The Titleist AVX golf ball is marketed as the alternative to Pro V1 and Pro V1x in the premium ball segment, offering similar quality and reliability but more length.
AVX delivers soft feel and control like the Pro V1s but prioritizes distance with a piercing, low ball flight.
Fast Facts: Titleist AVX Golf Balls
Target Audience: Mid handicapper
Category: Premium Performance
Core: Large core formulation
Casing: High flex casing layer
Cover: Thin cast urethane elastomer
Dimples: 352 catenary dimple design
Benefits: Long distance, Soft feel
On the Web: AVX Golf Balls @Titleist.com
Staff Reviews: Titleist AVX Golf Balls
Jeff Smith: I’ve played the AVX golf balls now for two 18-hole rounds and another nine-holes. I’m super impressed. As a 10-12 handicap who doesn’t hit it a ton, these balls help with my distance both off the tee and on approach shots as well. They are particularly good in windy conditions as they seem to have a real low ball flight. Around the green they are not quite as spinny as Pro V1s but do offer playability. Very soft feel on putting. Like them a lot!
Kevin Reid: Hate the packaging. Ugly green. Just doesn’t convey that vibe for some reason. I know it’s a minor thing but there’s something about looking at your new dozen or sleeve. Just a crappy shade of green. Other than that, though, they play really, really nice. Super soft and go longer than my Chromes. Didn’t notice a huge difference with distance as I’ve only played them a few rounds. But they seem to have nice flight especially with my fairway metals.
Jordan Thomas: Feels a lot like the Pro V1 ball. Has a nice soft bounce off the driver and they fly lower so seem to be somewhat longer although haven’t noticed as I’m a fader off the tee which hurts with distance. Especially love hitting them from 150 in and around the green – just really soft feel.