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Retrouvez toutes les spécifications et options Sur-mesure des Drivers et Bois de parcours TS, des Hybrides 818, Fers 718, Wedges Vokey Design SM7 et putters Scotty Cameron.
Whatever your idea for a custom golf ball, our experienced team at Titleist will help you realize your vision and help you develop the ideal package for your specific needs.
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I was at Heathrow country club in Lake Mary Florida On the 6th hole 179yard par 3 It was a sucker pin over water and right behind a sand bunker The ball flew off my brand new AP2-718 , 6iron and landed about a foot away and spun right in the hole. My old friend Rob and new friends Steve and Chuck made me feel like a pro all day. Thank you guys, thank you Titleist, thank you swing coach George
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November 23, 2020, Leisure World Senior’s Tournament, David L. Baker Memorial Golf Course, 14th hole, par-3, 151 yard 6 iron. Titleist Pro V1 with custom imprint "yodrummer".
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Before you could buy Pro V1x Left Dash at your local golf shop or score a dozen Pro V1 Left Dot through a limited run on Titleist.com , golfers nearly needed a PGA TOUR card to get their hands on a Titleist Custom Performance Option (CPO) golf ball. While the vast majority of professionals on the worldwide tours play the exact same Pro V1 or Pro V1x you do, CPOs play a key role across worldwide professional tours and the Titleist Golf Ball R&D development process. CPOs already have a dedicated following within Team Titleist so members jumped at the opportunity to join Titleist golf ball experts for a deep-dive live discussion. Frederick Waddell (Golf Ball Product Director), Fordie Pitts ( Titleist Tour Consultant, Golf Ball Performance ), and Doug Jones ( Golf Ball R&D Project Manager ) all work closely within the CPO program and did not hold back many insider details during the live Q&A. While we would have loved for you to join in real-time, we did record the session and curated the best clips into the following Youtube playlist for your enjoyment. Between clubs, gear, and everything else Titleist, we love having these live discussions with Titleist fans around the world. Keep an eye on our discussion boards , social channels , and email newsflash to ensure you don’t miss out on the next one. Below you will find the top 3 videos from the discussion. Want to see more? View the full series of videos here: https://bit.ly/3adirvN What is the Purpose of the Custom Performance Option Program? https://youtu.be/qAm0gtO3i78 Are CPOs for Everday Golfers? https://youtu.be/GVp-WSl3yUI What Are the Pros and Cons of Low Spin Performance? https://youtu.be/cNtCykb45JI
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Couer D' Alene golf resort number 17 par 4. Hit my Titleist custom golf ball with my initials on it in the hole on this 240 yard hole. This was also done on my 37 anniversary.
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133 yard par 3, into the wind, 8 iron. Ball mark 4 inches from the hole. !st ONE!!!! First year ordering the customized #27 SOLO printed on the ball? Coincidence? Only the Golf Gods know for sure...................But we know better!!!!
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http://youtu.be/fdicPfbrSO8 Did you know that nearly 1/3 of all the golf balls produced each year by Titleist are customized in one form or another? Did you also know that there is a team of passionate individuals dedicated to delivering the best possible experience from start to finish in the Titleist Custom Golf Ball facility located in New Bedford, Mass.? Whether it’s a personal message, a name or initials imprinted on the side or a company logo or the crest of a favorite golf club – each Titleist golf ball that goes through the custom process is cared for by this talented family of Titleist associates. And with this impressive operation in our own backyard, we had to bring you an insider’s view of Titleist’s Custom Golf Ball facility and see our amazing team at work. It was an eye-opening experience for us and we hope you enjoy getting to know our team and the process a little better. FAST FACT: Titleist first began personalizing golf balls in the early 1940’s. In the more than 70 years since those first simple imprints, Titleist’s customization capabilities have advanced to the point where complex logo replication and faithful reproduction of color photography is now achieved daily on the #1 Ball in Golf.
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198 yards, 5 iron, Cedar Crest Golf Course in Dallas hole 15. First hole in one for me. Witness: Andy Staron Made the hole in one with an old NXT Tour Titleist I found!
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I was using a Titleist HP tour golf ball that was given to me by my brother-in-law who no longer plays golf. I told him thank you and that I would make a hole-in-one with one of these balls and remarkably I did that the first time using these balls, also it was the first par 3 on the course. I'm not sure how old these balls are but they proved to be the number one Ball in golf for me. I normallt play the Pro V 1's.Thank you Titleist!!!
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I've been playing golf for 51 years and on January 3, 2016, I finally had my first hole in one. It was at La Quinta Country Club in La Quinta, CA home of the Bob Hope, Humana and now the Career Builder Challenge. It was hole number 12 from 196 yards with a 5 wood. The ball was a Christmas present to myself in 2014 and was purchased from the PGA Tour Superstore in Irvine. As a UCLA Bruin fan it was personalized "Dream Bruin" and was a number 1 Pro V-1X. The only ball I ever hit. My gift in 2015 was four more dozen Pro V-1X's personalized the same way but they are all number 3's. Waiting to tell you about my next hole in one. I'm 69, so I need another one soon.
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Paint spraying onto twirling golf balls. The zap heard during corona discharge. The sight of a golf ball earning the Titleist script. These are just some of the sights and sounds experienced in our golf ball plants, manufacturing the #1 ball in golf. We went behind the curtain of Ball Plant 3 in New Bedford, Mass., to see some of the steps that go into making a Pro V1 golf ball. Let's take a closer look: www.instagram.com/.../ Once the core materials are molded, Pro V1 cores undergo Titleist's corona discharge process. This process ensures that the Urethane Elastomer™ cover adheres properly to the core. www.instagram.com/.../ Our Urethane Elastomer™ formulation and the process to make it is what sets Titleist apart from the rest. Our cover system technology enables us to cast extremely thin covers, control the uniformity, and tailor it to your game. www.instagram.com/.../ Thanks to our paint system developed by Golf Ball R&D, Pro V1 and Pro V1x stay whiter and brighter longer throughout the course of play. The cover and paint system also contributes to an aerodynamically more consistent golf ball. www.instagram.com/.../ The Titleist Operations team has grown to more than 1,100 associates with an average tenure of 20 years and over 20,000 years of collective experience. These associates assure that every golf ball performs consistently for every golfer, every round and on every type of shot. www.instagram.com/.../ Throughout this rigorous process, the Titleist golf ball has earned its script. Our commitment to continuous improvement and performance and quality excellence are core values of the Titleist tradition, which the golfer gets to experience every time he or she tees up the #1 ball in golf.
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On 12/13/15, I got my second hole in one, after more than 30 years since the first. I've tried other balls through the years but always come back to Titleist Pro V's. I retire my ball if I shoot in the seventies, which hasn't been very often, or if I get an eagle,(16). Looking them over almost all of them are Pro V's. This hole in one was a 160 yard hole with tees back, back flag and a bit uphill. Ball had a perfect little draw right at the pin and went in! Thanks Titleist for making such a great ball!
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Recently three friends and I hit the links at a public course in Tucson Arizona where I currently reside. The day seemed normal enough, it was only 110 degrees (no exaggerations) but there weren't many clouds in the sky and not much breeze at all. Little did I know this day was going to be special. I was on the 5th tee box debating what club I was going to use on the 141 yard par 3. There was a little wind in my face and I tend to over swing and hit terrible shots when I think I need a little extra distance, so I pull out my 7 iron and tee up my Titleist ProV1x a little higher than usual. There was a bunker staring me in the face on the front left side of the green and there was plenty of safe landing area in the back of the pin so I did not want to be short, at the same time I was worried that I had too much club. I stepped up to hit and put an easy, smooth, and controlled swing on the ball and made perfect contact. The shot looked good from the beginning it was going right at it. It was definitely enough, it actually looked like it might end up little long. The ball landed, took one bounce and disappeared. With the actual cup and back of green being out of sight, no one was certain exactly where the ball ended up. As we walked up to the flag there was not a ball on the green, shows how well the rest of the players were playing that day. Sure enough I had just hit a Hole in One! It was my first eagle and definitely my first hole in one. I am an average golfer that shoots around ninety. I honestly believe that the only reason that ball went in that hole was because it was the greatest ball in golf. The fat, two inch divot was about 13 inches from the cup. Any other golf ball hits the green, bounces over the cup and rolls, who knows how far. The Titleist ProV1x is the only ball that can absorb all of that velocity and stick where you want it, when you need it. I always agreed that Titleist ProV1 was the best ball around but after that magical hole in 1, I now have authentic proof and I will be praising the makers of the Titleist ProV1x for the rest of my life. Thank you Titleist for being great, and for one day and for one shot, making me great. -Sincerely, Joel G. Tucson, Arizona
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I AM VERY HAPPY WITH THE TITLEIST BALL
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A month before I hit a hole in One (on may 9th 2014) I was playing Softball and was hit on my right eye with the ball having to be taking to ER were I spend all night and had surgeries and several eye procedures painful expensive and frustrating experience, then on that day my son invited me to play a round on a 9 hole course with his son (my grandson)I had a patch with holes on my right eye, and was hitting 9 over at the end hole 5, then I decided to close my right eye and not try to see throw the holes, grab my 60 degrees titles wedge and a nxt tour S ball swing and there it was on its way bouncing 2 inches before the hole and roll in it.. THE BEST PART IS my Son and Grand son witness it and the decision is done soft ball or Golf NO MORE SOFTBALL Golf ALL THE WAY!!! my gran son kept the Ball... :)
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I had played Titleist ProV's for many years and was always pleased with the performance however arthritis in my wrists has forced me to play a softer ball. My son Steve gave me a dozen ProV's at our last visit. Decided to play this round with his gift and guess what happened.... the ball flew straight at the pin landing 8 feet in front and gently rolled into the hole.
