Blog Anniversary

This week marks the first anniversary of the Titleist Tour Blog. We hope you have enjoyed the inside-the-ropes insight our Tour Leadership staff and others have provided throughout the year. We also appreciate your contributions. In fact, over the last year, we generated more than 135 posts which resulted in over 1,200 comments. We intend to make the Titleist Tour Blog even more successful in 2008 by expanding our reach with even more posts, not just from the PGA TOUR, but from the worldwide professional tours and major amateur and junior events.

We look forward to the questions, comments and insight that you send on a daily basis and will continue to do our best to provide you informative and timely responses. As the Florida Swing comes to a close and the year's first major awaits, we thank you for your loyalty to the Titleist brand and wish you the best of luck with your own game.

The new Titleist AP2 irons, which began shipping to golf shops this week, are gaining momentum across the worldwide professional tours and attention by the national publications. Check out this morning's article in USA Today featuring the AP2 irons that are being played with success by Adam Scott and many others on the Titleist Tour staff.

Titleist ambassador Adam Scott is one of the many full-line Titleist players to put the new Titleist AP2 irons in play on tour.

Associated Press golf writer Doug Ferguson recently reported on a change that Pro V1 loyalist Joey Sindelar has made to the mark on his Titleist golf balls:

Ever since felt pens have been in vogue, Joey Sindelar has marked his golf ball with one blue dot above and below the number. But over the last few months, he has switched to a single red dot. That's a tribute to his son, Jamie, a high school senior who recently decided to attend Ohio State.

"I said to him, 'When you pick a school, that's going to be the color,'" said Sindelar, who played for the Buckeyes in the late 1970s.

As he went to mark his ball, Sindelar figured he should incorporate the marching band's tradition of the incomparable "Script Ohio" at football games. That red dot is strategically placed over the "i" in Titleist.

Be sure to show us how you mark your Titleist by visiting our interactive module at