This week's stop on the PGA Tour brings us to the vibrant city of Montreal for the RBC Canadian Open. Players will be looking to take on the challenging and historic Royal Montreal Golf Club to claim one of the oldest championships on the PGA Tour. 

 With the race to the FedEx Cup heating up and valuable points on the line, Titleist is once again the overwhelming golf ball of choice with 90 players in the field trusting a Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf ball for their success. That’s more than 4 times the nearest competitor with 22 and more than all competitors combined.

Titleist was also the top choice among players in the sand, lob and approach wedge (138) and putter (53) categories.

Fast Fact: The Canadian Open is the third oldest continually-running tournament on the PGA Tour, after the Open Championship and US Open.

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The proper setup and alignment is essential when it comes to making more putts. And one area that you might be overlooking is the role that eye dominance plays in your putting.

In this video, Titleist Leadership Advisory Staff member Justin Parsons shares some great insight on this topic and provides a simple test to help you determine your dominant eye.

Armed with this knowledge, a few simple adjustments to your putting stance might be the key to holing everything you look at.

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You’ve probably heard in the past that if the golf ball is lying well above your feet, you can expect to see your ensuing shot draw or hook toward your target. However, did you know that the loft of the club plays an extremely important role in the resulting direction of your shot?

As Titleist Staff Professional and Director of Instruction at Ibis Golf and Country Club Martin Hall explains, higher lofted clubs will usually have a more dramatic effect on ball flight and direction than lower lofted clubs.

In our latest episode of 18 Shots Presented by Titleist, Martin demonstrates how to adjust your setup and alignment to stay on target when facing this challenging shot.

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