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Posted: April 23, 2012
Titleist brand ambassador Ben Curtis and Pro V1x loyalist Lee Westwood headlined a four-win week for Titleist golf balls around the world's major tours, as they captured the Valero Texas Open and the CIMB NIAGA Indonesian Masters respectively.
Ben Curtis - the 2012 Valero Texas Open Champion
Curtis posted a final round even-par 72 for a 279 total and victory by two shots over Pro V1 loyalist John Huh and one other.
Curtis made a clutch save on the 17th after a bad lie from the middle of the fairway left him with a 20-foot putt for par. He then birdied the par-5 18th to secure the title, the fourth of his PGA TOUR career and first since 2006 (his previous victories came at the 2003 Open Championship, 2006 Booz Allen Classic and the 2006 84 LUMBER Classic).
What's in the bag Ben?WHAT'S IN BEN CURTIS'S BAG?: Pro V1x golf ball, 910 D3 (8.5) driver, 910 F.d (13.5) fairway metal, 910 H (18.0, 20.0) hybrids, AP1 (4-PW) irons, Vokey Design approach (52) and Vokey TVD sand (58) wedges, Scotty Cameron Studio Select Newport 2 putter.
Of the 10 players who placed among the top-10 finishers at the Valero Texas Open, nine trusted Titleist golf balls for their success. Titleist was the overwhelming ball of choice with 105 players compared to 14 for the nearest competitor.
On the Asian Tour, Pro V1x loyalist Lee Westwood successfully defended his title at the CIMB NIAGA Indonesian Masters. Westwood shot a final round 2-over 74 at Royale Jakarta GC to finish at 16-under 272. He played 32 holes on Sunday in the weather delayed event.
Lee Westwood holds aloft his trusted Pro V1xThaworn Wiratchant of Thailand (Pro V1x) shot a final round 67 to take solo 2nd place at 14-under 274. Titleist Brand Ambassador Gaganjeet Bhullar of India (Pro V1x, 910 D2 driver, AP2 irons, Vokey Design pitching, sand and lob wedges, Scotty Cameron Studio Select Newport putter) and fellow countryman Shiv Kapur (Pro V1x) tied for third at 12-under 276 to give Titleist ball players the top four spots in the event. Of the 13 players who finished among the top-10 at the Indonesian Masters, 8 trusted a Titleist golf ball for their success.
Elsewhere, on the Sunshine Tour, Pro V1x loyalist Chris Swanepoel captured the Golden Pilsner Zimbabwe Open, while on the Japan Tour fellow Pro V1 loyalist Hiroyuki Fujita ran out victorious at the Tsuruya Open.
Titleist golf ball loyalist Chris Swanepoel sends his Pro V1x towards the hole - his trousers were on the money too!
On the European Tour, there were strong finishes for Titleist ambassadors George Coetzee and Victor Dubuisson, both of whom posted 16-under 272 totals to finsh tied for fourth at the Volvo China Open.
Titleist was the overwhelming ball of choice at the Volvo China Open with 94 players, compared to 21 for the nearest competitor.
Posted: April 18, 2012
The European Tour has moved to China this week - more specifically the North Eastern city of Tianjin, the sixth largest city in China.
Binhai Lake Golf Club plays host to the Volvo China Open for the first time and is set to provide a stern test to the players. Measuring a staggering 7,667 yards, the par 72 course features plenty of water - add to this the exposed construction and the expectation of windy conditions and you can see why it is anyone's guess as to which way the scoring will go.
Of the four par 3's on the course only one is less that 200 yards (and that is 199 yards)! The 13th is a whopping 287 yards long, which could leave some looking for bail out areas rather than shooting at the pin!
And just when the players think the end is in sight, the 18th is a 630 yard par 5 - should make for an interesting finish if it is tight on the last day.
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This week's prize and the list of previous winners, including defending champion and Pro V1x loyalist Nicolas Colsaerts
Posted: April 17, 2012
Titleist is the #1 ball for more players and more champions across the worldwide professional tours. In fact, to date in 2012, Titleist golf ball players have recorded 44 victories around the world, compared to 6 for the nearest competitor. Since the introduction of the Pro V1 in 2000, the golf ball franchise has been the golf ball of choice for more than 1,700 champions worldwide.
Below is a listing of tournaments won by Titleist golf ball players on the major worldwide professional tours in 2012.
Posted: April 16, 2012
Titleist Pro V1x loyalist Louis Oosthuizen put last week's disappointment behind him in typically stoical style to capture the Maybank Malaysian Open at the Kuala Lumpur G&CC.
The 2012 Maybank Malaysian Open Champion, Pro V1x loyalist Louis Oosthuizen
With four sub-70 rounds, Louis pulled away from the pack with five final round birdies on his way to a 4-under round of 68.
"On Thursday I knew the game was there - it was just a question of whether or not I would be able to go all the way physically," explained Oosthuizen after his fifth European Tour title.
Louis shakes hands with compatriot and Titleist staffer Jbe Kruger
Clearly, Louis was able to withstand the effects of a 30-hour journey from Augusta to Malaysia, travelling across 12 timezones on the way.
Titleist staffer Rafa Cabrera-Bello continued his run of good form as he finished tied for third at 12-under - at the same time moving up to #61 in the Official Golf World Rankings.
Titleist ambassador Rafa Cabrera-Bello splashes his Pro V1x out of a bunker during the final round
Four of the top five finishers relied on Titleist golf balls for their success and Titleist was the overwhelming ball of choice at the Maybank Malaysian Open with 94 players, compared to 23 for the nearest competitor.
Elsewhere, on the Nationwide Tour, Pro V1x loyalist Alex Aragon earned his first Nationwide Tour title at the TPC Stonebrae Championship while on the Champions Tour , fellow Pro V1x loyalist Michael Allen cruised to victory at the Encompass Insurance Pro-Am of Tampa Bay.
Posted: April 13, 2012
Countless times a day, Titleist golf balls are launched from earth, propelling upwards and onwards in a matter of seconds.
Ever wonder what makes them go?
Golfers, their golf clubs and golf swings certainly have a lot to do with it. Not to mention all of the technology, innovation and R&D that gets added to the equation when it comes to making the #1 ball in golf.
However, a golf ball's main source of energy is its core.
Since we’re a rather curious bunch here at Team Titleist, we decided to talk to the Golf Ball R&D department in order to improve our core competency. Here's what we learned from the experts...
The core is a high-resiliency rubber composition that makes up the centre and largest component of every Titleist golf ball. In the Titleist R&D department, an entire team of chemists and engineers has been dedicated to formulating cores and advancing the technology (such as the Titleist Pro V1's new ZG Process Core Technology) that helps power the most played golf balls at every level of competitive golf.
"Plain and simple, the core is the engine of the golf ball," says Bill Morgan, Senior V.P. of Titleist Golf Ball R&D.