• Titleist is the overwhelming golf ball of choice at the WGC-Cadillac Championship with 37 players teeing up Titleist golf balls, more than three times the nearest competitor with 12 and more than all competitors combined. Titleist is also first in Iron Sets (18); Sand, Lob and Approach Wedges (51); and Putters (19).

• Due to the windy conditions this week in Miami, Titleist Brand Ambassador Nick Watney added a Titleist AP2 3-iron to his bag this week temporarily in place of his New 910F 19.0 fairway metal. There are a few holes at Doral that call for lower, more penetrating 220-plus-yard shots, which Nick feels more comfortable hitting with the 3-iron. All of Nick's AP2 irons (3-9) have True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts and are 1º weak from standard, as he is a lower launch/spinning player.

Titleist Brand Ambassador Adam Scott is playing a new set of custom grind 710 MBs with KBS Tour shafts and a Tour-only satin finish. (Adam's irons are bent 1º weak as well.)

Adam also added a Graphite Design DI-8 shaft with a custom black paint scheme to his New Titleist 910 9.5 driver (switching from a Aldila RIP 80X shaft). He is putting with a 49-inch Scotty Cameron Studio Select Stainless Kombi for the second consecutive week.


Titleist Brand Ambassador Geoff Ogilvy is putting The Blue Monster's greens with a new Scotty Cameron Triple Black 009 with a sight line. Geoff (pictured, right) has been working with a sight line at home the last couple of weeks, and said that it is helping him better line up his putts.

He has also added a 710 pitching wedge to the bag in place of his Vokey Design 250-08 wedge.

• Titleist Brand Ambassadors Adam Scott, Charley Hoffman, Robert Karlsson, S.Y. Noh and Nick Watney put in their orders for Vokey wedges with fresh grooves in anticipation of the Masters.

That list is certain to grow in the next two to three weeks.

Titleist Brand Ambassador Rory McIlroy is debuting a new, longer putter this week: A 34-inch Scotty Cameron Del Mar Buttonback in Tour Black finish. He had a 32 1/2-inch Scotty Cameron Studio Select Fastback in the bag for over two years. (Team Titleist spoke with Rory about the new putter, and we'll post that video soon.)

Titleist Brand Ambassador Rickie Fowler "blacked out" his trusty Scotty Cameron GSS Circle T Circa 62 #3 model this week with an all-black finish and black shaft. He's also got an all-black headcover to match.

Look out for more pictures of these new clubs in upcoming blog posts here on Team Titleist.

 

Exciting news, Team Titleist: Golf's newest slapstick comedian is back with another knee-slapper.

Titleist Brand Ambassador Ben Crane – a three-time PGA Tour winner and the star of recent smash Internet hits "Ben's Workout Routine" and "Ben On Pre Round" – premiered his latest episode Tuesday night on Golf Channel.

It's called "On Slow Play," and you can check it out now in the above video. (Just don't try any of it at your home course.)

And be sure to pay attention
, because Ben is going to quiz Team Titleist about the new video in an upcoming discussion board post.

Knowing the correct answer to his question could win you a cool prize. So check back with us soon…

For all of Ben's videos, head over to his Web site: www.bencranegolf.com.

Enjoy!

Team Titleist is thrilled to be in Miami this week for the WGC-Cadillac Championship, where we'll be catching up with several Titleist Brand Ambassadors and golf ball loyalists before the tournament kicks off Thursday at Doral.

We're especially excited to check in with Titleist Brand Ambassador Nick Watney, one of the most consistent players on the PGA Tour, who will be taking some time to answer questions submitted from members of Team Titleist.

Nick has started the 2011 PGA Tour season right where he left off last year, with three top-6 finishes in his first three stroke-play starts and seven rounds of 68 or better. Nick closed 2010 with two consecutive top-6 finishes and hasn't finished worse than T-36 dating back to last July.

The 29-year-old is currently No. 2 in scoring average on the PGA Tour (68.96) and No. 5 in Birdie Average (4.67). Nick, who plays a Pro V1x golf ball, also ranks No. 1 in Scrambling.

In 2009, Nick finished runner-up at Doral, posting rounds of 66-67-67-70 at the Blue Monster.

(Click here for a closer look at the Titleist equipment in Nick's bag, including his New 910 driver, fairway metal and hybrid.)

Do you have a question for Nick?

He will be selecting his favorite questions to answer, so post your best question in the comments section below and check back later this week to see if yours was picked. Thanks!

The Honda Classic is well underway at a windy and demanding Champions Course at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., where many of the PGA Tour's best have gathered for the start to The Florida Swing.

Many Titleist Brand Ambassadors and golf ball players are also in the field this week, including Titleist Brand Ambassador Gary Woodland (pictured below), who opened with rounds of 71-68 and will be in contention heading into the weekend.

In total, 94 players at the Honda Classic are playing Titleist golf balls, more than seven times the nearest competitor with 13 and more than all competitors combined. Titleist is also first in Iron Sets (38); Sand, Lob & Approach Wedges (114); and Putters (56).

Photographer Greg Moore, a loyal Team Titleist member, was kind enough to send us some photos from earlier in the week to share with Team Titleist. Check them out in the slideshow below. Thanks, Greg!

Happy Friday, Team Titleist!

We hope you are able to join us later today at 4:30 p.m. EST for our Titleist Golf Clubs Live Webcast – hosted by Dan Stone, Vice President of Titleist Golf Club R&D, and Chris McGinley, Vice President of Titleist Golf Club Marketing, who will be answering questions submitted from members of Team Titleist and providing insight into the world of Titleist golf clubs.

Last week, Chris and Dan also took some time to answer questions from Team Titleist concerning the New Titleist 910 fairway metals and hybrids (910F, 910Fd and 910H) and the revolutionary SureFit Tour (SFT) dual-angle hosel, which you can watch in the videos below.

If your question wasn't selected, be sure to submit it for the Webcast here. Thanks – and see you soon!

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Steve G. asks…
Will adjusting the loft via SFT affect turf interaction in any way? If so, how? Thanks!

 


Derek R. asks…
My question is does the 13.5deg 910Fd set on C-4 perform the same as the 15deg set on C-1? What are the advantages/disadvantages if any of these two setups? Thanks!

 


Ken C. asks...
I loved my 906F 3 wood but somehow graduated to the 909F and now I really love that one. Other than the ability to custom fit the club, how is this club better than my old 909F once I have achieved the perfect customization for myself?

 


Gregg asks…
What effect will changing to a lighter rear weight screw in my driver have on my ball flight?

 


Dave M. asks…
I currently have just bought a 910 driver 10.5 degree with V2 shaft stiff C1 Position. I am looking at a new 3 wood 910FD which is 15 degrees, then I would like to have a 5 wood and then replace my 3 iron with a hybrid. I was fitted with the V2 shaft stiff when I bought my driver so should I purchase these three new clubs with the same shaft and same position C1?

 


Thierry M. asks…
I bought before Christmas a 910D2 8.5 with a Motore F1 75 S flex, which suits me perfectly. I'm looking at adding a 910F 15 to my bag. Should I go for the same shaft ?

 

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