing my story. I have had a lot of close calls since then but it remains my only 1 and I know many great golfers, including my grandfather (scratch player RIP), don’t have any, so I know it could be my only one and I will always cherish it and have a soft spot for the Pro v1.
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The ball landed on the left of the green in a shaded area and we believed it to be on the green outside the hole. When we arrived at the green we could not find the ball until someone looked in the cup. It was not only my first hole in one but the first ever in the annual member guest tournament at the course.
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Have been using the Pro VI for four years, love the feel of the ball to the green along the distance I am now getting. Today I scored my first hole in one using this Pro VI Ball. I hope Titleist keeps up the good work.
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It must be the ball. Because, I started taking golf seriously in November of 2011 and on Saturday, March 12, 2016 and 5 months removed from a Total Knee Replacement on my right leg I hit my Titleist Pro V1 #23 (who doesn't like Mike) with a towering 6 iron from 155 yards straight towards the pin; the ball hit roughly 5 feet from the hole, bunny hopped and disappeared into the hole. I'm thinking it's time to switch to Titleist clubs. It happened at Black Gold Golf Club in Yorba Linda, CA with a 17 year old future pro as my witness... Michael, don't worry I'm sure they're are many hole-in-ones in your future. Golf is a great game. Go Play! -Johnny
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My kind of hole in one- I'm on the 17th hole at my home course and playing with a couple of buddies. I hit first with an old Pro V1 and i hits the back of the green a pretty good shot. I have a down hill 20 footer. My two other buddies hit and I say let me try one more so I throw down a ball and take my 9 iron CB 710 and hit a perfect shot. Its looking great and one of my friends yell out " Don't go in " because its my second ball and ive never had a hole in one before. What do you know one hop drain-o.... Best shot of my life... Had to share my story. Thanks Jon
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So my story starts with me finding a scuffed up titleist in the course parking lot. We get to #14 at Walden on Lake Conroe and I get the scuffed up titleist out the bag. You see #14 is an island green and myself being a 24 handicap had pretty good odds of loosing my ball so why not the old titleist. From 85 yds with a pitching wedge and one bounce later a hole in one. Needless to say the scuffed up titleist is in safe keeping
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It was a nice sunny day on June 21, 2011 at the Blue Hill Golf Club in Orangetown, New York. I was playing with Cliff my good friend from my first job in Brooklyn, NY. Number 3 on Woodlands is the hardest easiest hole on the course. its an uphill 102 yard Par 3 with a big tiered green with lots of undulation. The pin was near the front. I hit my shot right at the pin. When we got up to the hole, the other guy we were playing with went to the hole and said "It's in there". Yeah, a hole in one! It was my 4th. My first hole in one was also on June 21st in 1992. The ball I used for this one was a Pro V1 test ball that I got in a sleeve of 3 about a year before from your Team Titleist. I really enjoyed testing them and had one in my bag that I did not lose that day. The club I used was a 822-os Titleist graphite shaft Pitching Wedge. I was carrying my clubs so I did not bring my gap wedge which I would have normally used for this shot. Naturally, I went out and bought a lottery ticket and that's where the great day ended. I know where I'll be on June 21, 2012!
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Was out for a round with my husband and brother-in-law and was getting too many bogeys for my liking, then we got to the 8th hole par 3. I used my 7-iron, as usual, and bounced off the lump next to the bunker so the ball would hopefully drift left onto the green and leave me in a position to get a birdie or par. Unfortunately, the lump was blocking the view of the hole and none of us could see it, so we drove up to the green and I grabbed a few clubs, just in case the ball got stuck in the rough of the lump or bounced into the bunker. When I got there, as heard so many times before, there was no ball on the green. I checked the rough and the bunker, no ball. My brother-in-law suggested it might have rolled off the back of the green, but I knew it wasn't hit strong enough to do that. Then my husband said, maybe it was in the hole, which was not even a thought in my mind, and he went over and looked in it and said "yup, there's a ball in there". I couldn't believe it. I even checked to make sure my initials were on it, and it was mine!! What a thrill. Went right to the clubhouse on the turn and told them to start a bar tab!!!
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It was a steamy afternoon in Norman, Oklahoma. My friends and I were playing a game of "wolf" and I happened to be the last one to hit on the par three #15. Everyone else in my group had missed the green so I thought to myself, "All I have to do is hit the green and my team can win this hole". I hit the shot with my three wood and absolutely demolished the ball. It had a nice baby draw and was heading right for the green. It landed softly and barely trickled over the hill to where the pin was and I was like, "that could be pretty close", but never did it cross my mind that it could have gone in. When we got to the green I didn't see my ball and that's when I knew that it had to of gone in, and sure enough, it did. Not a bad way to capitalize on Friday the 13th!
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On Labor Day at the Crofton Country Club, Crofton MD, my daughter-in-law & I were not playing very well so on the back 9, we decided to write on our gloves "eye on the ball" because that to me is the hardest thing to do & not be so nosy! We then made it a habit after we approached the ball, we would look at our glove and then swing. On that par 3, I kept my eye on the ball because I didn't look up until I heard Colette saying "keep rolling, keep rolling". I was thinking oh boy, I will have a birdie putt! I saw it go in the hole! Hole in One on #12.
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Found a ProV1 on the previous hole. Used it for a "slam Dunk" on the next.
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I scored my first hole-in-one today at the Habitat Golf course in Valkaria, FL today using a Titleist NXT tour ball. thanks guys. I'm 74 years old and have been trying for years.
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I decided to play a celebratory round after getting a job for a police in Ga. Was on #8 215 down hill playing 205 took aim with my 5 Iron. Played a nice smooth draw over some trees. Landed soft thanks to my ProV1. Took one soft bounce and disappeared. First hole in one. Still in shock.
