Many of us seem to be facing some difficulties regarding reducing the number of shots on the greenside. Generally, the Titleist AVX golf ball is for those seeking more distance (like me). Compared to Pro V1, AVX flies lower, spins less, and feels softer.
I see that the needs of golfers have not changed much since 2020: longer distance tee to green, more greenside spin and control, and even softer feel.
To meet these needs, Titleist AVX golf balls have been developed in the following way:
- Reduced the number of dimples to 346. The new 346 quadrilateral dipyramid catenary dimple design allows for a more piercing ball flight. This also helps maintain AVX’s separation between Pro V1 as the lowest-flying urethane offering in the Titleist golf ball family.
- Over the top of Titleist AVX’s high gradient core, a new thin, high-flex casing layer reduces excess spin in the long game, while a new softer urethane cover designed for AVX delivers increased spin and stopping power with the scoring clubs.
- The new high gradient, high-speed core delivers longer tee-to-green distance and an exceptionally soft feel. This is the same high gradient core technology found in Pro V1 and Pro V1x, which helps reduce long-game spin without sacrificing greenside spin and control.
2024 Titleist AVX golf balls – Availability
New Titleist AVX golf balls are offered in both white and high-optic yellow. They are already available. MSRP: $49.99