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Posted: October 23, 2013
If you're writing your Christmas list or looking for the perfect gift for the avid golfer in your life, what better gift than a dozen (or more) personalised Titleist golf balls?
And from now until December 8, you can add personalisation to your Titleist golf ball order for free - the free printing programme is available on all Titleist golf balls, including the legendary Pro V1 and Pro V1x models.
You can also choose from the 2013 top-grade line-up of Titleist golf balls, including the NXT Tour, NXT Tour S, Velocity and DT SoLo. Each model has been individually designed to deliver the best in category for quality and consistency, while providing a range of performance and preference options to meet every golfer's needs.
And the personalisation can be anything from a golfer's initials, to their nickname or even a special Christmas message - printed in black capitals, with up to three lines and a maximum of 17 characters per line.
To make the gift even more special, each dozen ordered will include a Titleist ball marker and will be packed in a specially designed Christmas wrap - the perfect festive touch.
With a minimum order of just one dozen, the closing date for pre-Christmas delivery* is December 8 - simply contact your PGA pro or authorised Titleist retailer to place your order.
*Pre-Christmas delivery is dependant on our courier partners. Acushnet Europe Ltd reserves the right to refuse printing of a message onto the Titleist golf ball.
Posted: October 22, 2013
Over the weekend the worldwide professional golf tours served as the backdrop for some impressive performances as seven players used a Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf ball to record victories.
Leading the way, Titleist Brand Ambassador Webb Simpson carded four rounds in the 60s (64 - 63 - 67 - 66) at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open en-route to a six shot victory and his fourth career PGA Tour title.
Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf ball loyalists have now won 140 tournaments on the worldwide professional tours in 2013, four times the nearest competitor with 35 and more than all other competitors combined.
Joining Webb in the winner’s circle this week, Titleist Brand Ambassador Jin Jeong won the ISPS Handa Perth International, an event co-sanctioned by European and Australasian Tours, with a par on the first hole of a sudden death playoff. Pro V1 loyalist Amy Yang and Pro V1x loyalist Michael Allen also won on the first holes of their respective playoffs, with Yang converting a birdie putt to capture the LPGA's KEB HanaBank Championship and Allen a victory-clinching birdie at the Greater Hickory Classic on the Champions Tour.
At the 56th Kolon Korea Open, Pro V1x loyalist Sung-Hoon Kang claimed his second consecutive Korean Tour title and Pro V1x loyalist Ulrich Van Den Berg won the BMG Classic for his seventh career Sunshine Tour title.
Rounding out the players in the winner's circle, Pro V1 loyalist Scott Hend captured his third Asian Tour victory of the season, closing with a final round 4-under 67 to prevail at the Venetian Macau Open.
For a quick recap of all the action, check out the Team Titleist notes from around the tours below.
• • • PGA: Shriners Hospitals for Children Open
FAST FACT:This week marked the 13th anniversary of the tour introduction of the Titleist Pro V1 golf ball. First played at the Invensys Classic in Las Vegas in 2000, 47 players put the Pro V1 in play that week it was first available, including the eventual winner of the event. Since then, the successful momentum of Pro V1 and Pro V1x has continued around the globe, played by more players and trusted in more winning performances than all competing golf ball brands…combined.
• • • EUROPEAN/AUSTRALASIAN: ISPS Handa Perth International
• • • LPGA: KEB HanaBank Championship
• • • CHAMPIONS: Greater Hickory Classic
• • • ONEASIA/KOREA: 56th Kolon Korea Open
• • • SOUTH AFRICA: BMG Classic
• • • ASIAN: Venetian Macau Open
Posted: October 17, 2013
In this week's Titleist Tip from the Tour, we asked Titleist Brand Ambassador Bill Haas to help us with an uphill lie. Bill led the Tour in 2013 with nine top-10 finishes. Solid ball striking and the ability to play well on any type of golf course are hallmarks of his game. Bill also ranked 21st in Greens-In-Regulation, proof that he knows a little bit about hitting his irons from any kind of lie.
