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ProV1X compared to Nike One Tour

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I normally play the ProV1X. I was given a dozen Nike One Tour (Red box) and I was wondering how the two compared just so I had some idea what to except when I put them in play for the first time.

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I played both today and I really liked the Nike ball. The titleist was too much for me and had too much sidespin for my driver and such. The Nike worked pretty good for me and it had a scuff on one side of it. I liked it a lot and it worked great getting on the green and sticking pretty well.

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I normally play the ProV1X. I was given a dozen Nike One Tour (Red box) and I was wondering how the two compared just so I had some idea what to except when I put them in play for the first time.

Well, one is the number one ball in golf (Titleist), and the other isn't (Nike)

One will leave you close to the pin for birdie (Titleist), the other will leave you somewhere OB (Nike) One will drive 290+ yards down the center of the fairway on an easy swing (Titleist), The other would be lucky to drive pass the ladies tees (Nike) One has won more majors and tournaments than all others combined (Titleist), the other is played by a washed up has been golfer (Nike) So there you have it, but seriously both balls are about the same, and since you're not a pro you won't be able to tell the difference, so have fun playing both and enjoy your round

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Rudy,

I haven't played the newest Pro V1x as much as the Nike balls, but for me driving distance was very similar among all three. If forced to rank all three for distance I would say One Tour D, Pro V1x, One Tour from longest go shortest. Same order for driver spin, least to most.

If I were ranking wedge spin and putter softness, I'd say One Tour, Pro V1x, One Tour D, from most to least. I prefer the Pro V1x here. It feels ever so slightly less "clicky" than the Nike balls, without being mushy. Really hard to describe.

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If this chart is to be believed, there's not much difference...at least with the wedges.

Probably not to be believed.

My reasoning? The prov1x has a higher spin rate than the prov1. We all know titleist markets the prov1 as a higher spinning ball. Not to mention anyone who has even tried both the balls. They are very very different as far as spin and feel go. Must be wrong.

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Since your not a pro.... haha mate you have no idea.... Your so dam rude it is not even funny, grow up.

Im not a pro, I can very well tell a difference between them.

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Since your not a pro.... haha mate you have no idea.... Your so dam rude it is not even funny, grow up.

It's true, you're not a professional golfer, and I wasn't trying to be rude

Im not a pro, I can very well tell a difference between them.

I seriously doubt that you can, when known professional golfers cannot

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Well, one is the number one ball in golf (Titleist), and the other isn't (Nike)

Good post - thought you'd lost your mind until I read that last sentence - you got me!

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