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From the view off the tee box it looked like it bounced and rolled off the back of the green. Got to the green and saw the pitch mark but never even occurred to me to look into the hole. Searched from maybe 1 minute and a half behind the green with no luck. On the way back to the cart I walked past the hole and there was a ball at the bottom of the cup. Sure enough it was my Titleist 5 Pro V1. My 1st hole in one. The tees were up for a 127y pitch with my wedge. Not sure any other ball would have caught and fallen like that one. Thanks Titleist.
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The PGA Tour goes global this week as a field of 78 players assembles in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for the CIMB Classic, an event co-sanctioned with the Asian Tour. And to go low in Kuala Lumpur, 48 players in the limited field will be trusting a Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf ball for their success. That's six times the nearest competitor with 8 and more than all competitors combined. Titleist was also the top choice in the hybrid (11) and iron (20) categories. Vokey Design Wedges also topped the approach, sand and lob wedge (66) category. Good luck to all of #TeamTitleist!
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This hole in one helped my partner and me to come from one stroke back to win the 2016 KGA Sr 4 Ball Championship by 1 stroke. My third ace, but the most significant one.
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I had recently gotten the Titleist 716 AP2s which was very smart. I hit a pitching wedge from 118 yards about 5 yards left of the hole. It suddenly jumped to the left and crept near the hole until my Pro V1x dropped in.
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My wife ordered me a dozen of Titleist Pro V1 golf balls for my first Father's Day. She customized them to say "Happy 1st Father's Day Love, Mia". I was playing a practice round with my partner for the upcoming member guest and decided to open a sleeve. On the 5th hole I hit a 5 iron. Ball hit and one hoped into the cup. It was a down hill (193 yards) par 3 so I was able to enjoy watching it go in. 1st one after 25 years of playing.
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Pull up to hole number two at Metamora Fields in Metamora, Illinois. Gauge the hole while waiting; GPS says 141. Wind to our back just slightly. Grab a wedge and continue to watch the group ahead of us putt. Look at the yardage sign shows 120. But the GPS said 141. Think maybe I should club up. Grab the 9 iron out of my bag and watch my dad shank it short and to the left. Set my ball up, take a practice swing. Make sure everything is right, take my swing. Everything feels right, ball heading right at the pin. Shoot, I lost it. Hop In the cart feeling good that it's on the green. Get closer and start thinking hey where'd my ball go? Get out start looking anywhere near the green. Maybe it's in the hole. ITS IN THE HOLE!!!!!!!
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I was using a Titleist HP tour golf ball that was given to me by my brother-in-law who no longer plays golf. I told him thank you and that I would make a hole-in-one with one of these balls and remarkably I did that the first time using these balls, also it was the first par 3 on the course. I'm not sure how old these balls are but they proved to be the number one Ball in golf for me. I normallt play the Pro V 1's.Thank you Titleist!!!
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In 2011 I received a sleeve of Titleist Test Balls to try out and report on. On June 21, 2011 I used my last test ball on the Par 3 3rd hole at the Woodlands nine at Blue Hill CC in Orangetown, NY and made a hole in one! This was my second hole in one on June 21st; its my favorite golf day. I have 5 career hole in ones and my brother Joe has 5 career hole in ones. I am hoping that Team Titleist will send me some new test balls to use on June 21, 2017 to try for my 6th hole in one and forge ahead of my brother. Thanks you for the test balls!!! Patrick Cardamone
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I have just achieved my third and hopefully will continue my journey to collect a few more. I just achieved my third using a Titleist Pro V1x. I teeded this new #2 ball up on the Par 3 158 yard with a headwind of 20+ miles per hour in your face. The hole is down hill with about a 20-25 foot drop. The ball received its normal whack with a six iron and flew directly at the hold...I could not see it but was told by my buddies it had hit on the green and released straight into the hole for an ace. This is my third hole in one and I have yet to see one go into the hole ....BUT I have retrieved them all from the hole and kept them in a safe place at home. I understand the Titleist may have a bag tag or a medal to attach to your bag.. Please advise how to get one.. Thank You, Charlie Frazier
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Windy day. Wind with me. 153 yards uphill. 6 iron 1 hop and rolled into the cup. Thanks for the test balls.
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We were playing in The Patty Johnstone Outing. I hit one long on the 6th, into the protected area. We spent a few minutes looking for it (Pro V1). During the search I found a brand new (Pro V1) with a green line mark over the "pro v". I put it in my pocket. My bud Tony found mine - which turned out to be unplayable. We hit our "best ball" which was a little further back. I was last to go, and hit a perfect sand wedge (png ISI BeCu) from 120, and landed it 4 feet from cup. A guaranteed bird - we thought. 4 missed putts for bird. We settled for the par and moved onto the par 3 7th. We put 2 on the green, the it was my turn. We had 122 to the pin. A perfect distance for a full sand wedge. I reached into my pocket and pulled out the pro V that I had just found on the 6th. I was going to switch it with the one that I had been playing, but it looked so clean and new, that I said that I had to hit it. I teed it up and told myself to put the same swing on it - as I did on the 6th. The swing felt good, had a nice flight - right at the pin. I knew it was gonna be close. I picked up my tee and began walking back to the cart - until my boys started going crazy. They started saying that it went in!!!! I could not believe it. There was no way it went in. I've been down this road before. I couldn't see anything from where I was. But they guaranteed be that it went in. I grabbed my phone and asked one of the grounds keepers( who also saw it go in) to take a picture of the 4 of us. I got a pic next to the tee marker, then took a 122 yard ride to the green. I saw 2 balls on the green, but they we accounted for. I handed the phone to Tony, and had him record approach to the hole. There it was. The ProV that I had just found, and hit for my first - and only time. My First Hole in One. Made a great day - for a great cause- even better. One that I will never forget. Glad it happened with such good friends.
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While playing the 1st hole at Arrowhead's (Wheaton, IL) East course, I found a new personalized ProV1x. I have played ProV's for years but decided to play this ball (Uncle Jack/Stay Down) on the next tee. The third hole was a 138 yard par 3 with a little wind in my face. I hit a solid 8 iron that looked to be a little left of the hole but it took a couple of bounces and disappeared. My wife and friends were able to see it go in, making my first HIO even more special. Thanks Titleist and thanks Uncle Jack, wherever you are!
