The public will soon have the opportunity to purchase Titleist’s Pro V1x “Left Dash” ball. Here’s how it differs from the standard version.
The new Q-Star is improved via a new FastLayer core that’s softer in the center and firmer near the outside to produce more distance.
Ever wonder what it would be like to one-putt every green on the course? Nissan’s ProPilot golf ball can make it happen.
It’s important to pay particular attention to a few key factors during a ball fitting. One of them is compression.
Should you use Tour golf balls if your handicap is hovering in the teens? Our resident Gear Guy has the answer you’re looking for.
Cleveland/Srixon made an exception for Shane Lowry right before he went on to win the Open Championship.
What’s the difference between Tiger Woods’ Bridgestone Tour B XS and the Tour B RXS, both of which feature almost identical construction?
Two 2019 PGA Tour winners, Jon Rahm and C.T. Pan, switched golf balls just prior to their victories. Here’s why they made the switch.
At the center of the popular TaylorMade TP5 ball is a polybutadiene inner core, comprised of the lowest-compression material the company uses.
It’s been almost 20 years since the first Pro V1 hit the course. Here are 5 important dates in the history of Titleist’s flagship golf ball.