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MULTIPLE VICTORIES. PROVEN PERFORMER.

Adam Scott Trusts Titleist from Tee-to-Green for 2nd Victory of the Year.

Adam Scott
2004 Booz Allen Champion

Fairhaven, MA (June 28, 2004) – Cementing his status as a proven closer, 23-year old Titleist ambassador Adam Scott tied the Booz Allen Classic scoring record en route to his second victory of the year. It marked Scott's third PGA Tour title in nine months while owning the 54-hole lead, and the seventh win of his young career. Firing four rounds in the 60s, Scott became the fifth multiple winner on the 2004 PGA Tour, all of whom trust Titleist golf balls for their success. His victory is Titleist's 21st through the first 26 events on this year's PGA Tour, compared to 2 for the nearest competitor. Additional wins on the PGA European, LPGA and Nationwide Tours advance Titleist's worldwide victory count to 73, more than all other golf balls combined.

WHAT'S IN ADAM’S BAG: Adam Scott trusts the Titleist Pro V1x golf ball and a full bag of Titleist equipment for his success:

GOLF BALL
Titleist Pro V1x
DRIVER Titleist Titanium 983E (8.5)
FAIRWAY METAL
Titleist Pro Trajectory 3-wood (15.0)
IRONS Titleist Prototype 2-iron; Titleist Forged (3-P)
WEDGES Vokey Design sand (56) and lob (60)
PUTTER Scotty Cameron by Titleist Newport 2 Stainless

RECORD PERFORMANCE: In addition to tying the 72-hole scoring record at the Booz Allen Classic with his 21-under 263, Scott also established a new opening 36-hole tournament record (14-under 128), breaking the previous mark by two strokes.

CLOSING TIME: Scott has now won all three times he has held the 54-hole lead, including victories at the 2003 Deutsche Bank Championship and the 2004 THE PLAYERS Championship. They also have all come at Tournament Players Club venues.

5 TIMES TITLEIST: Scott becomes the fifth multiple winner of the season, joining fellow Titleist ambassadors Ernie Els and Phil Mickelson, as well as Titleist Pro V1x loyalist Vijay Singh and another player. The fivesome has combined for a total of 11 victories, all with Titleist golf balls:

Vijay Singh
Titleist Pro V1x AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Shell Houston Open
HP Classic of New Orleans
Ernie Els Titleist Pro V1x Sony Open in Hawaii
The Memorial
Titleist Pro V1 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic
The Masters
Adam Scott Titleist Pro V1x

The PLAYERS Championship
Booz Allen Classic

Winner Titleist Pro V1 Byron Nelson Championship
Buick Classic

Jean-Francois Remesy
Open de France Winner

PGA European Tour: Titleist Pro V1x player Jean-Francois Remesy became the first Frenchmen in 35 years to win the Open de France. Remesy carded a final round even par 71 en route to a seven stroke victory and his second career PGA European Tour title. Remesy finished at 12-under 272. Titleist players have accounted for 11 victories on the 2004 PGA European Tour, compared to 4 for the nearest competitor.

Kim Saiki
Wegmans Rochester LPGA Champion

LPGA Tour: Titleist Pro V1 player Kim Saiki earned her first career win in 12 years on the LPGA Tour with a four-stroke victory at the Wegmans Rochester LPGA. Saiki shot a final round 1-under 71 to finish at 14-under 274. Titleist players have won six times on the LPGA Tour this year, more than any other competitor.

Kevin Stadler Wins First Career Nationwide Event

Nationwide Tour: Titleist Pro V1x player Kevin Stadler captured his first career Nationwide Tour title with a par on the fourth hole of a three-way playoff with Pro V1 player Bubba Watson (Pro V1) at the Lake Erie Charity Classic. The third player was eliminated with a bogey on the first playoff hole. Stadler’s victory earned him a Nationwide Tour exemption for the remainder of this year and all of 2005. His win also marks the 10th for Titleist golf ball players through the first 14 events on the 2004 Nationwide Tour, five times more than the nearest competitor with 2.

Bob Sowards
Club Pro Champion

PGA Club Professional Championship: Bob Sowards, an assistant professional at Wedgewood Golf & Country Club in Powell, Ohio, rallied to win the 37th PGA Club Professional Championship by a single shot over fellow Titleist Pro V1 player Mike Small. Eight of the top 10 finishers relied upon Titleist golf balls, 7 of 10 relied upon Titleist drivers, irons and wedges and 9 of the top 10 trusted Scotty Cameron by Titleist putters. The top 25 players earned invitations to the PGA Championship, 18 of who relied upon Titleist golf balls.

Direct from the Tour: To view exclusive interviews following every round of every PGA Tour event visit, including Booz Allen Classic champion Adam Scott, please visit our Direct from the Tour feature online at www.titleist.com.

Titleist, FootJoy and Cobra comprise the major golf brands of the Acushnet Company, an operating company of Fortune Brands, Inc. (NYSE - FO). Titleist, Cobra, FootJoy, Pro V1, Pro V1x, Titleist Titanium 983, Pro Trajectory 980F, Forged 690MB, Vokey Design and Scotty Cameron by Titleist are trademarks owned or licensed by Acushnet Company. For more information, please visit us online at www.titleist.com.

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