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Aced the 17th at Sylacauga Country Club in Alabama. 144 yards with 716 AP1 8 iron. I could find my ball for a few minutes then my partner spotted it in the hole.
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My father hit a very good shot on the 17th at Sylacauga County Club in Alabama and he said, "that my be in the hole!" I then hit a 716 AP1 8 iron to the 144 yard pin. After my shot I looked at dad and said, "that really might be in the hole!" We both hit Pro V1x balls, good thing we marked them. His was 5 foot from the pin and mine was in the bottom of the cup!
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I've been playing golf for 51 years and on January 3, 2016, I finally had my first hole in one. It was at La Quinta Country Club in La Quinta, CA home of the Bob Hope, Humana and now the Career Builder Challenge. It was hole number 12 from 196 yards with a 5 wood. The ball was a Christmas present to myself in 2014 and was purchased from the PGA Tour Superstore in Irvine. As a UCLA Bruin fan it was personalized "Dream Bruin" and was a number 1 Pro V-1X. The only ball I ever hit. My gift in 2015 was four more dozen Pro V-1X's personalized the same way but they are all number 3's. Waiting to tell you about my next hole in one. I'm 69, so I need another one soon.
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Paint spraying onto twirling golf balls. The zap heard during corona discharge. The sight of a golf ball earning the Titleist script. These are just some of the sights and sounds experienced in our golf ball plants, manufacturing the #1 ball in golf. We went behind the curtain of Ball Plant 3 in New Bedford, Mass., to see some of the steps that go into making a Pro V1 golf ball. Let's take a closer look: www.instagram.com/.../ Once the core materials are molded, Pro V1 cores undergo Titleist's corona discharge process. This process ensures that the Urethane Elastomer™ cover adheres properly to the core. www.instagram.com/.../ Our Urethane Elastomer™ formulation and the process to make it is what sets Titleist apart from the rest. Our cover system technology enables us to cast extremely thin covers, control the uniformity, and tailor it to your game. www.instagram.com/.../ Thanks to our paint system developed by Golf Ball R&D, Pro V1 and Pro V1x stay whiter and brighter longer throughout the course of play. The cover and paint system also contributes to an aerodynamically more consistent golf ball. www.instagram.com/.../ The Titleist Operations team has grown to more than 1,100 associates with an average tenure of 20 years and over 20,000 years of collective experience. These associates assure that every golf ball performs consistently for every golfer, every round and on every type of shot. www.instagram.com/.../ Throughout this rigorous process, the Titleist golf ball has earned its script. Our commitment to continuous improvement and performance and quality excellence are core values of the Titleist tradition, which the golfer gets to experience every time he or she tees up the #1 ball in golf.
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ive been playing since 2005.. i used to have 5 irons 1 wood and and old driver..my clubs were just awful and untrustful...but something that i had in my bag are my titleist golf balls...and i trust my titleist golf balls so much that i still using them..and those clubs ..i gave it to the USGA museum..
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On April 25th at 9:45AM something special happened to me. I had my first hole in one! I flushed a Titleist Ap2 7 iron at 175 yards. It felt great and from the tee it looked like it had a chance. With a quarantine cup I couldn’t be sure. I walked up to the green and to my suprise it was in the hole! A hole in one felt great but the best feeling was sharing the suprise and moment with my wife Maggie who never would have believed me otherwise. This was my first round out of quarantine and a first round off of a long Wisconsin winter break. In all honesty it was great to feel happy when the world was bleak, golf has kept me mentally strong through this trying time. Thank you to Titleist for helping me cherish a special day. I have been a long time fan of your brand and your products and I was playing a Pro-V1 ball and of course rocking a Titleist hat. After the hole I was lucky enough to find out the hole was apart of a Hole in One Challenge so it was all on video to share with family, friends and Titleist! Best regards, James Mellott
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I’ve played many balls but I must say this being my second hole in one, my first was 7 years ago with a prov1 and now on a chilly morning Friday December 11th I got my second hole in one with a Titleist trusoft. So for me no ball finds a hole better than Titleist. Forever Titleist Thanks Serge
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My first hole in one was this Sunday, February 24, 2019 at The Little Club, in Gulf Stream, Florida on the 11th hole, par 3, 150 yards plus 2 clubs of breeze Equipment: Titleist Pro V1 Number 11 ball! cally Divine Nine Big Bertha War Bird What are the odds of that?
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I typically play Titleist golf balls when I play. On this particular day, I was playing a Pro V1 and had hit it into the water on hole 13. When I got to the pond, I could see my ball close to the edge, so with a ball retriever I pulled mine out and saw another ball close by. I pulled out the yellow Titleist ball and thought I would keep playing it since it was a different color. I played it on 14-17 with the hole in one coming on 17. I don't normally play a colored ball, but I may start now. Thank you Titleist.
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Have only really been playing golf for about a year and 1/2, and at first really did not pay much attention to what ball I was using. A friend gave me a box of Pro V1's and said "once you play these, you won't play any other balls". At first I thought, whatever but he was right! No ball performs like the Pro V1 around the greens, and that is coming from a guy who is really just getting into the game. Have also used the NXT Tour ball and am very impressed witht hat product for the price. Great product from a great company. Thanks, Shaun
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I was at Heathrow country club in Lake Mary Florida On the 6th hole 179yard par 3 It was a sucker pin over water and right behind a sand bunker The ball flew off my brand new AP2-718 , 6iron and landed about a foot away and spun right in the hole. My old friend Rob and new friends Steve and Chuck made me feel like a pro all day. Thank you guys, thank you Titleist, thank you swing coach George
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On 12/13/15, I got my second hole in one, after more than 30 years since the first. I've tried other balls through the years but always come back to Titleist Pro V's. I retire my ball if I shoot in the seventies, which hasn't been very often, or if I get an eagle,(16). Looking them over almost all of them are Pro V's. This hole in one was a 160 yard hole with tees back, back flag and a bit uphill. Ball had a perfect little draw right at the pin and went in! Thanks Titleist for making such a great ball!
