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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: November 4, 2013
Trusting Pro V1x golf balls on every shot, three more players from across the globe each turned in championship performances and entered the winner’s circle on Sunday.
In South Africa, veteran Tjaart Van Der Walt teed up a Pro V1x golf ball at the Lion of Africa Cape Town Open and ran away from the field, winning his first Sunshine Tour victory by six shots. On the Korean Tour, overnight leader In-Hoi Hur cruised to a four-shot win at the Herald KYJ Tour Championship. And in South America, Pro V1x loyalist Jose de Jesus Rodriguez prevailed in extra holes to capture the Arturo Calle Colombia Open.
Adding three more victories to the trophy count, Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf ball loyalists have now won 145 tournaments on the worldwide professional tours in 2013, more than four times the nearest competitor with 36 and more than all other competitors combined.
This is Team Titleist, let’s wrap-up the week…
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SOUTH AFRICAN TOUR: Lion of Africa Cape Town Open
Of the 156-player field, 117 relied upon a Titleist golf ball, more than four times the nearest competitor with 26.
Van Der Walt (Pro V1x) posted a 14-under 274 in securing his maiden Sunshine Tour title.
Hennie Otto (Pro V1x) claimed solo 3rd place at 7-under 281, while Titleist Brand Ambassador Trevor Fisher Jr. (Pro V1x, 913D3 driver, CB irons (714 series), Vokey Design wedges) and Pro V1x loyalist Doug McGuigan both signed for 5-under par, 283 totals to tie for 5th.
Four of the six players who finished among the top-5 and ties relied upon Titleist golf balls for their success.
KOREAN TOUR: Herald KYJ Tour Championship
Of the 102-player field, 73 relied upon Titleist golf balls, more than six times the nearest competitor with 12.
In-Hoi Hur (Pro V1x) closed with a 1-under par 71 en route to a 12-under 276 victory total, four shots ahead of three players, including Titleist Ambassador Joon-Woo Choi (Pro V1x, 913D2 driver, 913FD fairway metal, 913H hybrids, CB irons (714 series), Vokey Design SM4 wedges) and Titleist golf ball loyalists Hyung-Tae Kim (Pro V1x) and Gi-Whan Kim (Pro V1).
Nine of the top ten finishers relied upon Titleist golf balls for their success.
LATINOAMERICA TOUR: Arturo Calle Colombia Classic
Jose de Jesus Rodriguez (Pro V1x), who birdied 7 of 9 holes in one mid-round stretch, erased a nine-shot deficit he faced at the start of his final round to grab a share of the lead at 14-under 270.
In the playoff, both competitors parred the first hole of sudden death. At the next, the difficult 233-yard par-3 No. 9th at San Andrés Golf Club, the 32-year-old Rodriguez hit the elusive green. With his opponent unable to get up and down from the rough, "Camarón”, as he is known on Tour, calmly two-putted to secure his second LatinoAmerica Tour victory of the season.
The victory vaults Rodriguez to No. 1 on the LatinoAmerica Tour Order of Merit with four events remaining on the 2013 schedule. 'Los Cinco’, the top five players on the Order of Merit at the conclusion of the season, will earn status to play on the 2014 Web.com Tour.
Posted: November 1, 2013
Titleist, the golf ball performance and quality leader, is now offering free personalization on every Titleist golf ball dozen through the end of the year – a joyous occasion for golfers and holiday gift givers alike.
From Nov. 1 to Dec. 31, 2013, personalization charges will be waived on all orders of Titleist Pro V1, Pro V1x, NXT Tour, NXT Tour S, Velocity and DT SoLo golf balls. Free personalization is also available on custom orders of Pro V1 and Pro V1x, the world’s best selling and most trusted golf balls, with double-digit play numbers (00 and 10-99).
The #1 ball in golf is also the #1 gift in golf, particularly when it comes with a personal touch.
Personalization includes up to three lines of block text (17 characters per line) imprinted on each golf ball in black, blue, green, red or pink ink. Popular choices include names, nicknames, initials, holiday greetings, congratulations and inspirational messages. Twitter usernames (i.e., @Titleist) and hashtags (i.e., #TeamTitleist) are also growing in popularity.
On Pro V1 and Pro V1x models, the combination of a single- or double-digit play number (1-9, 00 and 10-99) with personalization is often used to commemorate a holiday, birthday, anniversary or other significant date or event. Lucky or favorite numbers and athlete jersey numbers are also popular options. Individual numbers are also available on NXT Tour and NXT Tour S (1-4); Velocity (1-4 or 00, 11, 22, 33); and DT SoLo (1-4) models.
The minimum order for free personalization is just one dozen. Orders can be placed by visiting any authorized Titleist golf shop. To locate a local Titleist golf shop, please visit the Titleist golf shop locator at: http://www.titleist.com/find-a-golf-shop.
For custom individual and double-digit play numbers, an additional charge may apply.
*Note: U.S. only. Free personalization promotions are also available in Canada and Europe. Please refer to the Titleist website in each respective market for complete details.
2013 Titleist Custom Holiday Promotion Details:• U.S. customers only.*
Titleist Brand Ambassador Jason Dufner
A map of the course.
A look down the range.......
Old friends Rickie Fowler and Peter Uihlein catch up.
Big hitting South African, George Coetzee.
Brand Ambassador Mu Hu working with technician Phil Dimmock.
Brand Ambassador Graham DeLaet's bag.
Graham DeLaet in action.
Pro V1x loyalist, Ryan Moore on the range.
Pro V1x loyalist, Swede Jonas Blixt.
American Billy Horschel takes a moment to relax on the range.
And the Pro V1x loyalist shares a joke with his fellow players.
Perth International Champion, Jin Jeong's bag.......
Pro V1x loyalist Bo Van Pelt playing in the sand!
Pro V1x loyalist Bubba Watson on the putting green.
Pro V1x loyalist Louis Oosthuizen grinding away.
Asian Tour Rep, George Shay chats with Titleist Brand Ambassador Gaganjeet Bhullar.
Pro V1x loyalist, Luke Donald working on his world renowned short game.
Brand Ambassador Peter Uihlein rips his 913D3 down the 1st.
And fellow Titleist Brand Ambassador, Gregory Bourdy follows him down there! Both safely in the fairway.
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Team Titleist is in Shanghai this week for the WGC - HSBC Champions at Sheshan International Golf Club. And while a host of PGA Tour members are here competing for FedEx points, many European Tour players are looking to go low and move up in the Race to Dubai rankings.
And with so much at stake, 46 players in the field of 78 will rely on a Titleist Pro V1 or Pro V1x, more than four times the nearest competitor with 11, and more than all other competitors combined.
Titleist is also the top choice this week in iron sets (22), and the sand, lob and approach wedge (64) category.
In the field this week from the European Tour are Titleist Brand Ambassadors Matteo Manassero (BMW Championship winner), Jin Jeong (ISPS HANDA Perth International winner), Gregory Bourdy (ISPS HANDA Wales Open winner), and Peter Uihlein (Madeira Islands Open winner). Along with this contingent of European Tour members, there is a group of Titleist Brand Ambassadors from the PGA Tour, including and not limited to Jordan Spieth, Graham DeLaet, and PGA Championship winner Jason Dufner.
The world-class field will tackle a course that measures 7,140 yards in length as it winds its way along Sheshan's existing canal, around man-made lakes or over the spectacular 50-meter deep quarry, a unique feature of Sheshan. The course also features many new and old trees including thousand year old Gingka trees. Take a look at the photo gallery above to see some of the sights and members of Team Titleist as they prepared for action this week in Shanghai.
Stay tuned for further information, and play well this weekend!
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!