It was a 1-2-3 finish for Titleist golf ball loyalists at the D+D Real Czech Masters, as the 2012 NCAA individual champion Thomas Pieters (Pro V1x) claimed his first career European Tour title with a three-shot win over Pelle Edberg (Pro V1x) .

Pieters closed with a three-under 69 en route to a 20-under 268 victory total.

2013 U.S. Amateur champion Matthew Fitzpatrick (Pro V1x), who began his final round with four consecutive birdies, finished in solo third place, four shots back.

THE SURVEY SAYS: Titleist golf balls were the top choice of more players in the field of 156 with 115, over seven times the nearest competitor with 16.

The win is the 16th by Titleist golf ball loyalists on the 2014-15 European Tour, more than double the nearest competitor with 7 and more than all other golf balls combined.



Titleist golf ball loyalist Kris Tamulis (Pro V1) had to wait about 45 minutes before the final group finished, but it was worthwhile as she secured her first career win in 186 starts over 11 years on the LPGA Tour.

Tamulis earned the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic crown by firing a final round seven-under par 65, which tied her lowest round in relation to par ever, en route to a 17-under 271 victory total.

She actually played 29 holes on Sunday after a weather delay had suspended the third round.

“It's amazing,” Tamulis said after the victory. “I was definitely not expecting this today. I was just out there playing my game and I had a lot of opportunities for birdie, which was really nice to have. Honestly didn't even know what I shot until I counted my birdies at the end of the round. So it's unbelievable.”

Fellow Titleist golf ball loyalist Austin Ernst (Pro V1x) finished in a tie for second place, one shot behind Tamulis.

THE SURVEY SAYS: Titleist golf balls were the top choice of more players in the field of 143 with 110, eleven times the nearest competitor with 10.

The win was the ninth for Titleist golf ball players on the 2015 LPGA Tour, more than any other competitor.



Titleist golf ball loyalist Jeff Maggert (Pro V1x) captured the Dick's Sporting Goods Open for his fourth Champions Tour victory of the year.

Maggert closed with a 6-under-par 66 for a 14-under-par 202 total, two shots clear of runner-up Paul Goydos (Pro V1).

Maggert won two majors - the Regions Tradition in May and the U.S. Senior Open in July - and secured the Shaw Charity Classic three weeks ago in Canada.

Corey Pavin (Pro V1x), David Frost (Pro V1), Peter Senior (Pro V1), Jerry Smith (Pro V1) and Ian Woosnam (Pro V1x) all tied for third at 10-under as Titleist golf ball loyalists accounted for each of the top seven finishers.

THE SURVEY SAYS: Titleist golf balls were the top choice of 57 players in the field of 81, over nine times the nearest competitor with 6.

The win was the 12th for Titleist players on the 2015 Champions Tour, more than twice the nearest competitor with five.



It was a Titleist 1-2 finish at the WinCo Foods Portland Open where Dicky Pride (Pro V1x) posted a three-shot win over Tim Herron (Pro V1x). Pride closed with a four-under-par 67 en route to a 20-under-par 264 victory total.

The victory earned Pride a return visit to the PGA TOUR next season by advancing from 40th to No. 5 on the regular season-ending Web.com Tour money list. The top 25 on the money list earned 2015-16 PGA TOUR cards.

SURVEY SAYS: Titleist golf balls were the top choice of 97 players in the field of 156, more than five times the nearest competitor with 18.

Titleist was also the top choice in irons (42) and wedges (167).

Titleist golf ball loyalists finished with 12 wins on the 2015 Web.com Tour, three times the nearest competitor with 4.



Titleist golf ball loyalist Brad Clapp (Pro V1x) eagled the 72nd hole to shoot a final round 5-under 67 and win The Great Waterway Classic by four shots over six players.

It marked the first PGA Tour Canada victory for the 28-year old.

“It still hasn't sunk in yet,” Clapp said in his post-victory press conference. “It's a little surreal, knowing how good this tour is and knowing how good you have to play four days in a row. It's a huge accomplishment.”

Clapp moves to seventh on the Order of Merit with three events remaining on the Canadian Tour schedule. Those players ranked among the top five earn status on the Web.com Tour for next year.

Titleist topped the golf ball count with 99 players, nearly five times the nearest competitor with 21.



It was a Titleist 1-2 finish at the Sun Wild Coast Sun Challenge as Vaughn Groenewald (Pro V1x) earned a one shot victory over fellow Titleist golf ball loyalist Mark Williams (Pro V1x).

Groenewald posted a 12-under par 198 victory total en route to his second win of the season and the fourth of his Sunshine Tour career.

Two addition Titleist golf ball loyalists, Jake Redman (Pro V1x) and Keith Horne (Pro V1x), were among four players who tied for fourth place, three shots back.

Titleist was the most relied upon golf ball in the field of 127 with 94 players, more than three times the nearest competitor with 24.

The win was the seventh on this year’s Sunshine Tour for Titleist golf ball loyalists, more than twice the nearest competitor.



Overnight leader DongKyu Jang (Pro V1) fired a final round nine-under-par 63 to finish with a 24-under 264 victory total and capture his first career KPGA Championship.

Jang finished four shots clear of Titleist golf ball loyalists KiHwan Kim (Pro V1x)and HyoWon Park (Pro V1x).

Titleist Brand Ambassador SooMin Lee (Pro V1x) and golf ball loyalist HakHyung Kim (Pro V1x) finished in a two-way tie for fourth, five shots behind Jang.

In fact, 10 of the 12 players who finished among the top 10 and ties relied upon Titleist golf balls for their success, including each of the top eight.

