The 2024 Masters Champion Trusts His Pro V1 Golf Ball to Capture His Second Green Jacket

PGA TOUR | Masters Tournament 

The 88th Masters Tournament ended with a Pro V1 golf ball dropping into the bottom of the cup on the 18th green Sunday evening at Augusta National Golf Club, officially sealing a decisive victory for the 2024 Masters champion.   

  • A longtime Pro V1 golf ball player, the champion earned his second green jacket in three years with a closing 4-under 68, playing his final 6 holes in 3 under par to win by four shots.  
  • After the round, the champion credited his short game as the “most important” part of his game this week in Augusta, which the statistics proved out.
  • According to Data Golf, he led the field in Strokes Gained: Around the Green (+1.97 per round), accounting for almost half of his tournament-best SG: Tee to Green (+4.12 per round). 


  • The Masters champion led a 1-2 finish for Titleist golf ball players, with Ludvig Aberg (Pro V1x) finishing runner-up at Augusta National in his first major start.
  • Eleven of the top 15 on Sunday’s final leaderboard were Titleist golf ball players. 
  • Fourteen of the 16 events played this season on the PGA TOUR have now been won with a Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf ball, with 70 percent of all competitors teeing up a Titleist:
    • 1. The Sentry Champion (Pro V1x) 
    • 2. Grayson Murray (Pro V1) – Sony Open in Hawaii 
    • 3. The American Express Champion (Pro V1) 
    • 4. Matthieu Pavon (Pro V1) – Farmers Insurance Open 
    • 5. Wyndham Clark (Pro V1x) – AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am 
    • 6. Nick Taylor (Pro V1x) – WM Phoenix Open 
    • 7. Jake Knapp (Pro V1 Left Dot) – Mexico Open at Vidanta 
    • 8. Austin Eckroat (Pro V1) – Cognizant Classic 
    • 9. Arnold Palmer Invitational Champion (Pro V1)
    • 10. Brice Garnett (Pro V1) – Puerto Rico Open 
    • 11. THE PLAYERS Champion (Pro V1)
    • 12. Peter Malnati (Pro V1x Yellow) – Valspar Championship 
    • 13. Stephan Jaeger (Pro V1) – Texas Children’s Houston Open
    • 14. The Masters Champion (Pro V1)


  • Titleist Brand Ambassador Ludvig Aberg – playing a Pro V1x golf ball, TSR2 driver, T100 irons and NEW Vokey Design SM10 wedges – carded rounds of 73-69-70-69 to post 7 under and finish solo 2nd in his first major championship appearance.
  • Åberg now has one victory, three runner-ups, five top-5's and eight top-10 finishes in his 20 PGA TOUR starts as a professional.   

What’s in the Bag? | Ludvig Åberg 

Golf Ball: Titleist Pro V1x
TSR2 9.0° | Fujikura Ventus Black 6 X 
Irons: T100 4-PW | KBS Tour 130 X 
Wedges: NEW Vokey Design SM10 50.08F, 54.10S, 60.08M | KBS Tour 130 X  


  • “I like to put spin on the ball. I like to hit it a little bit higher to have a little bit of a different angle coming into the firmer greens that we play here on the PGA TOUR. So I think the Pro V1x helps me with that and it helps me to be able to compete against the best players in the world.” 
  • “I just love the feel around the greens, putting, chipping, I love the softer feel (of 2023 Pro V1x), and it flights the way that I want to.” 
  • “What you want when you’re chipping is that little extra feeling of checking up on the green, and making sure that when the greens get a little firmer and faster, you’re still able to put that spin on it. Which I feel like [the Pro V1x] allows me to do. Chipping and short game is such feel-based – what you like to feel, what you don't like to feel. And this allows me to have that creative mindset.” 
  • “We play so many rounds and you don't want to question your equipment. If you make a bad swing, you want to blame yourself and no one else. So that's where the ball comes in. And obviously you play in a lot of different conditions. The weather, the green, the grass, grass types, different kind of things. So it is very important to trust your equipment and that's what I do. I've never ever questioned the Titleist golf ball. It is #1 ball in golf and there's a reason for that.”  