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played golf most of my life and never got a hole in one until i retired and moved to florida. At the Villages I got my first one.Then after moving to Spruce Creek about 3 miles from the Villages I got 3 more..3 of them was with Titleist golf balls.and one with a Dunlap DDH ll. funny I had just found that Dunlap on the hole before and decided to use it..sure enough a hole in one..Now at Spruce Creek they were only suppose to honer just one hole in one but knowing the pro real well he sent in my claim and they awarded me with the hole in one items.trophy and all but when i got the third the owner of our development refused to honer it so never got anything to show,except the signed certificate.All three were with Titleist balls..the fifth hole in one was at Rosky Knoll golf & country club in Orrington were I still play today after moving back to Maine..Also that was with a Titleist ball.I am 85 so you see ihave used Titleist balls most of the time.. Would like to add..I played golf with the great Sandy KouFax for about 3 years while he lived in Maine and was interviewed by Sports Illustrated about playing with him,,He used to pick me up some times at my house ,then go to the mail before we headed for the golf course and it seemed he was always getting some Titleist golf balls from you people..That was the only ball he ever used..
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My wife offers a yoga for golf class at Treetops Resort during some of the summer golf schools. During the orientation evening I am left with two hours at the resort at approximately 7 pm with nothing to do. I grabbed a cart and headed out onto the Fazio course to shag lost balls. I found 150 balls on a steep hill to the left of the fairway on the very first hole. In all I found 230 balls, they were everywhere. I brought them home, sorted through them for the best balls, that is to say the Titleist and more specifically for my tastes, the Pro V1. I cleaned them up and floated them to find the center of gravity and marked them with a line for putting. I never thought to use the line on the ball on the tee box until the very swing on which I hit my hole in one. I just can not help but feeling that I pulled this ball out of an existence of rotting forever on the bottom of a steep hill and it rewarded me with my first hole in one. Now this once forgotten ball will hold a place of esteem warm inside my home for the rest of my years.
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Amazing feeling to hole out of tough pin location. Thank you, Titleist for awesome golf balls. No. 1 Golf Ball in Golf. AK
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When Titleist Tour Speed was introduced two years ago, it was the first high-performance golf ball to feature a proprietary Titleist Performance Urethane (TPU) cover, and quickly became the best performing model in its category . This next generation of Tour Speed continues to produce consistently fast speed, penetrating flight, and exceptional short game control golfers have come to trust and expect from the model. Titleist Golf Ball Experts recently hosted Team Titleist members to peel back the curtain on the newly reformulated Tour Speed in a live digital discussion. While we would have loved for you to join us live for this Team Titleist Talks event, we did record the session and curate the best clips into the following Youtube playlist for your enjoyment. Be sure to keep an eye on our discussion boards , social channels , and email newsflash so you don’t miss out on the next one. Below you will find the top 3 videos from the discussion. Want to see more? View the full series of videos here: https://bit.ly/3xtX1Wd Why Titleist Developed Tour Speed https://youtu.be/uRLtuFVSON0 The Benefits of TPU (Titleist Performance Urethane) https://youtu.be/Qa8JqQPZQ_Q Golf Ball Cover Durability https://youtu.be/gENzpfJvXiA
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With virtual hangouts becoming the new norm, Titleist product experts jumped at the opportunity to spend some time with Team Titleist members for an interactive panel on golf ball innovation. This raw discussion lasted 45 minutes covering everything from Tour stories to the extensive competitor testing required to remain the #1 Ball in Golf. Michael Mahoney (VP of Golf Ball Product & Marketing) played host as he teed up questions for Fordie Pitts (Tour Consultant for Golf Ball Performance) and Mike Madson (Director of Aerodynamics and Research Engineering) before fielding questions from Team Titleist. We wish you all could have joined us live, but we recorded the session and extracted the juiciest topics for your enjoyment. Between clubs, gear, and everything else Titleist, we hope this is the first of many expert panels to talk shop with Titleist fans around the world. Keep an eye on our discussion boards , social channels , and email newsflash to ensure you don’t miss out on the next one. We have included the top 3 videos from the discussion below. Want to see more? View the full series of videos here: Golf Ball Innovation Panel Playlist Research & Development On Tour www.youtube.com/watch Working With The World's Best www.youtube.com/watch Competitor Analysis www.youtube.com/watch
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8th hole-in-one. All with a Titleist golf ball.
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LOVE THE FACT THAT TITLEIST PROVIDES THIS PRODUCT. LIFELONG CUSTOMER, BEST BALL EVER MADE !!
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My son bought me ProV1 golf balls for my 70th birthday and had them numbered 70. Playing in my local golf league playoffs a hole in one on 17th hole won the match. See photo from Merrmack golf course attached.
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EOD (Explosive Ordinance Disposal) Golfing. Retrieving the balls is difficult. (see the assault weapon in the background) With the stress of war, the EOD specialists like to hit golf balls inbetween missions. This is Sgt. Aaron Hale 760th EOD Company FOB Wilson APO AE 09370 Among many other things, there is a shortage of golf balls and clubs for our soldiers. If you could, the soldiers would appreciate any imperfect or damaged golf balls and clubs. So far this year, 3 team members have been Medivac'd to medical care. Golf is a great diversion. Any help would be appreciated. Sincerely, Carol Hale (mother)
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www.youtube.com/watch There’s only one piece of equipment you use on every shot of every round — and that’s the golf ball. Whether you’re a scratch golfer looking to win your club championship or a beginner trying to break 90 for the first time, getting fit for the right ball is critical. At Titleist, our goal is to help all golfers play better and shoot lower scores, and being fit for the right golf ball is a key part of that. Earlier this week, Golficity co-founders Michael and Frank Fasano stopped by TPC River Highlands and met up with Titleist fitters to find the best golf ball for their games. “Before filming this video we had no idea how much knowledge and technology went into a golf ball fitting,” Golficity said. What the process entails: Step 1: Assessment and Selection Titleist golf ball fitting begins with an assessment of your game, your performance objectives, and your personal preferences. Step 2: Green-to-Tee On Course Evaluation The Titleist Green-to-Tee fitting process involves an evaluation of all shots on the golf course, with the greatest emphasis placed on shots around and into the green. Step 3: Putting the New Ball in Play Commit to playing the golf ball you've been fitted for exclusively. Using the same model golf ball on every shot of every round eliminates performance variation, builds confidence and consistency, and will ultimately lead to you shooting lower scores. By the end of the afternoon, both Michael and Frank found out they haven’t been maximizing spin, launch angle and stopping power, and ultimately, haven’t been playing the right ball for their games all along. Mike, who was playing the Pro V1, found out he needed to switch to the Pro V1x and Frank, who was playing the AVX, needed to switch to the Pro V1. “Golf ball fittings like this one are the future of golf equipment selection,” Michael and Frank said after their fitting experience. “In one eye-opening afternoon we learned how much playing the right ball for your unique swing can help maximize your personal performance.” There are no stock players, no stock swings and no stock setups. Every golfer is unique, and at Titleist, we have unique products designed to fit your game. Make sure you’re playing the right golf ball. Schedule your fitting today or use Titleist’s online Golf Ball Selection Tool and start shooting your lowest scores.
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I've been playing golf for 41 years and the golf gods finally smiled upon me. the shot was a pure as christmas snow. I never felt the ball hit the club face and I used my favorite ball. titleist pro v 1. Thank you Titleist.
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Played at the Waldorf Astoria golf club in Orlando 4 days in a row. The 3 days prior on hole #2 par 3, I was in the water. On the 4th day wind was strong in your face. I figured id club up. Placed the ball on my Tee decided not to take a practice swing. When I hit the ball I new it was perfect contact. The ball landed on the green rolled forward for a second then disappeared!!! My buddies at that point in time where loaded and more excited than me. Love Golf!!
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As a retail golf store owner (now retired) I sold thousands of dozens of Titleist golf balls. I always knew the product was solid, with great research behind the golf balls and with lots of choices for golfers of all ability levels. I retired before the AVX was introduced, but had it been in the product mix when I was still in business it would have been recommended without reservation to all my customers. This is a ball that performs at all swing speeds, in all conditions. AND it delivered a picture perfect hole in one for me!
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As a golfer, you want to maximize your game by using the best equipment for you. Finding the best golf equipment starts with Titleist. As the #1 ball in golf, we understand the benefit of choosing the right golf ball for your game. Perhaps you’ve been asking yourself: What is the best golf ball for me? A great place to get started is right here on Titleist.com, using our New Golf Ball Selector Tool . We developed this interactive app for golfers who are not able to attend an official Titleist fitting event . Our golf ball selector tool incorporates the same evaluation logic used by our golf ball fitting teams when they're helping golfers out in the field. STEP 1: Visit the Golf Ball Selector Tool When you visit Titleist’s online golf ball selector tool, you'll be prompted to respond to several questions about your current game, your goals and your preferences. The objective is to find the best golf ball for you to use. Based on your responses, the Selector Tool will identify a recommended golf ball and an alternative golf ball model that will most likely help you shoot your lowest scores. STEP 2: Compare Golf Balls On The Course Once the selector tool has recommended two golf balls to test, the next step is to play golf! Take your recommended golf ball and alternate golf ball models to the golf course for an on-course evaluation. This is the fun part. Now, you’ll get to compare golf ball performance side-by-side to determine the best golf ball for your game. There are many ways to conduct an on-course evaluation, but pay close attention to how the two models compare on shots around and onto the green. Short-game performance is a critical element of choosing the best golf ball for you. These shots have the greatest impact on score, so if one golf ball model is a clear winner in this area, you can practically guarantee that model is the best golf ball for your game. To help keep track of how the two golf balls perform during your on-course testing, Download and Print Our On-Course Golf Ball Evaluation Scorecard . STEP 3: Play Your Best Golf Ball Model Trust the outcome of your on-course golf ball evaluation. Use the same model golf ball on every shot of every round you play. This will eliminate a degree of variation that you would experience if you play a hodge-podge of different golf balls. When you know what to expect from your golf ball, your confidence and consistency will grow, and you'll see the results in lower scores. Good luck and if you have any questions, check out our golf ball fitting and education page to learn more about the Titleist Approach. #TeamTitleist
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I scored my first hole-in-one today at the Habitat Golf course in Valkaria, FL today using a Titleist NXT tour ball. thanks guys. I'm 74 years old and have been trying for years.