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Very first round using the latest Test balls from Titleist, I scored a hole-in-one. The ball is long and accurate. If it goes into production, you should definitely give them a try!
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Over the 40 years i have played this game the Titleist ProV1x has been the best ball that has improved this game we call golf more than anything i have used.
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April 30, 2013 I was headed out to play my first round in my Tuesday Ladies League at Wellshire Golf Club since having completed surgery and treatment for breast cancer. A friend had given me a Titleist ball with the pink breast cancer remembrance ribbon. It was beautifully boxed and was being kept with many other gifts that friends had given since my diagnosis. I have a tendency to save "special" things, but on this day I decided I deserved to use this special ball. On the 11th hole, I hit a perfect shot that landed about 6 ft. from the pin. It took an immediate turn to the left, rolled into the cup, and hardly shook the flag. My three league friends were as excited as I was, and one lady was thoughtful enough to take a picture of me removing the ball from the cup. Of course, it was my first ace and an event I'll never forget.
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Ok June 12th this year myself and two friends decided to play a round at Woodward golf club in Bessemer, AL. I had just recently decided to switch to the new titleist true feel in matte red and was enjoying the play on the ball. Sure enough on the 7th hole I made great contact and a bounce off the green later I had my first hole-in-one. I love this new ball and won’t use anything else.
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On Nov 18 my wife and I were out late afternoon to play a few holes (Omni Tucson National). On the third hole (par 3 167 yds downhill), I knocked a 6 iron right into the hole and got my very first Ace). The Ace was witnessed by another player who was finishing up on the 15th hole. I put the ball in my bag for safe keeping and was going to have it mounted as a personal trophy. Move forward to Nov.26 and I was out playing with my buddies (on our other Omni course) and came to the 4th hole which is par 3 playing at about 120 yards. Without noticing I reached into my bag and pulled out a different ball (the hole is over water) and proceeded to knock it right into the middle of the cup with a pitching wedge. Now here is the strange part: when I reached into the cup to take out the ball couldn't believe it but I had accidentally used the same ball that I used on my first Ace. That ball gave me two Aces (my first two). Normally, I would never have used that ball again if I had realized I got my first Ace with it. I asked the Az. Golf Assoc. if they had ever heard of anything like this and no one had. I love that Pro V1.
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I golf with Edgewater (a Del Webb community) mens league in Elgin, Illinois. I am a very high handicap golfer and spent the summer depositing drives on hole number 4 into a ravine. The hole faces east and the morning sun was quite bright. For a change I kept my head down and did not see the flight of the ball. Arriving at the hole, I assumed it had rolled off the green into the rough. While I was looking for my ball, the others in my foursome decide to putt out. When one of the golfers went to pull the flag, I heard "Hey Bob, guess where your ball is!"
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We were playing Birdsfoot Golf Club north of Pittsburgh, PA on a sunny Sunday morning May 31st 2020. Had a great round going with 3 good buddies, close match, coming down to the final few holes. We step up to #17, I teed up first as I was playing the tips. 185 yard down hill, middle flag, wind left to right, formidable Par 3. Eased up on a AP2 718 7-iron and hit a baby draw that bounced once, bounced twice and then stopped at the bottom of the stick. With the Covid-19 restrictions, the course inserted foam into the bottom of the cup so that balls would not fall into the hole. It was difficult to see if the ball was actually in the hole, so without skipping a beat, my buddy drove directly to the green and began celebrating, jumping up and down, rolling, kicking and cheering. Immediately, I began to sprint to the green, elated, and in a celebratory haste that I can not reasonably describe, I launched my AP2 718 7-iron into the air about 60 yards to the left and into the waste high fescue. Unfortunately, after searching rigorously, we never found my 7-iron. Also unfortunate, I stepped up to #18 and with my adrenaline pumping, tried to hit my drive a few yards further than normal, pulled it dead left into the fescue....it was the same ball I just aced the hole before! So with that said, in my finest golf moment, followed quickly by most pigheaded, I Aced my first Par-3 and don't have the Club or the Ball to show for it. I will say, it was 100% worth it to finally be part of the club!!
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On 09/03/2014 had a hole-in-one on hole #13, Par 3, 146 yrds at Wallinwood Springs Golf Club, Jenison, Michigan, during our last league game for the season. I had a little wind on my face and decided to use 8 Iron (Tim Wishon) for little low shot. The pin’s bottom was behind an undulated green, but was in front. I errored in my shot and hit a smidge “fat” shot in the process to keep it low but the ball (Titleist Velocity) reached the green as intended had one bounce and then just disappeared behind an undulated greens. All other foursome team members were either short or long on the green. When we reached the green we couldn’t find my ball, but looking at the ball mark, the ball shouldn’t have left the green. Karthik, one of team member said “I saw it bounced on the green, where can it go?” My league partner Dabesh Khattoi just thought of taking a peak in the cup (I was still looking back of the green) and he yelled, “hey Hash there is your ball in here!” We all rushed to see if it was mine and boy, it was in the cup! We all cheered each other and my other team member Adam Pietrafesa was excited and said “I never saw a live hole in one before!” The back nine at Wallingwood is really tough. We carry many extra balls as there are natural hazards left, right, front, back, you name it and it is almost everywhere. I am Michigander, handicap 16. and looking forward to play more golf!!!
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I received an unmarked sleeve of balls from Titleist and was asked to test them and take a survey. I got lucky enough to knock one of them in from 143 yards. I got to see this one roll in. My first was from 225 yards with a "found" Pro V and it was a surprise because it was an uphill shot. A month or so after my hole-in-one, I received a sleeve of balls from Titleist and found the ball I was testing was the Velocity. It's my ball of choice now for obvious reasons.
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November 23, 2020, Leisure World Senior’s Tournament, David L. Baker Memorial Golf Course, 14th hole, par-3, 151 yard 6 iron. Titleist Pro V1 with custom imprint "yodrummer".
