Serious question. How much of a trajectory difference do you there is in the AVX and say a higher launching ball than say the ProV1x? 1 maybe 2 degrees launch angle max with a driver? It will also become less discernible in in the longer irons and virtually non discernible in the short irons and wedges.
Itís not LAUCH ANGLE that is lower with AVX. It is the flight of the ball.
The initial launch angle is virtually identical. The AVX has a noticeably lower flight because of its low-trajectory dimple design. It is quite a bit lower off the driver than ProV1x. AVX has one of the lowest driver trajectories I have ever seen, ProV1x just about the highest b
Itís gonna be insignificant in short clubs no matter what but what average golfer needs a lower flying long iron and I still donít see that be super significant in that regard. Maybe Iím wrong but didnít you mention in another thread about hitting a 5 iron 155 yards or there abouts? No offense intended but I donít know anyone who hits a 5 iron less than say 185 yards concerned with ballooning. Itís not like the ball is gonna fly on a line and just drop and stop. Are you trying to get a lower trajectory and run the ball up more?
I am talking about driver trajectory primarily. The low spin and low trajectory gives me a good bit of extra distance.
I hit AVX the same distance with irons as most other balls. But it does fly lower. The downside is the possibility is more release on iron shots but it really doesnít seem to create any problems for me.
My point remains. The difference is not in degrees of launch angle but in height of the trajectory. In fact, what minor initial launch differences there are will probably being the lower spin AVX departing the clubface slightly higher, not lower.
P.S. by the way AVX does also fly lower with short irons too but I am NOT saying that is an advantage. It is what it is.
Edited by North Butte, 02 May 2018 - 07:00 PM.