  • “I'm playing the TSR2, 9 degrees, it’s on a D4 setting. I've played this ever since it came out. I really love it... I mean, no matter what driver you play, the good ones are always going to be good, but that's not really how you play golf, unfortunately, because you're going to miss it off the center. You're going to hit it off the heel, you're going to hit off the toe every now and then. So for me, when I hit it off the toe, the spin numbers are still very good. It doesn't really go under 2,000 (rpm), which just obviously makes it stay in the air longer and doesn't get that left miss. And then the heel ones usually stays around under 3,000, which if you are in that little gap, that zone, I think that's when you can perform. Because like I said, you're not going to hit every driver great, but if you can kind of narrow down your misses a little bit, that's going to be key.” 


  • “I actually just ahead of this season switched into these. They're the ‘23 T100’s. I've never been kind of the blade guy. I feel like I need all the help that I can get with my irons, golf is hard enough. So I really like the look of it, feel of it. It performs really well and I feel like an iron is such feel-based. Obviously you want the numbers and the trajectories to match up what you feel, but it's so much what you see, look, feel, and I really love to feel the rounded edges, the semi-thin top line with an iron.” 
  • “You're not going to hit the same flight all the time. You might hit one a little bit higher. I like to do a little bit of everything with my irons. If I have a left pin, I might want to draw it in there. I have a right pin, I might want to cut it in there. So if I can have that same feel no matter what shot I'm hitting, how the club goes through the turf. I'm more of a soft feel guy and I feel like these irons have that soft feel. I don't feel any pinchy-ness. I don't feel anything like that when I hit them. It's very clean, it's very nice and soft.” 


  • At the start of the year, Åberg arrived in Hawaii for the Sentry with three NEW Vokey Design SM10 wedges in the bag to start the 2024 season.
  • Week in and week out, Åberg plays a 50.08F gap wedge and a 54.10S sand wedge.
  • He rotates between a WedgeWorks 60V lob wedge and a 60.08M lob wedge depending on course conditions. (He opted for the 60.08M this week at Augusta National.) 
  • “I got three wedges in my bag every week. Gap wedge, sand wedge, lob wedge... I've used these SM10's, I've made the switch right before the holidays and they're so nice. Like I said before as well, feel is so important with the wedges because you're going to hit a lot of chip shots, a lot of bunker shots. And if you don't like the feel, the sound, the look of it, you're going to have issues getting it up and down. So that's what I feel like. And then obviously the rounded edges around the toe, the top line, absolutely love it.” 

KPGA | The 19th DB Insurance Promy Open 

Titleist Brand Ambassador Sangpil Yoon opened the week with a 10-under 61 and closed with a bogey-free, 7-under 64 to earn his first professional victory.

  • Yoon, gaming his Pro V1x golf ball, TSR driver, blended set of Titleist irons and Vokey Design wedges among his winning setup, posted 18 under over four days LaVie Est Belle Country Club, four shots clear of second place. 
  • For the week, 104 players (72%) played a Titleist golf ball, including each of the top 4 and seven of the top 9 finishers on the final leaderboard.
  • Titleist also topped every major equipment category surveyed (golf ball, driver, fairway, hybrid, iron, wedge, putter), while half the field gamed a Titleist driver. 

What’s in the Bag? | Sangpil Yoon

Golf Ball: Titleist Pro V1x
Driver: TSR3 9.0°
Fairway Metal: TSR3 15.0°
Utility Iron: 718 T-MB 2-iron
Irons: T150 4, 620 CB 5-6, 620 MB 7-9
Wedges: Vokey Design SM9 46.10F, 50.12F, 54.12D, WedgeWorks 58.06K 

Sunshine Tour | The Tour Championship 

Jonathan Broomhead (Pro V1) capped off the 2023-24 Sunshine Tour season with his first career victory, closing in 3-under 69 to win by two. 

China Tour | Hainan Baoting Open 

Lloyd Jefferson Go (Pro V1x) won by six shots to earn his first career China Tour title.

  • He shot a final round 3-under 69 – his fourth consecutive round in the 60’s – to post 22 under for the week around Shangda International Golf Club. 

KLPGA | MEDIHEAL Hankookilbo Championship 

Jiyoung Park (Pro V1) earned her eighth career KLPGA title, posting 22 under to win by six strokes.

  • Park was the only player to card all four sounds in the 60’s (67-66-66-67). 
  • Seven of the top 10 finishers trusted a Titleist golf ball.