Titleist Pro V1 or V1x Golf Ball 12-Pack

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Titleist Pro V1 or V1x Golf Ball 12-Pack
Price: $15.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Wednesday, May 18 to Thursday, May 19) + transit
Condition: Refinished Mint


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Are these the same golf balls used for the photos of the Lenovo mini computers?

Oh no, those weren’t “mint”, just refinished. :wink:

Neighbor friend who walks the local golf courses every evening sells mint Pro V1’s for $.50 each though this is not a bad deal on woot. They may be a little too soft for most golfers.

Buyers beware these balls are terrible, I purchased some the first time around and half of them were cracked. Compared these to original PROV1 balls and if you know Titleist their balls aren’t bright white and seemed bigger, plus these balls play terrible as well. Stay Away!!!

I’ve used a lot of these and the only issue with these balls are the “refinished” part. The paint or whatever they do to resurface them to make them look like new scuffs easy. This leaves little hair like fibers to appear around the scuff which is very different from new ones. This actually does impact the flight of the ball in a significant way. I’d actually much rather use used balls that haven’t been refinished and just have dirt, previous owners markings or logos. If you’re just golfing for fun or practice these are cheap balls that do the job. If you’re playing a round that matters in some way, pull out the sleeve of new ones if for nothing but to remove the mental thought of refinished balls.