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Posted: October 25, 2010
How best to sum up the weekend for Titleist Brand Ambassador Matteo Manassero?Whoa.The Italian, at 17 years and 188 days old, won the Castello Masters to become the youngest winner ever on the European Tour, eclipsing the previous record (18 years, 213 days) by over a year, and continue a recent trend of rewriting the record books.Manasserro tapped his Pro V1x golf ball in for par on the 18th hole Sunday at the Club de Campo Del Mediterraneo for a 4-under 67 and a runaway victory highlighted by three consecutive birdies from Nos. 13-15. Manassero, who started the day two shots back of the lead, was one of 69 players in the field that trusted a Titleist golf ball, more than all other golf balls combined.He finished at 16-under 201, four shots ahead of Pro V1x loyalist Ignacio Garrido."This was my first chance to win a tournament, which I never thought would come so quickly and to do it is unbelievable," said Manassero, who also became the European Tour's youngest full-time member, surpassing Seve Ballesteros' record by 12 days.Last year, Manassero became the youngest British Amateur Champion at 16 years old and won the silver medal as the low amateur (13th) at the 2009 British Open at Turnberry, where he closed in 1-under 69. In April, he finished tied for 36th at the Masters after becoming the youngest player to ever make the cut.“My results this year are well above my expectations," said Manassero, who plays a full bag of Titleist equipment.Manassero became the ninth player across the worldwide profession tours to win using the new Titleist 910 driver since seeding began in July. For the week, Manassero finished fifth in driving accuracy, hitting 64.3 percent of fairways.
Manassero also finished second for the week in putts per green in regulation (1.646) after putting a new Scotty Cameron Studio Select Fastback putter into play for the first time.Here's a closer look at Manassero's Titleist equipment: Ball: Titleist Pro V1x Driver: Titleist 910D2 9.5 (A1 Setting) 3-wood: Titleist 909F2 13.5 Hybrid: Titleist 909H 17.0 Irons: AP2 (3-PW) Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled (52, 58) Putter: Scotty Cameron Studio Select Fastback
• • •Manassero's victory was one of four last week for Titleist Brand Ambassadors and golf ball loyalists across the worldwide professional tours. In 2010, Titleist golf ball players have recorded 126 total victories, more than 100 more than the nearest competitor with 23:• PGA TOUR: Pro V1x loyalist Jonathan Byrd hit perhaps the shot of the year Sunday night as darkness fell upon Las Vegas and the fourth playoff hole of the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospital for Children Open.But he didn't see it.Standing on the tee of TPC Summerlin's 240-yard par-3 17th, Byrd watched as his Pro V1x #2 golf ball disappeared somewhere over the green."It started perfect, it turned perfect, and it was coming right down the flag," said Byrd. " I thought I hit it too good. I thought I hit it too far, and I couldn't see anything."Byrd's Pro V1x dropped about 15 feet in front of the cup, hopped once and rolled into the cup, earning him his fourth PGA Tour victory – the first with a 6-iron in his hands at the end.
"…To hear the reaction as it went in, I was just in shock," he said. What better place than Las Vegas to win with an ace?Byrd closed in 3-under 68 to finish regulation at 21-under 263, tied with Pro V1 loyalist Cameron Percy (67).Byrd and Percy were two of 95 players in the field that trusted a Titleist golf ball, more than five times the nearest competitor with 17. Nine of the top 10 finishers trusted a Titleist golf ball for their success, while 22 players in the field had new Titleist Pro V1 or Pro V1x prototype golf balls in play.Percy was on one of seven players that used a new Pro V1 prototype golf ball, while Titleist Brand Ambassador Webb Simpson (T-4) was one of 15 players that played the new Pro V1x prototype golf ball.In the three weeks since Simpson put the new golf ball in play, he has finished T-12, T-44 and T-4. This week, Simpson also led the field in driving accuracy (83.9 percent).
