Pros: Spin, trajectory, yellow
I got a sleeve of these when the Titleist rep was at my local course. I put them to use and was very surprised how well they perform. They stop on greens about as well as urethane balls for all shots except short green side chips. The trajectory helps with this. They sail medium-high and have a near vertical drop instead of more of an arc. That limits run out on drives but pays off with irons shots to the green. Overall distance is about average. Durability is good and, of course, better than urethane. The bright yellow color is easy to see. The price is only about 10 bucks less than tour balls, so you will need to decide if they are worth the price savings over a ProV1.