48 Titleist Pro V1 2021 Yellow Bucket

77 reviews
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The Titleist Pro V1 2021 Yellow golf ball offers total performance and features longer distance, high trajectory, low long game spin, increased Drop-and-Stop™ greenside control with a softer feel.


    The spherically-tiled 348 tetrahedral dimple design has been optimized for the Pro V1 Yellow to maximize distance while delivering a high and consistent flight. Best for all players that prioritize performance, and need or want higher flight and spin.

        Player Benefits

        • - Longer Distance with Consistent Flight
        • - Low Long Game Spin
        • - High Trajectory
        • - Increased Drop-and-Stop Short Game Control
        • - Softer Feel
        • - Total Performance with High Flight
        • - Optic Yellow


        A reformulated 2.0 ZG Process dual core delivers increased distance.


        New, softer cast urethane elastomer cover – the softest cover formulation ever used on a Pro V1 – increases greenside spin for more control in the short game.


        The faster high-flex casing layer adds speed and lowers long game spin. This highly-resilient, high-speed ionomer was initially developed for and validated by Pro V1x Left Dash.

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Ken M
Published on April 22, 2024 | Ordered on April 1, 2024
Ordered a 48 bucket of near-mint 2021 Yellow Pro V1s. Balls look good as new -most of them have markings or a logo. Have played with them and they seem like regular Titleist product. Will definitely order again.
David S
Published on April 14, 2024 | Ordered on March 28, 2024
ordered them in fine condition...arrived as ordered!
D'yanni R
Published on April 7, 2024 | Ordered on March 23, 2024
First rate product as always
Published on March 19, 2024 | Ordered on March 3, 2024
Order Pristine or mint. The extra expense is worth it.
anonymous anonymous
Published on January 7, 2024 | Ordered on December 21, 2023
not mint as stated. Lots of markings etc. on the balls from various permanent markers, etc