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Posted: November 12, 2013
Whether the outcome of a club championship is at stake, or you stand in the fairway needing a birdie at the last for a career low round, it's critical to look down and know that your golf ball is best for your game.
This is true for all players, including Titleist Brand Ambassador Zach Johnson.
Zach, who trusted his Pro V1x golf ball to a win at the 2013 BMW Championship, advises that to find the right golf ball, you should experiment by shaping different shot types with your wedges and irons to see how a golf ball performs and feels.
"Once you've done that, you'll find one that's best," says Zach.
Take this major winner's advice and find the right ball for your game. We might not all win a green jacket like Zach, but we can try to shoot lower scores and enjoy the game, each and every round!
And be sure to check out our to check out our Golf Ball Fitting Section for more helpful information.
Posted: November 8, 2013
Team Titleist is coming to you from St. Simons Island, Georgia where the PGA Tour is on-hand for the latest installment of the McGladrey Classic on the Seaside Course at Sea Island Golf Club. The 132 player field will be facing the 7,005 yard, par-70 oceanside layout where wind and weather can play a large role in determining the winning score.
As 2011 champion and Titleist Brand Ambassador Ben Crane remarks, "You need to be able to control your ball (Pro V1x) in the wind. Not just from tee to green, but also putting...if the wind is blowing, it makes it that much harder to keep your ball in play."
And with winds swirling and temperatures below normal, 83 players players will put their trust in a Titleist Pro V1 or Pro V1x, more than four times the nearest competitor with 18, and more than all other competitors combined.
Titleist is also the top choice in the irons (32), sand, lob and approach wedge (132), and the putter (48) categories.
Check out the video above to hear what else Ben had to say and check out some of the early week action featuring fellow Brand Ambassadors Zach Johnson, Martin Flores, Scott Stallings, Cameron Tringale, Erik Compton and Tryone Van Aswegen.
Enjoy your weekend on the golf course and stay tuned for the Team Titleist Monday Recap.
Posted: November 6, 2013
As fans of the game, we’ve all marveled at how the pros can make the difficult act of driving a golf ball look so easy. The motion appears effortless, so graceful. And then, suddenly, the ball explodes off the club face and disappears into the ether. How do they pull off this athletic sleight-of-hand?
Well, at Team Titleist we’re fortunate to know just the right guy to ask. Titleist Brand Ambassador Adam Scott owns what many experts consider to be the most technically sound and aesthetically pleasing swing in the game today. As Adam told us, the two go hand in hand.
“Swings only look good when you can check off all the boxes for fundamentals.”
When we asked Adam to provide a tip on driving the golf ball, he was quick to talk about the fundamentals of grip, width of stance, ball position, balance and posture.
“You have to set up correctly in order for your body to move correctly,” Adam explained.
In the video above, watch as Adam goes through his pre-shot checklist with the goal of producing what he describes as “a really athletic looking setup with nice posture and standing quite tall. This nice posture allows me to turn off the ball with a one-piece takeaway, allowing me to turn to the top of my backswing.”
As you’ll see, when Adam gets to the top of his backswing correctly, the rest is automatic. His downswing is a reaction, it just happens.
The next time you play, see if you can incorporate some setup keys from the reigning Masters champion and let us know if they help you to build a simpler action/reaction swing like Adam’s. Good luck!
Posted: October 29, 2013
In this week's Titleist Tip from the Tour, we asked Pro V1x loyalist Bubba Watson to help us with one of the most common ailments in golf - the slice.
As Bubba told us, to cure a big slice it's important to start the club away from the ball on the proper path. But ball position is also a big key.
"Put the ball in the front of your stance," Bubba says. "This will give your hands time to rotate over, so that you don't leave the shot out to the weak side." (This would be the right side for a right-handed golfer.)
Check out Bubba's video and see if his tip can help you to square the club face at impact -- a critical fundamental for driving the ball straighter and farther. Good luck in your next round!
Posted: October 22, 2013
Make no mistake, the thought of executing a long iron shot can make your palms sweat more than usual. And when the shot demands a long carry with your Titleist golf ball that will drop and stop near the pin, you probably wish you could use a lifeline and ask a tour pro for some help.
Duf to the rescue!
In this week's tip, we learn that Titleist Brand Ambassador Jason Dufner trusts his Titleist 913H 19° hybrid to flight his Pro V1 golf ball high and soft into a guarded green.
In the video above, Jason stresses to not change your mindset or swing to hit this shot. Instead he advises you to, "Let the club do the work."
Click play up above to find out the rest of Jason's strategy for hitting it close on those long approach shots, and hopefully you will hit more greens in your next round.