13 for 2013: Team Titleist Year in Review #12

Posted: December 18, 2013

Next up for the Team Titleist year in review, we say hello to the Web.com Class of 2014.

Here is our post from earlier in the year that shines the spotlight on the 30 players who trusted Titleist Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf balls on their journey to the PGA Tour. Congrats, guys!

30 Players Trust Titleist to 2014 PGA Tour Promotions

Originally Posted on October 1, 2013 


In 2013, for the first time ever, 50 PGA Tour cards were made available through the Web.Com Tour – 25 for the Top 25 on the money list during the regular season, and another 25 for the top performing players (without a regular season promotion) during the Web.Com Tour Finals.

Amid all the changes, at least one thing remained constant: More players in pursuit of their PGA Tour status put their trust in Titleist when it mattered most. Among the 50 qualifiers for the 2014 PGA Tour schedule, 30 players relied on a Titleist Pro V1 or Pro V1x for their success, five times the nearest competitor with six and more than all other competitors combined. Additionally, 14 players chose Titleist throughout their bag.

Before the Web.Com Finals began, Titleist Brand Ambassador Chesson Hadley had already qualified for a promotion with his third place finish on the regular season money list. That didn't deter Chesson from winning the Web.Com Tour Championship by two shots. Another regular season Top 25 finisher, Titleist Brand Ambassador John Peterson caught post-season fire down the stretch to earn the No. 1 spot on the Finals money list.

Also in the finale, Pro V1x loyalist Lee Williams saved one of the most memorable shots for the final hole of the season. With a promotion on the line, Lee poured in a birdie putt from over forty feet on the 72nd hole Sunday to earn his card. For a complete recap of the Web.Com Tour Championship, click here.

Congratulations to the class of 2013 - 2014! Good luck on the PGA Tour this season.

Titleist Brand Ambassador John Peterson 
(Pro V1x)
Titleist Brand Ambassador Chesson Hadley 
(Pro V1x)
Titleist Brand Ambassador Ben Martin 
(Pro V1x)
Titleist Brand Ambassador Patrick Cantlay 
(Pro V1x)
Titleist Brand Ambassador Bud Cauley 
(Pro V1x)
Titleist Brand Ambassador Will Claxton 
(Pro V1x)
Titleist Brand Ambassador Brad Fritsch 
(Pro V1)
Titleist Brand Ambassador Mark Anderson 
(Pro V1x)

Titleist Brand Ambassador Tyrone Van Aswegen (Pro V1x)

Titleist Brand Ambassador Peter Malnati 
(Pro V1x)
Titleist Brand Ambassador Kevin Foley 
(Pro V1x)
Titleist Brand Ambassador Benjamin Alvarado (Pro V1x)

Titleist Brand Ambassador Andrew Loupe 
(Pro V1x)
Titleist Brand Ambassador Brice Garnett 
(Pro V1x)
Pro V1x Loyalist Daniel Chopra
Pro V1x Loyalist Miguel Angel Carballo
Pro V1x Loyalist Alex Prugh
Pro V1x Loyalist Lee Williams
Pro V1x Loyalist Chad Collins
Pro V1x Loyalist Kevin Kisner
Pro V1x Loyalist Heath Slocum
Pro V1 Loyalist Troy Merritt
Pro V1x Loyalist Brendon Todd
Pro V1x Loyalist Will MacKenzie
Pro V1x Loyalist Tim Wilkinson
Pro V1x Loyalist Alex Aragon
Pro V1x Loyalist Jim Herman
Pro V1x Loyalist Scott Gardiner
Pro V1x Loyalist Andrew Svoboda
Pro V1x Loyalist Edward Loar

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Brian D

Very long listing of ProV1x players here.  I am surprised how many play with the X.  


Great post.  Lots of good young (and veteran) players making it through to get their cards.