JT Puts 2019 Pro V1 to the Test: A New Advantage

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Full Wedges and Short Irons √
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Justin Thomas has now seen how the new 2019 Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls perform for every aspect of his game - chips and pitch shots around the green, full wedges and iron approaches from the fairway and tee shots with his new TS3 driver. In the final stage of his evaluation, Justin and team now head to the golf course for a thorough examination of the new models under real playing conditions.

Testing and comparing golf balls on the golf course is the most important phase of the golf ball fitting process because it reveals subtleties that can't be discerned on the practice range.

How well does the golf ball perform in a variety of winds? Can I control the ball flight and hit high shots and low shots easily? Can I trust carry distances and work the ball to attack tucked pins? In the short game can I make the ball stop on a dime? Or check and release if that's what the shot calls for? These are all questions that Justin asked of both models as he teed it up a few weeks ago.

And the results?

"We were able to look a the new Pro V1 and Pro V1x, trying to find a ball that may benefit me and we feel like we did that," Justin said. "I’m very excited for next year. Hopefully it holds a lot of great things for us."

Stay tuned to see which new model Justin will be teeing up for the 2019 season, as he returns to action on January 3rd at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. We'll be bringing you all the latest developments from Maui and sharing how the new 2019 Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls are giving an edge to Justin and many other players around the globe.