Posted: 20 August 2012
While the result at the Wyndham Championship on the PGA Tour is still to be decided, there were three wins for Titleist players on other professional tours globally.
Casual water abounds at the Wyndham Championship
A downpour in North Carolina means that the final round of the Wyndham Championship will commence today, with Titleist ambassadors Tim Clark, Jason Dufner and Bud Cauley all challenging for the title.
Titleist ambassador Bud Cauley is in the hunt in North Carolina
Titleist is the overwhelming ball of choice at the Wyndham Championship with 108 players, more than eight times the nearest competitor with 13.
Meanwhile, on the Champions Tour, Willie Wood won an all-Titleist Pro V1x playoff to capture the Dick's Sporting Goods Open for his first career Champions Tour title. Wood made a long birdie putt on the final hole of regulation to match Michael Allen at 13-under 203, and then won with a par on the first extra hole. Titleist was the top choice of more players in the field of 81 in the golf ball category with 58, over seven times the nearest competitor with eight.
The Dick's Sporting Goods Open Champion 2012 - Willie Wood
Titleist Pro V1x loyalist Shawn Stefani secured his first career Web.com Tour title with a two-shot win at the Midwest Classic. Stefani closed with a 7-under 64 en route to a 17-under 267 victory total. The win vaults Stefani from 54th to 12th on the Web.com Tour money list. Titleist was the top choice of more players in the Midwest Classic field of 156 in the golf ball category with 108 (69%), nearly seven times the nearest competitor with 16. The win is the 11th for Titleist golf ball loyalists on the 2012 Web.com Tour, more than five times the nearest competitor with 2.
In Japan, Titleist Pro V1 golf ball loyalist Toshinori Muto birdied the final hole to go wire-to-wire en route to a one shot win at the Kansai Open Golf Championship. It marked the fifth career JGTO victory for Muto, who closed with a two-under par 69 for an 18-under 266 victory total.
Elsewhere, on the European Challenge Tour, an all-Titleist-ball-loyalist playoff saw Alessandro Tadini secure victory from James Busby at the event held at Stensballegaard Golf in Denmark. Having finished at 12-under par for the tournament, the 38-year old Italian went on to win the title with a par at the third extra hole.
Finally, Titleist was the favorite equipment brand among the field of 312 at the U.S. Amateur Championship, with more players relying upon the #1 ball in golf by an overwhelming margin of 258 to 27 for the nearest competitor. Titleist was also the top choice in drivers, fairway metals and hybrids, iron sets, approach, sand and lob wedges and putters.