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On Christmas Day I received a dozen Michelob Ultra logo ProV1 balls from my son. These balls have been very lucky. I have had two holes in one using these balls this year. One at the Views golf course in Oro Valley, AZ. and the second just a few weeks ago at Shuksan Golf Course in Bellingham Washington. The enclosed photo is the 7 hole at the Views.
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I was lucky enough to be able to test the new pro v1 ball for Titleist a few years back. I played the front 9 at Monarch Bay golf course alternating shots with the new pro v and the old pro v. When I got to the 10th hole, a par 3 playing about 173 yards, I pulled out a new pro v test ball from the sleeve. I let my two buddies tee off before me so I could watch their shots. I teed up my ball and grabbed my 7 iron. It was a beautiful day, no wind coming off the bay and the sun was shinning. I put a good swing on the ball and watched it take off with a nice draw. The ball bounced about 2 feet in front of the hole just to the right of the flag. It took a big hop past the hole then I couldn't see the ball anymore. I looked at my friends and they looked back at me. I said "where did the ball go?" They said " that will play". I looked at a guy that was behind the tee box working on his short game, he said "bro that's in the hole". I thought to my self there is no way I just got my first hole in one. I took off running down the fairway and left my cart at the tee box. As I approached the green I couldn't see the ball and started slowly walking to the flag. I noticed my ball mark about two feet short of the flag and just to the right of the pin. I slowly glanced into the hole, almost as if I was scared to look and there it was. My tiny little Titleist pro v 1 test ball in the hole. By this time my two buddies were getting out of the carts and running up to the green. We were yelling and jumping up and down. I took the ball out of the hole and held it in the air pointing back at the tee box where the guy was still working on his short game. He gave me a thumbs up and I got a big hug from my friends. I lucked out after the round, when I walked into the bar to buy drinks for anyone in the bar, there was no one in there. I will never forget that moment or the Titleist test ball. Thank you Titleist.
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Par 3 165 7 iron at Sarasota Golf Club. Beautiful 84 degree Spring day. The ball hot and broke left and what do you know...................IT WENT IN. ProV1x ball used and will never be hit again. Took the ball out of play.
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Playing golf with my wife and friends Brian and Peggy Hit a PW with a little draw right to left ball landed about 10 feet in front of hole and went in This is my 3rd hole in one all with Pro V 1X Golf balls Great ball to play Thanks Titleist for making a Great golf ball!
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I hit an 8 iron 158 yds using a customized Titleist ProV1 ball. The shot was heading straight for the flag. It landed about 1 foot from the hole and rolled in. This is my second hole in one using Titleist ProV1 golf ball.
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In every round of golf I ever play I refuse to play anything other than a Titleist Pro V1. Worrying about your golf ball does not need to be an issue and with titleist golf balls it never is.
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A good round of golf with friends I pull the shot of the century using the Pro-V 1X, the ball rolled almost the entire green to finish with that magical sound of the ball hitting the flag pole and the cup!!
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As we stood on the 14th box, D.A. says, "Watch this hole-in-one shot." ...And then we did! The ball 'png-ed' the ball flag and went directly into the hole; no roll, no bounced.
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Windy day. Pro V1x customized. Cut shot from back right tee to back right pin. Hit, bounced 2x and spun to right into the cup!
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It must be the ball. Because, I started taking golf seriously in November of 2011 and on Saturday, March 12, 2016 and 5 months removed from a Total Knee Replacement on my right leg I hit my Titleist Pro V1 #23 (who doesn't like Mike) with a towering 6 iron from 155 yards straight towards the pin; the ball hit roughly 5 feet from the hole, bunny hopped and disappeared into the hole. I'm thinking it's time to switch to Titleist clubs. It happened at Black Gold Golf Club in Yorba Linda, CA with a 17 year old future pro as my witness... Michael, don't worry I'm sure they're are many hole-in-ones in your future. Golf is a great game. Go Play! -Johnny
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I was playing with my golf buddies Glen Pugh and Joe Hensley on February 28, 2012 at Brushy Mountain, I hit the ball on #15 and I knew I had a good shot. When we all got onto the green, we could only see Glen and Joe's ball, I thought it must of rolled into the ruff so we began to look. No sign of the ball, Glen walked over to the hole and told Sam he found his ball. Hole in one.... Way to go Sam.
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So playing with my coworkers and new customers. I am the least seasoned golfer of the bunch. The whole day every one is giving me pointers how to hit the ball. So after a relatively decent round of golf, for me that is. We come up to the 16th hole. It was a par three 115 yards to the pin. The three guys i am with go first, all of them hit to the right of the pin. I get up to the tee box set my ball down and use a PW. I line up, hit the ball which felt great. It popped up in the air while everyone is screaming get in the hole. It bounces about 5 inches from the hole and bounces in. Greatest day of golf ever.
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I am 75 years old, and this was my second Hole-In-One. This shot was 162 yards with a 7 wood on August 4, 2017. My first Hole-In-One was on August 29, 1969--182 yards with a 4 iron. Both shots were made with Titleist balls. Titleist mounted the first Hole-In-One ball on a very nice wooden ash tray (never used for cigarettes) which I still have to this day!
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Titleist is the #1 ball for more players and more champions across the worldwide professional tours. Thus far in 2017, Titleist golf ball players have recorded 206 victories around the world, nearly seven times the nearest competitor with 28 . Since its introduction in 2000, the Pro V1 golf ball franchise has been the golf ball of choice for more than 2,600 champions worldwide. Below is a listing of tournaments won by Titleist golf ball players on the major worldwide professional tours in 2017. 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 THE PGA CHAMPIONSHIP Justin Thomas Pro V1x Wyndham Championship Henrik Stenson Pro V1 Dell Technologies Championship Justin Thomas Pro V1x EUROPEAN TOUR (27) 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 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship Tyrrell Hatton Pro V1x Italian Open Tyrrell Hatton Pro V1x Nedbank Golf Challenge Branden Grace Pro V1x LPGA TOUR (25) 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 Taiwan Championship Eun-Hee Ji Pro V1x Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia Cristie Kerr Pro V1 TOTO Japan Classic Shanshan Feng Pro V1x Blue Bay LPGA Shanshan Feng Pro V1x CME Group Titleholders Ariya Jutanugarn Pro V1x PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS (17) 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 Dominion Energy Charity Classic Bernhard Langer Pro V1 Powershares QQQ Championship Bernhard Langer Pro V1 Charles Schwab Cup Championship Kevin Sutherland Pro V1x 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 AUSTRALASIAN TOUR (12) 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 Western Australian Open Stephen Leaney Pro V1 Isuzu Queensland Open Michael Sim Pro V1x NSW Open Jason Scrivener Pro V1x Emirates Australian Open Cameron Davis Pro V1x Australian PGA Championship Cameron Smith Pro V1x ASIAN TOUR (8) 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 Yeangder Tournament Players Championship Ajeetesh Sandhu Pro V1 Macau Open Gaganjeet Bhullar Pro V1x Panasonic Open India Shiv Kapur Pro V1x Resorts World Manila Masters Micah Lauren Shin Pro V1x JAPAN TOUR (14) 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 Mynavi ABC Championship Tatsuya Kodai Pro V1 Heiwa PGM Championship Chan Kim Pro V1x Mitsui Sumitomo Visa Taiheiyo Masters Satoshi Kodaira Pro V1x Dunlop Phoenix Winner Pro V1x Casio World Open Seung-Su Han Pro V1x SOUTH AFRICAN TOUR (16) 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 Sun Sabiya Challenge Alex Haindl Pro V1x Vodacom Origins of Golf Final Jaco Prinsloo Pro V1x MACKENZIE TOUR CANADA (5) 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 ONEASIA TOUR (2) GS Caltex Maekyung Open Sang Hee Lee Pro V1x Kolon Korea Open Yi Keun Chang Pro V1x KOREAN TOUR (14) 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 Genesis Championship SeungHyuk Kim Pro V1 Jeju Open JiHoon Lee Pro V1 K.J Invitational InnChoon Hwang Pro V1x Caido Series Tour Championship GoWoong Choi Pro V1x PGA TOUR CHINA (9) 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 Shenzhou Peninsula Classic Taewoo Kim Pro V1 Clearwater Bay Open James Marchesani Pro V1x Jiangsu Open Callum Tarren Pro V1 Hunan Taohuayuan Open Benjamin Lein Pro V1x Chongqing Jiangnan NewTown KingRun Open Kevin Lee Pro V1x PGA TOUR LATINOAMÉRICA (14) 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 Paraguay Open Winner Pro V1x Flor de Caña Open Winner Pro V1 San Luis Championship Oscar Fraustro Pro V1 Open do Brasil Winner Pro V1x Lexus Peru Open Charlie Saxon Pro V1 Roberto De Vicenzo Punta del Este Open Brian Richey Pro V1 Bolivia Open Juan Alvarez Pro V1x Argentina Open Brady Schnell Pro V1 Shell Championship Brady Schnell Pro V1 #TeamTitleist
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I recently scored my first Hole in One after 24 years of golf with a ProV1x ball which my son in law gave to me to try. I normally play with the Titlest Extreme, but after acing the 4th hole we played, you can bet which ball I will be playing with from now on!