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My story is nothing special. I have all titlest clubs--Ap1 irons, driver and woods--and i have been looking for a ball to replace the titlest nxt extreme that i really liked. I purchased and used several other titlest balls and did not feel they were right for my game. I purchased two dozen NEW NXT Tour 2 yellow balls and got the hole in one. Guess i found a ball for my game?
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I was playing my 3rd round of this season. I am a 60 year old female with a 14 handicap. I usually play a Pro V 1. A friend of mine suggested a try the TruFeel ball, saying it might be a better choice for my game. On the 8th hole, a 130 yard par 3, I had a hole in one. I was very excited. My first and only other hole in one was over 30 years ago. I never thought it would happen again. Thank you for making great golf balls.
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On Friday, February 1, 2019, I met with the local Titleist rep for the purpose of a golf ball fitting on his launch monitor. After about 20 minutes hitting various balls, he suggested that the new Pro V 1X is the corrrect ball for me and gave me a pack of two balls to try and see how they played on the course. I used them Friday and played a good round and used them again on Saturday, February 2nd, and made a hole in one on the 8th hole using the new ball. I plan to keep using this ball until Titleist stops making them. Thanks Titleist. Great work !!!
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Just wanted to share news that our club recently hosted a Titleist ball fitting day. The Titleist tech rep provided some information about how to best select a ball, then provided samples to our membership. One of our members tried the new Tour Soft and proceeded to play his 'career round', shooting 74 (2 over par) and enjoyed the thrill of a hole-in-one during the round. Thank you to Titleist for making his day extra special!
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It was a cool March day. I was playing with three of my favorite golfers...each one of them had more than one hole in one...I had none. It was an up hill shot with a breeze in our face. I caught the shot flush and it was heading straight at the pin. We saw it bounce straight at the flag but because the green was up the hill we could not see the bottom of the flag. As we went up the hill everyone was telling me that it must have gone in. I kept telling them of the many shots which hung in the lip, hit the pin, did everything but go in the hole. Well when we got there it was in the cup. The guys kept telling me to put the ball away but I continued playing with it...I hardly ever lose a ball. When I reached the 11th hole I snap hooked the ball across the road, never to be seen again. We adjourned to the bar for a celebration...one more thing off of the "Bucket List".
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I recently attended a Team Titleist event at Pinehurst called Short Game Experience and was for the first time fitted for a ball. A Titleist Pro V1X moving from the ProV1. Since then, playing on the course I have seen a noticeable difference in my ball flight and control; especially stopping power. Have actually spun a few back which I never have done before. Not sure if ball or new wedge I received. I even won a closest-to-the-pin while in Pinehurst with the new ball. Well today, while prepping for an upcoming event at my local club, I teed up and new Pro V1x that I was fitted for, took dead aim at a 135-yard par 3 downhill, water on right and rear, and woods on the left. All with a narrow approach that looks like a bowling alley lane. As soon as I hit the ball I knew I was on a good line. I hit it about two feet in front on the hole, hopped past the hole, then spun back in for an ace. My first since joining the club three years ago. Me and my playing partners were waking the neighborhoods up. I never realized just how much better one's game could get by playing the right ball. Thanks Team Titleist for all you do. I have become a dart thrower now.
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Recently three friends and I hit the links at a public course in Tucson Arizona where I currently reside. The day seemed normal enough, it was only 110 degrees (no exaggerations) but there weren't many clouds in the sky and not much breeze at all. Little did I know this day was going to be special. I was on the 5th tee box debating what club I was going to use on the 141 yard par 3. There was a little wind in my face and I tend to over swing and hit terrible shots when I think I need a little extra distance, so I pull out my 7 iron and tee up my Titleist ProV1x a little higher than usual. There was a bunker staring me in the face on the front left side of the green and there was plenty of safe landing area in the back of the pin so I did not want to be short, at the same time I was worried that I had too much club. I stepped up to hit and put an easy, smooth, and controlled swing on the ball and made perfect contact. The shot looked good from the beginning it was going right at it. It was definitely enough, it actually looked like it might end up little long. The ball landed, took one bounce and disappeared. With the actual cup and back of green being out of sight, no one was certain exactly where the ball ended up. As we walked up to the flag there was not a ball on the green, shows how well the rest of the players were playing that day. Sure enough I had just hit a Hole in One! It was my first eagle and definitely my first hole in one. I am an average golfer that shoots around ninety. I honestly believe that the only reason that ball went in that hole was because it was the greatest ball in golf. The fat, two inch divot was about 13 inches from the cup. Any other golf ball hits the green, bounces over the cup and rolls, who knows how far. The Titleist ProV1x is the only ball that can absorb all of that velocity and stick where you want it, when you need it. I always agreed that Titleist ProV1 was the best ball around but after that magical hole in 1, I now have authentic proof and I will be praising the makers of the Titleist ProV1x for the rest of my life. Thank you Titleist for being great, and for one day and for one shot, making me great. -Sincerely, Joel G. Tucson, Arizona
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www.youtube.com/watch There’s only one piece of equipment you use on every shot of every round — and that’s the golf ball. Whether you’re a scratch golfer looking to win your club championship or a beginner trying to break 90 for the first time, getting fit for the right ball is critical. At Titleist, our goal is to help all golfers play better and shoot lower scores, and being fit for the right golf ball is a key part of that. Earlier this week, Golficity co-founders Michael and Frank Fasano stopped by TPC River Highlands and met up with Titleist fitters to find the best golf ball for their games. “Before filming this video we had no idea how much knowledge and technology went into a golf ball fitting,” Golficity said. What the process entails: Step 1: Assessment and Selection Titleist golf ball fitting begins with an assessment of your game, your performance objectives, and your personal preferences. Step 2: Green-to-Tee On Course Evaluation The Titleist Green-to-Tee fitting process involves an evaluation of all shots on the golf course, with the greatest emphasis placed on shots around and into the green. Step 3: Putting the New Ball in Play Commit to playing the golf ball you've been fitted for exclusively. Using the same model golf ball on every shot of every round eliminates performance variation, builds confidence and consistency, and will ultimately lead to you shooting lower scores. By the end of the afternoon, both Michael and Frank found out they haven’t been maximizing spin, launch angle and stopping power, and ultimately, haven’t been playing the right ball for their games all along. Mike, who was playing the Pro V1, found out he needed to switch to the Pro V1x and Frank, who was playing the AVX, needed to switch to the Pro V1. “Golf ball fittings like this one are the future of golf equipment selection,” Michael and Frank said after their fitting experience. “In one eye-opening afternoon we learned how much playing the right ball for your unique swing can help maximize your personal performance.” There are no stock players, no stock swings and no stock setups. Every golfer is unique, and at Titleist, we have unique products designed to fit your game. Make sure you’re playing the right golf ball. Schedule your fitting today or use Titleist’s online Golf Ball Selection Tool and start shooting your lowest scores.