Uphill lies can be be a problem because it's difficult to not only make solid contact, but also to hit the ball the proper distance. As Bill says, a big part of the issue is overcoming our natural instincts when we stand on an uphill lie:
"I think the common theme is to try to negate the slope by putting more weight on your front foot. It's just more comfortable to do that, that's how we stand. But my tip would be to try to angle your shoulders in line with the slope."
As Bill demonstrates in the video above, orienting your body correctly can simulate being on a flat lie. See if Bill's tip helps you when you're faced with your next uneven lie. And make sure to pay particular attention to his point about club selection.
Posted: October 15, 2013
It was a fresh start to the new PGA Tour season at the Frys.com Open and we’re excited to celebrate the first win of the year with Titleist Brand Ambassador Jimmy Walker.
Jimmy put on a stellar weekend performance that featured a course-tying record 62 on Saturday and a final-round 66 to capture the Frys.com Open by two shots and secure his first career PGA Tour win.
Meanwhile as a number of the worldwide professional tours hit the final stretch of their 2013 campaigns, Titleist golf ball loyalists claimed five titles this past weekend including: Russ Cochran’s win at the SAS Championship (Pro V1 / Champions Tour); SungHoon Kang‘s win at the CJ Invitational hosted by K.J. Choi (Pro V1x / Asian Tour); JJ Senekal’s win at the Origin of Golf Final: (Pro V1x / Sunshine Tour); Josh Geary's win at the Western Australian Open (Pro V1x / Australasian): and Ryan Sullivan’s win at the Puerto Rico Classic (Pro V1x / PGA Tour Latinoamerica).
Titleist golf ball players have now earned 133 victories across the Worldwide Professional Tours in 2013, more than three times the nearest competitor with 35 and more than all golf balls combined.
In total, 19,192 players have teed up Titleist golf balls in competition on the 2013 worldwide professional tours, more than six times the nearest competitor with 2,852 and more than all competitors combined.
Let's take a trip around the golfing world with the Team Titleist Tour Recap.
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PGA TOUR: Jimmy Walker finished at 17-under 267 in the season opener of the 2013-14 PGA TOUR schedule to claim the first title of the year along with his first career victory.
What’s in Jimmy Walker’s Bag?: Titleist Pro V1 golf ball, 913D2 driver (9.5º), 913F fairway metal (15º), 913H.d hybrid (18º), New Titleist MB irons (714 Series: 3-9), Vokey Design SM4 pitching (48º), sand (54º) and lob (60º) wedges, Scotty Cameron Tour Rat prototype putter.
Fellow Titleist Brand Ambassadors Brooks Koepka (Titleist Pro V1x golf ball, 913D2 driver, 913F.d low spin fairway metal, 913H.d hybrid, New Titleist CB irons (714 Series: 4-P), Vokey Design SM4 wedges, Scotty Cameron Newport2 SLT T10 putter) and Kevin Na (Titleist Pro V1x golf ball, 913D3 driver, 913F fairway metal, 910H hybrid, New Titleist AP2 irons(714 Series), Vokey Design Spin Milled wedges, Scotty Cameron Super Rat prototype putter) were among four players who tied for 3rd place, three shots back.
Brooks, playing on a sponsor exemption, is a four-time winner on the European Tour’s Challenge Tour and earned a promotion to the European Tour for winning three times this season. With his top 10 finish, he is now exempt into this week’s Shriners Hospitals Open for Children in Las Vegas.
He will be joined by Max Homa, another Titleist Brand Ambassador who was also playing on a sponsor exemption and finished tied for 9th. Max turned professional after participating in the Walker Cup.
Titleist golf ball loyalists accounted for 83 of the 132 players in the field of 132, more than five times the nearest competitor with 16 .
Titleist was also the top choice in iron sets (33), sand, lob and approach wedges (131) and putters (42).
CHAMPIONS TOUR: Russ Cochran (Pro V1) converted a 5-foot putt on the final hole Sunday for his fourth consecutive birdie and a one-stroke win over fellow Pro V1 golf ball loyalist David Frost at the SAS Championship.
