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Titleist upgrades popular NXT line for 2010
January 13, 2010

Titleist's hugely successful NXT balls have been upgraded for 2010, with promises of more distsance, accuracy, stopping power and feel in the multi-layer and solid ball categories.

The multi-layer NXT Tour and new solid technology NXT represent the most advanced generation yet of the Titleist NXT brand, the UK's second biggest selling golf ball model family across all brands, behind Titleist's own Pro V1, according to the most recent Golf Datatech Survey

“The New NXT Tour and New NXT deliver even higher performance and longer distance, further establishing each model as benchmarks in their respective categories,” said George Sine, Vice President, Golf Ball Marketing and Strategic Planning, Acushnet Company. “Based upon comprehensive machine testing, as well as positive feedback captured during player testing with current NXT family loyalists and competitive golf ball users, we have delivered two exciting new ways for golfers to lower their scores.”

NEW NXT TOUR
Using advanced multi-layer technology, the New NXT Tour will be longer off the driver and long irons for most golfers, while delivering consistent shot-stopping greenside control, soft feel on all shots and outstanding durability.

Titleist NXT Tour core Titleist NXT Tour cover Titleist NXT Tour A.I.M.
Large, faster 1.58" dual core, multi-layer design provides longer distance and soft feel on all shots. Soft, thinner, more durable Fusablend cover for soft feel and exceptional control into and around the green. Tour-validated A.I.M. sidestamp assists in alignment at address off the tee, as well as when putting.

The new NXT Tour features a low-count, high-coverage Tour-proven 332 Icosahedral dimple pattern in seven different sizes, combined with a Staggered Wave parting line contributes to enhanced aerodynamics and longer distance off the driver and long irons.

“The new, advanced design of the NXT Tour offers an outstanding balance of overall high performance and control,” said Bill Morgan, Senior Vice President, Golf Ball Research & Development, Acushnet Company. “The New NXT Tour pushes the envelope of advanced multi-layer solid core technology, delivering longer distance, soft feel and shot-stopping spin.”

Titleist NXT Tour

The New NXT Tour will be available from March in the traditional dozens and three-ball sleeves at a suggested retail price of £30 per dozen.

NEW NXT
The newly designed NXT replaces the NXT Extreme, and improves upon its predecessor’s promise of extreme distance and straight ball flight. With high speed and low spin, the NXT provides the straightest flight within the Titleist golf ball family, and is also the most durable, cut-proof Titleist golf ball.

Titleist NXT core Titleist NXT cover Titleist NXT A.I.M.
Large and fast 1.575” solid core provides high velocity for extreme distance. Ionomer cover contributes to low spin on all shots for long, straight distance. High visibility A.I.M. sidestamp assists in alignment at address and when putting.

The NXT's higher coverage 332 Icosahedral multi-dimple pattern, combined with a Staggered Wave parting line, contributes to enhanced aerodynamics.

“The New NXT strengthens Titleist’s leadership position within the solid technology segment,” said Sine. “The New NXT has been designed to deliver best in category distance, straight flight and durability.”

Titlesit NXT

The New NXT will be available from March in the traditional dozens and three-ball sleeves at a suggested retail price of £26 per dozen.

 

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