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My TP5 pre-order arrived today, but TP5x have not shipped yet. Looking forward to some TrackMan sessions once I have them both. I've played TP5 for the past two seasons, but was a huge fan of the original TP5x. Hoping the new TP5x is as good as has been claimed.

 

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Does it seem to anyone else the TP5X may be delayed?  Supposed to release this Friday and no shipping yet when I ordered the day they opened up.  I really hope not, would love to being them to Florida Sunday . 

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I swung up to the local crack house (aka PGA Superstore) to buy the new ball and put some of the new TP5x's into play yesterday.  All positive changes from the prior model - best change I noticed was 1) how well it cut through wind, especially side wind and 2) the feel off the wedges and putter was improved.  

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17 hours ago, toddmanley said:

I swung up to the local crack house (aka PGA Superstore) to buy the new ball and put some of the new TP5x's into play yesterday.  All positive changes from the prior model - best change I noticed was 1) how well it cut through wind, especially side wind and 2) the feel off the wedges and putter was improved.  

How was the green side spin and spin on full wedges?  

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10 hours ago, toddmanley said:

Good, but I wasn't zipping balls back by any means.  More of a stop'n'drop with a yard or two of rollout.

Kinda concerning for this time of season. Where are you playing and how hard are the greens?

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57 minutes ago, Fairways_and_Greens said:

Kinda concerning for this time of season. Where are you playing and how hard are the greens?

Playing Cinnabar in San Jose, CA. Greens are super firm and fast. Played the TP5x again today and had a better ball striking day with approach shots. Had several 7-9 iron shots land and roll out ~8-10 feet. 

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1 hour ago, toddmanley said:

Playing Cinnabar in San Jose, CA. Greens are super firm and fast. Played the TP5x again today and had a better ball striking day with approach shots. Had several 7-9 iron shots land and roll out ~8-10 feet. 


Is that normal for your course; and is it better / worse tram ‘normal’ ?

 

Did you by any chance try another other ball to compare to ?

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Would you be able to compare putter feel to last version (and 2017 if possible)? I feel like last version TP5x was extremely firm and a little jumpy off the putter, but not necessarily clicky.

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Anyone have an idea when TM will be allowing custom orders for the new TP5X? Looking to get a case of my number and business logo, just trying to get an idea on how long it’ll be before they let retailers place special orders. 

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1 hour ago, golf_addict73 said:

Anyone have an idea when TM will be allowing custom orders for the new TP5X? Looking to get a case of my number and business logo, just trying to get an idea on how long it’ll be before they let retailers place special orders. 

It’s already available. Just ordered 6 dozen custom myself 

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2 hours ago, KC4441 said:

It’s already available. Just ordered 6 dozen custom myself 

I know I saw it on the website for number and their stock images. Wasn’t sure about the true custom orders. 
 

I’ll get up with my buddy and see if he can put the order in tomorrow. 

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On 3/7/2021 at 7:08 PM, KC4441 said:

It’s already available. Just ordered 6 dozen custom myself 

Got my order in yesterday for my custom number and business logo. Not sure the timeframe, but looking forward to the new X for sure. 

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On 3/6/2021 at 6:48 PM, c50sooner said:

Would you be able to compare putter feel to last version (and 2017 if possible)? I feel like last version TP5x was extremely firm and a little jumpy off the putter, but not necessarily clicky.

The new model feels quite a bit softer off the putter than the previous version.  I'd say it actually feels a little bit softer than the new Pro V1x.  Taylormade definitely seems to have a winner here.  

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I’ve been playing the left dash Prov since it came out, probably over 150 rounds with that ball. I recently tested the new TP5x on gc quad and after a couple of sessions, I’m very impressed. Spin is up on all clubs which is a good thing to me and carry yardage is the same if not better across everything except maybe driver where yardage is relatively the same. Ball speed is up a hair on everything and dispersion is better than the left dash. Haven’t played outside with it yet and still a few weeks from doing that but color me curious. I’ll be continuing to test it in the simulator and then hopefully get to put it in play next weekend for the real test. Taylormade definitely has a winner here though. 

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6 minutes ago, StillCantPutt said:

I’ve been playing the left dash Prov since it came out, probably over 150 rounds with that ball. I recently tested the new TP5x on gc quad and after a couple of sessions, I’m very impressed. Spin is up on all clubs which is a good thing to me and carry yardage is the same if not better across everything except maybe driver where yardage is relatively the same. Ball speed is up a hair on everything and dispersion is better than the left dash. Haven’t played outside with it yet and still a few weeks from doing that but color me curious. I’ll be continuing to test it in the simulator and then hopefully get to put it in play next weekend for the real test. Taylormade definitely has a winner here though. 


Thanks for your early thoughts.

 

Still very high on my radar too.

 

Yellow TP5X not released until Mid April in the U.K. And no golf until COVID restrictions start getting lifted on March 29th anyway....


But I’ll be trying as soon as I’m able !

