Titleist Year-End Report: Performance Speaks Louder Than Words


The 2016-2017 PGA Tour season is in the books. In a year full of breakthrough victories and major triumphs, Titleist was once again the overwhelming #1 ball for more players and more champions. This season, the game's finest players relied on a Titleist Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf ball 22,538 times, more than six times the nearest competitor with 3,226 and more than all competitors combined.

During this same time, Titleist golf ball players recorded 166 worldwide victories, more than six times the nearest competitor with 27.

Let's take a look at some highlights from the past year as we look forward to the 2017-2018 season...


 Justin Thomas (PGA Tour Player of the Year, 5-time Winner) - CIMB Classic / SBS Tournament of Champions / Sony Open in Hawaii / PGA Championship / Dell Technologies Championship: Titleist Pro V1x golf ball, 917D3/9.5° driver, 917F3/15° and 915Fd/18° fairway metals, 716 CB (4) and 718 MB (5-9) irons, Vokey Design SM6 pitching (46.08 F grind), gap (52.12 F grind), sand (56.14 F grind) and lob (60.10 K grind) wedges, Scotty Cameron Futura X5.5 putter

  • Titleist golf ball players stepped into the winners circle 22 times during the 2016-2017 PGA Tour season, compared to nine for the nearest competitor.
  • It was a breakout year for Titleist Brand Ambassador Justin Thomas (Pro V1x), who won five times in 2016-2017. He captured his first major crown at the PGA Championship, added his first FedExCup playoff victory (at the Dell Technologies Championship), finished runner-up at the Tour Championship to become the FedExCup champion and was named the 2016-2017 PGA Tour Player of the Year.
  • Thomas jumped out to the fastest start of any player on Tour, winning three tournaments before February. Thomas successfully defended his CIMB Classic title during the late 2016 shoulder season and then went on to win back-to-back tournaments during the Tour's Hawaiian swing. Thomas's amazing streak was highlighted by the 59 he shot in the first round of the Sony Open. He became the youngest player in history to break 60 on Tour.
  • In June, Thomas recorded his first top-10 at a U.S Open, equaling the U.S Open record for low round with his third-round 63. One month later he won his first major championship title at the 99th PGA Championship at Quail Hollow Club, coming from two strokes behind to eventually win by two shots. The win marked his fifth PGA Tour victory in his 90th start.
  • Thomas entered the FedExCup Playoffs second in the standings. He retained his position in the top five with T6 finish at The Northern Trust and followed that up with a three-stroke victory over fellow Titleist Brand Ambassador Jordan Spieth at the Dell Technologies Championship.
  • Jordan Spieth (Pro V1x) also enjoyed multiple wins in 2016-2017. Spieth captured the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in February and then won the Travelers Championship by holing a dramatic bunker shot to prevail in a sudden-death playoff. Spieth rode that momentum to Royal Birkdale, where he seized the Claret Jug for his third victory of the season (see European Tour, below). Spieth finished 2nd in the FedExCup race after posting three top-10 finishes in the first three Playoff events.
  • This year, the Zurich Classic of New Orleans made a significant change, adopting a 2-man best-ball format. Titleist Brand Ambassador Cameron Smith and Titleist golf ball loyalist Jonas Blixt both trusted a Pro V1x golf ball and teamed up to win the revamped event in exciting playoff fashion.
  • Titleist Brand Ambassador Cameron Smith (Pro V1x) earned his maiden victory on the PGA Tour this season (at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans), as did Titleist golf ball loyalist Mackenzie Hughes (Pro V1x / RSM Classic).
  • Titleist Brand Ambassador Russell Henley (Pro V1x) and Titleist golf ball loyalists Kyle Stanley (Pro V1) and Jhonattan Vegas (Pro V1) all made equipment changes this year, trusting their games to a Titleist golf ball (and in Henley's case, full bags of Titleist clubs tee-to-green, as well). The choice paid off for all three, as Henley won the Shell Houston Open, Stanley won the Quicken Loans National and Vegas won the RBC Canadian Open.



