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Posted: 5 December 2013
The tee box on hole no.1 for this weeks stop on the European Tour.
Our office for the week. Form an orderly queue, there is plenty to go around!
A long and illustrious list of past winners.
Brand Ambassador Jbe Kruger gets stocked up for the week ahead.
Club Technician, Mattias Jelver, chats to Pro V1x loyalist Marcus Both.
Brand Ambassador, Gaganjeet Bhullar, looking pleased with himself after last weeks win on the Asian Tour. Congratulations Gaganjeet!
Bank letting fly down the range, whilst leadership rep George Shay looks on.
We took a closer look at Brand Ambassador, Arnold "Bank" Vongvanij's custon Scotty Cameron.
A look at Bank's personalised wedges.
We caught up with Brand Ambassador, Ben An.
Lots and lots of Titleist practice balls!
Great views from the range this week.
The practice putting green by the clubhouse.
The view from the first tee box.
Looking back towards the first tee box.
Second hole tee shot. Par 3.
The tee shot on the elevated Par 5 3rd.
The 3rd tee shot, with some fancy filter on it.
Fancy a brand spanking new BMW? It will only take a hole in one at the 8th hole.
And here is the 8th hole....it won't be easy to win that car!
The 18th tee shot, pretty tight.
The 18th green.
The 18th hole from the back of the green.
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The European Tour makes the first of its stops in the Far East this week with the 55th anniversary of the Hong Kong Open being held at the prestigious Hong Kong G.C. Although it is one of the shortest courses the Tour will visit at 6,699 yards, it is well protected by tight, tree lined fairways and numerous water features.
In the field this week and flying the flag for the Titleist Brand are ambassadors Seve Benson, Espen Kofstad, and Alexander Levy. Along with these players are recent Challenge Tour graduates Stuart Manley and current round 2 leader JBe Kruger.Good luck to all Titleist Ambassadors in the field this week, and as always, stay tuned to Team Titleist for further updates.
Posted: 4 December 2013
Playing in the wind can be challenging for any player. So, we arranged a meeting with Titleist Brand Ambassador Tim Clark, who offered to provide some help.
Tim has long been known as one the most accurate players on Tour and he's made a living charging up leaderboards when the wind starts to howl. As Tim told us, a big key to playing in the wind is keeping the ball flight down.
To achieve this lower ball flight, Tim shifts most of his weight to his left side (closest to the target) and then focuses on his second key - proper hand action.
"I like to keep my hands very dead. There’s not a lot of hand work in this swing."
The next time is up and you need to keep the ball low, take Tim's advice and flight your ball down to help control your shots and hopefully lower your scores.
Across the world of golf, the winning momentum continued for Titleist golf ball players, as two more Titleist golf ball loyalists entered the winners' circle this week, led by Titleist Brand Ambassador Gagnjeet Bhullar, who captured his first Asian Tour victory of the season at the Indonesian Open.
Along with Pro V1x loyalist Fabian Gomez, who captured his maiden LatinoAmerica Tour victory at the Personal Classic, Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf ball players have now won 157 tournaments on the worldwide professional tours in 2013, nearly four times the nearest competitor with 40 and more than all other competitors combined.
To date, 21,749 players around the world have trusted a Titleist golf ball on the worldwide professional tours in 2013, more than six times the nearest competitor with 3,206 and more than all other competitors combined. Proof yet again that Titleist is the #1 ball in golf. Let's take a trip around the golfing world with the Team Titleist Tour Recap.• • • ASIAN TOUR: Indonesian Open
Of the 144-player field, 96 players trusted Titleist golf balls, more than 5 times the nearest competitor with 18.
Titleist Brand Ambassador Gagnjeet Bhullar won in wire-to-wire fashion on Sunday, closing the Indonesian Open in style with a bogey-free 3-under 68 in the final round. The win marks the fifth career Asian Tour victory for the Indian.
Bhullar, who shot four rounds in the 60s, posted a 16-under 268 total, good for a three-shot margin of victory.
"In golf anything is possible, that's what I have always believed in,” said Bhullar after the win. “If you have trust in your abilities and will power, you can excel anywhere.”
WHAT’S IN GAGANJEET BHULLAR’S BAG?: Titleist Pro V1x golf ball, 913D2 driver (7.5°), 913FD fairway metal (13.5°, 18.5°), AP2 irons (3-9), Vokey Design SM4 pitching (48°), sand (54°) and lob (60°) wedges, Scotty Cameron Newport 2 putter.
• • • ONEASIA TOUR: Emirates Australian Open
Of the 156-player field, 115 players relied upon Titleist golf balls, more than five times the nearest competitor with 21.
Titleist Brand Ambassador Adam Scott came within a single shot of capturing a rare Australian triple crown on Sunday, posting a runner-up finish at the Emirates Australian Open. Scott, who earlier this month had captured both the Australian PGA Championship and Australian Masters (in addition to partnering for an Australain win in the World Cup), shot a 1-under 71 in his final round at Royal Sydney GC. He posted a 17-under 271 total, one shot away from forcing a playoff.
Scott, who had set a course record with his opening round 10-under 62, kept the near-miss in perspective. Though admitting to reporters on Sunday that he "was gutted" at not having closed out the Aussie Open, he recognized how successful 2013 has been for him.
"It's been a great year. Obviously I didn't want to finish like that (but) I'll get over this tonight and look forward to a few weeks rest and get ready to go next year".
In addition to his wins down under, Scott captured his first major title at this year's Masters Tournament and added a FedExCup playoff event win at The Barclays. He is currently ranked No. 2 in the Offical World Golf Rankings. WHAT’S IN ADAM SCOTT’S BAG?: Titleist Pro V1 golf ball, 913D3 driver (9.5°), 910FD fairway metal (15°), 712U 2-iron, 680 irons (3-9), Vokey Design SM4 pitching (48°) and sand (54°) wedges, Vokey Design TVD K-grind lob (60°) wedge, Scotty Cameron Futura X long putter. • • • LATINOAMERICA TOUR: Personal Classic Of the 132-player field, 107 players trusted Titleist golf balls, more than 8 times the nearest competitor with 13.
It was a 1-2-T3 finish at the Personal Classic in Buenos Aires, where each of the top-6 players relied on a Titleist golf ball for his success.
Pro V1x loyalist Fabian Gomez captured his first LatinoAmerica Tour title on home soil on Sunday, closing with a 5-under 67 at La Reserva Cardales. The performance gave the Argentine a 19-under 269 total, two shots clear of fellow Pro V1x loyalist Christian Espinoza.
Bronson Burgoon (Pro V1x) and Matias O'Curry (Pro V1) both posted 7-under 65s in the final round for a share of joint 3rd place with Pro V1x loyalists Rafael Echenique (66) and Maximiliano Godoy (69).
Posted: 28 November 2013
Posted: 27 November 2013
Whether the outcome of a club championship is at stake, or you stand in the fairway needing a birdie at the last for a career low round, it's critical to look down and know that your golf ball is best for your game.
This is true for all players, including Titleist Brand Ambassador Zach Johnson.
Zach, who trusted his Pro V1x golf ball to a win at the 2013 BMW Championship, advises that to find the right golf ball, you should experiment by shaping different shot types with your wedges and irons to see how a golf ball performs and feels.
"Once you've done that, you'll find one that's best," says Zach.
Take this major winner's advice and find the right ball for your game. We might not all win a green jacket like Zach, but we can try to shoot lower scores and enjoy the game, each and every round!
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