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Posted: March 26, 2014
Not all chip shots are created equal and whether you need to escape some deep rough or navigate a tricky lie, it’s important to always give yourself some options on how to play the shot at hand and what club to use.And as Titleist Brand Ambassador Jason Bohn explains… reaching for your wedge isn’t always the play, especially when you’re just off the green and your ball is resting on a tightly-mown strip of fairway.“I see a lot of amateurs and even a lot of tour pros choose a wedge for this shot,” Jason told us. “But it’s easy to hit it chunky with a wedge because the grain catches the leading edge and forces the club to dig into the turf.”Another option is to give your hybrid a try.“The hybrid is a great club for this shot because it’s simple. You can roll the ball through the turf with a very simple motion, very similar to your putting stroke.” Watch the video above to hear what else Jason has to say about chipping with a hybrid and see how having this extra shot in the bag can shave some strokes off your score.#TeamTitleist
Posted: March 25, 2014
This past weekend marked the Champions Tour debut of Jeff Maggert, and the three-time PGA Tour winner joined the senior circuit in style, trusting his Pro V1x golf ball to fire three consecutive rounds in the 60s en route to winning the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic.
Maggert was joined in this week's winners’ circle by fellow Pro V1x players Carlos Ortiz and Marcelo Rozo. Ortiz fired a final round 64 to charge to his first career Web.com victory at the Panama Claro Championship, while Rozo holed a dramatic 13-footer for eagle on the second hole of a playoff to claim his second LatinoAmerica Tour title at the TransAmerican Power Products CRV Open.
Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x players have now won 32 tournaments on the worldwide professional tours in 2014, more than five times the nearest competitor with 6 and more than all other competitors combined.
To date, 4,289 players have trusted a Titleist golf ball across the worldwide professional tours in 2014, more than six times the nearest competitor with 684 and more than all other competitors combined.
TEAM TITLEIST WEEKEND RECAP...
CHAMPIONS TOUR: Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic
Titleist was the top golf ball choice at the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic with 54 players in the field of 81 relying upon a Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf ball, six times more than the nearest competitor with 9. Maggert, who turned 50 years old in February, became the 17th player in Champions Tour history to win in his debut in capturing the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic title. He was the only player to fire three consecutive rounds in the 60’s (68-69-68) en route to an 11-under par, 205 victory total.
Maggert rolled in a 50-foot birdie putt on the 17th hole of the final round that vaulted him into the lead and led to his first victory since the 2006 St. Jude Classic on the PGA TOUR.
“Everything just kind of came together," Maggert said after the win. "It was one of the best tournaments, as far as ball striking, that I've had in a few years in any event. That really carried me through."
Titleist Brand Ambassador Jay Haas (Pro V1, 913D2 driver, 913F fairway metal, 910H hybrid, 909H hybrid, AP2 irons, Vokey Design wedges, Scotty Cameron putter) and early season Schwab Cup leader Bernhard Langer (Pro V1) tied for third place, three shots behind Maggert.
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WEB.COM TOUR: Panama Claro Championship Titleist was the top golf ball choice at the Panama Claro Championship with 95 players in the field of 144 relying upon a Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf ball, more than five times the nearest competitor with 18. Ortiz, a 2013 graduate of the University of North Texas, teed off on Sunday one shot behind the leader. With his final round 6-under par 64, the 22-year-old rookie finished with a 12-under 268, good for a four-shot margin of victory.
Coupled with his third-place finish at the Pacific Rubiales Colombia Championship to begin the season, Ortiz now moves to No. 2 on the Web.com Tour money list and is sitting in prime position to earn a spot among the top-25 on the money list. The top-25 finishers at the end of the 21-event regular season will earn their cards for the 2015 PGA TOUR season.
“That’s always been a lifetime dream for me,” he said, regarding graduation to the PGA TOUR. “It’s what we all work so hard for.”
Ortiz topped a leaderboard that featured eight Titleist golf ball loyalists among the top 10 finishers, including runner-up Jason Gore, as well as Titleist Brand Ambassador Aron Price, who tied for third with fellow Pro V1x loyalists Daniel Berger and Derek Fathauer.
LATINOAMERICA TOUR: TransAmerican Power Products CRV Open Titleist was the top golf ball choice at the TransAmerican Power Products CRV Open with 115 players in the field of 144 relying upon a Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf ball, more than eight times the nearest competitor with 13. After a final round 2-under 69 at Las Lomas Club de Golf in Guadalajara, Mexico, Rozo found himself tied with seven other players at 17-under 267.
On the second playoff hole, the Colombian holed a 13-footer for eagle to capture his second LatinoAmerica Tour title.
Rozo’s first victory came at last year’s Argentine Open.
