What Golf Ball Should I Use? Trackman Titleist Ball Fitting!

We all spend a small fortune on new the latest golf equipment. Titleist TS2 and TS3 drivers, Taylormade M3 drivers, Mizuno forged irons, the latest PING Sigma 2 Putters, but whats the only equipment that we all use on EVERY SHOT. The golf ball. In this video I test out every Titleist golf ball on the market including the Pro V1, Pro V1x, AVX, Velocity, DT trusoft etc on a Trackman with Titleist ball expert Joe. We work on 50 yard shots, mid irons and of course THE DRIVER. To see which ball in the range offers me the most feel, consistency… and DISTANCE.

These fittings can find out which I the best golf ball for distance, which is the best golf ball for mid handicaps, which Is the best golf ball for high handicap. which golf ball should YOU play?


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  1. Callaway Chrome soft – I don't see any difference between the premium balls but prefer the feel off of the putter with the Chrome soft

  2. another point, it was interesting that he didnt let you test the Velocity with your 7 iron. A higher ball flight into a green will help stopping, so you don't need so much spin.

  3. Avx for as much distance as I can get. It’s a windy spring here so the low flight of the avx is going well. Summer time I will reconsider what ball I use.

  4. Srixon ad 333. Good for distance, short game feel and price. Went for a ball fitting. This was one suggested to me

  5. Taylormade project A. Great all round ball. Nice distance and soft enough for good feel around the green.

  6. Great video 👍 I can’t tell difference in feel off the driver unless it’s a rock. Spin, sound and “feel” around the green, then yes 🏌️

  7. Biased towards ball that feels good off the putter. May be psychological but always find same satisfaction with rest of clubs. Currently use Bidgestone RXS. Changed from Srixon Z Star due to a local availability. Wrongly assumed Srixon had ceased to manufacture.

  8. DT Trusoft. Great ball for the price. I buy 30 balls 2nd hand for $50 NZD, all in near mint condition. Use these for all practice and Saturday matches.