Fairhaven, MA (March 30, 2012) – Titleist, the #1 ball in golf, announces the availability of its Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls in special double-digit play numbers.  The most trusted golf balls on the worldwide professional tours and with golfers around the globe, the Pro V1 and Pro V1x will be available in the double digit play numbers of 00 or 10-99 by custom order through Titleist-authorized golf shops.  This marks the first time that Pro V1 golf balls are being made available in special double- digit play numbers.

“Golfers, whether on the course or through Team Titleist, have often asked us if they can purchase their Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf ball in their own unique double digit play number,” said Mary Lou Bohn, Vice President Golf Ball Marketing and Communications. “It may be to distinguish their ball from the other three Pro V1 players in their group, they have a lucky number or favorite athlete’s number, or they want to provide a unique gift for a special birthday or anniversary.  We want to accommodate those Pro V1 and Pro V1x loyalists who trust the Titleist brand and want to create an even more personal connection.” 

The Pro V1 and Pro V1x with double digit play numbers are currently available through a special limited time promotion, and as of June 1, 2012, will be available ongoing through custom order only with a minimum purchase of six dozen.  Golfers who are interested in these Pro V1 golf balls should contact their local authorized Titleist golf shop for pricing, availability and other details.

Contact:  Joe Gomes, Director of Communications, Acushnet Company (508.979.3211)

We're pumped to kick off major championship season with another Team Titleist Trivia contest.

This week's special guest is Pro V1x loyalist Stacy Lewis, the Kraft Nabisco Championship's defending champ and one of the LPGA's top talents.

We've also got some major prizes up for grabs. One (1) grand prize winner will receive a Pro V1x golf ball signed by Stacy, a limited edition Team Titleist T-shirt (white or blue) as well as one dozen Limited Edition Team Titleist Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf balls.

Four (4) runner-ups will also win a Stacy Lewis-signed Pro V1x and Team Titleist tee.

Stacy has this week's question in the following video...
(Need a hint? Click here.)

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY: To enter the contestlog in to your Team Titleist account and then add a comment (see below) to this blog post with the correct answer to Stacy's question by Sunday, April 1, at 11:59 p.m. EDT.*

Note: You must be a Team Titleist member to enter. Only one entry per person. We will randomly draw the winners from all approved entries. (The grand prize will be awarded to the first approved entry randomly drawn.)

(Sorry U.S. only. Here's some more info: Why are Titleist sweepstakes U.S. only?)

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**UPDATE: Thanks everyone for playing and congratulations to our winners! We will contact you via email shortly.

Here's Stacy with the answer...

Grand Prize:

• Chad M.


• Weslie
• Hunter S.
• Mike M.
• Quinn D.

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Spring is here, and so is the year's first major: The LPGA's Kraft Nabisco Championship.

Last year, Stacy Lewis trusted her Pro V1x golf ball to a closing 3-under 69 and three-shot victory, the third consecutive win for Titleist golf ball players at Mission Hills. Yani Tseng (Pro V1x) won in 2010 and Brittany Lincicome (Pro V1x) in 2009.
"I think the golf ball is the most important thing at a major. The greens are always firm and you have to be able to control your shot and control the trajectory with the wind," Lewis tells Team Titleist.

"They're the hardest conditions we play all year and to know your golf ball is going to perform the same every time – it's a perfect thing."

Team Titleist recently spoke with Lewis, Lincicome, Angela Stanford (Pro V1)  and I.K. Kim (Pro V1) about their keys to success at Kraft and the importance of being able to trust your golf ball under major championship conditions.

See what they had to see in the above video.

Last year, we invited Team Titleist members in five cities around the country to come out to the course and test new prototype Titleist golf balls.

At Titleist, the R&D process is constant, with prototype and test golf balls being developed throughout the year. Most never make it past initial stages, others end up at various stages of golfer testing, whether at our testing facilities or on course with PGA Tour players or Team Titleist members.

The feedback the Titleist Golf Ball R&D team receives during these testing sessions is crucial in the design and development of the products that go to market. Once a Titleist golf ball is in the final stages, we then validate it through more golfer testing.

The golf balls tested by Team Titleist members last year were prototypes of the new NXT Tour, NXT Tour S, Velocity and DT SoLo golf balls, which first appeared on pro shop shelves early this year.

In the above video, Team Titleist members talk about their overall experience participating in this particular test panel.

To be eligible for future prototype golf ball and golf club testing, please make sure that you have registered for Team Titleist and that you have completed your Team Titleist profile.

Grab the remote control and throw on your workout gear. Season 8 of "Golf Fitness Academy" presented by Titleist premieres tonight, Monday, March 26, at 5:30 p.m. (EDT) on Golf Channel.

While filming the season's 10 episodes last month, Dr. Greg Rose and Dave Phillips, the show's hosts and co-founders of the Titleist Performance Institute, welcomed several PGA Tour players and TPI Certified instructors to the set inside TPI.

The mission: Improve play and maximize performance on the golf course through fitness.

In Episode 1, Greg and Dave focus on all-around fitness with the help of several special guests, including Titleist Brand Ambassador S.Y. NohTPI Nutrition Advisory Board Member K.C. Craichy, Symetra Tour Player Taylor Carl, TPI Head Athletic Trainer Lance Gill and TPI Advisory Board Member Robert Yang.

Our friends at TPI sent along some pictures from the season's filming, featuring Titleist Brand Ambassadors Adam Scott, Kyle Stanley and Pro V1x loyalist Mark Wilson, which you can view in the slideshow below. You can also check out a preview of tonight's episode in the following video.

The full Season 8 schedule is listed at the bottom of this post.

 The full Season 8 schedule is listed below the slideshow.


Golf Fitness Academy Season 8 schedule (all air times at 5:30 p.m. EST):

• March 26 (All-Around Fitness)

• April 9 (featuring Adam Scott & Dave Darbyshire)

• April 16 (20-minute Home Workout featuring TPI Cofounders Dave Phillips and Dr. Greg Rose)

• April 23 (Power featuring TPI Certified Fitness Professional Robert Yang & 5-Time World Long Drive Champion Jason Zuback)

• April 30 (Nutrition featuring John Berardi (Precision Nutrition), KC Craichy (Living Fuel) )

• May 14 (featuring TPI Certified Fitness Professional Derek Lemire & Kyle Stanley)

• May 21 (Junior golfers featuring TPI Certified Junior Coach Milo Bryant)

• May 28 (Deceleration Power with TPI Certified Fitness Professional Jason Glass & Titleist Loyalist and pro snowboarder Devun Walsh)

• June 4 (TPI Certified Fitness Professional & Luke Donald's trainer Ben Shear/Red Cord)

• June 18 (featuring TPI Certified Fitness Professional Cory Puyear & Mark Wilson)

For more updates on the "Golf Fitness Academy" filming, check out TPI's Facebook page.

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