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Posted: January 27, 2014
The remarkable start for Titleist players on the PGA Tour continued this weekend as Scott Stallings became the 8th player through the first 10 PGA Tour tournaments on the new 2013-14 wrap-around season to win with a Titleist golf ball.
Stallings trusted his Pro V1x golf ball and Titleist clubs to emerge from the field and capture the Farmers Insurance Open for his third career PGA Tour title. With the win, Stallings also becomes the fourth Titleist full product line brand ambassador to win in the young season, joining Jimmy Walker (Frys.com Open, SONY Open in Hawaii), Webb Simpson (Shriners Hospitals for Children Open) and Zach Johnson (Hyundai Tournament of Champions).
In addition, Stallings was among 99 players in the 156-man field at Torrey Pines who put their trust in Titleist golf balls, more than five times the nearest competitor with 17. The same story was repeated on the PGA European and LPGA tours this week, where the overwhelming choice among players was the #1 ball in golf.
All told, a combined 257 players relied on Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls across the worldwide professional tours this week, more than five times the nearest competitor with 48.
To date, 1,569 players have teed up Titleist golf balls in competition on the 2014 worldwide professional tours, more than five times the nearest competitor with 272 and more than all competitors combined.
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PGA TOUR: At the Farmers Insurance Open, Titleist topped the field in the golf ball (99), iron sets (42), sand, approach and lob wedges (166) and putter (61) categories.
Stallings fired a final round 4-under par 68 on Sunday that included a dramatic birdie on the final hole. On a day when finding fairways was a challenge for the entire field, Stallings split the 527-yard 18th with his drive, leaving 222 yards to the front of the green. As he explained in a post-round interview, laying up never entered his mind.
"You don't get very many opportunities to win golf tournaments on this tour," Stallings said. "I didn't necessarily understand the situation I was in as far as the score, but I did know I had an opportunity. ... I was playing to win."
Stallings blasted a new AP2 4-iron that cleared Devlin's Billabong, the water hazard fronting the 18th green on the South Course at Torrey Pines, leaving him two putts from 40 feet, which he converted for his closing birdie. His 9-under par 279 total would stand up as the remaining players finished, giving him a one-shot margin of victory over five players, including fellow Titleist Brand Ambassadors Marc Leishman and Graham DeLaet.
What's in Scott Stalling's Bag?
Golf Ball: Pro V1x Driver: 913D2 (8.5º) driver w/Aldila Rogue X Fairways: 913F (15º) fairway metal w/Aldila Rogue X Irons: AP2 714 (4-P) irons w/KBS Tour shafts Wedges: Vokey Design SM5 gap (50º), sand (54º) and lob (58º) wedges w/KBS Tour shafts Putter:Scotty Cameron Newport 2.6 putter
Statistically, Stallings led the Farmers Insurance Open field in Strokes Gained – Putting at 2.794. He was followed by rookie and fellow Titleist Brand Ambassador Justin Thomas at 2.509. Thomas finished T10 on the leaderboard, his highest finish on the PGA TOUR.
In addition to finishing T2 on the leaderboard, Titleist Brand Ambassador Graham DeLaet relied upon his Pro V1x golf ball and 913D3 (7.5º loft) driver to finish 2nd in Driving Distance (302 ypd).
Marc Leishman, another player who trusted Titleist equipment from tee-through-green, tied for the lead among all players in Greens in Regulation at 77.78% (56 of 72). DeLaet tied for 5th in the same category (72.2%/52 of 72).
PGA EUROPEAN TOUR: At the Commercialbank Qatar Masters 80 players in the 125-man field relied upon Titleist golf balls, more than three times the nearest competitor with 22.
Titleist Brand Ambassador Mikko Ilonen posted a runner-up finish at the Commercialbank Qatar Masters. The Finn birdied both the 16th and 18th hole to complete a 6-under 66 that forced extra holes.
LPGA TOUR: Of the 108-player field, 78 players relied upon Titleist golf balls, more than eight times the nearest competitor with 9.
Posted: January 26, 2014
As the final round action is set to get underway at Torrey Pines, we wanted to give Team Titleist a closer look at what's inside the bags for a number of Titleist Brand Ambassadors who made the trip to La Jolla for the 2014 Farmers Insurance Open.
We've loaded up the slideshow above so you can see the Titleist gear players like Jordan Spieth, Marc Leishman, Bill Haas, Michael Kim, Jimmy Walker, Max Homa, Justin Thomas and Graham DeLaet (among others) put in play this week.
Enjoy the slideshow and here's to a great finish at Torrey Pines.
Posted: January 24, 2014
This week the PGA Tour moves southwest from the oasis resorts of Palm Springs to the beautiful cliffs of La Jolla on California's San Diego coast. The style of golf will contrast as dramatically as the change of scenery, as Torrey Pines will again present a stiff challenge for the 156-man field.
