Posted: January 26, 2009
Pat Perez is the first player to win with the New 2009 Pro V1x.
With a dramatic 6-iron approach from 199 yards away that he hit to three feet and subsequently converted for eagle, Pat Perez won the 50th Bob Hope Classic Hosted by Arnold Palmer. It was the first PGA TOUR title in 198 career starts for the 32-year-old Perez, who relied on the New 2009 Pro V1x for his breakthrough performance. Perez becomes the first player to win with the new model, and the third straight Titleist golf ball loyalist to win through the first three events on the 2009 PGA TOUR schedule. Perez finished the 90-hole tournament at 33-under 327, three shots clear of Titleist Brand Ambassador John Merrick, and five clear of fourth round leader and Titleist Brand Ambassador Steve Stricker and Pro V1 loyalist Mike Weir, as Titleist players secured the top four positions on the leaderboard.
Hear what Pat had to say in his post-victory interview by clicking on the video player below.
Click here for more details on Pat's victory at the Bob Hope Classic on titleist.com.
Congrats on the early success with the new versions of Pro V1s and clubs.
Just wondering if any of the pros have contemplated putting the new 909H 15° in their bags? I mostly see 17° versions in use.
wrote on January 27, 2009