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How much are 100 dozen custom pro V1 golf balls with logo

We frequently get calls asking,  How much are 100 dozen pro V1 golf balls with my company logo? Sometimes Titleist runs a promotion so it’s always best to call for the current price. Below are some facts for quantity purchases of Titleist logo golf balls.

  • Pro V1x are the same prices as Pro V1.
  • We only sell golf balls factory direct. This means your logo is put on at the Titleist factory.
  • Special prices are not published. Titleist restricts online discounting.
  • We can drop ship directly to your tournament or function.
  • Rush production and expedited frieght shipping are available for a reasonable additional cost.
  • 12 dozen is the minimum order.
  • Additional quantity discounts are available at 24, 48, 120, and 500+ dozen.
  • Up to a 5 color logo is included for all prices we quote.
  • Special packaging options are available including boxes, box/tee sets, and any combination you can imagine. If you want to create something completely unique, including adding your own product to a custom package, or if you need fulfillment services for a promotion, call for details.

Retail price for standard Pro V1 is $58. Custom golf balls with quantity discount are usually 20% or more off retail. Visit our online store for an instant price quote for Titleist Pro V1 Custom Logo Golf Balls.

Gift reminder- give the gift you’d like to receive. If you only play Pro V1’s, why would you give everyone else something less?  This is the most popular golf ball we sell becuase time after time when we tell our customers to ask around what balls their friends play, this is the number one answer. Buy for your audience. If a lower end tournament, but a different ball. If C-level executives are playing, this is the best choice.

logo golf balls

Logo golf balls are expected at golf tournaments. But are they the best value for your promotion or branding? This is very subjective, but let’s face it. Golf ball gifts fall into these categories:

The tournament goodie bag gift. You’ll buy anything just so you can stuff the bag because everyone needs golf balls. This philosophy is best for lower end tournaments with entry fees of under $200. The Nike Juice 312 logo golf balls fits the bill at around $25 per dozen, or you can even find under $20 with some Callaway golf balls. If you stick with a name brand, almost anyone will use the golf balls.

But here’s a tip. Don’t buy Titleist DT golf balls for your celebrity or executive golf tournament. Go big or go different. What I mean is, splurge for the Titleist Pro V1 or pick a golf ball that the recipient might not know as much about. When you play Titleist, you generally know the other balls in the product line, and you know which ones you definitely don’t want to play. I find a larger percentage of executive players prefer the Titleist Pro V1. If you give them a DT ball, they are just as likely to ignore it until they don’t have any other balls in the bag, or give it away. In any case, your company name will always be associated with that ‘cheaper ball I don’t like’. Bridgestone has a good reputation and growing interest. If you want to slash the budget, you can give Bridgestone E6+ LOGO golf balls or Bridgestone Tour B330-RX LOGO golf balls. The Bridgestone is a sneaky pick. The person may think ” I’ve always wanted to try one” or “I’ve been hearing great things about Bridgestone”. In any case, it’s highly unlikely they will conjure NEGATIVE feelings which you want to avoid. And by the way, there is a whole wave of golfers switching to Titleist, especially in Arizona so it’s a winner.

The keeper gift. I’ve gotten a few of these. Eventually I use them and lose them, but I keep them around a lot longer because of sentimental value. For example, I’ve hung onto Syracuse alumni, Miami Dolphins, and Oak Hill Country Club Golf balls. I know I can get more so I eventually I didn’t care. Add a date or event name with a special logo, and you may have a ball that will go on a ‘golf ball wall’. That’s one of those special cabinets with spots to add a golf ball in each cubby hole. Lot’s of serious golfers have these for special keepsake balls.

Visit our online store for a selection of our logo golf balls

The one reason not to give away golf balls? They don’t last! Golf balls will eventually get lost in most cases. If giving golf balls, I recommend finding another permanent way to also reach the recipient if your promotional gift is part of a serious effort to connect with the recipients. The reality is golf balls are appreciated when it’s the right ball for the audience so this is a gift that will continue for all time. I’d rather receive a great golf ball than a cheap tee & plastic marker set that I won’t use.

Personally, I play with personalized golf balls all the time, as well as the logo golf balls people give me. I pay about the same for my custom balls as for regular ones. I put my domain name on every ball. If someone finds a golf ball that says CEOGOLFSHOP.COM there’s a good chance they may look me up!