Titleist Pro V1 or V1x Golf Ball 12-Pack
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Thursday, Feb 19 to Friday, Feb 20) + transit
Condition: Refinished Mint
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You guys need to fix the coding for your main Woot page. In Chrome, the Google ads in the right-hand sidebar are showing up UNDER the small icons for the other Woot sites. Looks pretty crackerjack right now.
I’m not seeing what you’re seeing right now and I’m on Chrome, too. If you want to PM me a screen shot (by clicking on the mail icon to the right of my username) I can try to help troubleshoot.
Paid (and delivered yesterday) $9.99 from the Woot Off. That is about what they are worth. “Mint” is realitive here.
They look mint, have not played with this particular set yet… cause it is winter here… but have used these before and they are great!.. I am a 7 handicap, and cannot tell the difference… (if you hit good shot it performs like a regular titlesist, if you shank it, it performs like a regular titleist)
The only thig I would caution is that the balls say reconditioned in small print under the direction arrow on the side of the ball… not a big deal for me… but for some concerned with how they look instead of how they play (for both people and their golf balls), this could be an issue
I ordered these during the woot off and all the balls I got were originally sold between 2003 and 2005. They look like they are in good shape but are at least 10 years old if that matters to you.
I’m afraid to ask how one knows the age of a used golf ball…
Balls tend to wrinkle, droop and grow hair as they age.
Different models of Pro V1 balls use a different stamp. The image below shows the different years. I received the 2003 model.
These are refinished mint and not recycled mint meaning they were repainted to look like new. Recycled are just picked up usually out of water and cleaned and boxed. The ones they refinish are usually too stained from the water to clean so they repaint them. I’ve tried them both and the recycled are much much better than the refinished. I don’t think I have ever used a refinished ball were the paint didn’t scuff up after one or two iron shots. Once they get scuffed there is a noticeable difference in ball flight.
These are always a good deal for me. My game isn’t good enough to know the difference between new and reconditioned golf balls, so fifteen bucks a dozen is an acceptable price to pay for balls that are gonna end up lost in the weeds anyways.
Or, save yourself the $20 (including shipping) and just wander around your local course for five minutes and pick yourself up a dozen, absolutely free.