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Titleist is the #1 ball for more players and more champions across the worldwide professional tours. Thus far in the 2017-2018 season, Titleist golf ball players have recorded 120 victories around the world, nearly seven times the nearest competitor with 16 . Since its introduction in 2000, the Pro V1 golf ball franchise has been the golf ball of choice for more than 2,900 champions worldwide. Below is a listing of tournaments won by Titleist golf ball players on the major worldwide professional tours in 2017-2018. TOUR (wins) PGA TOUR (24) Safeway Open Brendan Steele Pro V1x CIMB Classic Pat Perez Pro V1 The CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges Justin Thomas Pro V1x Sanderson Farms Championship Ryan Armour Pro V1x Shriners Hospitals for Children Open Patrick Cantlay Pro V1x OHL Classic at Mayakoba Patton Kizzire Pro V1x RSM Classic Austin Cook Pro V1 Sony Open in Hawaii Patton Kizzire Pro V1x Genesis Open Bubba Watson Pro V1x Honda Classic Justin Thomas Pro V1x Valspar Championship Paul Casey Pro V1 WGC - Dell Match Play Bubba Watson Pro V1x Corales Puntacana Championship Brice Garnett Pro V1 Houston Open Ian Poulter Pro V1x THE MASTERS Winner Pro V1 RBC Heritage Satoshi Kodaira Pro V1x Valero Texas Open Andrew Landry Pro V1x Zurich Clasic of New Orleans Scott Piercy and Billy Horschel Pro V1 / Pro V1x THE PLAYERS Championship Webb Simpson Pro V1 THE 118th U.S. OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP Winner Pro V1x The Travelers Championship Bubba Watson Pro V1x Quicken Loans National Francesco Molinari Pro V1 x A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier Kevin Na Pro V1 x EUROPEAN TOUR (18) Australian PGA Championship Cameron Smith Pro V1x Joburg Open Shubhankar Sharma Pro V1x Hong Kong Open Wade Ormsby Pro V1x AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open Dylan Frittelli Pro V1 Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship Tommy Fleetwood Pro V1x Omega Dubai Desert Classic Haotong Li Pro V1 Maybank Championship Shubhankar Sharma Pro V1x NBO Oman Open Joost Luiten Pro V1 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters Eddie Pepperell Pro V1 Tshwane Open George Coetzee Pro V1x Hero Indian Open Matt Wallace Pro V1 Trophee Hassan II Alex Levy Pro V1x Volvo China Open Alexander Bjork Pro V1 Rocco Forte Sicilian Open Joakim Lagergren Pro V1 BMW PGA Championship Francesco Molinari Pro V1x Italian Open Thorbjørn Olesen Pro V1x Shot Clock Masters Mikko Korhonen Pro V1x BMW International Open Matt Wallace Pro V1 LPGA TOUR (14) Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic Brittany Lincicome Pro V1x ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open Jin Young Ko Pro V1x Honda LPGA Thailand Jessica Korda Pro V1 Kia Classic Eun Hee Ji Pro V1x ANA Inspiration Pernilla Lindberg Pro V1 LOTTE Championship Brooke Henderson Pro V1 HUGEL-JTBC LA Open Moriya Jutanugarn Pro V1x Volunteers of America LPGA Texas Classic Sung Hyun Park Pro V1x Kingsmill Championship Ariya Jutanugarn Pro V1x U.S. Women's Open Ariya Jutanugarn Pro V1x ShopRite LPGA Classic Annie Park Pro V1 Meijer LPGA Classic So Yeon Ryu Pro V1 KPMG WOMEN'S PGA CHAMPIONSHIP Sung Hyun Park Pro V1 x Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic Sei-Young Kim Pro V1 PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS (9) Boca Raton Championship Mark Calcavecchia Pro V1x Cologuard Classic Steve Stricker Pro V1x Rapiscan Systems Classic Steve Stricker Pro V1x Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf Kirk Triplett / Paul Broadhurst Pro V1x / Pro V1 Insperity Invitational Bernhard Langer Pro V1 Senior PGA Championship Paul Broadhurst Pro V1 Principal Charity Classic Tom Lehman Pro V1 American Families Insurance Open Scott McCarron Pro V1x U.S. SENIOR OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP David Toms Pro V1 x WEB.COM TOUR (12) Great Exuma Classic Sung-Jae Im Pro V1x The Bahamas Great Abaco Classic Adam Svensson Pro V1 Panama Championship Scott Langley Pro V1x Club Colombia Championship Ben Taylor Pro V1 North Mississippi Classic Eric Axley Pro V1x United Leasing & Finance Championship Jose de Jesus Rodriguez Pro V1x Knoxville Open Stephan Jaeger Pro V1x Nashville Golf Open Cameron Davis Pro V1x Rex Hospital Open Joey Garber Pro V1x Wichita Open Brady Schnell Pro V1 Lincoln Land Championship Anders Albertson Pro V1 x LECOM Health Challenge Nelson Ledesma Pro V1x SOUTH AFRICAN TOUR (8) Eye of Africa PGA Championship Matias Calderon Pro V1x Cape Town Open Rhys Enoch Pro V1x Sunshine Tour Championship Darren Fichardt Pro V1x Zanaco Masters J.J. Senekal Pro V1x Zimbabwe Open Bryce Easton Pro V1x Investec Royal Swazi Open Justin Harding Pro V1 Lombard Classic Justin Harding Pro V1 Sun City Challenge Neil Schietekat Pro V1 ASIAN TOUR (4) Leopalace21 Myanmar Open Paul Peterson Pro V1x GS Caltex Maekyung Open Sang-Hyun Park Pro V1 Bangladesh Open Malcolm Kokocinski Pro V1x Queen's Cup Jazz Janewattananond Pro V1 x JAPAN TOUR (4) Panasonic Open Rahil Ganjee Pro V1x The Chunichi Crowns Y.E. Yang Pro V1 JPGA Championship Toru Taniguchi Pro V1x Sega Sammy Cup Brad Kennedy Pro V1x AUSTRALASIAN TOUR (7) New Zealand Masters Matt Millar Pro V1x Victorian Open Simon Hawkes Pro V1 Queensland PGA Championship Daniel Fox Pro V1x New Zealand PGA Championship Ben Campbell Pro V1 New Zealand Open Daniel Nisbet Pro V1 Papua New Guinea Open Daniel Gale Pro V1x Western Australian PGA Championship Michael Long Pro V1x MACKENZIE TOUR CANADA (1) Bayview Place DCBank Open Sam Fidone Pro V1 ONEASIA TOUR KOREAN TOUR (8) DB Insurance Promi Open GaLam Jun Pro V1x SK Telecom Open SungYeol Kwon Pro V1x Genesis Championship TaeHee Lee Pro V1x Descente Korea Munsingwear Matchplay MeenWhee Kim Pro V1x KEB HanaBank Invitational SangHyun Park Pro V1 KOLON Korea Open MinChel Choi Pro V1x KPGA Championship DoYeob Mun Pro V1x Home Shopping Jeobunk SukWoan Ko Pro V1 x PGA TOUR CHINA (5) Chengdu Championship Jeffrey Kang Pro V1x Chongqing Championship Yi Cao Pro V1x Changsha Championship Charlie Saxon Pro V1 Guilin Championship Charlie Saxon Pro V1 Kunming Championship Motin Yeung Pro V1x PGA TOUR LATINOAMÉRICA (5) Guatemala Stell Artois Open Ben Polland Pro V1x OSDE Open del Centro Cristobal del Solar Pro V1x Molino Cañuelas Championship Thomas Baik Pro V1x Costa Rica Classic Tyson Alexander Pro V1 Bupa Matchplay Tony Hakula Pro V1x #TeamTitleist
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Titleist is the #1 ball for more players and more champions across the worldwide professional tours. In 2016, Titleist golf ball players recorded 189 victories around the world, more than five times the nearest competitor with 36 . Since its introduction in 2000, the Pro V1 golf ball franchise has been the golf ball of choice for more than 2,500 champions worldwide. Below is a listing of tournaments won by Titleist golf ball players on the major worldwide professional tours in 2016. TOUR (wins) PGA TOUR (21) CIMB Classic Justin Thomas Pro V1x Sanderson Farms Championship Peter Malnati Pro V1x RSM Classic Kevin Kisner Pro V1 Hyundai Tournament of Champions Jordan Spieth Pro V1x Sony Open in Hawaii Fabian Gomez Pro V1x CareerBuilder Challenge Jason Dufner Pro V1 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Vaughn Taylor Pro V1x Northern Trust Open Winner Pro V1x Honda Classic Adam Scott Pro V1 WGC-Cadillac Championship Adam Scott Pro V1 Shell Houston Open Jim Herman Pro V1 RBC Heritage Winner Pro V1x Valero Texas Open Charley Hoffman Pro V1 Zurich Classic of New Orleans Brian Stuard Pro V1x Wells Fargo Championship James Hahn Pro V1x Dean & DeLuca Invitational Jordan Spieth Pro V1x FedEx St. Jude Classic Winner Pro V1x Barracuda Championship Greg Chalmers Pro V1x Barbasol Championship Aaron Baddeley Pro V1x The 98th PGA Championship Jimmy Walker Pro V1x John Deere Classic Ryan Moore Pro V1x EUROPEAN (25) Nedbank Golf Challenge Winner Pro V1x Australian PGA Championship Nathan Holman Pro V1x BMW SA Open Brandon Stone Pro V1x Joburg Open Haydn Porteous Pro V1x Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship Rickie Fowler Pro V1 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters Winner Pro V1x ISPS Handa Perth International Louis Oosthuizen Pro V1x True Thailand Classic Scott Hend Pro V1x Real Club Valderrama Open de España Andrew Johnston Pro V1x Hero Indian Open SSP Chawrasia Pro V1x Trophy Hassan II Jeunghun Wang Pro V1x AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open Jeunghun Wang Pro V1x BMW PGA Championship Chris Wood Pro V1x Nordea Masters Winner Pro V1x BMW International Open Henrik Stenson Pro V1 Open de France Thongchai Jaidee Pro V1x The 145th Open Championship Henrik Stenson Pro V1 King's Cup Shih Chang Chan Pro