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Have played Pro V 1 balls for years and 2 months ago bought a dozen NXT Tour S optic yellow balls. Have been playing great ever since. Had played 15 consecutive rounds with the same 2 yellow tour S's - could not lose them, and they held up really well. Finally, the day before my hole in one, I played a bad 9 hole stretch and actually lost not one but both of the balls that I had used for 2 months. The next day I was invited by a friend to play the Druid Hills Golf Club in Atlanta. The club was founded in 1912 and is having their centennial year. I played on their member-guest practice round day with a shotgun start. Got out a new optic yellow ball for the round. Hit a 4 rescue on a really tough slightly uphill par 3. Hit about 8 feet short and rolled in. It was my second ever hole in one, and 1st one in 28 years. Was 99% sure it went in but wasn't 100% sure until we drove up and the only balls on the green were white! Love that yellow ball!
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I was playing in a golf outing at The Brooks Club in Lake Okoboji, IA on July 31st. We were playing the seventh hole. It was windy and raining when I teed up my Pro V1x and hit a flush 7 iron. The ball started left of the pin and the left-to-right wind moved the ball towards the pin, took one bounce, and disappeared. The group in front informed us it went in the hole with a scream. This was my 5th hole-in-one in my golf career ,all of which with Titleist Golfballs.
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Beautiful Tuesday evening. Hole 4 at Sable Creek, Hartville, OH. Off the tee with a 4 wood towards the up hill hole with the pin in the center partly hidden by shadows. My partner exclaimed what a great shot it was and watched as the ball hit the green and rolled toward the cup. Sadly he lost it in the shadows. I didn't believe him but kept my hopes up as we walked towards the green. As I walked up the hill towards the green I kept my eye out for my ball every time I crested a mound. As I finally was able to see the entire green I saw my ball in the cup. (The course had swim noodles in the cup for the Covid-19 virus so you didn't have to touch the pole). What a great sensation.
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I hit a 9-iron from 138 yards on #4 at the Country Club at Muirfield Village in Dublin, OH. It was one of the best shots I’ve ever even hit; high and soft. The ball took one bounce, bit, and rolled into the cup like it was meant to be. If I had played another golf ball, it would have bounced past the hole. Thanks, Titleist for making my “once-in-a-lifetime” hole-in-one become a reality!
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Third hole in one. Second one on this hole...#12 at MacDonald Golf Course in Wichita Kansas. Six iron...132 yards.… using a found Titleist Velocity ORANGE ball. I think I'm going to have to buy some of those balls now!
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T'ed off 135yards to the pin, and the ball bounced about 6 yards in front of the green and I lost sight of the ball with no apparent second bounce. I never saw the ball roll on the green. So I went up looking for the ball short and possibly plugged. Nope. So I thought it probably bounced and went long behind the green. Well as I was passing the hole I "just had to look" Holy s**t there it was wedged between the stick and the side of the cup. Then I thought is that really mine. Oh yeah, there was my decal on the ball the Flag of Scotland. I was shaking and my hair stood up on end. Maybe I will start playing the lottery.
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Difficult 180 yard up hill into the wind to an elevated green. Hit in front of green and bounced upward onto green but couldn't see it. Looked in tall grass at back of green for my ball and couldn't find it. Partner said "Go Look in the Hole!" and that's where it was!!! Unbelievable!!!
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I AM VERY HAPPY WITH THE TITLEIST BALL
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when im standing on the tee on my first shot, i take out my driver...when im on the fairway on my second shot, i take out my hybrid...when im 30 yard from the green on my third shot i take out my wedge...when im on the green on my fourth shot i take out my putter ... all my clubs change since my first shot...but what never change is my golf ball becaue my titleist give me the confidence to execute the shot i want ...thats why i prefer titleist golf balls more then other golf brand...
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I had my third hole in one last Sunday. Probably the most special, as it happened on the 3rd hole of the Lakeside course at the Olympic Club. It's a beautiful, well-bunkered downhill 200 yard hole. It looked like it was cutting off the left bunker to a front hole location. My distance vision isn't that good so I didn't see it go in. As I was walking down the hill, my playing partner commented: "If I ever have a hole in one; I hope it's on this hole". As we reached the green only 3 balls were identified we checked all the bunkers and over the green (which I've done on my other uphill aces). I then looked in the hole and mumbled: "Here it is". My playing partners were disappointed that I didn't make a more ecstatic exclamation. Hell, I know I was blind luck when I see it.
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A month before I hit a hole in One (on may 9th 2014) I was playing Softball and was hit on my right eye with the ball having to be taking to ER were I spend all night and had surgeries and several eye procedures painful expensive and frustrating experience, then on that day my son invited me to play a round on a 9 hole course with his son (my grandson)I had a patch with holes on my right eye, and was hitting 9 over at the end hole 5, then I decided to close my right eye and not try to see throw the holes, grab my 60 degrees titles wedge and a nxt tour S ball swing and there it was on its way bouncing 2 inches before the hole and roll in it.. THE BEST PART IS my Son and Grand son witness it and the decision is done soft ball or Golf NO MORE SOFTBALL Golf ALL THE WAY!!! my gran son kept the Ball... :)
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After hitting what looked and felt like a great shot to a short, elevated, and sloping green my playing partners said "that could go in". When we reached the green, which was mostly blind to us, there were only 3 balls on the surface. One of my foursome ran to the hole and started doing his version of a hockey announcer yelling "score, score". The ball I used was a ProV1 #4 that I pulled out the sleeve at the tee. It will only be hit once, as it now sits on my office shelf.
