PGA TOUR | Charles Schwab Challenge
Jason Kokrak earned his second victory of the PGA TOUR season, rolling his Titleist Pro V1 golf ball in for par from 4 feet on Colonial’s 18th green for a two-shot victory.
- Kokrak, who earned his first-career TOUR title in October at the CJ CUP at Shadow Creek, led a 1-through-7 finish for Titleist golf ball players.
- Kokrak, one of only three players to have multiple victories this season on TOUR, topped the field in total driving while ranking second in greens in regulation at 75% (54 of 72).
- He opened the event with consecutive 65’s on Thursday-Friday
- Jordan Spieth (NEW Pro V1x) ended the week in solo second, his sixth finish of T-4 or better since February.
- Titleist was the #1 choice in every major equipment category – golf ball, driver, fairway (T-1), hybrid, utility iron, iron, wedge and putter .
LPGA | Bank of Hope LPGA Match Play
Playing a NEW Pro V1x golf ball, Ally Ewing emerged victorious in the 64-player match-play tournament to claim her second LPGA title.
- Ewing won the all-Titleist golf ball final with a 2-and-1 victory over Sophia Popov (NEW Pro V1). In the semifinal, Ewing topped fellow NEW Pro V1x player Ariya Jutanugarn, as seven of the eight quarterfinalists teed up a Titleist golf ball.
- Over the five days at Shadow Creek, Ewing played seven matches and 122 holes.
- Her victory marks the 10th victory by a Titleist golf ball player in the first 11 events to start the LPGA season.
AMATEUR | NCAA Women’s Championship
At the NCAA Women’s Championship, 97 percent (128 of 132 players) of the field played a Titleist golf ball, with all five members of the winning team trusting a NEW Pro V1 or NEW Pro V1x model.
- The champions won four of the five matches at Grayhawk Golf Club to earn the first women’s national title in their school’s history.
- Three members of the winning team also played Titleist drivers, fairways, hybrids and irons, while four played Vokey Design wedges.
- The individual champion – a freshman who set a new NCAA scoring average record this season (69.72) – played a NEW Pro V1 golf ball, earning a one-shot victory while leading a 1-through-14 finish for Titleist golf ball players.
- The NCAA Championship was her fifth victory in a row and sixth win in nine starts in 2021.
- She won the Pac-12 Championship, NCAA regionals and NCAA Championship, shooting 15 of 25 rounds in the 60s and becoming only the third player in history to sweep through the postseason.
- Titleist was also the top choice in wedges and putters (T-1).
AMATEUR | NCAA Men’s Championship
Titleist is the most played golf ball, driver, fairway, hybrid, utility iron, iron and wedge at the NCAA Men’s Championship, which concludes later this week at Grayhawk Golf Club.
- NEW Pro V1 (65) and NEW Pro V1x (49) are the top golf ball models of choice
- Titleist was also the top choice of drivers for the field. Fast fact: 92% of the Titleist drivers in play (57 of 62) are TSi models.
- Fifty-one players teed up a TSi3 driver, more than double the nearest competitive model.
- The most played iron models at the NCAA Championship are T100 irons (28), while U500 (42) is the top utility iron.
- More players are playing Vokey Design SM8 wedges (233) than all competitors combined.
- All five players on the top-seeded team entering Tuesday’s first round of match play are teeing up a Titleist golf ball, including the leader entering tomorrow’s final round of the individual championship. He plays NEW Pro V1x.
EUROPEAN TOUR | Made In Himmerland
Titleist Brand Ambassador Bernd Wiesberger – playing a Pro V1 golf ball, TSi3 driver and bag full of Titleist equipment – successfully defended his Made in HimmerLand title with a five-shot, wire-to-wire victory in Denmark.
- Having started the final round with a one-shot lead, Wiesberger made eight birdies in a closing 7-under 64 to secure his fourth European Tour win since the start of the 2019 season.
- Wiesberger is the first player to retain a title on the European Tour since 2019.
WHAT’S IN BERND WIESBERGER’S BAG?
Golf Ball: Titleist Pro V1
Driver: TSi3 8.0°
Fairway Metal: TSi2 15.0°
Irons: T100 (3), 620 CB (4-6) and 620 MB (7-9)
Wedges: Vokey Design SM8 46.10F, 52.12F, 60.08M
Putter: Scotty Cameron Tour Rat Concept 1 prototype
KORN FERRY TOUR | Evans Scholar Invitational
Titleist Brand Ambassador Cameron Young completed back-to-back, wire-to-wire wins on the Korn Ferry Tour with a runaway five-shot victory at The Glen Club.
- Playing a NEW Pro V1 golf ball, TSi3 driver and NEW Scotty Cameron Phantom X 11 putter among his full bag of Titleist equipment, Young birdied his first three holes Sunday and never looked back, closing in 4-under 67, his eighth-consecutive round of 69 or better, to move to No. 13 in the KFT Points Standings.
- He is now one victory from an automatic promotion to the PGA TOUR.
- Young opened the event with a 64, just as he did a week earlier at the AdventHealth Championship.
- He was a combined 37 under in the two wins, becoming the first player to win consecutive events on the KFT since 2013.
- For the week, Young led the field in Driving Distance (308.9 yards), finished third in Greens in Regulations (79%) and T-3 in Scrambling (80%).
- Young entered the 2020-21 Korn Ferry season without any status. In July, he Monday-qualified into the Pinnacle Bank Championship where he finished T-11.
- Over the next three weeks, he posted finishes of T-14, T-6 and T-2 to earn Special Temporary Membership.
- Only Young, his former Wake Forest teammate Will Zalatoris and Davis Riley have earned Special Temporary Membership over the past two seasons.
WHAT’S IN CAMERON YOUNG’S BAG?
Golf Ball: NEW Titleist Pro V1
Driver: TSi3 9.0°
Fairway Metal: TSi3 18.0°
Irons: T100 (3-4) and 620 MB (5-9)
Wedges: Vokey Design SM8 56.08M, 52.12F, 62.08M
Putter: NEW Scotty Cameron Phantom X 11
PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS | KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship
Alex Cejka, playing a NEW Pro V1x golf ball, won his second straight major championship with a four-shot victory at Southern Hills.
- The Senior PGA Championship was Cejka’s fifth start on PGA TOUR Champions, having Monday qualified for his first two events before winning the Regions Tradition.
- Titleist golf ball players have won all seven events played this year on the over-50 circuit.
JAPAN TOUR | Gate Way To The Open miz Open
Playing a NEW Pro V1x golf ball, Juvic Pagunsan claimed the first victory of his 10-year career on the Japan Tour while earning a spot in this year’s Open Championship at Royal St. George’s.
- Pagunsan, 43, closed with a 4-under 68 to win the rain-shortened event by three shots.
KOREAN TOUR | KB Finance Liiv Championship
Kyongjun Moon claimed his second KPGA tour title, trusting a NEW Pro V1x golf ball to a final-round 3-under 69 and one-shot victory.
- Nine of the 11 players who finished among the Top 10 and ties relied upon Titleist golf balls for their success.
- Titleist was the top choice in golf ball (97/67%), drivers (64/44%), fairway metals (65/40%), irons (65/45%), wedges (256/65%) and putter (69/48%), sweeping every major equipment category.
CHINA TOUR | Zhengzhou Classic
Yanwei Liu rolled his NEW Titleist Pro V1x golf ball in from 6 feet for birdie on the 72nd hole to win his first China Tour title by one shot.
- Liu topped a leaderboard that featured Titleist golf ball players in the Top 10 positions.