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Thanks for the link Plano.  I did a search and it came up empty....maybe I did something wrong.

 

I'm looking forward to trying the ball and I like the yellow option.  I do see them better.

 

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I like them a lot but it's mostly because there is an yellow option. I think the price is a little high as others have mentioned though. Unless the price comes down I probably won't be switching to them full time.

 

By the way hello all, yes I am still alive just been a crazy holiday season here at my office.

 

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Bought a sleeve of these balls from our pro shop just to see what the were about. Ball has a great feel and seems to sit down well when spun. The ball is 5-10 yards longer than ProV. The only downside I've seen in 36 holes is the finish doesn't seem extremely durable...not bad but seems to become a little dull. Bought a dozen based on experience and the only thing I don't like is the price. Don't know what Tiitleist long term plan is for this ball.

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Bought a sleeve of these balls from our pro shop just to see what the were about. Ball has a great feel and seems to sit down well when spun. The ball is 5-10 yards longer than ProV. The only downside I've seen in 36 holes is the finish doesn't seem extremely durable...not bad but seems to become a little dull. Bought a dozen based on experience and the only thing I don't like is the price. Don't know what Tiitleist long term plan is for this ball.

I've transitioned to the Vice Pro plus this season. I wouldn't consider playing AVXs at this price. Vice's price point to performance/feel is great for me. I can't justify playing anything else till I improve by driving accuracy. Durability is a tradeoff for Vice, but if I lose 3 balls a round, paying $48 for AVXs isn't worth it. I believe for a majority of average golfers who play on a budget will not buy AVXs regularly.

 

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We cannot get these here in the Uk.

Would any of you guys consider sending me a three pack out to test??

 

Message me if you would and we can sort something out.

 

Thanks

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Sounds like a full go for these to market.

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I've transitioned to the Vice Pro plus this season. I wouldn't consider playing AVXs at this price. Vice's price point to performance/feel is great for me. I can't justify playing anything else till I improve by driving accuracy. Durability is a tradeoff for Vice, but if I lose 3 balls a round, paying $48 for AVXs isn't worth it. I believe for a majority of average golfers who play on a budget will not buy AVXs regularly.

 

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Agree, I have been a little mini test of AVX, Pro V & Chrome Soft. Pro V not for me, distance OK but not enough. AVX distance & feel pretty good BUT both the ProV & AVX can't justify the price tag. Chrome Soft is the winner on distance/feel and price, $31.00.

 

 

 

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Agree, I have been a little mini test of AVX, Pro V & Chrome Soft. Pro V not for me, distance OK but not enough. AVX distance & feel pretty good BUT both the ProV & AVX can't justify the price tag. Chrome Soft is the winner on distance/feel and price, $31.00.

 

 

 

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Chrome Soft is a great ball...not just how it performs, but the price tag is so on point.

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Just seen where the new Titleist AVX ball is going into full production. If you'll remember it was only available in 3 states last fall. Apparently it was a hit because now it's going to be available everywhere. The cost it said would be $48. I'll probably pick up a sleeve to try out. Anyone out there already tried these? If so what did you think? I'm sure we talked about this last fall but can't remember what was said and couldn't find the thread on it.

 

 

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I bought a dz in FL in Oct. Good ball. Soft, spins a LOT! Also, costs $50/dz. I'm out.

 

 

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If that's the ball type that you like the chrome soft is a better choice.

 

Same ball - $11 cheaper.

 

Neither ball is for me.

 

 

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Here's the thread from Oct, if I did this correctly...

 

Titleist AVX

https://forum.mygolfspy.com/index.php?/topic/21363-Titleist-AVX

 

 

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It's easier to find a thread when you're the one who started it . Thanks for finding it.

 

 

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If that's the ball type that you like the chrome soft is a better choice.

 

Same ball - $11 cheaper.

 

Neither ball is for me.

 

 

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Thanks for the input. That sucks as I don't really like the chrome soft

 

 

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I have a sleeve of these in the garage. Not a bad ball but just not for me. And the price point misses the target audience

 

 

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Price is going to limit my desire to try it. Chrome soft is a great ball for less.

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I have a sleeve of these in the garage. Not a bad ball but just not for me. And the price point misses the target audience

 

 

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Depends on how you look at it. It's another tour ball that gives an option for someone who the pro v1 or 1x doesn't work for but still wants to play that caliber ball and with the price of the new choromsoft being $44 it's not over priced

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Why should I use this over the Pro V1? 3 balls in the same category price wise. When will it stop?

 

8 sets of irons

2 different drivers

2 different fairways

2 different hybrids

14 bounce/grind options

320 putters

 

Now a skewed range of golf balls.

 

Long story short, I'm buying some to try out, because why not?

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