V1x Aberdeen Asset Management Paul Lawrie Match Play Anthony Wall Pro V1x KLM Open Joost Luiten Pro V1 Porsche European Open Alexander Levy Pro V1x Alfred Dunhill Links Championship Tyrrell Hatton Pro V1x Portugal Masters Padraig Harrington Pro V1x Turkish Airlines Open Winner Pro V1x DP World Tour Championship Matthew Fitzpatrick Pro V1x LPGA (23) Coates Golf Championship Ha Na Jang Pro V1 ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open Haru Nomura Pro V1x HSBC Women’s Championship Ha Na Jang Pro V1 JTBC Founders Cup Sei Young Kim Pro V1 Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic Haru Nomura Pro V1x Volunteers of America Texas Shootout Jenny Shin Pro V1 Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic Ariya Jutanugarn Pro V1x Kingsmill Championship Ariya Jutanugarn Pro V1x LPGA Volvik Championship Ariya Jutanugarn Pro V1x KPMG Women’s PGA Championship Brooke Henderson Pro V1 Meijer LPGA Classic Sei Young Kim Pro V1 LPGA Cambia Portland Classic Brooke Henderson Pro V1 U.S. Women's Open Championship Brittany Lang Pro V1x RICOH Women's British Open Ariya Jutanugarn Pro V1x Canadian Pacific Women's Open Ariya Jutanugarn Pro V1x Manulife Financial LPGA Classic Caroline Masson Pro V1x Reignwood LPGA Classic In-Kyung Kim Pro V1 LPGA Taiwan Championship Ha Na Jang Pro V1 LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship Carlota Ciganda Pro V1x Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia Shanshan Feng Pro V1x TOTO Japan Classic Shanshan Feng Pro V1x Lorena Ochoa Invitational Carlota Ciganda Pro V1x CME Group Titleholders Charley Hull Pro V1x CHAMPIONS (23) Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai Duffy Waldorf Pro V1 Allianz Championship Esteban Toledo Pro V1x Chubb Classic Bernhard Langer Pro V1 Mitsubishi Electric Classic Woody Austin Pro V1x Tucson Conquistadores Classic Woody Austin Pro V1x Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf Woody Austin / Michael Allen Pro V1x Insperity Invitational Jaseper Parnevik Pro V1x Regions Tradition Bernhard Langer Pro V1 Senior PGA Championship Rocco Mediate Pro V1x Principal Charity Classic Scott McCarron Pro V1x Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS Championship Bernhard Langer Pro V1 American Family Insurance Championship Kirk Triplett Pro V1x DICK'S Sporting Goods Open Paul Goydos Pro V1 The Senior Open Championship Paul Broadhurst Pro V1x U.S. Senior Open Championship Gene Sauers Pro V1 Boeing Classic Bernhard Langer Pro V1 Shaw Charity Classic Carlos Franco Pro V1 Nature Valley First Tee Open Paul Broadhurst Pro V1x Toshiba Classic Jay Haas Pro V1 SAS Championship Doug Garwood Pro V1x PowerShares QQQ Championship Tom Pernice, Jr. Pro V1x Dominion Charity Classic Scott McCarron Pro V1 Charles Schwab Cup Championship Paul Goydos Pro V1 WEB.COM (14) Panama Claro Championship Ryan Armour Pro V1x Club Colombia Championship Sebastian Muñoz Pro V1x Brasil Champions Andrew Svoboda Pro V1x Servientrega Championship Brad Fritsch Pro V1 United Leasing Championship Seamus Power Pro V1x Rex Hospital Open Trey Mullinax Pro V1x BMW Charity Pro-Am Richy Werenski Pro V1x Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship Dominic Bozzelli Pro V1x Rust-Oleum Championship Max Homa Pro V1 Lincoln Land Charity Championship Martin Flores Pro V1x Utah Championship Nicholas Linheim Pro V1x Ellie Mae Classic Stephan Jaeger Pro V1 Price Cutter Charity Championship Mackenzie Hughes Pro V1x Albertsons Boise Open Michael Thompson Pro V1x JAPAN (10) SMBC Singapore Open Young Han Song Pro V1 Token Homemate Cup Kyung-Tae Kim Pro V1x The Crowns Kyung-Tae Kim Pro V1x Kansai Open Byung_Min Cho Pro V1x Gateway to the Open miz Open Kyung-Tae Kim Pro V1x ISPS Handa Global Cup Jun-Won Park Pro V1x Fujisankei Classic Min-Gyu Cho Pro V1x Asia Pacific Diamond Cup Shih-Chang Chan Pro V1x Bridgestone Open Winner Pro V1x Golf Nippon Series J.T. Cup Sang-Hyun Park Pro V1x ONEASIA (2) GS Caltex Maekyung Open Sang Hyun Park Pro V1 Kolon Korea Open Kyoung-Hoon Lee Pro V1x ASIAN (9) Bashundhara Bangladesh Open Thitiphun Chuayprakong Pro V1x Queen's Cup Scott Hend Pro V1x Yeangder TPC Carlos Pigem Pro V1x Mercuries Taiwan Masters Wei-chih Lu Pro V1x BNI Indonesian Masters Poom Saksansin Pro V1x Venetian Macau Open Winner Pro V1x Resorts World Manila Masters SSP Chawrasia Pro V1x Bank BRI-JCB Indonesian Open Gaganjeet Bhullar Pro V1x Panasonic Open India Mukesh Kumar Pro V1x SOUTH AFRICAN (8) Dimension Data Pro-Am George Coetzee Pro V1x Investec Cup Haydn Porteous Pro V1x Zambia Sugar Open Christofer Blomstrand Pro V1x Vodacom Wild Coast Madalitso Muthiya Pro V1 Sun City Challenge Oliver Bekker Pro V1x Vodacom Origins - Arabella Vaughn Groenewald Pro V1 Vodacom Origins - Simola Justin Harding Pro V1x Sun Sibaya Challenge Peter Karmis Pro V1x AUSTRALASIAN (12) Victorian Open Michael Long Pro V1x Victorian PGA Championship Ashley Hall Pro V1x New Zealand PGA Championship Brad Kennedy Pro V1x New Zealand Open Championship Matt Griffin Pro V1x Queensland PGA Championship David Klein Pro V1x Papua New Guinea Open Brad Moules Pro V1x Western Australia PGA Championship Stephen Dartnall Pro V1x Northern Territory PGA Championship Jordan Zunic Pro V1x South Pacific Open Adam Blyth Pro V1x Queensland Open Winner Pro V1x NSW Open Adam Blyth Pro V1x Emirates Australian Open Jordan Spieth Pro V1x prototype KOREAN (10) DongBu Insurance Promi Open JinHo Choi Pro V1x Maeil Dairies Open JoongKyung Mo Pro V1x SK Telecom SangHee Lee Pro V1x Nefs Heritage JinHo Choi Pro V1x Descente Korea Munsingwear Matchplay SangYeop Lee Pro V1x NS HomeShopping Jeonbuk Open Heung-Chol Joo Pro V1x Shinhan Donghae Open Gaganjeet Bhullar Pro V1x KJ Choi Invitational HeungChol Joo Pro V1x DGB Financial Group Daegu Gyeongbuk Open JungHo Yoon Pro V1x Caido Korea Tour Championship HyungJoon Lee Pro V1x PGA TOUR CHINA (11) St. Andrews Henan Open Zecheng Dou Pro V1x United Investment Real Estate Open Zecheng Dou Pro V1x Lanhai Open Rohan Blizard Pro V1x Nanjing Open Zecheng Dou Pro V1x png An Private Bank Wanda Open Taewoo Kim Pro V1x Yulongwan Yunnan Open Zecheng Dou Pro V1x PingAn Bank Championship Charlie Saxon Pro V1x Clearwater Bay Open Daniel Nisbet Pro V1x Putian Open Taewoo Kim Pro V1x Zhuhai Henqing Phoenix Tree Open Charlie Saxon Pro V1x Buick Open Huilin Zhang Pro V1x PGA TOUR LATINOAMÉRICA (11) Lexus Panama Classic Derek Rende Pro V1x OSDE del Centro Open Anthony Paolucci Pro V1x Honduras Open Sam Fidone Pro V1x Flor de Cana Open Augusto Nunez Pro V1x San Luis Championship Nathan Lashley Pro V1x Copa Diners Club International Nathan Lashley Pro V1x Brazil Open Jorge Fernandez-Valdes Pro V1x Colombia Classic Andres Echavarria Pro V1x Argentina Classic Samuel Del Val Pro V1x Open de Argentina Kent Bulle Pro V1x Shell Championship Nathan Lashley Pro V1x MACKENZIE TOUR - CANADA (10) Freedom 55 Financial Open Dan McCarthy Pro V1x Staal Foundation Open Taylor Moore Pro V1 x GolfBC Championship Dan McCarthy Pro V1x Dakota Dunes Open Max Rottluff Pro V1 The Players Cup Dan McCarthy Pro V1x Oil Country Championship Aaron Wise Pro V1x ATB Financial Charlie Bull Pro V1x National Capital Open Brock Mackenzie Pro V1x Capre Breton Open Dan McCarthy Pro V1x Niagra Championship David Pastore Pro V1x #TeamTitleist
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Playing in my first annual golf buddies Columbus Cup tournament get-away consisting of 16 golfers in Pawley's Island, South Carolina, I achieved my third hole-in-one. It was on the Par 3, 17th hole at River Club, in Pawley's Island, SC. My 3 playing partners watched me hit a high draw six iron to an ellevated green well protected by 2 large, deep front bunkers. The hole was cut in the front right quadrant of the green. None of us actually saw the ball go in the hole from the tee, but one member of the group who had already teed-off had a vantage point that enabled him to declare that he thought it went in. Reaching the green (knowing that there was only one other player in the group who hit the green,) when I saw only one ball on the green, I walked directly to the cup and saw my marked Pro V1 ball looking back at me from the bottom of the hole. The Titliest logo was positioned perfectly for reading and my trademark markings (a blue dot at each end of both logos) were perfectly visible. The sight would have been ideal for an advertisement. Unfortunately, none of us brought our cell phones onto the course, so a picture was not taken. This was my 3rd hole-in-one using a Titliest golf ball. By the way, I am originally from Massachusetts, and have been a long time user (over 30 years) of all products Titliest. My clubs, balls, gloves, shoes, hats and bags are all Titliest products. Thank you Titliest for great equipment and being a class company.
