Masters practice rounds

Posted: April 4, 2007

Scenes from Augusta. Masters week continues and Team Titleist caught up with some Tour players during their practice round. Take a look at some photos of Titleist golf ball players as they get ready for the first major of the year.

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Adam Scott, ranked #3 in the world and coming off his win last week at the Shell Houston Open, practices his putting at August National on Tuesday.

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Titleist ambassador Tom Pernice Jr. is making his third Masters appearance. Tom played his Tuesday practice round with Titleist golf ball player Camilo Villegas, who is playing in the Masters for the first time.

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Titleist golf ball loyalists David Toms, Luke Donald and Vaughn Taylor during Tuesday's practice round.

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Titleist golf ball player and defending U.S. Open Champion Geoff Ogilvy, in his second Masters appearance, awaits his playing partner's approach to the green during Tuesday's practice round.

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2007 marks Titleist golf ball player Chris DiMarco's seventh consecutive Masters start.

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Scotty Cameron was busy this week at the Masters. Pictured above is a new Cameron putter that Scotty made for a former Masters Champion.

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Camilo Villegas and his caddie discuss strategy in between shots.

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Titleist ambassador Mark O'Meara evaluates his shot during a practice round.

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Evman1023


Great shots.  Please keep us posted.  What a site!

Evman1023


The lefty putter above for a "past Masters Champion".  Wonder which one? Good luck to all participants, this weekend is "A Tradition Unlike Any Other", the greatest sporting event all year.

Evman1023


Is Titleist planning on bringing the 906F4 to retail, and, if so, when?  Makes sense that it is a shallower face fairway wood to help get the ball in the air easier.  Thanks and keep up the great work.

Evman1023


Titleist develops many prototype products for performance-validation testing on Tour. Some of these products are never released to the consumer market. The 906F4 fairways have tested well on Tour and are being considered for a retail launch, although no specific plans have been announced. Please check <a href="http://www.titleist.com/" rel="nofollow">Titleist.com</a> often for the most up-to-date product information.

Evman1023


Will the softer Pro V ball perform better in the expected colder weather at the Masters?

Thanks!

Evman1023


Please see the comments <a href="/2007/03/28/shell-houston-open-update/#cold_weather" rel="nofollow">here</a> pertaining to the effects of cold weather on golf balls.