After a recent discussion at The Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, Scotty agreed to restore the 009 prototype that he made for longtime Titleist ambassador Davis Love III in 2005 and that is pictured below. Be sure to check out some more pictures and Scotty's thoughts on the restoration at the Scotty Cameron blog.

Scotty Cameron Blog

Thought you all might like to know that Scotty Cameron has a new blog. Be sure to visit it at

After he won the Masters Tournament in early April, we ran a listing of the Titleist equipment in Zach Johnson's bag. To commemorate his victory over the weekend at the AT&T Classic in Atlanta, we've posted that listing again. Zach topped fellow Titleist ambassador Ryuji Imada in a sudden death playoff to capture the title after both players posted 15-under 273 four-round totals. Ryuji's Titleist equipment is listed below as well.

Zach Johnson, 2007 AT&T Classic champion.

Golf Ball New Titleist Pro V1x
Driver Pro Titanium 905R driver 8.5°
Shaft Aldila NV 75 graphite shaft
Utility Iron 503.H utility iron 19°
Shaft UST iRod Hybrid 90
Irons Titleist 735.CM 3-4
Shaft True Temper Dynamic Gold Steel
Irons Titleist 695CB 5-9
Shaft True Temper Dynamic Gold Steel
Pitching Wedge Vokey Design Pitching Wedge 48°
Sand Wedge Vokey Design Prototype Sand Wedge 54°
Lob Wedge Vokey Design Spin Milled Lob Wedge 60°
Shafts True Temper Dynamic Gold Steel


Ryuji Imada, 2007 AT&T Classic runner-up.

Golf Ball New Titleist Pro V1x
Driver Titleist Pro Titanium 905S 9.5°
Shaft Graphite Design YS-7+
Fairway Titleist PT 906F2 13°
Shaft Graphite Design YS-6+
Irons Titleist 695MB 3-9
Shaft True Temper Dynamic Gold
Pitching Wedge Vokey Design Pitching Wedge 48°
Sand Wedge Vokey Design Sand Wedge 53°
Lob Wedge Vokey Design Prototype Lob Wedge 60°
Shafts True Temper Dynamic Gold Steel
Putter Scotty Cameron by Titleist prototype

The Candy Shop

A comment came in last week that Tour players must be like kids in a candy shop with all of the equipment at their disposal each week. While it's true that the guys on Tour can get their hands on pretty much any piece of equipment they want (within the confines of any applicable equipment contracts), there are a couple of things to keep in mind. First, playing golf is how these guys make a living, so they tend to stick with equipment they trust and aren't looking to make significant changes from week-to-week. Second, as the best players in the world, our Titleist ambassadors perform a significant function for the company by performance-validating the prototype products we develop for potential introduction to golf shops. We're happy to let them try out any and all new products they ask for! Check out the pictures below featuring an assortment of clubs we have already made up in the Tour Van, just waiting to be tried out. -- Steve Mata

A selection of clubs available in the Tour Van for players on the PGA Tour.

These staff bags feature the names of our Titleist Tour Representatives.

Two staff bags full of Vokey Design wedges.

Several drivers waiting to "get the call".

Check out a great interview with Steve Pelisek, Vice President, Titleist Golf Club Sales & Marketing, conducted by Erik Barzeski and his crew at The interview focuses on the introduction of the new Titleist 907D1 and 907D2 drivers, and Steve compares and contrasts the features and benefits of the two, as well as explains their differences in relation to the very successful 905R. The interview lasts about 13 minutes and starts six minutes into the podcast. You can listen to the podcast here.
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