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If you've ever played golf on higher altitude courses like ones in Denver, Jackson Hole or Reno, you probably noticed that you were seeing some added distance to your game. And if you wanted to know the how and the why your golf ball seems to fly so far at high altitudes, we've got the answers. We called on one of our experts, Steven Aoyama , who is a Principal Scientist here in Titleist Golf Ball R&D to shed some light on this topic. Steve has conducted extensive research on the effects of altitude, temperature and humidity on golf ball performance and he was kind enough to share some findings with us. Steve Aoyama Golf Ball Flight at Altitude: Main Takeaways: The golf ball flies further in high altitudes mainly due to the change in air density, which decreases as elevation increases. Thinner air exerts less drag force on the ball. The ball moves more easily through the air and doesn't slow down as quickly as it flies, resulting in greater distance. The force of gravity also decreases the further we move away from the earth's center, but the change in force is too small to have any significant effect on the ball. You can calculate the distance gain you will experience (compared to sea level) by multiplying the elevation (in feet) by .00116. For example, if you're playing in Reno, at 1 mile elevation (5,280 ft.) the increase is about 6% (5,280 x .00116 = 6.1248). If you normally drive the ball 250 yards at sea level, you will likely drive it 265 yards in Reno. The golf ball does not spin any less at high elevation. However, because the air is less dense and imparts less force on the ball, the lift force is also lower. You'll see a flatter trajectory on your longer shots, a more shallow angle of descent and greater roll. Because the air is less dense at higher altitudes and imparts less force on the golf ball, the ball won't slice or hook as much. It will be harder to shape shots. The shorter the shot and the slower a ball moves through the air, the altitude will have a lesser effect on golf ball aerodynamics. This means, on short approaches and greenside shots, you don't have to adjust for elevation. • • • www.youtube.com/watch To learn more about golf ball aerodynamics, check out our video above — Learning to Fly: Dimples and Golf Ball Design . • • • Golf Ball Science: How Does Altitude Affect Golf Balls? It is commonly believed that golf balls fly farther at higher elevations, and there is a good reason for that: it's generally true. Various explanations for this have been asserted over the years, usually related to thin air or reduced gravity. The notion of reduced gravity at higher elevations is technically true, because the strength of gravity decreases with increased distance from the center of the Earth. When playing golf in Denver, for example, we are about a mile farther from the center of the Earth than we are when playing in Los Angeles. However, that results in only a tiny reduction in gravity. Even on the top of Mount Everest the gravity is only reduced by about 1/4 of one percent. There are greater variations (around 1/2 percent) due to factors such as latitude or local variations in the Earth's makeup, and nobody worries about that. Air density, on the other hand, can make a difference that is worth consideration. At higher elevations, the air is less dense ("thinner"). A golf ball (or an airplane, or a car, or anything else for that matter) has an easier time pushing through it. Thus, it doesn't slow down as quickly as it flies, resulting in greater distance. Since golf shots vary widely in their launch conditions (the initial speed, spin rate, and launch angle of the ball), the effect will vary greatly depending on the golfer and what club is being used. However, as a starting point, one can estimate the percentage distance increase (compared to sea level) by multiplying the elevation (in feet) by .00116. For example, at 5,000 ft elevation the increase is about 5,000 x .00116 = 5.8%. Thus, a golfer who drives the ball 250 yards in LA might see an increase of 14.5 yards (5.8% of 250) when playing in Denver (264.5 yards). The percent increase will be less for players with slower swing speeds and/or when hitting a shorter shot. But on a mid to long approach shot, that could still make a one club difference. Not to mention that you'll be about a club closer to the green as a result of the longer drive. Golf Ball Spin at High Altitudes It is also sometimes said that the ball spins less at higher elevations. This is false. The amount of spin generated on a given shot is the result of a complicated physical interaction among the club's properties, the ball's properties, and the golfer's swing properties. These aren't going to be directly affected by elevation. On the other hand, it's easy to see why many golfers believe that the ball spins less. Since the air is less dense at high altitudes, the spin has less effect on the ball's flight. The ball's spin generates a lifting force (like the wings of an airplane) as it moves through the air. The thinner the air, the smaller the lifting force. Thus, at higher elevations the trajectory is less influenced by lift, and thus has a "flatter" shape and a more glancing impact with the ground. This produces extra roll, which contributes to the increased distance but also makes it harder to hold the green, even though the spin is the same. The Effect of Altitude on Hooking and Slicing Hooking and slicing are reduced in severity due to altitude’s effect on the golf ball. A hook or slice is generated when the ball's spin axis is tilted and the lifting force pulls a little to the left or right (as a result of the golfer imparting some amount of sidespin to the ball) instead of straight up. Thus, instead of just holding the ball up against gravity, the lifting force also pulls to the side, creating the curved trajectory. If the lifting force is less due to lower air density, then the curvature will also be less. At 5,000 ft elevation, the air density is about 14% lower than at sea level, so the lifting force is also about 14% less and the hook or slice will curve about 14% less. It's easier to hit the ball straight, but it's harder to intentionally curve it. Short Shots at High Altitude Everything stated above becomes less important as shots get shorter. The shorter the shot, the slower it's moving through the air, and the less effect is felt from anything aerodynamic. Thus, on short approaches and especially on greenside shots, elevation is not something to worry about since it will not impact the golf ball’s distance. Thank for the insight, Steve! • • • Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on March 2, 2017. #TeamTitleist
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https://youtu.be/z9SLLgh0tzg At Titleist, our goal is to help all golfers play better and shoot lower scores. The golf ball, the only piece of equipment you use on every shot, is a critical factor in that equation. Recently, a group of Team Titleist members joined us to learn more about the Titleist approach to golf ball fitting. From the range to the course and from the green to the tee, these players joined our golf ball fitting experts to find the best golf balls for their games. As Team Titleist member Tyler V shared: “No matter where your game is at, if you’re close to a scratch golfer or someone that’s trying to get out and learn the game, I think it’s beneficial to know what type of golf ball suits your game the best. It’s going to deliver more consistent results and you can kind of just continue building off that.” Check out the scenes from this Titleist golf ball fitting event and hear what golfers like Tyler had to say about the Titleist golf ball fitting experience and the new Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls. #TeamTitleist
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Resending Story as you did not acknowledge receiving it: 3rd year in golf, yet sufficiently hooked to play in February in New Jersey with 2 buddies. 7th hole 180 yard par 3 and I went to an almost never used 3 wood because my regular clubs were on route from Florida. HIgh hopes and low expectations, but the ball sailed beautifully to the green and disappeared. Longest walk of my life as we scanned the green for that elusive projectile, Mystery solved! Steve Kuntz Greenbriar Golf Course, NJ Monroe, NJ Monday, February 27, 2017
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https://youtu.be/xy9AvWVhhVQ “At Titleist, we don’t want you to have a favorite club. We want you to have 14 favorite clubs, all built to your exact specifications.” - Josh Talge | Vice President, Titleist Golf Club Marketing In the Titleist Custom Club Department the standards are anything but industry standard. Experienced hands and proprietary machinery are what it takes to deliver on the promise of assembling clubs that are as close to perfect as possible. Join us in Carlsbad, California for a look inside Titleist Custom Club Operations. ••• And please check out our Titleist Golf Club Fitting section to learn more about our fitting philosophy and to find a fitting event near you . #TeamTitleist
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https://youtu.be/hcayzsEcHKY A lot of pride goes into manufacturing Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls. Since 2000, Titleist associates at our Ball Plant 3 facility in New Bedford, Massachusetts have made and continually improved the best performing balls in the game of golf. Seventeen years later, the same passion, dedication and exacting attention to detail continues. Throughout the development of the New Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls, Titleist Operations teams worked closely with Golf Ball R&D, bringing design and engineering improvements to life and ensuring that every New Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf ball that comes out of Ball Plant 3 delivers total performance for golfers. In the video above, join Dan Gendreau, Senior Director of Golf Ball Manufacturing at Titleist, as he tells the story of our company's Whaling City roots and details the manufacturing excellence behind the #1 ball in golf. Click here for more information on the New Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls. And if you'd like to visit Titleist Ball Plant 3 and learn all that goes into making the #1 ball in golf, book your own tour on our Titleist Golf Ball Experience page . #TeamTitleist
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My 4th hole in one since 1970s all with titleist golf BALLS
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I love titleist golf Ball I buy doz for em
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This was my 3rd Hole-In-One, but it ranks atop my list as my favorite by a landslide. I have been playing golf for 30 years and have played more 1,000 rounds of golf with my father, but this was the first time that I made an ace while playing with my father. Furthermore, the golf ball used was a custom "88" Pro-V1x with my daughter's and wife's names stamped on the ball in pink. It doesn't get any sweeter than that!!!