  • Of the 22 PGA Tour victories recorded by Titleist golf ball players this season, 10 were achieved by Titleist Brand Ambassadors who also relied on full bags of Titleist golf club equipment for their success.
  • The #1 Irons on the PGA Tour and #1 in Wins - More players trusted Titleist irons than any other competing brand, collecting 12 victories in 2016-2017, tops on Tour.
  • Titleist was also the #1 Hybrid on the PGA Tour. This season, players put a Titleist hybrid in play 1,023 times, compared to 660 for the nearest competitor.
  • Players trusting Titleist 917 metals won 11 times on the PGA Tour during the 2016-2017 season, more than any competing brand.
  • Relying on his 917 D3 (9.5°) driver, Titleist Brand Ambassador Justin Thomas led the Tour in the Total Driving statistic this season.
  • Titleist unveiled new 718 prototype irons at this year's Quicken Loans National (as well as the European Tour's HNA Open de France) and new 818 prototype hybrids two weeks later at the John Deere Classic and the European Tour's Scottish Open.
  • Titleist Brand Ambassador Justin Thomas switched to new 718 MB irons (5-9) and captured his first major at this year's PGA Championship. Titleist Brand Ambassador Jordan Spieth put a new 718 T-MB 3-iron in the bag shorlty before this year's Open Championship. His amazing recovery shot with the new club on No. 13 at Royal Birkdale helped turn the momentum around in the final round as he claimed his first Claret Jug. Titleist Brand Ambassador Rafa Cabrera Bello also won with new 718's, capturing the Scottish Open the first time he used his new 718 MB irons in competition.
  • This year's tour seeding and performance validation effort is also notable because it marks the introduction of a brand new prototype iron model from Titleist - the 718 AP3. Titleist Brand Ambassador Jason Bohn made the switch to a full set of AP3 irons (4-PW) and several players added AP3 long irons to their setups, including Titleist Brand Ambassador Jimmy Walker (AP3 3-iron ), Titleist Brand Ambassador Ben An (AP3 3-iron ) and Titleist Brand Ambassador Bobby Wyatt(AP3 4-iron).
  • In June, Titleist Brand Ambassador Jason Dufner played some inspired golf, trusting a Pro V1x golf ball and a full bag of Titleist clubs as he captured The Memorial Tournament. Dufner drove the ball exceptionally well with his 917D2 driver (10.5°) at Murifield Village, averaging 299 yards off the tee and hitting 73% of fairways. Dufner's win represented the 30th victory across the worldwide professional tours by players relying on a Titleist 917 driver. Since then, players trusting a 917D2 or 917D3 driver have gone on to capture 16 more worldwide titles...and counting.
  • Master Craftsman Bob Vokey was inducted into the Canadian Hall of Fame this summer and his Vokey Design wedges were far and away the most trusted wedges on Tour this season. Nearly half of all wedges in play this year were Vokey Design (47%), more than three times the nearest competitor.
  • Of all the Titleist pitching wedges played on Tour this season, 63% were Vokey Design models. This is a 7% increase from 2015 and clear validation of the Progressive Center of Gravity technology found in Vokey SM6 wedges.
  • Players trusting Vokey Design wedges captured 21 PGA Tour victories this year, including The Players Championship, three of the four major championships contested this year, three FedExCup playoff events and they were the choice of Titleist Brand Ambassador, FedExCup champion and Player of the Year Justin Thomas.
  • Once again, Scotty Cameron putters were the most trusted putters on the PGA Tour, with 40% of all putters in play in 2017 and topping the equipment counts at every event on Tour this season. During that time, players trusting a Scotty Cameron putter won 20 PGA Tour events, including The Players Championship, three of the four major championships contested this year and a FedExCup playoff event.
  • Players trusting Scotty Cameron putters captured 71 victories on the worldwide professional golf tours this season, including 11 wins on the LPGA Tour.
  • This season, Titleist Brand Ambassador Justin Thomas worked with Scotty Cameron on a new putter that would provide the longer sight lines and high-MOI benefits of Scotty's Futura models, but that would also feature more toe-hang to complement Justin's putting stroke. The result was the Scotty Cameron Futura 5.5M, a mid mallet chassis with a shorter shaft bend that Thomas used to capture his first major at the PGA Championship, win the FedExCup and earn Player of the Year honors. Recently, the Futura 5.5M joined the Scotty Cameron Futura lineup and is available in golf shops now.