• LPGA: Pro V1x loyalist Jimin Kang birdied three of her last four holes, including a 12-foot birdie putt on the final hole, to capture the inaugural Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia by one stroke over Hall of Famer and Pro V1 loyalist Julie Inkster.
The win was the second LPGA tour victory for Kang, who closed in 6-under 65 for a 9-under 204 total."(I'm) speechless. That's not that easy to do for me. I played solid. I hit a lot of putts. As you guys can tell, my score was good enough to win a tournament, and you know, it's been a while. So I'm trying to soak this in," said Kang, whose first LPGA victory came at the 2005 LPGA Corning Classic. "Oh, my... I can't believe I won!"Kang was one of 44 players in the field that trusted a Titleist golf ball, 11 times the nearest competitor with four.
Pro V1 loyalist Cristie Kerr, who finished eighth, is projected to regain the No. 1 position in this week's Rolex World Rankings.
• NATIONWIDE TOUR: Pro V1x loyalist David Mathis secured his 2011 PGA Tour card by winning the inaugural Winn-Dixie Jacksonville Open Sunday at Dye's Valley at TPC Sawgrass.Mathis closed in 1-under 69 to finish at 8-under 272 for a one-stroke victory over three players, including Titleist Brand Ambassador Won Joon Lee and Pro V1x loyalist Jeff Curl.
Mathis, who moved from No. 35 to No. 12 on the Nationwide Tour money list with only one event remaining, was one 89 players in the field that trusted a Titleist golf ball, nearly five times the nearest competitor with 16.Titleist also was first in Sand, Lob and Approach Wedges (126) and Putters (61).
Posted: October 22, 2010
Titleist Brand Ambassador Michael Letzig got off to a great start Thursday in the opening round of the PGA Tour's Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospital for Children Open, shooting a 7-under 64 that left him in a five-way tie at the top of the leaderboard in Las Vegas.Letzig, who at 6-foot-3 is one of the taller players on the PGA Tour, played his first seven holes at TPC Summerlin in 6 under, thanks to a birdie-birdie-birdie-birdie-birdie-eagle stretch from Nos. 12-16. He closed out his round with a birdie-eagle finish.Team Titleist caught up with Michael on the practice range at TPC Summerlin earlier in the week to talk about his equipment setup and check out his new Titleist 910 driver, customized Vokey wedges and brand new Scotty Cameron putter.Check out the video below for a closer look inside Michael's Titleist bag.
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Posted: October 18, 2010
Padraig Harrington becomes first player to win with New Titleist Pro V1x Prototype Golf Ball.Rocco Mediate eagles way to victory at Frys.com Open playing Pro V1x.
Fairhaven, MA (October 18, 2010) – Padraig Harrington was filming a 2011 Titleist golf ball commercial at St. Andrews in Scotland prior to the Dunhill Links Championship two weeks ago when he asked if a few dozen of the new Pro V1x prototype golf balls that he was hitting could be delivered to his hotel. He said he would be leaving for Asia after the Dunhill and wanted to give them a try. The rest is history. Playing the golf ball for the first time in competition, Harrington captured the Asian Tour’s Iskandor Johor Open in Malaysia, becoming the first player to win with the new 2011 prototype. Two weeks ago, Titleist began the customary seeding process of the new Pro V1x and companion Pro V1 with tour players at the PGA TOUR’s McGladrey Classic. It is at venues such as the worldwide professional tours where Titleist’s new high performance golf balls and equipment are validated by the world’s most discernible players prior to going to market.
