Not many players can claim to be undefeated at a Worldwide Tour event, but Titleist Pro V1x loyalist Lee Westwood earned those rare bragging rights this weekend, capturing the Asian Tour’s Niaga Indonesian Masters in his third straight appearance at the event.

Westwood, who won back-to-back Indonesian Masters titles in 2011 and 2012 (his first two appearances at Royal Jakarta Golf Club), made a birdie on the first hole of a playoff on Sunday to capture his third crown.

“I’ve been very fortunate,” Westwood said in his post-round press conference. “As soon as I turned up five years ago, I liked the course and thought it might suit my game. It’s nice to have come here three times and won three times. It’s a good hat-trick.”

The win marks the 42nd career win for Westwood across the worldwide professional tours, including nine on the Asian Tour – all with a Titleist golf ball.

“I’ve always wanted to be a golfer that plays all over the world and I started winning on different continents very early in my career," said Westwood.

"It’s something I’m immensely proud of and [winning in] 19 different countries is incredible.”

Pro V1x loyalist Kalem Richardson finished alone in third, one shot shy of joining the playoff.

Congratulations, Lee!


 PGA TOUR: Titleist Brand Ambassador Cameron Tringale (Pro V1x, 915D4 driver/9.5º, 915F fairway metal/13.5º, 913H hybrid/17º, CB 714 3-4 irons, MB 714 5-9 irons, Vokey Design Spin Milled pitching/48º, TVD sand/56º and lob/60º wedges, Scotty Cameron GSS putter) earned his best career finish at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, finishing solo 2nd at 21-under par 207.

Titleist golf balls were the top choice in golf balls at TPC Louisiana, with 103 players in the field of 156 relying on a Pro V1 or Pro V1x, more than five times the nearest competitor with 20.

Titleist Vokey Design wedges also led the field in approach, sand and lob wedges (164) and Scotty Cameron putters (55) were the top choice of players in the field.

 SOUTH AFRCIAN TOUR : Pro V1x golf ball loyalist Ross McGowan recorded his first career victory on the Sunshine Tour with a two-shot win at the Mopani/Redpath Zambia Open.

McGowan closed with a 5-under par 67 en route to a 13-under-par 275 victory total.

Titleist Brand Ambassadors Danie van Tonder (Pro V1x, 915D3 driver, 915F fairway metal, CB 714 irons, Vokey Design SM5 wedges), Colin Nel (New Pro V1x, 915D3 driver, 915F fairway metal, MB 714 irons, Vokey Design SM5 wedges) and Chris Swanepoel (Pro V1x, 915D3 driver, 913Fd fairway metal, MB 714 irons, Vokey Design SM5 wedges, Scotty Cameron GoLo putter) finished 2nd, 4th and T5 respectively, as four of the top five finishers trusted Titleist golf balls for their success.

KOREAN TOUR:  The winner of the Dongbu Promy Insurance Open trusted a Pro V1x golf ball to earn his third career win with a par on the second hole of an all-Titleist sudden death playoff, topping fellow Pro V1x golf ball loyalist Hyo-Won Park.

Both players finished regulation on 7-under par 281. Nine players who finished among the Top 10 on the leaderboard relied upon Titleist golf balls for their success.


In total, 6,515 players have teed up Titleist golf balls in competition on the 2015 worldwide professional tours, more than six times the nearest competitor with 1,008 and more than all competitors combined.

With three more wins this week, Titleist’s 2015 victory count advances to 42. That's three times the nearest competitor with 14 and more than all competitors combined.


TourEventTitleist Golf Ball PlayersNearest Competitor
PGA TOUR Zurich Classic of New Orleans 103 20
EUROPEAN/ONEASIA TOUR Volvo China Open 102 23
LPGA TOUR Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic 103 8
CHAMPIONS TOUR Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf 41 8
ASIAN TOUR CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters 92 25
SOUTH AFRICAN TOUR Zambia Open 114 18
KOREAN TOUR Dongbu Promy Insurance Open 114 13


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Do you know how many how many 3-foot putts Titleist Brand Ambassador Robert Streb has made this season on the PGA Tour? 

The answer is... all of them. 

In the video above Robert shares some advice on holing more putts and provides us with a few keys, including:

• Visualize your line (for putts with break, Robert uses a second golf ball, placed to the side of the cup)
• Develop a consistent pre-shot routine
• Keep your head and body quiet throughout the stroke

Hopefully, these will help you on the greens.


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Despite some wet weather on the bayou, the Zurich Classic of New Orleans is under way and the scoreboard is lighting up as many of the world's best players are taking it low at TPC Louisiana.

One player who got of to a fast start was Titleist Brand Ambassador Brendon De Jonge, who equaled the low round of the day on Thursday with a bogey-free, 8-under 64.  After a 78-minute rain delay, De Jonge was able to attack the 7,425-yard Pete Dye layout by hitting fairways and firing right at pins.

“Yeah, it got a little tricky after the rain,” De Jonge explained, “and it got muddy out there. But still the course was there for the taking.”

Pro V1x loyalist David Hearn also took advantage of the conditions, shooting a 7-under 65.

“I hit it on a lot of fairways and gave myself a lot of chances from there. Even though it's generous off the tee, you have to put yourself in good spots.  You can't be in the rough out there.”

Considering the opening-round scores and the prospect of continued soft conditions, fans could be treated to a shootout this weekend in the Big Easy. And to go low, the vast majority of players will be teeing up a Titleist golf ball.

 A total of 103 players in this week's field are playing a Pro V1 or Pro V1x, more than five times the nearest competitor with 20 and more than all competitors combined.

Titleist is also No. 1 in the sand, lob and approach wedges category (164) as well as putters (55).

To see some of the sights from earlier this week at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, check out all of the photos in the gallery above.

Good luck to all the players this week!


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