 Jordan Spieth (Winner) - 146th Open Championship: Titleist Pro V1x golf ball, 915D2/9.5° driver, 915F/15° fairway metal, prototype 718 T-MB (3), 716 T-MB (4) and 716 AP2 (5-9) irons, Vokey Design SM6 pitching (46.06 F grind), gap (52.08 F grind), sand (56.10 S grind) and lob (60.04 L grind) wedges, Scotty Cameron 009 putter

  • Players trusting Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls won 22 times during the 2016-2017 European Tour season, compared to five for the nearest competitor.
  • With his dramatic win at this year's Open Championship, Titleist Brand Ambassador Jordan Spieth became only the second golfer in history to win three of four major championships before his 24th birthday. Trusting a Pro V1x golf ball and Titleist golf clubs through the bag at Royal Birkdale, Spieth was the only player to fire four consecutive rounds in the 60’s (65-69-65-69). He played his final five holes in 5-under-par to close with 1-under-par 69, good for a 12-under-par 268 victory total, three shots clear of his playing partner and nearest competitor.
  • In addition to his strong 4th-place showing at this year's U.S. Open, Titleist golf ball loyalist Tommy Fleetwood (Pro V1x) won twice this season on the European Tour, capturing the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship in January and the HNA Open de France in late June.
  • Titleist Brand Ambassador Renato Paratore (Pro V1x) held off the challenges of fellow Titleist golf ball loyalists Chris Wood (Pro V1x) and defending champion Matthew Fitzpatrick (Pro V1x) to claim the Nordea Masters for his first career European Tour title. The 20-year-old Italian became the youngest winner on the European Tour since 2013.
  • Also celebrating their first victories on the European Tour this year are Titleist golf ball loyalists Dylan Fritelli (Pro V1 / Lyoness Open), Matt Wallace (Pro V1x / Open de Portugal), Jordan Smith (Pro V1 / Porsche European Open), Jason Norris (Pro V1x / Fiji International), Julian Suri (Pro V1x/ Made in Denmark), Romain Wattel (Pro V1x / KLM Open), Lucas Bjerregaard (Pro V1 / Portugal Masters) and Titleist Brand Ambassador Paul Dunne (Pro V1x / British Masters).



 I.K. Kim (Winner) - ShopRite LPGA Classic, Marathon Classic, Ricoh Women's British Open: Titleist Pro V1x golf ball

  • Titleist golf ball loyalists won 20 of the 27 events contested on the 2017 LPGA Tour, five times the nearest competitor with 4.
  • Players trusting a Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf ball won four of the five major championships staged this year on the LPGA Tour, including So Yeon Ryu (Pro V1 / ANA LPGA Inspiration), Danielle Kang (Pro V1x / KPMG Women's PGA Championship), Sung Hyun Park (Pro V1x / U.S. Women's Open) and In-Kyung Kim (Pro V1x / Ricoh Women's British Open). These wins marked the first career major titles for each player.
  • In addition to her win at the Women's British Open, Titleist golf ball loyalist In-Kyung Kim (Pro V1x) captured both the ShopRite LPGA Classic and the Marathon Classic, joining Pro V1 golf ball loyalist So Yeon Ryu (ANA LPGA Inspiration, NW Arkansas Championship), Brooke Henderson (Meijer LPGA Classic, New Zealand Women's Open) and Sung Hyun Park (U.S. Women's Open, Canadian Pacific Women's Open) with multiple wins this season.
  • When Sung Hyun Park (Pro V1x) won the U.S. Women's Open earlier this month, it also marked the first LPGA Tour title of her career. Park joins Danielle Kang (Pro V1x), whose major victory at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship was also her maiden LPGA Tour victory.



 Bernhard Langer (Winner) - Mitsubishi Electric Championship / Regions Tradition / KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship, Senior Open Championship, PURE Insurance Championship: Titleist Pro V1 golf ball

  • Titleist golf ball loyalists have won 14 of the first 21 events contested on the 2017 PGA TOUR Champions schedule, five times the nearest competitor with 4.
  • Titleist golf ball loyalist Bernhard Langer (Pro V1) is leading the tour once again with five victories. He earned his record ninth career senior major with a one-shot victory at the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship, becoming the first player in history to win all five Senior Major Championships. A month later he won his ssecond major of the season at the Senior Open Championship.
  • At Pebble Beach Golf Links, Langer (Pro V1) cruised to a three-shot victory at the PURE Insurance Championship, his fifth victory of the year and the 34th of his PGA TOUR Champions career. The win marks the first for the German since he turned 60 last month.
  • Joining Langer with multiple wins this season is Titleist golf ball loyalist Scott McCarron (Pro V1), who followed up his win at the Allianz Championship with his first major victory, a one-stroke victory over two players (one of whom was Langer) at the Constellation Senior Players Championship. Later in the season, McCarron grabbed two more titles, at the Dick's Sporting Goods Open and the Shaw Charity Classic.
  • Also enjoying a major victory this season was Titleist golf ball loyalist Kenny Perry (Pro V1x), who captured his second U.S. Senior Open crown with a record-setting score of 16-under-par 264 at Salem Country Club, eclipsing the previous mark of 267, which he set during his 2013 victory at Omaha Country Club.



