What's a Decent Golf Ball?
I'm trying to find an "OK" present for a brother In-Law. Just something that doesn't embarrass me. He's a golfer, and ***** has a sale on personalized golf balls. They are all Titleist, which I know is a good company, but which Titleist should I buy and does it matter?
- 1 month agoFavorite Answer
Depends on how much you want to spend. The ProV1/ProV1X are normally around US$45-50 a dozen although TGW and Golf Galaxy have them for $40 right now, and are used by a majority of professionals on the PGA/LPGA/European/Champions Tours. The AVX is about the same but designed for a slower swing speed. The Tour Soft run around $35 per dozen. They don't have as much spin as the ProV1/ProV1X which comes into play on iron shots around the green along with pitch/chip/sand shots.
Personally I play the ProV1X but I used to play the Tour soft. I'm a single-digit handicapper and converted to the ProV1X after a ball fitting a couple years ago.
So if you don't mind spending $40 the ProV1/ProV1X or the AVX are a fantastic gift. For less, the Tour Soft is an outstanding ball as well.
Personally I'd do the ProV1. Not that much more, and I can assure you he'll love it.
Don't waste your time/money on the Trufeel, Velocity or TruSoft models.
- 1 month ago
It is useless to buy golf balls for gift since golfers usually lose their balls when playing golf.
Buy something useful like golf training aids such as a putting mat with hole at the end or a golf net. The recipient will use for years and it can improve their golf skills by practicing at home.