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Posted: June 30, 2010
Player testing of the new 910 drivers is in full swing at the AT&T National.
We caught up with Brendan deJonge, who summed up his first impression of the new 910 driver in a few words: “This is good. Really good.”
As Brendan continued to put the driver through its paces he was able to make a few quick tweaks to optimize his ball flight and get everything dialed-in on the range before heading out on the course.
Check out the video below to see more of Brendan’s feedback.
We also spoke with Greg Chalmers, who has found the new 910 "easier to launch." Hear his early review of the new 910 in the video below.
Be sure to check back with us soon as we’ll be releasing more
exclusive content on the new 910 drivers that you can only find here on Team
Pro V1x loyalist Bubba Watson spoke with Team Titleist
yesterday at the CVS Caremark Charity Classic, not yet 48 hours removed from his breakthrough victory at the PGA Tour's Travelers Championship, where he beat Scott Verplank on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff.
Watson said his first Tour victory still hasn't sunk in because of a nonstop schedule that included the CVS tourney and his 5th Annual Bubba Watson Junior Classic Championship, which began Wednesday at the Golf Course of High Point (N.C.) Country Club.
(We also asked him about his laser tag battle with Rickie Fowler and Aaron Baddeley the night before his big victory.)
Check out the video below for the full interview.
This week’s LPGA Tour event is the Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic Presented by Kroger. The event runs from June 28-July 4 and will be played at the Highland Meadows Golf Club in Sylvania, Ohio. Team Titleist members C. Goslin, G. Day, D. Gust, S. Fraley and D. Cardenas won tickets for this event through Team Titleist and will be attending this week's event courtesy of the Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic. For more information about the tournament or to purchase tickets, please visit http://www.jamiefarrowenscorning.com/
Posted: June 29, 2010
Team Titleist was on the ground at the CVS Caremark Charity Classic today at Rhode Island Country Club in Barrington, R.I., where five Titleist Brand Ambassadors are gaming the new Titleist 910 drivers for the first time: Rickie Fowler, Davis Love III, Brett Quigley, Bill Haas and tournament co-host Brad Faxon.
Like all high performance Titleist-branded golf clubs, the new 910 drivers will not be introduced to the marketplace until they have been thoroughly player tested at Titleist's state-of-the art Oceanside Test Facility. Further, they must be successfully seeded and performance-validated with the world’s most discerning and influential golfers – a process that began this week at the AT&T National on the PGA Tour and here at the CVS Caremark Charity Classic. (After today's final round, Fowler, Love and Quigley were heading to the AT&T.)
Most of the fans hanging out behind the driving range this morning at the CVS gathered behind Fowler as he practiced with his new 910 (see the video below), which yesterday he used to fly the green at the 363-yard downhill par-4 4th hole.
After the round, Fowler told Team Titleist the 910 was "in the bag" for AT&T.
Click the image below to take a closer look at Rickie's new 910.
Video: Fowler practices with his new 910 on the driving range.
It's been awhile since I updated my blog so I finally have the time tonight before I fly to Paris in the morning. I was disappointed to miss the cut at the U.S. Open and it makes it even harder when you miss it by 1. The USGA gave Pebble Beach a facelift and the course was challenging. The weather was dry so the greens and fairways got firmer by the hour. Oh yeah, and the USGA added this high stringy grass up on the edges of the bunkers. That was interesting when your ball landed in the 2 feet rough! Your short game had to be spot on and obviously mine wasn't the best it needed to be. I just couldn't get putts to fall and it cost me the opportunity to play through the weekend. It was a great venue, it really doesn't get any better than Pebble Beach!
I was able to catch some of the final round on Sunday and I'm glad I had the chance to see Tom Watson walk up 18 for probably the last time at Pebble Beach in a major. Tom Watson is truly one of the greats and still is amazing to watch play. It was pretty cool to see him toss his golf ball into the ocean like he did in 1982. I have a feeling he has a lot of golf left and watch out at St. Andrews.
It's unfortunate I missed the cut again last week at the Travelers Championship. It was my first time playing TPC River Highlands and the course was in good shape. The greens were a lot softer than at Pebble so at the start of the week I was looking forward to making some putts and gain some confidence. I usually play well on TPC courses but just couldn't get it going in Cromwell. I'm working on my wedge play and three quarter shots and hopefully can get it going this week in Paris.
I'll write more from Ireland next week. I'm playing in the JP McManus Pro-Am on Monday and Tuesday. It's a very special event and a lot of guys from the TOUR are playing in it this year so should be a good time for a great charity. You can also check out my facebook and twitter pages for more up-to-date information before next week.
Until next time, take care.-Adam
Adam Scott in action at the U.S. Open.