The Best - The ProV1x was introduced in 2003 into the ProV1 product line. This ball fits playing styles oriented to touch versus distance
The Best - Titleist continued its dominance of professional golf by introducing the ProV1 in 2000. The ProV1 set the gold standard that most cannot touch.
Budget Pick - Callaway makes an excellent ball for around half the price of the Titleist options
Speed and Loft - The TP5x has an interesting combination of high ball speed and high loft. The combo gives solid control on long shots
Length vs. Control - The E6 delivers length off the tee but has lower spin than the other models
Feel - The ProV1x spins more, has a higher ball trajectory and has more spin than its sister ProV1x.
There is a reason that 50% of professionals use one of the two models
Distance - We found the ProV1 to have the longest distance that we tested while still remaining accurate.
Loft - The Callaway ball core causes a high launch angle from all clubs. Many find this advantageous with woods and long irons
Distance and Control - The TP5x trades off some distance for a higher ball trajectory, but we find it to be close enough to the ProV1
Distance - We found this ball to be the second longest on the list after the ProV1.
Distance - You will sacrifice some distance for the extra spin and loft, but we think the ProV1x fits more amateur playing styles than the ProV1
Approach and Chipping - The increased spin and loft of the ProV1x is key for short approaches and chips. If that is a weaker area of your game, the ProV1x may be a better option
Spin - This ball does not impart as much spin as other options making it weaker on approach shots
Spin - This ball does not spin as well as the others but there is some compensation for the highest loft on the list to keep the ball under control
Spin - If your game depends on a soft touch and imparting backspin, there are other models that fit better