 

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Ive been a diehard loyal TM ball guy for years now, and I have always found the TP5Xs to outperform the others, and Ive done all kinds of testing, but I am not a fan of the new 2021 TP5Xs.  I put them in play today and had my worst round in over a year.  It spins waaaaaay too much off the long clubs, so tiny mishits were exacerbated.  It was windy and although it penetrated well into the wind, if there was a side wind and a slight toe or heel, forgetaboutit.  I noticed slightly more spin on wedge approaches, but were talking very minor, and nowhere near enough to justify the excessive increase in spin on the rest of the clubs.  Usually with the '19 TP5Xs, I get drop and bounce once with 1-3 yds roll.  The '21 Xs were .5-2.  

 

The excessive spin was most evident off the driver face.  My playing partners were shocked to see slight toe hits fading off into the schmutz multiple times today when they usually are right side of the fairway playable for me.  Luckily I had some old '19 balls in my trunk, so I ran out at the turn and saved about 7 shots on the back using one of my old '19 TP5Xs.

 

To each their own obviously, but that was my one and down experience.  FWIW, Im a high spin player to begin with, so I seek out the lowest spinning urethane balls with just the minimal amount of spin necessary to bite on short game shots (the most important variable to me is how little they spin of long clubs and driver). My driver SS is ~114. This iteration of these balls are NOT for players like me, in my opinion.  I kinda feel like TM is trying to increase its market by widening the audience to take more chrome soft users by adding so much spin.  Guys who want more spin will probably like this year's X better than the previous.  Thats my $.02.  Sad too, because I was very pumped for these.

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2 hours ago, Shockandawe said:

Ive been a diehard loyal TM ball guy for years now, and I have always found the TP5Xs to outperform the others, and Ive done all kinds of testing, but I am not a fan of the new 2021 TP5Xs.  I put them in play today and had my worst round in over a year.  It spins waaaaaay too much off the long clubs, so tiny mishits were exacerbated.  It was windy and although it penetrated well into the wind, if there was a side wind and a slight toe or heel, forgetaboutit.  I noticed slightly more spin on wedge approaches, but were talking very minor, and nowhere near enough to justify the excessive increase in spin on the rest of the clubs.  Usually with the '19 TP5Xs, I get drop and bounce once with 1-3 yds roll.  The '21 Xs were .5-2.  

 

The excessive spin was most evident off the driver face.  My playing partners were shocked to see slight toe hits fading off into the schmutz multiple times today when they usually are right side of the fairway playable for me.  Luckily I had some old '19 balls in my trunk, so I ran out at the turn and saved about 7 shots on the back using one of my old '19 TP5Xs.

 

To each their own obviously, but that was my one and down experience.  FWIW, Im a high spin player to begin with, so I seek out the lowest spinning urethane balls with just the minimal amount of spin necessary to bite on short game shots (the most important variable to me is how little they spin of long clubs and driver). My driver SS is ~114. This iteration of these balls are NOT for players like me, in my opinion.  I kinda feel like TM is trying to increase its market by widening the audience to take more chrome soft users by adding so much spin.  Guys who want more spin will probably like this year's X better than the previous.  Thats my $.02.  Sad too, because I was very pumped for these.

 

Your experience is very much what the TXG guys cited in their review... basically that a subset of players that loved the '19 TP5x's would not like the '21 model. It sounds like you might be a candidate for the ProV1 Left Dash.

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The '21 TP5X might just be the perfect ball (for me). It spins perfectly off of every club and it's softer than the last X, which I thought was too hard. Durability is exceptional as well. I'm sold.

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16 hours ago, UNDY24 said:

 

Your experience is very much what the TXG guys cited in their review... basically that a subset of players that loved the '19 TP5x's would not like the '21 model. It sounds like you might be a candidate for the ProV1 Left Dash.

You're right.  I watched the review after I posted and I was like yup, that sounds like me! lol  They were much more diplomatic about it in their review, as they usually are.  Also, his swing is muuuuch more consistent than mine, so the spin outliers that I sometimes see on mishits arent an issue for him, and didnt show up in his numbers.

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Disappointing that the new version seems to have lost the characteristics that made it unique to other options in the market 

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Disappointing that the new version seems to have lost the characteristics that made it unique to other options in the market 


You've obviously done some testing.....

 

Can you share your thoughts / findings ?

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17 hours ago, sevenfourate said:


You've obviously done some testing.....

 

Can you share your thoughts / findings ?

I switched to the TP5x in ‘17 when Titleist muddied the waters (imo) on the Pro V1 line, and used the ‘19 TP5x for same reason. I found it to be more stable in the wind, a bit longer off the tee, and I preferred the reduced spin through the mid irons even if I maybe would’ve preferred a bit more green side grab. 
 

I tested the LD and switched bc I found it did everything the TP5x did and was a little better around the greens (plus comfortable of the consistency of quality from Titleist given their mfc capability). When I tried the ‘21 TP5x, the fixed the green side spin issue, but in turn moved the ball overall towards the V1x rather than the LD scale in performance through the middle of the bag, and I didn’t love that. 

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