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Adam Scott Edges Ernie Els in all-Titleist Playoff at Singapore Open

Two of the world's top-ranked players squared off in what proved to be an all-Titleist three-hole playoff at the Barclays Singapore Open.  Adam Scott successfully defended his title when he birdied the third extra hole, prevailing over fellow Titleist brand ambassador Ernie Els.  The win marked Scott's first victory of the year and his 11th as a professional.  Both players relied upon a Pro V1 golf ball and 14 Titleist clubs for their success, including the Pro Titanium 905R, the most played 460cc driver on the PGA Tour.

What's In the Bag?:
Adam Scott: Pro V1 golf ball, Pro Titanium 905R driver (8.5), PT 906 fairway metal (18.5), Forged 695MB irons (3-P), Prototype 2-iron, Vokey Design Spin Milled sand (56) and lob (60) wedges, Scotty Cameron putter.

Ernie Els: Pro V1x golf ball, Pro Titanium 905R driver (9.5), PT 906 fairway metals (15.0, 18.0), Forged 695MB irons (3-P), Vokey Design Spin Milled sand (54) and lob (59) wedges, Scotty Cameron putter.

Scott and Els topped a leaderboard that included 10 Titleist players among the 11 who finished in the top 10 and ties.  Titleist was the most played golf ball at the event with 116 players (77%), over 100 more than the nearest competitor with 15.

U.S PGA TOUR:  The winner of the Canadian Open relied upon a PT 906 fairway metal (15.0) and a Vokey Design gap wedge to win his second title of the year, setting the course record with a first round 63.  

Titleist golf ball players occupied the next six positions on the leaderboard, including runner-up Bart Bryant (Pro V1x), who missed a playoff by one shot.  Sean O'Hair (Pro V1x) finished solo third and Titleist ambassador Brett Quigley (Pro V1, Pro Titanium 905R driver, Pro Trajectory 904F 3-wood, Forged 704.CB irons, Vokey Design prototype sand wedge and Spin Milled lob wedge, Scotty Cameron putter) was alone in fourth.  Camilo Villegas (Pro V1), Jonathan Byrd (Pro V1x) and Steve Lowery (Pro V1) were among five players tied for fifth.

Overall, Titleist was the most played golf ball at the Bell Canadian Open by a 123 to 10 margin, more than 12 times the nearest competitor.  Titleist was also the choice of more players than any other brand in the iron (40/26%), wedge (152/46%) and putter (60/39%) categories.

To learn more about Titleist's golf club success on the PGA Tour, the PGA Professional National Championship and at major amateur events, visit the new Titleist Golf Club leaderboard at:   http://titleist.com/leaderboard/default.asp

PGA EUROPEAN TOUR: Bradley Dredge (Pro V1x) won the Omega European Masters in Switzerland by eight strokes, the widest margin of victory this season on the PGA European Tour.  It marked the second career win for Dredge who fired four consecutive rounds in the 60s, including a final round 4-under 67 to finish at 17-under 267.

Titleist was the most played golf ball at the event with 126 players, more than nine times the nearest competitor with 13.  Dredge's victory was the 25th for Titleist players on the 2006 PGA European Tour, more than four times the nearest competitor with 6.

LPGA TOUR: Cristie Kerr (Pro V1) rallied from a two-shot deficit over the final eight holes to capture the John Q. Hammons Hotel Classic.  Kerr, who posted the lowest round on tour this year with a  10-under 61 on Saturday, shot a final-round 3-under 68 to finish the three-round tournament at 14-under 199.  It was her ninth career victory and third of the season.

Overall, Titleist was the most played golf ball at the event with 112 players (79%), more than six times the nearest competitor with 17.   Kerr's victory was the 15th for Titleist players on the 2006 LPGA Tour, more than twice the nearest competitor with 6.

JAPAN GOLF TOUR: Y.E. Yang (Pro V1) claimed his first victory of the season and the fourth of his JGTO career by capturing the Suntory Open by six shots over two players, including Pro V1x loyalist Toru Taniguchi.  Yang fired four consecutive rounds in the 60s including a final round 7-under 63.  The win was the fourth by a Titleist golf ball player on the 2006 Japan Golf Tour.  

WORLDWIDE WINS: With four more wins this week, Titleist golf ball players have accumulated 122 victories across the 2006 worldwide professional tours, 100 more than the nearest competitor with 22.

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