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Posted: November 21, 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 180 victories around the world, compared to 24 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 1,800 champions worldwide.
Below is a listing of tournaments won by Titleist golf ball players on the major worldwide professional tours in 2012.
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Posted: November 20, 2012
To celebrate last weekend's six win haul for Titleist brand ambassadors and golf ball loyalists - including Adam Scott and Luke Donald who won with new Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls respectively - we are offering six Team Titleist members the chance to win exclusive Team Titleist branded golf balls and hats.
We will draw six winners, each of whom will win a dozen Team Titleist branded Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf balls and an exclusive Team Titleist cap!
To be in with a chance to win, simply answer the following question:
What was Adam Scott's four round total when he won the 2012 Australian Masters?
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Posted: November 19, 2012
Titleist brand ambassadors and golf ball loyalists combined to record an amazing six wins this weekend around the world's professional tours, with Adam Scott and Luke Donald trusting the new Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x prototype golf balls respectively for their wins!
Australasian: Titleist Brand Ambassador Adam Scott became the first player to win with new Titleist Pro V1 prototype golf ball when he captured the Australian Masters by four shots. Scott fired a final round 5-under par 67 en route to a 17-under par 271 victory total. The native Queenslander and fan favourite underlined his first win of the year and the 20th of his professional career with a birdie on the final hole.
What's in Adam Scott's Titleist Bag?: New Pro V1 prototype golf ball, 910D3 driver (9.5), 910F fairway metal (15), prototype 712U utility iron (19), MB irons (4-9), Vokey Design SM4 pitching (48), sand (54) and lob (60) wedges, Scotty Cameron Kombi Long putter
Scott finished four clear of Pro V1x loyalist and defending champion Ian Poulter, who closed with a level par 72. Titleist Brand Ambassador Gareth Paddison (Pro V1x, 913 driver, 913F fairway metal, CB irons, Vokey Design Wedges, Scotty Cameron putter) tied for third, another four shots back, while Adam Crawford closed with the best round of the day, a 7-under 65 to finish solo fifth, as Titleist golf ball loyalists occupied four of the top five positions and nine of the 12 who finished among the top 10 and ties at Kingston Heath.
Titleist was the most played golf ball with 87 players in the field of 120, nearly four times the nearest competitor with 22.
Japan: On the same day that Adam Scott recorded the first win for the new Titleist Pro V1 prototype golf ball, Luke Donald captured the Dunlop Pheonix playing the new Titleist Pro V1x prototype golf ball in competition for the first time.
Donald fired a final round 3-under par 68 en route to a 16-under 268 total to record a five shot victory. He started the final round four clear and left his rivals with little hope after he birdied the fourth, eagled the seventh and birdied the eighth. The win was the third of the season for Donald, who also captured the Transitions Championship on the PGA TOUR in March and the BMW PGA Championship on the European Tour in May. The victory also vaulted him to No. 2 in the Official World Golf Ranking.
Titleist was the most played golf ball at the event with 34 players.
European / Sunshine: It was a Titleist Pro V1x 1-2 finish at the SA Open Championship where Henrik Stenson ended a five year wait for a European Tour title as he cruised to a 17-under par victory total. Titleist brand ambassador George Coetzee (Pro V1x, 913D3 driver, 909F2 fairway, CB irons, Vokey Design gap, sand and lob wedges) finished as runner up, recording his eighth top ten finish of the season, and Pro V1x loyalist Thomas Aiken finished tied third.
Titleist was the overwhelming golf ball of choice at the event with 110 players, more than four times the nearest competitor with 23.
LPGA: Titleist Pro V1x loyalist Na Yeon Choi captured the season-ending CME Group Titleholders, edging fellow Korean and fellow Pro V1 loyalist So Yeon Ryu by two shots. It was Choi's second title of the year and the seventh in her LPGA career.
Choi fired three consecutive rounds in the 60's before closing with a 2-under par 70 en route to a 14-under 274 victory total.
Titleist was the most played golf ball at the event with 49 players in the field of 73, more than eight times the nearest competitor with 6.
China: Seventeen-year-old Pro V1x loyalist Jeung Hun Wang of Korea captured the China PGA Champions Tour Chongqing event for his first career win on the China Tour. Wang closed with two consecutive rounds of 5-under 67 to finish at 14-under par and a four shot margin of victory. Fellow Pro V1x loyalist Hao Yuan fired a final round five under 67 to finish in a tie for third, six shots back.
Titleist was the most played golf ball at the event with 90 players in the field of 124, six times more than the nearest competitor with 15. Eight of the 12 players who finished among the top 10 and ties relied upon Titleist golf balls for their success.
LatinoAmerica: Titleist golf ball loyalist Sebastian Vazquez carded a final round 71 to capture the inaugural Puerto Rico Classic in just his second professional start. Vazquez finished at 14-under 274 - two strokes clear of Jorge Fernandez-Valdes, who also closed with a 71. Julio Zapata recorded a 71 as well to take third place at 11-under. All three players relied upon the Titleist Pro V1x golf ball for their success.