Padraig Harrington put the new Titleist Pro V1x prototype golf ball in play for the first time Thursday at the Asian Tour's Iskandar Johor Open in Malaysia.Four days later, Harrington celebrated his first victory since the 2008 PGA Championship, closing with a 3-under 69 Sunday at Horizon Hills Golf & Country Club to win by three shots.Harrington is the first player to find the winner's circle using the new Titleist Pro V1x prototype golf ball, having received the balls just a week earlier. The new Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf ball prototypes made their competitive debut Oct. 7 in the first round of the PGA Tour's McGladrey Classic at Sea Island (Ga.) Golf Club.Harrington was also one of 105 players in the field that trusted a Titleist golf ball, more than five times the nearest competitor with 19.“There’s no doubt that it was my week to win. If you had followed me for the four days, I don’t think anyone would have questioned that my name was written on the trophy before the tournament started," Harrington, who entered the final round with a five-shot lead, told AsianTour.com. "I got the breaks all the way through."Harrington's victory was one of seven last week for Titleist Brand Ambassadors and golf ball loyalists across the worldwide professional tours. In 2010, Titleist golf ball players have recorded 122 total victories, nearly six times the nearest competitor with 21:• Rocco Mediate used a Pro V1x golf ball to win the Frys.com Open for his first PGA Tour victory since 2001, holing out for eagle all four days en route to a compelling one-shot victory over Titleist Brand Ambassador Bo Van Pelt and Pro V1x loyalist Alex Prugh at CordeValle GC in San Martin, Calif.Titleist was the overwhelming golf ball of choice at the Frys.com Open with 88 players, including 11 new Pro V1 and nine new Pro V1x prototypes in play. Titleist also was first in Iron Sets (35), Sand, Lob and Approach Wedges (102) and Putters (57).Titleist golf ball players swept the top 5 spots (Mediate, Van Pelt, Prugh, Rickie Fowler, Chris Tidland) on the leaderboard, and together provided one of the most exciting finishes of the year on the PGA Tour.Mediate, 47, was the headliner. After playing his first 15 holes Sunday in 5 over, he birdied the par-3 16th and then hit a pitching wedge from 116 yards on the 295-yard par-4 17th that spun back into the cup for eagle to take control of the tournament. Van Pelt, Prugh and Fowler each drove the 17th green, Prugh nearing holing out for double-eagle just before Mediate's grand finale.On Thursday, Mediate aced the 230-yard par-3 third hole; Friday, he holed out from 160 yards on the 418-yard par-4 fourth hole; and Saturday, Mediate holed out from 111 yards on the 568-yard par-5 15th.As for Sunday?
"Unbelievable," said Mediate. "…I can't believe it, but I can, if it makes any sense."• In his first two weeks playing the new Pro V1 golf ball prototype, Titleist Brand Ambassador Bo Van Pelt (new Pro V1 prototype, 909D2 driver, new 910Fd fairway metal, new 910H hybrid, CB and MB irons, Vokey Design wedges) has recorded seven rounds in the 60s (T-2, Frys.com Open, T-6 McGladrey Classic) and moved to 13th on the PGA Tour money list."It has been my most consistent year," said Van Pelt, who switched to Titleist equipment and a Pro V1 golf ball at the beginning of this season. (Click here to take a closer look inside Van Pelt's Titleist bag.)• Pro V1x loyalist Richard Green made 11 birdies in a final-round 7-under 65 to come back from seven shots and win the Portugal Masters for his third European Tour victory.Green finished with an 18-under 270 total (70-66-69-65) and two-shot victory over a group of four players, including Titleist Brand Ambassador Robert Karlsson (Pro V1x, new 910D3 driver, new 910F fairway metals, MB irons, Vokey Design wedges, Scotty Cameron putter).“I thought I was a little too it far back, being sort of seven shots behind the leader,” Green told European Tour.com. “But you know, I set out there today to shoot a good score and I had 64 in my mind and I thought if I got anywhere near, I would have a great week.Green and Karlsson were two of 69 players in the field that trusted Titleist golf balls, more than two times the nearest competitor with 24.• Pro V1 loyalist Beatriz Recari earned her first-career LPGA victory Sunday at the CVS Pharmacy LPGA Challenge, tapping her Titleist Pro V1 golf ball in from two feet on the 18th hole at Blackhawk Country Club in Danville, Calif., for a one-shot victory over Pro V1x loyalist Gwladys Nocera.Recari, whose 14-under 274 total was highlighted by a second-round 6-under 66, is the first Spaniard to win on the LPGA since Marta Figueros-Dotti at the 1994 Cup Noodles Hawaiian Ladies Open. (Click here to learn more about Beatriz Recari on LPGA.com.)"I still cannot believe it. I think it'll take me kind of a couple days to assimilate that," said Recari, who was born and raised in Pamplona, Spain. "…I'm thrilled. I did a very good job. I had three weeks off. I worked very hard, and that paid off. I played very well last week. And I got a great feeling when I came in, a good vibe, and I'm just very, very happy and proud of myself of that result and the kind of competition that I showed out there."Recari was one one 84 players in the field that trusted Titleist golf balls, more than eight times the nearest competitor with 10.Titleist Pro V1 golf ball players also swept the top six spots (Recari, Nocera, Michelle Redman, Karine Icher, Cristie Kerr and Wendy Ward) on the leaderboard.
