Titleist brand ambassador and PGA Tour rookie Michael Letzig is the leader in the clubhouse after shooting a 7-under 65 at the Ginn sur Mer Classic. Listen to this post round video with Letzig as he discusses his round that included seven birdies and no bogies. Letzig attributes some of today's performance to some putting tips from Titleist's Larry Watson.

Zach Johnson – Three Days in June

Zach Johnson
Zach Johnson
Titleist Brand Ambassador and 2007 Masters champion Zach Johnson returned to his beloved hometown of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, following a devastating flood this summer.  Watch this compelling footage from pgatour.com as he takes viewers on a tour of the city and helps victims in the rebuilding effort ...

In Front In Phoenix

Titleist Ambassador Arron Oberholser hit 14 of 14 fairways on Friday at the Frys.com Open.

After two wrist surgeries and a three month layoff, Titleist Brand Ambassador Arron Oberholser is back in action on the PGA Tour. He posted rounds of 65-64 for an 11-under total and is headed into the weekend the leader by one at the Frys.com Open in Scottsdale, Arizona. Arron talked about his injury and all that it has taken to get him back on Tour and back atop the leaderboard. He had his first surgery last October, and when it became apparent that didn’t solve his problem he had another one this past July 22. That second surgery, which removed bone spurs and repaired some minor cartilage damage in his left hand, was so successful Arron was putting inside of two weeks and chipping less than a month afterward. Today, a scant three months later, Oberholser is in the driver’s seat at Grayhawk and commented that during the round he had "no problems, zero. Everything was good." It was good indeed. Oberholser followed up his bogey-free Round 1 by hitting every fairway in Round 2 and is in the top 10 in both driving accuracy (T7) and greens in regulation (T4). Arron has amassed two rounds of impressive ball striking with a full compliment of Titleist equipment. In addition to the Pro V1x golf ball, Oberholser’s bag includes the new Titleist 909D2 driver (9.5°), 909F2 3-wood (13.5°), and 909H hybrid (19°), as well as 755 irons (3-P), a Vokey Design Spin Milled sand wedge (54), and Spin Milled lob wedge (60) and a Scotty Cameron Newport putter.

Bill Haas practice range

Haas Starts Strong in Scottsdale

[caption id="attachment_512" align="alignnone" width="427" caption="Bill Haas"]Bill Haas[/caption] Titleist Brand Ambassador Bill Haas posted a 66 in today’s first round of the Frys.com Open in Scottsdale, AZ.  Coming into the week at 99th on the PGA Tour Official Money List, Haas has all but secured his Tour card for 2009.  In his third full season on the PGA Tour, Bill is looking for more than just job security. We caught up with Bill after the round and asked him about his goals; goals he set to start the year, goals he has week to week, and even what his goals are for tomorrow’s round.  Here is what he had to say: “I think it’s hard to set just goals for the year.  It’s easier for me, better for me, to set goals and work on things week to week.  Otherwise, I’ll be hitting my stride in the spring, after 10 starts or so, and I’ll lose my patience.  If I don’t have something closer to work on I’ll lose focus.” “Instead, I look at what I need to do from week to week.  Yes, I am on the verge of having my best Money List finish, but if you look at my stats, they haven’t really changed.  First and foremost I need to be more patient.  Then I can focus on the things we can measure.” “As for tomorrow?  Well, I drove the ball really well today and shot a good score.  I guess if I keep that up and get better on the Par 3’s, I’ll be in great shape for the weekend.”
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