Vazquez, a 22-year-old from Mexico City, was in the field at this inaugural PGA Tour Latinoamerica event just six weeks after finishing atop the World Amateur in Turkey.
Titleist was the most played golf ball at the event with 107 players in the field of 128, nearly nine times the nearest competitor with 12.
European / Asian: At the UBS Hong Kong Open Titleist was the golf ball of choice for 87 players, more than four times the nearest competitor with 21.
Posted: November 15, 2012
This week we're at The Hong Kong Golf Club
After the excitement of last week's finish in Singapore, where Titleist ambassador Matteo Manassero secured his third European Tour event at the age of just 19, players went several different ways at the airport.
Some flew to Melbourne for the Talisker Masters, some to Johannesburg for the SA Open Championship, while we followed others to HK for the UBS Hong Kong Open.
Played at The Hong Kong Golf Club, it looks as though there could be some low scores, as the course measures just 6,734 yards for a par of 70.
At the time of writing, Titleist ambassadors Andrew Dodt, Gregory Bourdy and Matteo Manassero, as well as Titleist ball loyalists Jose Maria Olazabal, Fredrik Andersson Hed, Michael Campbell and Joel Sjoholm, are all near the top of the leaderboard.
With fast greens, it looks like approach shots and putting will be the key to success this week - let's hope it's as interesting come Sunday as it was last week.
One thing's more certain - Titleist will be the overwhelming golf ball of choice at the Hong Kong Open with 87 players, more than four times the nearest competitor with 21.
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Posted: November 14, 2012
Coming into the Barclays Singapore Open, Titleist Brand Ambassador Matteo Manassero was looking to add some distance off the tee to his game. Through a combination of some swing adjustments and a fitting session focused on optimising his new Titleist 913D2 driver, Matteo certainly found his groove last week.
The results? More distance, a win at the Barlcays Singapore Open and a new trophy for his collection. We’d say this is definitely a “Win, Win” scenario.
Team Titleist caught up with Titleist European Tour Rep Phil Dimmock to bring you the exclusive, inside scoop on Matteo’s fitting session and the new set up.
“Matteo came to me on Tuesday morning and was keen to do some driver work. I had already bumped into his caddie, Dave McNeilly, earlier in the day who had told me how Matteo was looking to make some changes,” said Dimmock.
The team went right to work starting with a quick look at Matteo’s original 9.5º gamer and then a brief chat to talk about the flight characteristics that he was looking to achieve.
The initial assessment was that Matteo’s gamer was very accurate and he was hitting a lot of fairways but the spin was a little high. While he was hitting his driver solid and seeing good performance, the team agreed that he wasn’t getting the max out of the current configuration.
From there, it was time to send some Pro V1x golf balls flying on the range.
“Matteo asked me to bring over something I thought would help produce a stronger, lower spinning flight. I went straight in with 913D2 8.5º with a Graphite Design DI6 X with the SureFit Tour hosel setting in B•1,” explained Dimmock.
A few swings later, it was clear that this combination was looking like a winner. Bringing down the loft helped drop the spin off the driver and the shaft change helped to maintain a good strong launch.
“Matteo liked the stable feeling that the shaft gave him but he also said it felt like it had a little more kick in it. It was clear to see it was longer in the air and releasing more on the ground.”
After a practice round on Tuesday afternoon, the new driver quickly found its way into the bag.
“I saw Matteo on Wednesday morning and he told me it was in the bag. He loved it. He said it was a lot longer and he hadn't lost any of his accuracy which has been key to his success on Tour,” added Dimmock.
Fast forward to Sunday afternoon and after 75-holes at the Barclays Singapore Open, Matteo’s average driving distance for the tournament was over 300 yards (up from his season average of 273.72) and he was hoisting the winner’s trophy over his head.
"I needed to gain a little bit of yardage there and I changed the club this week and it gave me a little bit less spin. That helped give me a few more yards," Matteo told the European Tour team during the awards ceremony.
Phil caught up with Matteo in Hong Kong at the UBS Hong Kong Open to congratulate him on the win and he was still happy to talk about the added distance.
“Did you see my driving stats last week? Over 300 all week!"
His caddie concurred, “We couldn't have won last week without that driver."
And what did Phil have to say, “Let's just say it was a good week's work.”
We definitely agree.
What’s in Matteo’s Bag?Ball: Titleist Pro V1xDriver: Titleist 913D2 8.5º (Graphite Design Tour AD DI6 X @ 45" tipped 1.5" with SureFit Tour setting B•1)Fairway Metal: Titleist 913F.d Low Spin 13.5º (SureFit Tour setting C•1)Hybrids: Titleist 913H 17.0ºIrons: Titleist AP2 (3-7) and Titleist MB (8-PW)Wedge: Vokey Design SM4 52º, 58ºPutter: Scotty Cameron Select GoLo