 Chesson Hadley (Winner) - LECOM Health Challenge / Albertsons Boise Open: Titleist Pro V1x golf ball, 915D3/10.5° driver, 917F2/15° fairway metal, 716 T-MB (3), 716 MB (4-PW) irons, Vokey Design SM6 gap (52.12 F grind), sand (56.08 M grind) and lob (60.08 Mgrind) wedges

  • Titleist Brand Ambassador Chesson Hadley will be returning to the PGA Tour next season along with a host of fellow Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf ball players who earned tour cards through their regular season play on the Web.com Tour and/or the Web.com Finals. In fact, of the 50 players who punched their tickets to the 2017-2018 PGA Tour, 41 trust a Pro V1 of Pro V1x golf ball.
  • Hadley earned two wins this season and he tops the priority ranking list of the 50 players who will playing on the PGA Tour in 2018.
  • Also capturing two Web.com Tour wins this season (and also heading to the PGA Tour next season) is Titleist golf ball loyalist Stephan Jaeger (Pro V1), who claimed a two-shot victory at the Rust-Oleum Classic, following up his first victory at the BMW Charity Pro-Am.
  • Titleist golf ball loyalist Oliver Bekker (Pro V1) also won multiple times this season, securing victories at the Zambia Sugar Open, the Lombard Insurance Open and the Sun Wild Coast Sun Challenge on the South African Sunshine Tour. Titleist Pro V1x loyalist Peter Karmis also won more than once this year, topping the fields at both the Investec Royals Swazi Open and the Sun City Challenge.
  • Joining Hadley, Jaeger, Bekker and Karmis as a multiple winner this season is Titleist golf ball loyalist Chan Kim (Pro V1x), who has collected two victories so far on the Japan JGTO Tour.
  • Titleist Brand Ambassador Dimi Papadatos has trusted a Pro V1x golf ball and a full bag of Titleist club equipment to capture two wins to date on the Australasian Tour - at the Victorian PGA Open Championship and at the WA PGA Championship.
  • On the Mackenzie Tour Canada, Titleist golf ball loyalist Kramer Hickok (Pro V1) has prevailed in two tournaments to date, the Players Cup and the Ontario Championship.
  • Last but not least on our list of multiple winners this season is Titleist golf ball loyalist SeungHyuk Kim, who won both the Descente Korea Munsingwear Matchplay and the Genesis Championship.


Below, check out all of the 2016-2017 wins to date and congratulations again to all of #TeamTitleist for an amazing season!

