We spent time with defending U.S. Open champion Geoff Ogilvy and Titleist ambassador Adam Scott as they played a practice round at Oakmont the Monday after the Memorial in preparation for this week’s U.S. Open. Ogilvy and Scott discuss Ogilvy’s first major title, the state of golf in Australia, preparing for the U.S. Open, and family among other wide-ranging topics in this exclusive four-part video series.

Geoff Ogilvy and Adam Scott during a practice round at Oakmont
in preparation for the U.S. Open.


Adam Scott visits the Tour Van

Titleist ambassador Adam Scott visited the Tour van last week in Memphis to pick up a new PT 906F2 fairway in preparation for this week's U.S. Open. Adam posted his second top ten finish over the past two weeks at the Stanford St. Jude Championship and the Memorial Tournament. He'll look to keep that momentum going when he tees it up Thursday at Oakmont Country Club in suburban Pittsburgh.

Adam takes a break inside the Titleist Tour Van.

The work order for Adam's new PT 906F2 fairway.

Takin' it to the Tour

We get a lot of comments on the blog about how awesome it must be to work in the Titleist Tour Van. Well, we won't lie to you. It is pretty awesome! But just so you don't think it's all fun and games, we took a few photos in Memphis to show you how we actually spend most of our time on Tour. Enjoy!

Voke unpacks boxes of wedges behind the Tour Van.

Tour representative Larry Watson carries a staff bag full of Scotty Cameron putters up to the practice green.

Tour representative Jim Curran follows closely behind Larry with another bag full of Camerons.

Mata and Voke inside the Van making some adjustments to a player's clubs.

Voke inspects two bags full of wedges on the driving range at TPC Southwind.

Tour technical representative Brett Fleming adjusts the lie angle on a player's putter.

Inside the Locker Room

One of the first things that Titleist Tour Representatives do every week is head into the locker room to stock our players' lockers with golf balls and whatever else they may need (hats, shoes, gloves, etc.). We'll typically give each player three dozen Pro V1 or Pro V1x, unless they specify that they want more. Here are a couple of shots from inside the locker room at the TPC Southwind, site of the Stanford St. Jude Championship.

Voke checks on one of Titleist ambassador Brett Quigley's wedges.

A stack of New Pro V1 golf balls waiting to be delivered.

Fredrik's 8.5° 907D2 driver.

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