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It was the last day of February. Cold (40), soggy, and rainy. I had done a virtual ball fitting with Luke Staudt back in December, got my samples, and was excited to try out the Pro V1x's for the first time. It was our 14th hole in our shotgun start (7th hole on the scorecard). I gunned the distance at 134 yards. Given the temperature and the rain, I decided to club up and took out my 9 Iron. I took a nice an easy swing and hit a flighted little butter cut starting just left of the pin. I thought I would end up around 15 feet left but the ball kept cutting. The ball landed about 6 inches behind the pin, one hopped back and disappeared. I couldn't tell if it was just hiding behind the pin at first, but as I moved to the side, I couldn't see a ball! Celebrations ensued as I wrote the 1 on the card. I wrote my name on the pin sheet and placed the stick directly in the cup confident my Ace would not be matched. Thanks Luke and Titleist. That Pro V1x will hang on my wall forever.
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Received pro v1 for christmas and today I had an opportunity to play with my Brother (who bought the personalized balls) and my Brother in law. On the 17th hole (Par 3 171Yds) I hit the ball which landed on the front of the green and the followed my promts to GO IN THE HOLE for my first ace.
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I had played Titleist ProV's for many years and was always pleased with the performance however arthritis in my wrists has forced me to play a softer ball. My son Steve gave me a dozen ProV's at our last visit. Decided to play this round with his gift and guess what happened.... the ball flew straight at the pin landing 8 feet in front and gently rolled into the hole.
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I have played the Pro V ever since it hit the golf scene. However, due to the stability in wind that a Hex patterned ball claims, I started playing Hex Tour. We do get a little wind in Texas but wasn't seeing much difference with this ball. On October 15, 2012 I reached in my bag and decided to play my old reliable Pro V1. On the 147 yard 3rd hole, a crisply struck 9 iron landed 5 feet in front of the hole, took one hop, checked up and disappeared in the hole! Never switch balls again!
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I just came from hole # 12 where I had a tripple bogey and was a little upset. Ok I was really upset. One of my playing partners was already on the green at 13 when I teed off. We saw my ball land on the green and run down a small slope. After it ran down the slope we could not see it from the tee box. Randy and I drove up to the green grabbed our putters. When we walked up to the green we saw only one ball. I headed back to the cart to get a wedge thinking my ball must have rolled off the green. Randy was looking in the trap and I was looking on the back side of the green, nothing. It was one of those " okay where did the ball go" it couldnt have just disappeared. I walked toward the hole just to take a look not really intending to find it but there it was in the bottom of the cup. What a cool feeling to have a hole in one. That 13th hole at Skylinks always gives me problems and to get the hole in one after the tripple bogey on 12, wow. It was a short mental roller coaster ride.
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My partner and I were trying to qualify for the USGA 4-Ball at the Ritz Carlton Members Club in Sarasota, FL. We came up to the 7th hole and I was between clubs and my partner convinced me to go with the 9-iron over wedge. I hit first from 159 yards and we watched it roll 10 ft left right in the hole. I yelled and we thought it was our day after being so close a couple times now. I ended up forgetting to put the ball out of play and hole out from the fairway for eagle on 14 with the same ball. We ended up missing by 2 but it was one hell of a day. Played Pro-V1’s my whole life and will never change.
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177 yards at 3rd hole at Verde River in Rio Verde, AZ on 1/17/18 while playing with a good friend, my sister-in-law and my wife as an observer/cart driver I hit a 5-iron to an elevated green. The shot landed left of the pin and roller right but beyond my vision. When we got to the green there was no ball on the green. I grabbed my sand wedge and putter and looked on the right of the green thinking it had rolled off - but all the while hoping it was in the hole. After a brief search my wife looked in the hole and found it. The group was not that impressed but did say nice shot!!
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It was the fourth hole at Duke university golf club. I had 159 yards to the pin, playing a few yards uphill. I pured a flighted down 7 iron and it never left the flagstick.
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180 yd par 3. Early morning into low sun and fog. Hit a 4 iron, a little thin but, straight at hole. Thought it was short so I'm looking in fringe 10 yds short of hole when I saw the ball's track through the dew to the cup. Bingo!
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Been trying out so many different kinds of golf balls since i started playing. Tried just about ever one out there to be honest. I never liked the Pro V1s alot because of the price, durability and it felt hard to me but then again i didnt know how to spin the ball or let alone hit the center of the club face. So i stuck another golf ball because of the soft feel made miss hits feel good. Well i talked to my course pro what ball i should use, he recommened the NXT Tour for me to improve my game. I grabbed a dozen and hit the course 2 days later. Never have i been able to stick and hold a green with such ease or really get good preformace out of a ball. I used to only play bump and run shots because the other balls just would not spin. Now i can really do alot of shots as i want them to. I use the NXT Tour ball when not playing serious events just for the price and durability. My irons and wedges still seem to eat the cover of them but not like the Pro V1s. I was fitted on course by the pro with the Pro V1 and V1x. Come to find out the Pro V1 was the winner. Despite the money and the durability i still play them happily. I am a great ball striker just have trouble keeping my driver in the fairway. I don't have other stories like hole in ones or albitrosses, but I can say both balls have helped me drop my handicap from a 27 to a 20.3 in a month. My game and control over it all and all around feel has improved so much with these balls. I am convinced that Titleist is the best golf ball around. No more Bridgestone or Taylormades or Wilson Staffs. Only Titleist. Got my first eagle with a NXT Tour though on a par 4. I drove it to 80 yards to the pin and plopped it in with a easy sand wedge shot. It bounced once then dropped right in the cup. Thank you Titleist for making such an amazing ball.