Posted: March 20, 2014
It's been an exciting journey for the new Vokey Design Spin Milled 5 (SM5) wedges and the buzz continues to build as they landed in golf shops last week. Master Craftsman Bob Vokey and his team have been hard at work and the new line-up is impressive.
Precisely designed and manufactured using proprietary Spin Milled technology coupled with new, deeper TX3 grooves, tour-driven shapes and the industry’s most extensive range of bounce and grind options - the SM5 wedges are bringing short game performance to the next level.
Check out the video above to learn more about the new SM5 wedges and see how they'll help deliver more spin and more types of shots, providing golfers with more ways to hit it close and shoot lower scores.
And don't forget to visit the all new Vokey.com for even more details and the exclusive Wedge Selection Guide.
Fast Fact: Since 2004, Vokey Design wedges have been the #1 wedge on the PGA Tour and the most played wedge at every level of competitive golf.
Posted: March 18, 2014
Dedication, persistence and unshakeable confidence were on full display across the worldwide professional tours as Titleist golf ball loyalists John Senden (Pro V1) and Alejandro Cañizares (Pro V1x) secured a pair of victories over the weekend. Relying on his Pro V1 golf ball, Senden posted a 7-under-par 277 total to edge Titleist Brand Ambassador Kevin Na by one shot at the PGA Tour’s Valspar Championship. And on the PGA European Tour, Cañizares relied on his Pro V1x golf ball to string together an impressive wire-to-wire win at the Trophée Hassan II.
Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x players have now won 29 tournaments on the worldwide professional tours in 2014, nearly five times the nearest competitor with 6 and more than all other competitors combined.
To date, 4,008 players have trusted a Titleist golf ball across the worldwide professional tours in 2013, more than six times the nearest competitor with 631 and more than all other competitors combined.
PGA TOUR: Valspar Championship
Titleist was the top golf ball choice of 86 players in the field of 126 at the Valspar Championship, nearly four times the nearest competitor with 22.Titleist golf ball players swept the top six spots of the leaderboard at the Valspar Championship, where John Senden (Pro V1) closed with a final round 1-under 70 that included a clutch performance in his last trip through the Snake Pit.
On Sunday, Senden pitched in for birdie from 70 feet on the 16th hole, followed that with a 20-foot birdie putt on the 17th and capped off his final round with a tap-in par to seal the victory.
Titleist Brand Ambassador Kevin Na (Pro V1x, 913D3 driver, 913F fairway metal, 910H hybrid, new AP2 irons, Vokey Design sand and lob wedges, Scotty Cameron GSS putter) finished in second place followed by Pro V1x loyalist Scott Langley in third - one shot behind Na.
Langley was the only player who shot par or better all four days under tough conditions at Innisbrook Resort’s Copperhead Course.Langely was followed by three Titleist golf ball players who tied for 4th at 4-under 280, including Luke Donald (Pro V1x) and overnight leader Robert Garrigus (Pro V1).Senden also punched his ticket to Augusta and earned an invitation to The Masters with the victory. "I didn’t turn my phone on because I know there’s going to be 4,000 messages," the 42-year-old said after the win. Titleist golf ball loyalists have now won 12 events on the 2013-14 season, six times more than the nearest competitor with 2.
EUROPEAN TOUR: Trophée Hassan IITitleist was the top golf ball choice of 86 players in the field of 126 at the Trophée Hassan II, more than four times the nearest competitor with 21.Alejandro Cañizares (Pro V1x) opened with a first round 10-under par 62 and never relinquished his hold on the lead. He finished with a 19-under, 269 victory total, five shots clear of fellow Pro V1x golf ball loyalist Andy Sullivan. Sullivan closed with a final nine 29 (seven birdies) for a best-of-the-day 63 and the best European Tour finish of his career.The victory marks the second career European Tour title for Cañizares.“I played great, some of the best golf of my career. I hit good shot after good shot and kept my focus,” said Cañizares.Titleist golf ball loyalists have now won six events on the 2013-14 European Tour, three times the nearest competitor with two.
Posted: March 17, 2014
Seeing a tee shot launch perfectly into the sky and soar down the fairway is something that all golfers love to see - especially if they're admiring their own drive. And if you can squeeze out a few more yards off the tee, well, we're guessing that would just about always be a welcome bonus.
So how do we make this happen? Titleist Brand Ambassador Adam Scott recently checked in with Team Titleist to share a few keys on how to add a little extra distance off the tee.
Key #1: Tee the ball slightly higher than usual. This simple adjustment produces a higher launch angle and less spin, a great combination for soaring drives.
Key #2: Focus on a full finish. This key will keep you in balance and give you a much better chance of making contact with the sweetspot of the driver.
So remember... a balanced swing combined with solid, center-of-the-face contact is going to give you better distance potential than swinging out of your shoes.
Give these keys a try and you'll be on your way to achieving power through control. Here’s to going long!