Titleist Brand Ambassador Greg Chalmers, winner of last weekend's Australian Open, might not be among the longest hitters in golf, but his short game certainly goes the distance.

Consider the following statistics:

• Greg ranked No. 1 this year on the PGA Tour in Scrambling (the percent of time a player misses the green in regulation, but still makes par or better) at 65.17 percent.

• He finished second in Sand Save Percentage, getting up-and-down from the bunker 103 of 167 times (61.68 percent), just as he did Sunday in Australia on the 18th hole to secure a one-shot victory.

• And he was 16th in Approaches from 50-75 yards, averaging 11 feet, 8 inches from the hole, probably one of the trickiest shots in golf.

Today, we're focusing in on that last one.

Armed with one of his Vokey Design Spin Milled wedges and plenty of Pro V1x golf balls, Greg tells Team Titleist what he's thinking about when faced with a 60-yard wedge shot and offers a couple tips for hitting it close.

Check it out on the above video.

Consistent and calm down the stretch, Titleist Brand Ambassador Greg Chalmers won the Australian Open Sunday for the second time in his career.

Trusting a Pro V1x golf ball and bag of Titleist equipment, including a Titleist 910D3 driver and new Vokey Design SM4 wedges, Chalmers played his final nine holes in bogey-free 2-under to post a closing 3-under 69.

The lefthander got up-and-down from a greenside bunker on the par-3 18th hole at The Lakes Golf Club, holing his Pro V1x from 5 feet to secure the one-shot victory and one of three wins on the weekend for Titleist golf ball players.

 Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x players have now won 165 of the tournaments played on the worldwide professional tours so far in 2011, 140 more than the nearest competitor with 25 and more than all competitors combined. A total of 20,476 players have played Titleist golf balls in those same events, more than six times the nearest competitor and more than all other golf balls combined.

Chalmers shot rounds of 67-72-67-69 to finish the four rounds at 13-under 275, one ahead of Pro V1 loyalist John Senden.

"I am just extremely excited and extremely pleased to have won this tournament twice. To win it once, you can stumble into that. I can see how guys can do that. But to win it twice, with this field, that does something for me," said Chalmers, who also won his national championship in 1998.

"That really floats my boat and it's very exciting for me. I don't know that there's any extra gratification. Just that I have got my name on the (Australian Open trophy) twice. That's phenomenal."

Chalmers was one of 12 Titleist golf ball players that finished in the top 14 on the final leader board.

Titleist Brand Ambassadors Adam Scott (Pro V1), Nick Watney (Pro V1x) and Geoff Ogilvy (Pro V1), as well as Pro V1 loyalist Nick O'Hern were among five players who tied for fourth place, four shots behind Chalmers.

Ogilvy fired the lowest final round of the tournament with a 7-under par 65 that included six birdies and an eagle.

Titleist was the overwhelming favorite golf ball with 115 players, more than six times the nearest competitor with 18 and more than all competitors combined.

Titleist was also the top choice in fairway metals (67), hybrids (51), irons (80), sand, lob and approach wedges (209) and putters (50). 

Here's a closer look at Greg Chalmers's Titleist equipment:

Ball: Titleist Pro V1x
Driver: Titleist 910D3 10.5º (Aldila RIP 60)
3-wood: Titleist 909F2 13.5º (Aldila VS Proto 80)
5-wood: Titleist 910F 17º (Aldila VS Proto 80)
Hybrid: Titleist 909H 21º (True Temper Dynamic Gold)
Irons: Titleist CB 4-P (True Temper Dynamic Gold)
Wedge: Titleist Vokey Design SM4 46º, 54•11º (True Temper Dynamic Gold)
Wedge: Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled 60•07 (True Temper Dynamic Gold)

• LPGA: Pro V1x loyalist Catriona Matthew won the Lorena Ochoa Invitational in convincing fashion, closing with a 1-under 71 for a four-shot victory in Mexico.

 It marked the fourth-career LPGA title for Matthew, who finished at 12-under 276.

"I'm absolutely delighted," said Matthew, who last won the 2009 Ricoh Women's British Open. "Already I don't think it's quite sunk in yet. I got off to a good start and hung in there in the last few holes."

Defending champion I.K. Kim (Pro V1) finished second at 8-under 272.

Three players tied for fourth at 5-under 283, including Julie Inkster (Pro V1) and Hee Kyung Seo (Pro V1x).

