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Titleist NXT Tour Balls Review

Titleist NXT Tour


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Titleist Logo NXT Tour Golf Balls The new Titleist Logo NXT Tour Golf Ball has been designed to deliver low-driver and long-iron spin for outstanding distance, commanding short-game scoring performance, and soft feel. This advanced, multi-component, golf ball features a newly-engineered, large, dual core with a soft center; a soft Fusablend cover; and a new 302 octahedral dimple design. Additional features: Outstanding distance Consistent flight Commanding short-game spin and control Excellent d


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Review Date
May 28, 2017

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Reviewed by: Terry Bell ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
NXT Tour

Summary:
Loved these balls...then... Got out a dozen from last year, and not sure what happened, (no, not stored improperly) but they lost their \'bang\' They hard hard as rocks, don\'t fly, just duds. Gave away what I had left, and told those folks the story. Even had our scratch player hit them, he said the same thing, \'hard, flat sounding\' What happened?

Similar Products Used:
Srixon, Titleist ProV,



Review Date
April 2, 2013

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 5 of 5

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 5 of 5

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3.92 of 5, 26.00 votes

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Reviewed by: Jim ,  Shoots in the 100s

Model Reviewed:
Titlelist NXT Tour S

Summary:
Background: I am now playing on a 23 handicap, just retired, but played on a 10 handicap 13 years ago.

After researching the NXT Tour-S, I bought a dozen yesterday and tried it today.

I hit 2 drives 30 yards more than my best on my regular course, I hit 3 three woods farther than ever, and I hit 5 approach shots that dropped and stopped on very hard greens. Putting distance was very consistent.

I am totally convinced that this is the best ball for me (yellow). I will never buy another Pro V1/x or TM Penta again.

I believe that this is the best ball for 18 handicappers both in terms of price and performance.

This ball is brilliant.



Review Date
September 12, 2011

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: stevieboy ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
Titleist nxt tour

Summary:
I've used Pro v1's for the last two years (exclusively) and i don't lose many - what i do have is a pile of scuffed and scratched balls with off white covers - resembling a pile of potatoes in my garage that are no good for anything.
Chatting to the Pro at the golf course - he suggested that i change to the new NXT tours - saving around £17 a box - he argued that since i play off 15 and my swing speed was average, the NXT was a more natural fit anyway...
Two rounds later (82 & 81 - i'm not kidding) i have to agree. The ball flies just a bit longer and a bit straighter than Pro V1's and pretty much stops on the green where it lands with minimum roll- for me this is great i always seem to come up short with the pro V1 (Chicken?)
one unexpected bonus is that because the ball goes a touch further - i backed off my swing speed and consequently got much more control.....aahhhhh i get it now!!!!
this is what i should have been doing all along.
Very Good ball - much cheaper, recommended big time

Customer Service:
Not Used

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Review Date
August 24, 2011

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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 4 of 5

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Reviewed by: Vinny ,  Shoots in the 70s

Model Reviewed:
Titleist NXT Tour

Summary:
I have been a long time player of the ProV1 from Titleist. Though I play at a low handicap (3.6), I noticed that the spin that the ProV1 has given me usually ends up further from the hole than closer. On a "whim" I tried a Titleist NXT Tour that I found somewhere on a course. No, the NXT Tour does not give you the control around the green that a ProV1 will give you, but I hit a lot of fairways and GIR, so the spin that the NXT provides me with "drop and stop" control that keeps me a lot more closer to hole throughout my rounds. One more thing, with the ProV1 I would have a tendency to "snap hook" my drive once or twice a round...with the NXT Tour it just gives me a long hook (which I like) or draw. If I want to cut it (fade) it gives me a slight cut, which the ProV1 (due to it's spin ability) would give me a slice.

It's a wonderful ball to control and the distance is just as good or better than the ProV1.

Customer Service:
None...though Titleist is obviously a reputable company.

Similar Products Used:
ProV1 (it's not a similar product due to it's high spin....the ProV1 is a great ball...just too much spin for my game).



Review Date
July 19, 2011

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 4 of 5

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Reviewed by: Orrain ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
NXT Tour 2011

Summary:
Terrific Ball, Usually went for Srixon Soft Feel or occasionally Z-Star. Considerin Big Darren, made me a tidy sum last weekend, decided to splash out an I was not let down. Very 1st drive smoked 290ish and arrow straight. But its the feel off wedges (my cg14 is made to hit them!) and putter is outstanding, for €25 you cant go wrong.

Customer Service:
I service the customers

Similar Products Used:
Dtsolo, Srixon Soft, Z-Star



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