Titleist was the most relied upon golf ball in the field of 150 with 118 players, nearly 10 times the nearest competitor with 12.



In total, 16,716 players have teed up Titleist golf balls in competition on the 2015 worldwide professional tours, more than five times the nearest competitor with 2,807 and more than all competitors combined. With five more wins this week, Titleist’s 2015 victory count advances to 113. That's more than four times the nearest competitor with 26 and more than all competitors combined.

TourEventTitleist Golf Ball PlayersNearest Competitor
PGA TOUR The Barclays 76 12
EUROPEAN TOUR D+D Real Czech Masters 115 16
LPGA TOUR Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic 110 10
CHAMPIONS TOUR Dick's Sporting Goods Open 57 6
WEB.COM TOUR WinCo Foods Portland Open 97 18
JAPAN TOUR KBC Augusta 59 47
KOREAN TOUR KPGA Championship 118 12
SOUTH AFRICAN TOUR Sun Wild Coast Sun Challenge 94 24
MACKENZIE TOUR- PGA TOUR CANADA The Great Waterway Classic 99 21



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It's time again for another edition of our Team Titleist member spotlight series, and this month we're featuring Ted Davies, from Spring, Texas. You may know Ted by his Team Titleist handle, PULPLVR, and he is a devoted contributor to our forum discussions and a true student of the game.

 Always quick to share the knowledge he's acquired in a lifetime of playing golf, Ted is a valuable resource to our community and we're happy to shine the spotlight on him, so let’s get to know Ted a little better...

How did you get started in golf and who introduced you to the game?

When I was 11, living in Oklahoma City, there was a lighted golf course not too far from our house. I played baseball and tennis, but was looking for something I could do that did not require other participants. I had been to driving ranges before, but had not played. One evening I rode my bicycle to the course and played until quite late. My parents were wondering where I was. I was hooked. After we moved to Casper, WY that summer, I started in earnest, riding my bicycle or walking to the municipal course frequently during the summers and playing as much as I could.

 What model Titleist golf ball do you play and how do you mark it? 

Pro V1. It’s the best all-around ball for me and my game that I’ve found. I don’t spin the ball a lot and the Pro V1 gives me that little bit more I need around the greens.

I decided last year to buy custom number 70, for my age (and for my target score). I personalized the balls with my initials, Team Titleist, and FJ Ambassador. I mark these as I do all my Pro V1’s with a green dot above the capital “T” and a blue dot below the final “t” of Titleist.

What's your favorite Titleist club in the bag? 

I’d love to say my Scotty, but that’s not true. The club I’ve come to rely on most frequently is my 24 degree 910h. It gives me good distance (170-180) and I can hit it from a wide variety of lies.

How often are you thinking about your golf game and getting better? What are you currently working on? 

I think about my game frequently. Like most Team Titleist members, I read various golf magazines, both hard copy and on line, and check out lots of playing tips from various sources. I’ve gone to a couple of three day golf schools and have been working off and on with a swing coach at my local course. The principal area we concentrate on is the short game, the scoring part of every round. Chipping, pitching, and, especially, putting.

What's your best score and where did you shoot it? 

My best score is 71, one under. I managed that once several years ago in northern Virginia, playing late one day with my wife on the municipal course in Herndon, VA. I managed it again a couple of years ago here in Texas, on one of the two courses I call home, WindRose GC. I’d love to better my age soon, so I can claim at least a slight improvement.

 What's the most special moment you've ever had on the golf course?

My older brother and I played together when we could while we both resided in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area in the ‘90s and 2000’s. We had attended the U.S. Senior Open at Caves Valley in 2002, the AT&T Invitational at Congressional in 2008, and were planning to attend the 2011 U.S. Open at Congressional together. I had requested and received tickets from the USGA in 2010 and we were all set. In 2010, however, he was diagnosed with cancer and did not survive to the Open. I attended the tournament, carrying a photo of him with me in his memory.

What's the best piece of golf advice you have ever received?

Don’t try to recover from a poor shot with a heroic one. You’ll just get yourself into further difficulty. Take your medicine and give yourself a chance for a one putt par or no worse than bogey.

Have any on-course superstitions?

I carry two tees (one long, one short), a ball mark repair tool, and a ball marker in my right pocket. The ball marker may be a Titleist or FootJoy marker, one of several poker chip type markers I have, or a larger foreign coin.

Thank you, Ted!


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After an exciting year of dramatic finishes, historic performances and budding rivalries, we've reached the final act of the 2014-2015 season as the PGA Tour heads to Edison, NJ for the start of the FedExCup Playoffs.

First up is The Barclays, where Plainfield Country Club will play host. The 7,091-yard, par-70 Donald Ross layout features thick rough (measuring 6-8 inches in some places) and certainly puts a premium on finding fairways.

And being in position off the tee is going to be critical for players as they look to finish inside the Top 100 in FedExCup Playoff points and advance to the Deutsche Bank Championship.

Team Titleist was inside the ropes earlier this week at Plainfield Country Club to capture the playoff excitement as the PGA Tour's best make their final push for season-long honors.

Check out the gallery above and enjoy some of our favorite shots from The Barclays. And good luck to #TeamTitleist this weekend!


 Titleist is the top choice at The Barclays with 76 players in the field trusting a Titleist Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf ball for their success. That's more than six times the nearest competitor with 12 and more than all competitors combined.

Titleist also led the field in the hybrid (21) and iron (31) categories. Vokey Design wedges topped the approach, sand and lob wedge (107) category and Scotty Cameron putters were the top choice in the putter (47) category.


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