Posted: December 30, 2012
Out on tour there are a lot of tough par three’s where if a player finds the green and makes a par, they are more than happy.
This year at the KIA Classic, Pro V1x loyalist Brittany Lincicome was looking to do just that on the sixth hole.
“This green is super small, so anything anywhere near the green is a really good shot,” said Lincicome.
“So when I stepped up to it, it was just get it on the green make our par and go to the next hole.”
Well instead of walking away with a par, Lincicomoe sent her Pro V1x flying exactly 175-yards for a hole-in-one and her most memorable shot of 2012.
See what Brittany had to say in the video above and check out some other Team Titleist Shots of the year below.
Team Titleist Shots of the Year: Angela Stanford Edition
Team Titleist Shots of the Year: Louis Oosthuizen Edition
Team Titleist Shots of the Year: Zach Johnson Edition
Team Titleist Shots of the Year: Rickie Fowler Edition
Team Titleist Shots of the Year: Jason Dufner Edition
Team Titleist Shots of the Year: Scott Stallings Edition
Posted: December 28, 2012
Having confidence in your golf ball and knowing it is going to perform as expected when the pressure is on, is key to success.
Just ask Angela Stanford.
"This year in Singapore we had to play the 18th hole multiple times in our playoff. And for me in the past it has always been a tough tee shot," said Stanford.
"Every time we went back there I knew the exact shot I wanted to hit and that gave me momentum... I knew I was going to hit the fairway. And I knew I was going to give myself an opportunity into the green."
It took three trips to the 18th but at the end of the day, Stanford's confidence in her Pro V1 helped her emerge as the champion.
Watch the video above and check out some other Team Titleist Shots of the Year by visiting the links below...
Posted: December 20, 2012
Titleist Brand Ambassador Zach Johnson's victory at John Deere Classic turned out to be anything but routine.
After four rounds of solid play at TPC Deere Run, Zach, the local favorite, found himself in a playoff with fellow Pro V1x loyalist Troy Matteson. On the first playoff hole, both players found the water and ended up making bogeys to force another hole of sudden death.
While Troy found the middle of the fairway with his tee shot, Zach ended up in a fairway bunker with 195 yards left to the hole.
“I hit a 6-iron, just a good full backswing with an abbreviated follow through. And just tried to get down on the golf ball,” said Johnson. "It landed middle of the green, maybe towards the back third… and released obviously quite a ways after it ricocheted off the bank.”
Once his Pro V1x settled, Zach sent his putt to the bottom of the cup to capture the title and cap his most memorable shot of 2012.
“When you had to execute a shot in a difficult circumstance, especially when your opponent is in the middle of the fairway. That’s the one that stands out,” said Johnson.
Watch the above video to hear Zach’s take on the shot.
Stay tuned for our next installment of the Team Titleist 2012 Shots of the Year and check out some of the earlier highlights below.