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Found a Pro V1 last weekend playing at our Club (FHCC). It was in good shape and since I normally play Pro V1s, I kept it. I used it on the 13th hole, par 3, Thursday, April 21st, at Glade Valley Golf Club, and got my first ever Hole in One. Distance was about 120 yards and I used an 8 iron. The ball landed on the left side of the green and the ball rolled with the slope to the right and into the cup.
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This was my first hole in one. I am a high handicap player. I used to think the Pro V balls were for better players, I was wrong. I have used the balls for a few rounds now and really enjoy the confidence I get from hitting them. And , my first hole in one!I am 63 years old and thought the hole in one experience would never happen for me. With the help of a Pro V 1x, it happened!
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It was 175 yards to the hole. I used a 5 iron. The ball landed about 5 yards short and to the left of the hole. No one in our group had had a hole in one, so the first thing we said after the ball rolled in..."Where did the ball go?"
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I made a hole in one March 27, 2018 playing a Titleist golf ball with Titleist TMB irons and after registering it with Titleist I recieved the nice bag tag the give people for making one. On July 7, 2018 I was playing the same course, Saxon Woods in Scaresdale New York, and a friend of mine noticed the tag. Never give up an opportunity to break my balls he was killing me all day about me advertising that I had made a hole and told everyone about the bag tag on my bag! This admittedly was very funny and went on and on for the entire round and was picking up as we got closer to the 16th hole. After him telling me that I should hit the same club I hit for the March hole in one because I might actually make another and get another bag tag I payed him absolutely no attention I walked over teed up my ball, hit an 8 iron right over the flag and backed it up and right into the middle of the hole! The ultimate shutting someone up! Although the ball breaking still hasn't stopped...lol
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Got up to the tee ranged the yardage, 80 yards to the pin. The flag was middle/left of the green. Did my normal set up, hit the ball. It went high. So I stared walking off the tee box, I knew it was going to the center. All of a sudden I heard the ball hit the flag stick. Didn’t see the ball go in, or anywhere on the green. Assuming it kicked off the flag stick and shot off the green. Walking up to the hole with my wedge and putter, found my ball IN THE CUP!! I tore up the side of the cup, so I had to call the pro shop for them to have the grounds crew come and fix it. This was at 9:15am, so a lot of golf left to play all day. I couldn’t believe it! I was playing a PRO V1X 3.
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I was playing in our Thursday Night League and had just completed a par 5 where I found a Pro V1x laying in the rough, just right of the greenside bunker. I typically play NXT as they are less expensive and I am not inclined to spin the ball too much. Even though the Pro V I found was blemished and marked with someone else's purple dot, I decided to use it on the upcoming par 3, number 2. The pin was located center left playing at about 142 yards into the wind. I normally would hit a 3/4 8-iron but opted to use my nine and go after it a bit. It is great when a plan works. I hit a towering fade just left of the pin and watched as it carried and landed approximately 18" past the hole. When I struck the ball my partner started yelling go in immediately. Normally this is the kiss of death, but in this case my ball landed and spun back right into the cup. For the briefest of moments we were all dumb-struck and then I found myself dancing wildly with arms akimbo. The group ahead of us at the next tee box were waving and yelling as well. They heard the ball hit and clatter against the flag stick as it when in. It goes to show you, you don't have to be a pro to hit a shot like one every once in a while. I can tell you, the next balls I buy, will be Pro V1x. Thank You Titleist
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I have always played with Titleist balls if you like them use them.. A friend had given me a sleeve of another brand and I said what the heck I'll use them. I was out with my uncle and cousin and my aunts brother on fathers day 06/17/2012 at Schaumburg Golf Club in Illinois. After having not such a good front nine I swithed back to my standard Pro V1 balls on about the 11th hole saying enough is enough got my act back together and was one over on the next four holes and was feeling much better about my game. Got up to the 17th hole and was more worried because I could not find my lighter to get my cigar going again, my uncle tells me to grab an extra club this par 3 plays longer then the 155 posting that day as it is an uphill hole.I tagged it straight at pin right into the sun so could not see very well as we approached the green knowing my cousin was off the green we get to green and three balls on green a gentlemen walks up and says one of them is his, he had a arrant shot on hole next to us, thinking his ball was mine and seeing divot about three feet in front of pin had one more place to look and there it was in the cup:). It Made for a great finish to a day that didn't start that good on the course. First hole in one and hopefully a few more in my bag.
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When I ws introduced to the game of golf about 48 years ago I met a gentleman that I caddied for many times. He told me that the only ball worthy of being played is Titleist. He would pay me 25 cents for a Titleist in good condition and nothing for any other ball. I used to go ball hawking after evry round I caddied and keep only titleist balls. When I started playing golf in 1970 I would only use Titleist and to this day it is the only ball I play. The tradition lives on as both my sons also only play Titleist. My grand children who are about to begin golfing will only play them as well. Thank you for making such a good product.
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My second ace was not as thrilling as my first one because we didn't see it go in. We knew it was a good shot but my friend had hit her ball out of bounds so we were preoccupied with finding her ball. When we discovered my ball had indeed gone in the hole my friends felt bad because all our attention was focused on an out of bounds ball instead of an in the hole ball!
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I was playing in a Jamboree on September 8, 2018 at High Cliff Golf Course in Sherwood, WI. Hole 4 is a par 3, uphill and over water, so I decided to use my 3 wood. I saw it hit the green and got into the cart. When my partner and I got onto the green - we couldn't find my ball - we looked all over for it. And then I looked into the cup - and to my surprise - there was my ball!! My first hole-in-one!!
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My son bought me ProV1 golf balls for my 70th birthday and had them numbered 70. Playing in my local golf league playoffs a hole in one on 17th hole won the match. See photo from Merrmack golf course attached.
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