When you hear the word "Golf 1 Ball", you can immediately think of Titleist Golf Balls and it's easy to understand why. The Brandist brand is currently one of the most recognized in the golf industry and is used by pros and serious golfers. What makes them so special? We track their history and look for a little more of their technology.
The great balls are manufactured by American subsidiary of Fila Korea, Acushnet Company, which is known for the highest level of golf equipment, clothing and accessories. The brand name & # 39; titleist & # 39; actually comes from the titlist (holder of the owner). There are currently six Titleist golf balls on the market: (1) Pro V1, (2) Pro V1x, (3) NXT Tour, (4) DT SoLo / DT SoLo yellow and (6) Speed.
Titleist Pro V1 Golf Ball debuted at the October 2000 PGA Tour in Las Vegas, and acted instantly when professional golfers Billy Andrade won the competition. Two months later, Titleist Pro V1 was made available to the public. This golf ball quickly became the "most widely used golf ball" on the PGA Tour.
Three years later, Titleist Pro V1x has 60 small dimples. This sold the soft feel of the predecessor of the model, but its larger and thinner core and thinner coating reduced the spin by increasing the distance.
Now, as ever, Titleist is a highly recognized and very popular golf ball brand. Players use and support such as Adam Scott, Bill Haas, Steve Stricker, Matteo Manassero, Rory McIlroy, Geoff Ogilvy and Nick Watney. Even the legendary golfer, Tiger Woods, has been the holder of Titleist (before moving to Nike). Woods claimed he insisted that he could use his titleist leader after the Nike contract began. In 2010, Woods used a Titleist for British Open.
Titleist balls have come together in a popular culture that they have been referring to in several films, including Tin Cup and Caddyshack. This household brand also came to the television series, including Seinfeld.
today. Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x are the "most commonly used balls" of the PGA Tour, the Japan Tour, the European Tour, the LPGA Tour, the Web.com Tour and the Asian Tour. He surely got far into the US Open in 1949 and is now one of the most popular golf balls in the world.