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1st on the tee, the 5th hole is a short Par 3 with a very small green. Slightly down breeze. I tee the ball up, a Titleist Pro V1 #2, with pink circles around the numbers "2" and a pink line along the pro v1 lettering. I lined up the pink line in the proper direction of the ball flight I'm "expecting" my ball to fly after contact. After striking the ball , my 1st delight is that it's airborne AND in the right direction. The trajectory is a little higher than normal. As it get halfway there, a man in my group says the proverbial "BE THE RIGHT STICK" as it heads right for the flag. As the ball descends toward the hole, another in the foursome says...."GET IN THE HOLE!! Within seconds, the ball hit the cup/flag making a loud rattle and stayed down until I was able to compose myself and go remove it :)).....along with a few pics !!
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My wife ordered me a dozen of Titleist Pro V1 golf balls for my first Father's Day. She customized them to say "Happy 1st Father's Day Love, Mia". I was playing a practice round with my partner for the upcoming member guest and decided to open a sleeve. On the 5th hole I hit a 5 iron. Ball hit and one hoped into the cup. It was a down hill (193 yards) par 3 so I was able to enjoy watching it go in. 1st one after 25 years of playing.
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Hit the ball with my 7 Iron 6 inches from the hole, and wow, rolled in!!! Great Day!!
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Made my 4th hole in one on #14 with my PV1 golf ball that I always play.
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Hole #3 playing 219 yards. 3wood into the wind bounces on to the green and uses the slope behind the pin to roll the ball into the hole
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Hole 17 Par 3 138 yds PW AP2 Hole In 1 Pro V1 Ball
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173 yard par 3 hit 6 iron ball hit green and rolled in.
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My first hole-in-one. It feels so awesome. Titleist balls are the best.
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Did you know that in 1935 Titleist became the first company to x-ray every golf ball to ensure that each met rigorous quality standards? That's right, our founder Phil Young spent three years to deliver a golf ball truly worthy of being called 'the best golf ball ever made'. As an avid golfer, it was a labor of love for Phil but when he was done with that first Titleist product, he knew he was taking golf ball development to a new place. One of the key process updates that Phil introduced was the step to x-ray every golf ball to ensure the cores were centered and consistent from ball-to-ball. He did this in 1935 and we still do this to this very day. (Left) Titleist print advertisement from the 1930s showing x-rays of Titleist golf ball cores compared to several competitor golf balls. (Right) Titleist golf ball cores today, ready for analysis in Golf Ball R&D. • • • Do you know why Phil Young first x-rayed a golf ball? Visit our History Page to hear the full story from our founder's son, Dick Young.
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Our State Mid-Amateur tournament was coming up and I was planning on just practicing at the range at my club one Sunday afternoon. My spouse and I decided to play instead. I was playing very well - one over par after 6 holes. On the par 3, hole #7, I took out my "hole in one ball" (my friends laugh when I tell them on every par 3 I make sure I use a Titleist ball in case I make a hole in one). I hit the shot fairly well, and watched it draw a bit and hit the green. I usually yell at the ball "Go In! Go In!" if I think it might be close, but that Sunday afternoon as I watched it track to the hole I just whispered "go in" and by golly it did!!!
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Olde Sycamore Golf Plantation my buddy and I decided to play even though the ground was frozen solid and the greens where tough it was a par 3 179 yrds back pin. Using titleist dci990s which where my grandfathers who used to be a custom fitter for titleist.
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My name is David McKinney and I am 16 years old. I started playing golf at the age of 13 and hit my first Hole-in-One on Wednesday July 26, 2017 during the Southern Ohio PGA (SOPGA) Junior Tour Championship at Beavercreek Golf Club, hole #6. The hole was playing 157 yards and I hit an 8-iron. I always play your Titleist Pro V1 balls. In fact, each year we order 4 dozen customized golf balls with my initials on the side of the ball (DEM) and #23 for the number. I play with the number 23 because I was born on the 23rd day of April 2001. In my bag, I play the Titleist 917D2 driver with the Diamana Blue 60 stiff shaft and recently bought the newest 3-metal and hybrid. On the greens, I putt with Scotty Cameron's Futura 5. I can't wait to hit my next Hole-in-One using Titleist Pro V1 golf balls! David McKinney
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Regular round of golf with friends, everybody else missed the green so I helped look for their balls before I went to the green. When we got to the green my ball wasn't sitting around the hole so we looked in the hole and there it was. Great day for golf at Far Oaks Golf Club.
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It was a cold January morning on the 12th hole at Clearview Queens Golf Course . I struck the ball with a 9 iron at the hole which was 135 yards away. Short of the green when the ball landed and bounced over the sand trap into the hole. My group of golfers and I did not see it going to the hole. We searched around the green and couldn't find the ball because it was in the hole. A hole in one.
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I was playing golf with my neighbor whis just starting to play. In the last year I had witnessed two hole-in-ones. I have been playing golf for 40 plus years and I have never gotten one. We were playing Hold #7n at Arizona Traditions and I teed off first and Steve said that he lost track of the ball and I told him it was going straight at the flag. We saw tha ball hit the green and then it disappeared. We were not sure if it went in or not. Steve walked up to the hole and looked down and said " It's in the hole. When I picked the ball out of the hole a couple was sitting on their patio and saw me hold the ball and they started to clap. I used a Titleist NXT ball and used a Tour Edge Geomax #6 Hybrid for the 159 yard hole.
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I play in a men's golf league on Thursday nights. I normally shoot around 43-46 for nine. After I made my hole in one, we played the par 5 ninth. I hit a poor drive, a nice lay-up shot and my third was in the middle of the green about 15 feet from the hole. When it was my turn to hit, I lined up the putt, stepped up to my ball, and was ready to hit. The only problem was that I never replaced my ball. I was standing over a putt with no ball, just my ball marker. Needless to say, I was a little worked up. I made the putt (with a ball) and finished my first round under par.
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went golfing with mr irvin dale we had a great day for golf when the ball went into the hole you would think he made it .said was the best burthday seeing me make this hole in one was has first hole in one with anybody so that made it great
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I was playing with a buddy who lives on the 7th hole at Indian Hills. We were a twosome. When we got to the tee there was a twosome ahead of us. They were looking for a ball in the woods and waved us through. Thankfully they were there to witness the hole in one as we were only a twosome.
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when im standing on the tee on my first shot, i take out my driver...when im on the fairway on my second shot, i take out my hybrid...when im 30 yard from the green on my third shot i take out my wedge...when im on the green on my fourth shot i take out my putter ... all my clubs change since my first shot...but what never change is my golf ball becaue my titleist give me the confidence to execute the shot i want ...thats why i prefer titleist golf balls more then other golf brand...
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Just got my 2nd hole in one on Saturday On both occasions I used a Titleist # 4 golf ball My friends advise to only use same golf ball number going forward
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144 yard hole 15 at Hunting Hawk golf course in Glen Allen Va 9 hybrid using a avx golf ball. First time out trying this new ball. Felt great on every hit
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This summer I decided to try several different golf ball brands after reading a recent study on golf balls. Titleist was my last brand to try as I was only trying the brands that had the highest ratings. While paying for a round of golf at Chastain Park Golf Course I mentioned to the clerk (now I know his name is Jeff K.) that I was "auditioning" golf balls and Titleist was on my list. Jeff went to his car and gave me two Titleist golf balls to try. However I decided to stick to my plan and try the ball I brought as it already had my favorite markings on it. Well the next day I went to Brown's Mill Golf Course and hit my first hole-in-one playing my first round with a Titleist (Pro V1X) golf ball ever! Yes unbelievable but literally my first round with Titleist!!
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I’ve had two holes-in-one at Crooked Stick Golf Club, in Carmel, Indiana, both with a Titleist 7-iron and Pro V-1 Number 8 golf ball. I now only use Pro V-1 Number 8 golf balls on par 3s at the Stick!