Russ closed with a 5-under par 67 to finish at 17-under 199 to secure his second victory of the season, having captured the Principal Charity Classic in June. This marks his fifth career Champions Tour victory.
Titleist was the top golf ball choice for 63 players in the field of 81, more than 12 times the nearest competitor with 5.
Nine of the top 10 finishers, including each of the top seven, all relied upon Titleist golf balls for their success.
ASIAN TOUR: Titleist Pro V1x golf ball loyalist SungHoon Kang of Korea fired a final round 2-under par 70 to cruise to a five-shot victory at the CJ Invitational hosted by K.J. Choi. Kang posted a 12-under par 276 victory total en route to his second win at this event.
The top three finishers all relied upon Titleist for their success, as Kang topped Titleist Brand Ambassador TaeHoon Kim (ProV1x, 913D2 driver, 913F fairway metal, 913H hybrid, New Titleist MB irons(714 Series), Vokey Design SM4 gap and lob wedges, Scotty Cameron Circle T Newport putter) and Jyoti Randhawa (ProV1x), who tied for 2nd at 281
Titleist was the overwhelming favorite golf ball in the field of 120 with 78 players, nearly five times the nearest competitor with 16.
Titleist was also the top choice in hybrids (49), utility irons (20), iron sets (38) and sand, lob and approach wedges (147).
SUNSHINE TOUR: Titleist Pro V1x golf ball loyalist JJ Senekal converted a par on the second hole of a sudden death playoff to earn his first career Sunshine Tour title. Senekal carded a final round level par 72 en route to a 4-under par, 212 victory total.
Titleist Brand Ambassadors Charl Coetzee (Pro V1x, 913D2 driver, 913F fairway metal, AP2 2-iron, New Titleist CB irons (714 Series), Vokey Design wedges, Scotty Cameron Notchback putter), Jean Hugo (Pro V1x, 913D3 driver, 913F fairway metal, 913H hybrid, MB irons, Vokey Design SM4 wedges) and Riekus Nortje (Pro V1x, 913D3 driver, 913Fd fairway metal, New Titleist AP2 irons (714 Series), Vokey Design wedges) finished three shots out of the playoff in a tie for 4th position.
Titleist was the choice of 55 players in the field of 72, more than four times the nearest competitor with 12.
AUSTRALASIAN TOUR: Titleist golf ball loyalist Josh Geary (Pro V1x) recorded a five-shot win at the WA Open after closing with a 7-under par 65 en route to a 15-under par victory total.
Kris Mueck (Pro V1, 913D2 driver, 913F fairway metal, 910H hybrid, CB irons, Vokey Design wedges) finished solo 2nd, while fellow Titleist Brand Ambassador Nathan Holman (Pro V1x, 913D3 driver, 913F fairway metal, 913H hybrid, New Titleist MB irons (714 Series), Vokey Design wedges, Scotty Cameron putter) finished alone in third place in his second professional start.
Geary topped a leaderboard that included eight Titleist golf ball loyalists among the top 10 finishers.
Posted: October 14, 2013
For Australian golf, Titleist Brand Ambassador Adam Scott's historic Masters victory was the triumph of a lifetime but it was also in a class of its own for more than one reason.
Adam and Titleist golf ball loyalist Angel Cabrera earned world-wide acclaim for the sportsmanship and respect they displayed for each other during and after the tension-packed playoff at The Masters in April.
And in Melbourne last night, Adam's performance and sportsmanship were honored as he received the Sport Australia Hall of Fame’s most prestigious award, "The Don".
Named after Sir Donald Bradman, the award acknowledges not just superior performance but other qualities the legendary cricketer held in high regard, including the capacity to inspire the nation.
Adam, who is in Bermuda preparing for next week's PGA Grand Slam, said by video message that he was "humbled and honored" to join the many great champions who had preceded him as the award recipient.
Congratulations, Adam from all us here at Team Titleist.