TOUR (wins)    
PGA TOUR (22)    
Safeway Open Brendan Steele Pro V1x
CIMB Classic Justin Thomas Pro V1x
OHL Classic at Mayakoba Pat Perez Pro V1
RSM Classic Mackenzie Hughes Pro V1x
SBS Tournament of Champions Justin Thomas Pro V1x
Sony Open in Hawaii Justin Thomas Pro V1x
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Jordan Spieth Pro V1x
Honda Classic Rickie Fowler Pro V1
Puerto Rico Open D.A. Points Pro V1x
Shell Houston Open Russell Henley Pro V1x
Zurich Classic of New Orleans Cameron Smith and Jonas Blixt Pro V1x
Wells Fargo Championship Winner Pro V1x
AT&T Byron Nelson Championship Billy Horschel Pro V1x
DEAN & DELUCA Invitational Kevin Kisner Pro V1
The Memorial Tournament Jason Dufner Pro V1x
117th U.S. OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP Winner Pro V1x
Travelers Championship Jordan Spieth Pro V1x
Quicken Loans National Kyle Stanley Pro V1
RBC Canadian Open Jhonattan Vegas Pro V1
Wyndham Championship Henrik Stenson Pro V1
Dell Technologies Championship Justin Thomas Pro V1x
Alfred Dunhill Championship Brandon Stone Pro V1
BMW South African Open Graeme Storm Pro V1x
Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship Tommy Fleetwood Pro V1x
Commercial Bank Qatar Masters Jeung-hun Wang Pro V1x
Maybank Championship Fabrizio Zanotti Pro V1
World Super 6 Perth Brett Rumford Pro V1x
Joburg Open Darren Fichardt Pro V1x
Hero Indian Open SSP Chawrasia Pro V1x
Shenzhen International Bernd Wiesberger Pro V1
Volvo China Open Alex Levy Pro V1x
Open de Portugal Matt Wallace Pro V1x
Nordea Masters Renato Paratore Pro V1x
Lyoness Open Dylan Frittelli Pro V1
HNA Open de France Tommy Fleetwood Pro V1x
AAM Scottish Open Rafa Cabrera-Bello Pro V1x
THE 146th OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP Jordan Spieth Pro V1x
Porche European Open Jordan Smith Pro V1
Fiji International Jason Norris Pro V1x
Made In Denmark Julian Suri Pro V1x
D+D Real Czech Masters Haydn Porteous Pro V1x
Omega European Masters Matthew Fitzpatrick Pro V1x
KLM Open Romain Wattel Pro V1x
Portugal Masters Lucas Bjerregaard Pro V1
British Masters Paul Dunne Pro V1x
LPGA TOUR (20)    
PureSilk LPGA Classic Brittany Lincicome Pro V1 x
ISPS Handa Women's Australain Open Ha Na Jang Pro V1
Honda LPGA Thailand Amy Yang Pro V1
Kia LPGA Classic Mirim Lee Pro V1x
ANA LPGA Inspiration So Yeon Ryu Pro V1
LPGA LOTTE Championship Cristie Kerr Pro V1
Volunteers of America Texas Shootout Haru Nomura Pro V1x
Lorena Ochoa Match Play Sei Young Kim Pro V1
LPGA Volvik Championship Shanshan Feng Pro V1x
ShopRite LPGA Classic In-Kyung Kim Pro V1x
Manulife LPGA Classic Ariya Jutanugarn Pro V1x
Meijer LPGA Classic Brooke Henderson Pro V1
NW Arkansas Championship So Yeon Ryu Pro V1
KPMG Women's PGA Championship Danielle Kang Pro V1x
Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic Katherine Kirk Pro V1
U.S. Women's Open Sung Hyun Park Pro V1x
Marathon Classic In-Kyung Kim Pro V1x
Ricoh Women's British Open In-Kyung Kim Pro V1x
Canadian Pacific Women's Open Sung Hyun Park Pro V1x
New Zealand Women's Open Brooke Henderson Pro V1
Mitsubishi Electric Championship Bernhard Langer Pro V1
Allianz Championship Scott McCarron Pro V1
Tucson Conquistadors Championship Tom Lehman Pro V1x
Mitsubishi Electric Championship Stephen Ames Pro V1
Insperity Invitational John Daly Pro V1x
Regions Tradition Bernhard Langer Pro V1
KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship Bernhard Langer Pro V1
U.S. Senior Open Kenny Perry Pro V1
Constellation Senior Players Championship Scott McCarron Pro V1
Senior Open Championship Bernhard Langer Pro V1
3M Championship Paul Goydos Pro V1
Dick's Sporting Goods Open Scott McCarron Pro V1
Shaw Charity Classic Scott McCarron Pro V1
PURE Insurance Championship Bernhard Langer Pro V1
WEB.COM TOUR (21)    
