The Pro V1 was introduced in 2000 and quickly became the most popular ball on the professional Tours.
Titleist designed a more durable three-piece ball, instead of the more common two-piece ball that had durability issues. According to Titleist, the core of the ball is made of Polybutadiene, the second layer is Ionomer and the outer white layer is Urethane Elastomer.
The Pro V1, with its high-spin design, will grab the green on a full shot--even for the weekend golfer.
High-spin balls such as the Pro V1 can cause more slices and hooks.
According to Titleist, the playoff at the 2009 Masters between Chad Campbell, Kenny Perry and green jacket winner Angel Cabrera was a three-way Pro V1 playoff.
Titleist's MSRP is $58, but you can expect to pay between $45 and $55 per Pro V1 dozen, depending on where you shop.