Anywhere from 300-400 dimples, a Titleist Pro V 1 has 392.
The number 4 is for identification purposes only, this does not affect the amount of dimples. A Titleist golf ball usually has 332 dimples on a Pro V 1X, and 392 for a Pro V 1.
They are called dimples and there are between 300-450. On a Titleist Pro V 1 there are 392 dimples.
currently has a 352 dimple pattern
The difference between Titleist golf balls and other branded golf balls is simply the amount of dimples the ball has, the Titleist design helps the ball travel through rough and windy weather.
They are called dimples and there is usually between 300 and 450 of them. On a Titleist Pro V 1 there are 392 dimples.
Golf balls range in the amount of dimples they have and the patterns and sizes of the dimples on the balls, for example the Titleist ProV1 has 392 dimples whereas their DT Carry model has only 252.
there are 336 dimples on a golf ball.
336 dimples on a regulation golf ball
A golf ball with more dimples goes the furthest because the more dimples the straighteir the accurcy and line up is.
This is because Titleist has agreements in place with PGATOUR.COM and The Golf channel that they will indicate which players use a Titleist ball.
That is just the name of the ball, the NXT ball is one of Titleist products.
They are called dimples, and there is about 300- 400 dimples on a golf ball.
the titleist velocity golf ball
The dimples on a golf ball are designed to make the ball aerodynamic and fly as smoothly through the air as it can. The reason there are so many dimples as it is as many as they can fit on the golf ball to give it the best flight.
its not how you mark your ball, its how you mark your titleist.
It would be a golf ball. No, a baseball does not have dimples
They are called dimples, there is between 330 and 400 dimples on a golf ball, it varies from manufacturer to manufacturer.
there are 538 average dimples on a golf ball
A golf ball may have 236 dimples.
A golf ball
Titleist ProV1 X