The results are in, and Titleist is once again at the head of the class. At the 2013 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Golf Championships, the most important on-course test of the year for collegiate golfers, a total of 240 players chose to play Titleist Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf balls, more than 12 times the nearest competitor brand with 19 and more than all competitors combined.
These high marks are just further proof that at every level of competitive golf, the overwhelming golf ball of choice for serious golfers everywhere is Titleist.
In Atlanta at this week's NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championship, being contested at the Capital City Club's Crabapple Course, 132 players in the field of 156 relied upon Titleist golf balls, more than eight times the nearest competitor with 16.
It was more of the same at the NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Championship that was played at University of Georgia Golf Course in Athens, Ga. An overwhelming 108 of the 126 players relied upon Titleist golf balls, more than 18 times the nearest competitor with six. In addition, the individual champion relied upon the Titleist Pro V1 golf ball for her success, as did all five members of the team champions.
With 85 percent of players at the NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Championships relying on Titleist for their success, more of the best players in collegiate golf have reaffirmed that there is, in fact, a difference between a golf ball and the #1 ball in golf.
At the NCAA Men's, Titleist also was the overwhelming favorite of more players than any other brand across every major golf club category including drivers (50), fairway metals (55), hybrids (48), iron sets (57), sand, lob and approach wedges (162) and putters (65). Titleist irons (35), Vokey Design sand, lob and approach wedges (141) and Scotty Cameron putters (45) were also the top choice among competitors at the NCAA Women's finale.