THE TEST SCORES ARE IN: TITLEIST IS ONCE AGAIN THE #1 BALL AT THE NCAA DIVISION I MEN’S AND WOMEN’S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS.Titleist is also the Top Choice Across Every Major Equipment Category at Men’s Championship
Fairhaven, MA (May 30, 2008) – The results are in, and Titleist is once again ahead of the curve. At the 2008 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Golf Championships, the most important on-course test of the year for collegiate golfers, the overwhelming majority of players trust one ball above all others. Titleist. Given the option to play any golf ball they please, year after year when it matters most, the country’s best and brightest rely upon the advanced technology and superior performance of the Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x for their success.
At the NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championship, 130 players in the field of 156 relied upon Titleist golf balls, more than 10 times the nearest competitor with 12.
Titleist also was the overwhelming favorite of more players than any other brand across every major golf club category including drivers (56), iron sets (66), fairway metals (112), utility metals (35), wedges (180) and putters (71). Visit our Golf Club Leaderboard at: http://www.titleist.com/leaderboard/equipment_counts.asp?tabID=3 to learn more about Titleist’s golf club success at every level of competitive golf.
It was more of the same at the NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Championship, where 120 of the 126 players relied upon Titleist golf balls, that is over 95% of the field and 24 times more players than the nearest competitor with 5.
As the overwhelming choice at the Men’s and Women’s NCAA Division I Championships, more of the best players in collegiate golf reaffirm that there is, in fact, a difference between a golf ball and the #1 ball in golf. Titleist.
Titleist, FootJoy and Cobra comprise the major golf brands of the Acushnet Company, an operating company of Fortune Brands, Inc. (NYSE - FO). For more information, contact Joe Gomes, Director of Communications (508.979.3211) or visit us online at www.titleist.com.
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