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Who is your favorite Titleist player and why?

Abby L., Team Titleist Staff Team Titleist Staff

Hey Team Titleist, 

What a season it's been. With only two FedExCup championships left and the Presidents Cup, we're looking back on such a successful season between the wins, awesome shots and fun fan moments. 

But now we want to know your stories, whether it's from this season or past ones, with the question: Who is your favorite Titleist player and why? 

We look forward to reading your responses!

Best,

Abby

Team Titleist Staff

53 Replies

  1. 19hole

    I think that you know my answer to this question; Ian Poulter. The guy has a great sense of style and humor and is pretty focused on the course. He has taken this year and made a lot out of it, from pretty much being without a place to play to back in the top 50 on the OWGR and a second at the Players.

    You also have to love the cars!
  2. Mike H

    Steve Stricker is my all time favorite he makes the playoffs for the PGA tour while playing a limited schedule and being eligibility for and playing events on the champions tour. President cup captain and hopefully 2020 Ryder cup captain in his home state. Lastly PGA Tour resident nice guy.

    For young titleist stars it has to be Peter Uihlein after what he did at the web.com playoffs this last week winning his first event. US amateur champion. The decision to play in Europe for a few years just makes it seem like it gives those players a more well rounded game. Looking forward to him being in the PGA tour in the 2018 season.
  3. Tyler H

    Steve Stricker is my favorite Titleist player. He is such a nice down to earth guy and being from the Badger State as well, also doesn't hurt.


  4. Speedy

    I don't really have a favorite player, I enjoy watching all of them BUT the way I'm looking at this is, who would I want to have a brew with? And it has to be Jason Dufner. We all know Jason's career has gone up and done but I know he'll turn it around, he's too talented. But off the course, I have a feeling this guy would be a lot of fun to have around. I miss his twitter days when him and KB were going at it, cracking jokes and just having a good times. Very similar to what you see with Spieth, JT and Fowler...

    So yeah, Duf is my favorite. Seems to me like an all around good dude...
  5. augusto r

    The young players JT and JS ,my all time would be TW,longest player who held the number 1 for 10-11 years in a row.
  6. Gary L

    At one time or another,many of the great players used titleist equipment; tiger, phil,rickie, to name a few.now we see justin and jordan,who have probably trusted titleist equipment their entire life.my vote goes to justin thomas.he grew up in a titleist environment, his dad being a titleist pga pro.he's just starting to kick his chops.pound for pound,he's just exciting to watch.Just(in) look at the low scores he has shot this season.
  7. Frank W

    Jordan Spieth. There are many great guys representing the brand but Jordan is the one. Class Act.
  8. Tim Tiger

    Adam Scott is one of my favorites. Very low key and seems to be a class guy.
    Plus he has one of the best swings on tour and can pump it out there with the longest hitters.

    TT
  9. Barry B

    I pretty much like all the Titleist players and quite a few that aren't, but two guys that really stand out for me are Steve Stricker...for all the obvious reasons and Bill Haas. To me Bill is a very solid player, but he seems to be very grounded, a lot like his dad Jay. I like the fact that he never seems to get real up or down on the course, he just keeps going about his business and plays his game.
  10. No'l

    It's really easy to like a guy like Justin Thomas and his performance as of this year is very influential. I'd really like to know more about the kid. I love that he is an awesome Titleist ambassador as well as FootJoy.
  11. Steve N

    My favorite Titleist Player is Bill Haas. Totally professional all the time. Remains humble, treats people with respect and appreciates what he has received from Golf. Oh, and he is incredibly talented.
  12. Don O

    This is really hard. The stable of stars have so many fine traits. While I relate to the Duff', Steve Stricker has been such an unassuming for so long, and I see him outside the ropes in Madison, I'd have to go with him if only 1 vote. I have a special needs relative and seeing Jordan Spieth show the compassion for his sister can bring tears in our household. He'd get my second vote.
  13. Brian D

    No Doubt Henrik Stenson! I had the pleasure of playing with him during the 2013 Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston. It so happened that he had not played at TPC in a few years, prior to the Hanse redesign.
    He happen to notice my kids just outside the ropes on the 12th hole, and said "What are they doing over there?" My first impression was that my kids were up to No Good, but not the case at all. He walked over to both of them and lifted the ropes and walked them up the hole.
    He certainly did not have to do that at all, let alone go out of his way to sign pin flags for both after winning. Just so happen he went on that year to win both the FedEx and the Race to Dubai.

    I will never forget how kind he was to our group, but most of all the life long impression he left with my boys...
  14. Brian D

    19hole

    I think that you know my answer to this question; Ian Poulter. The guy has a great sense of style and humor and is pretty focused on the course. He has taken this year and made a lot out of it, from pretty much being without a place to play to back in the top 50 on the OWGR and a second at the Players.

    You also have to love the cars!

    What a surprise....Given you actually own more tartans than he does.....!
  15. Rob_Roth1

    My favorite all time titleist player is Duval circa 1999. He was cool and unbreakable and was number 1 when tiger was hitting his peak. From the 975D driver to the 990 irons nobody compared to him. He has this mystique about him with his wrap around Oakley sun glasses and this determine and a game that wouldn't back down.

    Imagine what could have been if his back could have keep up with him. 

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