The Bahamas Great Exuma Classic Kyle Thompson Pro V1x
The Bahama Great Abaco Classic Andrew Landry Pro V1x
Club Colombia Championship Ethan Tracy Pro V1x
Chitimacha Louisiana Open Casey Wittenburg Pro V1
United Leasing & Finance Championship D.H. Lee Pro V1
Corales Puntacana Championship Nate Lashley Pro V1x
BMW Charity Pro-Am Stephen Jaeger Pro V1
Rex Hospital Open Conrad Shindler Pro V1
Rust-Oleum Championship Stephen Jaeger Pro V1
Lincoln Land Charity Championship Adam Schenk Pro V1
Nashville Golf Open Lanto Griffin Pro V1
LECOM Health Challenge Chesson Hadley Pro V1x
Utah Championship Brice Garnett Pro V1
Digital Ally Open Zecheng Dou Pro V1x
Ellie Mae Classic Martin Piller Pro V1
Price Cutter Charity Championship Ben Silverman Pro V1
News Sentinel Open Winner Pro V1
WinCo Foods Portland Open Brice Garnett Pro V1
Nationwide Children's Hospitals Championship Peter Uihlein Pro V1x
Albertsons Boise Open Chesson Hadley Pro V1x
DAP Championship Nicholas Lindheim Pro V1x
Eye of Africa PGA Championship Erik van Rooyen Pro V1
Dimension Data Pro-Am Paul Lawrie Pro V1x
Zimbabwe Open JC Ritchie Pro V1
Zambia Sugar Open Oliver Bekker Pro V1
Investec Royal Swazi Open Peter Karmis Pro V1x
Lombard Insurance Classic Oliver Bekker Pro V1
Zambia Open Riekus Nortje Pro V1x
Sun City Challenge Peter Karmis Pro V1x
Sun Carnival City Challenge Jbe Kruger Pro V1x
Vodacom Origins - Arabella Keith Horne Pro V1x
Sun Wild Coast Sun Challenge Oliver Bekker Pro V1
Vodacom Origins - Zimbali Jared Harvey Pro V1
Sun Fish River Challenge MJ Viljoen Pro V1x
Sun Boardwalk Challenge Tyrone Ryan Pro V1
ASIAN TOUR (4)    
Bashundhara Bangladesh Open Jazz Janewattananond Pro V1x
Yeangder Heritage Shiv Kapur Pro V1x
Thailand Open Rattanon Wannasricahn Pro V1x
TAKE Solutions Masters Poom Saksansin Pro V1x
JAPAN TOUR (9)    
Leopalace21 Myanmar Open Winner Pro V1x
Token Homemate Cup Wen-Chong Liang Pro V1x
Panasonic Open Japan Kenichi Kuboya Pro V1x
Kansai Open Shugo Imahira Pro V1x
miz Open Chan Kim Pro V1x
JGTO Championship Shaun Norris Pro V1x
Sega Sammy Cup Chan Kim Pro V1x
Fujisankei Classic Hyun-Woo Ryu Pro V1x
Tokai Classic Satoshi Kodaira Pro V1x
Victorian PGA Open Championship Dimi Papadatos Pro V1x
New Zealand PGA Championship Jarryd Felton Pro V1x
New Zealand Open Championship Mike Hendry Pro V1x
Queensland PGA Championship Daniel Pearce Pro V1
Papua New Guinea Open Winner Pro V1
WA PGA Championship Dimi Papadatos Pro V1x
Northern Territory PGA Championship Winner Pro V1x
Bayview Place Cardtronics Open Max Rottluff Pro V1
GolfBC Championship Robby Shelton Pro V1x
The Players Cup Kramer Hickok Pro V1
Mackenzie Investements Open Hank Lebioda Pro V1x
Ontario Championship Kramer Hickok Pro V1
GS Caltex Maekyung Open Sang Hee Lee Pro V1x
Kolon Korea Open Yi Keun Chang Pro V1x
KOREAN TOUR (12)    
SK Telecom Open JinHo Choi Pro V1x
Caido Dream Open WooHyun Kim Pro V1x
Descente Korea Munsingwear Matchplay SeungHyuk Kim Pro V1
Caido Golden V1 Open JungHwan Lee Pro V1x
KPGA Championship JungGon Hwang Pro V1x
Gunsan CC Jeonbuk Open HyungJoon Lee Pro V1x
Caido Male Open KyungNam Kang Pro V1x
Gyeongbuk Open HyungSeok Seo Pro V1
Teeupㆍgswing MEGA Open Yi Keun Chang Pro V1x
ShinHan DongHae Open Richard T. Lee Pro V1x
Genesis Championship SeungHyuk Kim Pro V1
Jeju Open JiHoon Lee Pro V1
Beijing Open Bryden Macpherson Pro V1
Yulongwan Yunnan Open Josh Geary Pro V1
CGD Yunnan Championship Shun Yat Hak Pro V1x
Binhai Forest Tianjing Open Taihei Sato Pro V1x
70 Avianca Colombia Open  Winner  Pro V1x
Molino Canuelas Championship  Winner  Pro V1x
Guatemala Stella Artois Open  Winner  Pro V1x
86 Abierto OSDE del Centro  Winner  Pro V1x
Essential Costa Rica Classic  Winner  Pro V1x
San Luis Championship  Oscar Fraustro  Pro V1
Bolivia Open  Juan Alvarez  Pro V1x