This is especially true of the 7,569-yard South Course, which ranked 8th toughest on Tour last season with a scoring average of 72.792, 0.792 strokes over par.
And as players gear up for a week where their skills will be put to the test, Titleist is the overwhelming top choice in golf balls at the Farmers Insurance Open with 99 players in the field of 156 relying upon a Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf ball, more than five times the nearest competitor with 17.
Titleist was also the favorite in the iron sets (42), sand, lob and approach wedge (166) and putter (61) categories.
As Team Titleist learned earlier this week, course conditions this year are anything but typical, reminding many players of the conditions they faced when Torrey hosted the 2008 U.S. Open.
"It's a different golf course," said Titleist Brand Ambassador Charley Hoffman in a post-round interview. "The rough's up and the greens are firm and fast. Usually the rough's decent and the greens are soft."
Titleist Brand Ambassador Jordan Spieth agreed, saying that this week there will be, "Just so much emphasis on that tee ball, because if you're in the rough with how firm the greens are, you've got to bounce it up, because the greens really aren't soft enough to hold the ball."
Add to this Torrey's ever-present defense in the form of its demanding poa annua greens and the 2014 Farmers Insurance Open could have the feel of an early major.
Check out the video above to get an inside-the-ropes view as we tagged along earlier in the week with players including Titleist Brand Ambassadors Jimmy Walker, Jordan Spieth, Bill Haas, Geoff Ogilvy, Billy Horschel, and John Merrick, among others, as they prepared to tackle Torrey Pines.
Good luck to all of #TeamTitleist!
Posted: January 20, 2014
Across the world of golf, the winning momentum continued for Titleist golf ball players, as Pro V1 loyalist Bernhard Langer kicked off the 2014 Champions Tour season with a commanding victory at the Mitsubishi Electric Championship. Langer birdied five of the last six holes Sunday to pull away from the field in the winners-only event and capture his 19th career Champions Tour title by three shots. Langer was among 30 players in the 41-man field at Hualalai who put their trust in Titleist golf balls, ten times the nearest competitor with 3. A similar theme was repeated on the PGA, European PGA and Asian Tours this week, where a vote of confidence was again cast for the #1 ball in golf. All told, a combined 477 players relied on Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls across the worldwide professional tours this week, nine times the nearest competitor with 53.
To date, 1,312 players have teed up Titleist golf balls in competition on the 2014 worldwide professional tours, more than five times the nearest competitor with 225 and more than all competitors combined.
CHAMPIONS TOUR: Ten times as many players relied upon Titleist (30) golf balls at the Mitsubishi Electric Championship than the nearest competitor (3). Titleist was also the top choice in irons (13), wedges (34) and putters (12).
The 56-year-old Langer fired his second straight 8-under 64 to post a 54-hole winning total of 22-under 194. The win marks the first victory for Langer since last April, and his second Mitsubishi Electric Championship title (he captured his first in 2005).
"It's a new year and my goal was to get over the hurdle and win as soon as possible," said Langer after the victory. "I'm very pleased and extremely blessed to play golf like this. To be 22 under doesn't happen very often."
Two players finished tied for 2nd at 19-under, including Pro V1 loyalist Jeff Sluman. Titleist Brand Ambassador Jay Haas, one of eight 60-year-olds in the field of 41, birdied the final hole to shoot 7-under 65 and finish alone in 4th, another two shots back.
Posted: January 17, 2014
After impressive wins in Hawaii by Titleist Brand Ambassadors Zach Johnson and Jimmy Walker, the western swing shifts fully into gear this week, as the PGA Tour returns once again to California's Coachella Valley for the Humana Challenge.
Historically, this pro-am event has been a shootout. Last year, the three host courses (Arnold Palmer Private Course at PGA WEST, Jack Nicklaus Private Course at PGA WEST and La Quinta Country Club) ranked as the three easiest used in 2013. To underscore that bit of trivia, consider that the cut line at the 2013 Humana fell at 10-under 206! It promises to be an exciting and entertaining week as players will be firing at every pin and leaving no putt short.
And as the official counts come in,Titleist is the overwhelming top choice in golf balls at the Humana Challenge with 98 players in the field of 156 relying upon a Pro V1 or Pro V1x, more than five times the nearest competitor with 19. Titleist was also the favorite in the iron sets (41) and sand, lob and approach wedge (159) categories.
Check out the slideshow above to go inside the ropes and see how the players including Titleist Brand Ambassadors Geoff Ogilvy, Brendon DeJonge, Tyrone van Aswegen, Jason Bohn and Brad Fritsch, among others, are preparing to go low in the California desert.
Good luck to the field!