• Pro V1x loyalist Jason Gore cruised to a four-shot victory at the Miccosukee Championship Sunday in Miami, setting a record by collecting his seventh trophy on the Nationwide Tour."It's a hard way to make an easy living. A lot of people play for money but I love trophies," Gore told PGATour.com. "Trophies shine!"Gore finished at 16-under 268, highlighted by a pair of 6-under 65s on Thursday and Saturday. He made just five bogeys over the four days of play."This (win) ranks among the best," Gore said. "It's just been so darn long. It never gets old. It doesn't matter where or when you win."Gore was one of 89 players in the field that trusted Titleist golf balls, more than four times the nearest competitor with 19. Titleist also was first in Iron Sets (37), Sand, Lob and Approach wedges (122) and Putters (59). • Titleist Brand Ambassador Kyung-tae Kim (Pro V1x, 909D3 driver, 909H hybrid, ZB and ZM irons, and Vokey Design wedges) won his second Japan Tour title this season at the Japan Open Golf Championship, closing in 7-under 64 to come from behind and win by two shots at Aichi Country Club.Kim, who finished at 13-under 271, was one of 38 players in the field that trusted a Titleist golf ball, more than any other competitor. Titleist also was first in Hybrids (27), including 3 new 910H hybrids; and Sand, Lob and Approach Wedges (69). • Sunshine Toour rookie and Titleist Brand Ambassador Justin Harding (Pro V1x, 909D3 driver, 909F2 fairway, 909H hybrid, CB irons, Vokey Design Wedges, Scotty Cameron putter) claimed his first career title at the Vodacom Business Origins of Golf Final at Oubaai. Harding made three birdies over his final five holes, including a tap-in birdie on the par-4 17th at Oubaai Golf Resort & Spa, to close in 1-under 71 and hold on for a one-shot victory.“It was awesome,” Harding, who finished with a 7-under 209 total, told SunshineTour.com. “I am thoroughly pleased. It was a fantastic week, nerve-wracking nonetheless, but I am overwhelmed. I’m thrilled.” Titleist was the golf ball of choice at the Vodacom Business Origins of Golf with 72 players, compared to 26 for the nearest competitor.
Posted: October 15, 2010
High Performance Designs combined with Patented SureFit Tour Hosel Technology Provides Total Performance and Precision Fit.
Fairhaven, MA (October 4, 2010) – Building upon its successful history of high performance drivers for tour players, club professionals, competitive and aspiring golfers, Titleist takes driver performance and fitting to a new level with the introduction of the 910 series drivers. Boasting improved all around performance and an unrivaled level of fitting precision previously available only on the major professional tours, Titleist offers all serious golfers total driving performance through a more precise fit.
The revolutionary new Titleist 910D2 and 910D3 drivers feature the fastest, most stable head designs Titleist has ever created, as well as the new SureFit Tour (SFT) dual-angle hosel. SFT is innovative, patented technology that allows the loft and lie to be independently adjusted and set.