What we say...
Chris Ryan, PGA professional: “I really struggled to notice much difference between the NXT and the NXT Tour. Less spin on the wedge means this is a great option for decent golfers playing winter golf, when spin isn’t important. Club golfers may be better off with the standard NXT.”
2009, Updated Model - Review
While testing Tour Calibre balls, Mark said that although he liked the two Titleists, he was looking forward to seeing how much response he ‘d lose with a firmer model. With the NXT Tour he still got loads of feel – but with more distance. He carried it 262 yards! Edward thought it was solid but lacked feel.
If you simply can’t afford to play the Pro V1 then Titleist have created the NXT Tour ball designed to offer a blend of distance and short-game performance at a lower price.
The three-piece ball features a large, multi-layer core with a soft centre for low spin and greater distance with the driver and longer irons. But the soft and thin blended cover is designed to impart short-game spin and enhance feel closer to the green without compromising durability. Take this out onto the course to see how it performs for you.
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Titleist Balls User Reviews
I found one of these nearly new on the course and took to it straight away. It is long of the tee and I get loads of control and spin around the greens. Of the putter only the pro v1 is better and it is much cheaper than the pro v1's so perfect if you feel pro v1's are too expensive but still want a ball which performs pretty much the same way.
Long off the tee, good control around the greens and good feel. Probably a better ball for mid handicappers than Pro V1 and at around £1/ball cheaper a good buy.