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Posted: May 21, 2012
Pro V1x loyalist Nicolas Colsaerts tamed the wind and his opponent to capture the Volvo World Match Play Championship at Finca Cortesin in Spain.
The win follows up the Belgian’s first career win earlier this season at The Volvo China Open.
Three of the final four players placed their trust in the Pro V1x golf ball at the Championship – with Paul Lawrie and Titleist ambassador Rafa Cabrera-Bello also making it to the semi-finals.
Meanwhile, on the PGA Tour, Titleist ambassador Jason Dufner sank a 25-foot downhill putt on the last hole for a one stroke win at the Byron Nelson Championship – his second win in four weeks!
Dufner’s 11-under 269 total was enough to secure victory by one from Pro V1 loyalist Dicky Pride.
What’s in Jason Dufner’s bag? Pro V1 golf ball, 910 D2 (9.5) driver, 910F (13.5) and 906F2 (18.0) fairway metals, AP2 (4-P) irons, Vokey Design SM4 sand (56) and lob (60) wedges and Scotty Cameron prototype putter.
Titleist was the overwhelming ball of choice at the Byron Nelson Championship with 102 players, compared to 18 for the nearest competitor.
Elsewhere, on the LPGA Tour, it was an all Pro V1 final at the Sybase Match Play Championship where Azahara Munoz topped Candie Kung 2 and 1 to clinch her first LPGA Tour event.
Again, Titleist was the overwhelming ball of choice at the Sybase Match Play with 114 players, compared to 19 for the nearest competitor.
On the Japan Tour, Pro V1x loyalist Jay Choi fired a final round 7-under 65 to come from behind and earn his first Japan Golf Tour win by one shot at the Totoumi Hamamatsu Open