Titleist was the overwhelming golf ball of choice at the event with 22 players, more than four times the nearest competitor with five and more than all competitors combined.

• SUNSHINE TOUR: Pro V1x loyalist Warren Abery won the Nedbank Affinity Cup, leading a 1-through-5 finish for Titleist golf ball players.

 Abery carded a final round two-under 70 en route to an 11-under par 205 victory total, two shots clear of Titleist Brand Ambassador Prinavin Nelson (Pro V1x) and Pro V1x loyalist Andrew Curlewis.

Pro V1x loyalist Darren Fichardt was another shot back in fourth position, while Vaughn Groenewald (Pro V1) placed solo fifth.

“It’s great to win – that’s what we all play for – and it’s nice to be able to close it out,” Abery said of his seventh-career title.

Titleist was the overwhelming top choice in golf balls with 52, more than three time the nearest competitor with 16 and more than all other golf balls combined.

• EUROPEAN TOUR: Titleist was the No. 1 golf ball of choice at the Barclays Singapore Open with 122 players, more than four times the nearest competitor with 26 and more than all competitors combined, including runner up  Juvic Pagunsan (Pro V1x) .

• JAPAN: Runner-up Toru Taniguchi (Pro V1x) was one of 36 players at the Taiheiyo Masters that relied on Titleist golf balls for their success, more than any other competitor.

There may not have ever been a less difficult task than picking Titleist Brand Ambassador Scott Stallings' Shots of the Year.

(Well, at least one of them.)

If you watched the final round of the Greenbrier Classic in late July, you know what we're talking about.

That Sunday afternoon at the Greenbrier, Scott stood on the tee at the 169-yard par-3 18th hole at the Old White Course needing to make birdie to get into a playoff.

He swung back with his new Titleist AP2 (712 Series) 9-iron and sent his Pro V1x sailing just left of the flag, the ball landing 5 feet from the hole to set up a game-tying birdie.

About 20 minutes later, Stallings was back on the 18th tee with his new AP2 9-iron. This time, his Pro V1x slammed down on the green, just a foot or two away from the spot it landed in regulation. Scott cooly rolled in the putt for his first PGA Tour victory.

"I actually put my ball on the same tee that I used in the same spot during regulation," he said.

It was perhaps one of the most exciting performances of the year on the PGA Tour, influenced partly by a shot he hit at the Transitions Championship in March. That one you probably don't remember.

Scott explains in the above video.

To see replays of Scott's Greenbrier-winning swings , see the video below.

What was your Shot of the Year? Be sure to head over to the Team Titleist discussion boards and let us know.

Video: Bo Van Pelt's Shot of the Year

Playing late Sunday afternoon at Augusta National Golf Club is a feat in itself. Nevermind making two eagles in three holes on the back nine to climb up the Masters leaderboard.

Titleist Brand Ambassador Bo Van Pelt did both.

"It was a dream come true," he said.

During the final round at this year's Masters, Bo eagled both par-5s on the back nine, Nos. 13 and 15, setting off a couple of those loud-and-famous Sunday roars.

What he'll remember most from that stretch is the second shot into the 15th green.

After a long drive down the right side of the fairway, Bo pulled his Titleist MB 6-iron from the bag. He knew he had to hit it perfect to fly the pond in front of the green.

His Pro V1 golf ball launched high and landed soft, stopping 4 feet from the pin. The patrons erupted.

Bo called it his Shot of the Year. See how Bo described the moment in the above video.*

What was your Shot of the Year? Be sure to head over to the Team Titleist discussion boards and let us know.

*Note: Video was filmed before Bo's victory at the CIMB Asia Pacific Classic.

To say it's been a breakout season for Titleist Brand Ambassador Webb Simpson is probably an understatement.

Webb started the season 213th in the Official World Golf Ranking. Ten months, two wins, 12 top-10s and over $8 million later, Webb is now ranked 10th and gearing up to play in his first Presidents Cup.

Accordingly, Webb has hit his fair share of great shots over that period with his Pro V1x golf ball and bag full of Titleist equipment.

Perhaps most memorable were his last few swings Labor Day weekend at TPC Boston on his way to victory in the Deutsche Bank Championship.

But if you ask Webb, his shot of the year actually came several months prior at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, a tournament he didn't win. Webb explains why in the above video.

After watching, be sure head over to the Team Titleist discussion boards to tell us about your Shot of the Year.

And stay tuned throughout the week as more Titleist players discuss their shots of the year with Team Titleist...

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