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For someone who smiles and laughs as much as he does, Justin Thomas would be the first to tell you that he doesn't take himself too seriously. JT probably gets this trait from his Dad and swing coach, Mike Thomas , who also enjoys a zinger or a good joke on the range, putting green or during practice rounds. So, it's fascinating to hear how serious the two are about his game, and his equipment. This balance of fun and grinding has been working for team Thomas: Justin recorded 7 top-10 finishes in his 2015 rookie campaign and broke though with his first PGA TOUR win at the 2016 CIMB Classic. He has won at least one tournament every year since, highlighted by his performance in 2017, a season in which he won five times, won the TOUR's FedExCup race and captured his first major title at the PGA Championship. He now has 11 PGA TOUR victories on his resume, his latest win coming just weeks ago in Korea, at The CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges. And ever since Mike first put a golf ball on a tee for Justin, that ball has been a Titleist. ••• Justin's First Full Golf Ball Fitting At the end of the 2018 season, Justin approached Fordie Pitts (Titleist Tour Consultant of Golf Ball Performance) and asked Fordie to help him plan a day of thorough golf ball testing. In short order, Fordie was on a plane and met Justin at The Bear's Club in Jupiter, Florida, where Fordie, Mike and Justin would put a number of Titleist Pro V1, Pro V1x and prototype models under the microscope. Visit our #ProvingIt pages for an inside glimpse at their evaluation. This type of testing was something that Justin had never done before. Up until then he had taken a somewhat casual approach to choosing his golf ball. Team Titleist had a chance recently to sit down with Justin and he explained: TEAM TITLEIST: What prompted the day of testing that Fordie took you through before the 2019 season? JUSTIN THOMAS: Before Fordie came down to Jupiter, I hadn't really spent good quality time doing a ball testing. Every time a new ball comes out, Fordie will come up to me and he'll give me three or four balls. And I'll typically just go out and mess with them, try them out. But I wanted to address some parts in my game that could improve and so we looked at everything – the chipping and putting and irons and driver, every asset of the game. We just kind of went through one by one and and I was hitting different shots and trying to hit different trajectories and different spins and ball flights, everything we could think of. TT: Where were you hoping to see improvement in your game? JT: I was looking just to try to get a little bit more spin. With my longer irons, kind of 6- iron and up, sometimes my ball flight can get a little flat and shots won't hold the greens quite as well. And obviously more spin around the greens is good, too, just to have different shots and a little bit more versatility. So for me, I felt like if I could add a little bit more spin to my game, I could definitely benefit. TT: Heading into your fitting with Fordie you were playing a Pro V1x model. What did you learn from your testing? JT: Fordie had told me that he had a new Pro V1 prototype that launched a little higher and spun more than the 2017 Pro V1, so I think we were both curious to see how that model would perform for me. As it turned out, the ball was great. My distance control was great right away, which was most important, obviously. In switching, you need to be able to have the control to hit the ball the distance that you want with the spin that you want. And I definitely saw a little bit more height in my irons, which is something I started looking at through that ball fitting process. The peak height of my long irons, they were kind of getting down into the high 70's (peak height in feet) and low 80's. They needed to be in the mid- to high-80's or even the 90's with those long irons for me to be able to hold the greens. And that's something that I was starting to see with the new Pro V1. And I definitely had a little bit more spin around the greens. TT: When you're looking at peak height, is that something you want to be consistent throughout your set? JT: Yeah, so that's something I learned with Fordie. I want to say everything from a 9-iron or 8-iron and above should all have around the same peak height, which was was kind of mind blowing to me. I never thought that that would be true. But going through the bag, pretty much everything should be around 100 feet for me. Obviously some of those drives when I try to hit them high and hard, I'm going to get 140, 150. But my stock iron shots should kind of fall in that 90 to 110 range. With the 4- and 5-iron, 6-iron, if it's not getting high enough, then I know I'm probably not going to be holding greens as well. ••• The Most Important Aspects of Golf Ball Performance TT: You mentioned distance control and how that has to be really reliable. Is that the biggest consideration for you? Or are you looking at dispersion, or maybe trajectory, a window that you're hitting through? JT: When you hit the shot and you look up, it definitley needs to be in a certain window, at least for me. So that's the first thing I look at. And then after that you need to be able to control your distance. You can't compete out here unless you can control your distance and leave the ball in the right place on the greens. That's how you're going to hit the ball close to the hole and make a lot of birdies. And that's something that I've always done really well in my game. So anytime I switch irons, switch balls, anything, I need to be able to control my distance. TT: Is there a go-to shot that you need to rely on and did you look at that during testing? JT: One shot that I hit a lot off the tee, I tee it really low with the driver and I kind of hit like a little squeeze fade out there. So for me, I need to be able to see that ball just fade a little bit. I've never hit – and I'm not just saying this – but I've never hit a Titleist ball that does anything weird. It's not like I hit a low cut with one ball and then I hit it a low cut with a different kind of Titleist ball and it draws or it falls out of the sky, you know what I mean? So they all perform very well. It's more how long the ball stays in the air. If it has a little bit of spin to it, if it maybe doesn't have as much spin to it. TT: We saw from the videos that you spent time on the practice grounds as well as out on the golf course. Was it important to do both? JT: I think for me going out and playing is actually the biggest part of testing. And in competition, sometimes it takes a couple of events to be like, okay, this is a good change. You can go hit balls all you want on the range or go chip as long as you want, but you need to get out on the golf course because you'll have holes that go different directions. You're going to have different wind directions. You have to hit different clubs, you need to play different shots – hitting it high and low, left to right, right to left. You need to go out on the golf course and test it. If you think about it, when you're on the range and you see how a ball is flying out there, and suppose you have a 20 mile an hour wind off the right. After about probably four or five balls, you're not going to let that ball turn left anymore. You're going to do something. It's just anybody's human nature and the mind is going to react to that. Whereas, when you're on the golf course and you're hitting a different shot every time, you're not going to have that luxury of being able to get into a rhythm. So you're going to really see how the ball performs each and every time. ••• The Results of Justin's Golf Ball Testing TT: Fordie told us that both Pro V1 and Pro V1x performed well for you. After your testing, you tried Pro V1 for several events, but ultimately you made a switch to Pro V1x. What went into that decision? JT: Yeah, I think a lot of it for me, which I learned through that process was it needs to feel right around the greens. I need to be able to chip with it and I need to like the sound it makes, the feel it produces. And I need to like the feel when I putt, as well. The Pro V1 was a great ball. I drove it probably the best I've driven it since I've been on tour. That little bit more spin was big for my driver. And kind of narrowing that window that I was hitting it in. But the Pro V1 felt soft to me. And with a softer ball, I felt like maybe I need to putt it harder. It's weird but it's just kind of how the mind works. My speed wasn't very consistent with putting. And that was something I struggled with. And looking back at it, it was like, 'okay, this ball is great, but because of the sound around the greens and putting it's not right for me'. I like that click when I chip and putt, just the way you can hear it a little bit. So Pro V1x turned out to be the better all-around choice for my game. ••• Advice for Amateurs on Golf Ball Testing TT: So now that you've gone through a full golf ball testing, what advice can you pass along to amateur players who are trying to find the right ball for their games? JT: I think ball fitting is just as important as club fitting. What I always tell people is the ball is the only club in your bag that you have to hit on every single shot. You can't get away from that. If I were to guess, most amateurs use something that doesn't spin enough. They're not going to hit as many greens as we do and they're going to need to chip a lot more. So I think a ball that they can maneuver a little bit more or have the ability to hit more shots around the greens would be a big help. TT: You recently attended a tour of our Ball Plant 3 facility. Did that change the way you think about your golf ball? JT: I had all the faith in the world already, but after going to the ball plant earlier this year and watching the process, I think I somehow gained even more respect for the ball. It's not like I would hit a shot and be like, 'there's something wrong with this ball'. But if somehow that thought would ever creep into my head, it definitely won't now because the process to make the Pro V1 and Pro V1x is out of this world. So much time and effort and just little details go into making just one single golf ball, let alone every single golf ball they make. There's so many little things that the ball has to do well, that you need it to perform to play well one round or even one hole, let alone four days. Yeah, I'm glad I get to use my Titleist ball every week. ••• Congratulations on your 11th win, Justin, and thanks very much for sharing your golf ball insights! #TeamTitleist
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Over the 40 years i have played this game the Titleist ProV1x has been the best ball that has improved this game we call golf more than anything i have used.
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It was the fourth hole at Duke university golf club. I had 159 yards to the pin, playing a few yards uphill. I pured a flighted down 7 iron and it never left the flagstick.
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https://youtu.be/nu7SRut45fE Join Golf Channel’s Matt Adams as he visits with Titleist Golf Ball Fitting Manager Michael Rich to discuss our approach to golf ball fitting and see why it's so important for every player, regardless of playing ability, to get fit. Watch as Michael works with some Team Titleist members to take them through our green-to-tee fitting process and helps them zero in on the best golf ball model for their games. And don’t forget to check out our golf ball fitting section for even more great content and information on how you can start the fitting process. #TeamTitleist
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I have played Titleist golf balls for over 20 years. Currently I am playing the Titleist Velocity golf balls which I love! Today, I got a hole-in-one at the Golf Club at Dove Mountain in Marana, AZ playing my favorite green Velocity golf ball! It was my birthday yesterday and the golf god were shining on me today!
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ive been playing since 2005.. i used to have 5 irons 1 wood and and old driver..my clubs were just awful and untrustful...but something that i had in my bag are my titleist golf balls...and i trust my titleist golf balls so much that i still using them..and those clubs ..i gave it to the USGA museum..
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I was playing in a golf outing at The Brooks Club in Lake Okoboji, IA on July 31st. We were playing the seventh hole. It was windy and raining when I teed up my Pro V1x and hit a flush 7 iron. The ball started left of the pin and the left-to-right wind moved the ball towards the pin, took one bounce, and disappeared. The group in front informed us it went in the hole with a scream. This was my 5th hole-in-one in my golf career ,all of which with Titleist Golfballs.
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I have been playing golf for 30+ years and never had a hole in one until yesterday (10/20/2012). I used 9-iron on par 3 hole (135 yards) with my Titleist Pro V1 golf ball. I obviously had others brand name golf balls in my golf bag, but those are not the high spin balls. In fact, Pro V1 balls are the only high spin golf balls I carry in my bag. Lately, I have only been using high spin golf balls (Pro V1) even though they are more expensive than regular non-high spin golf ball nd I got a hole in one. It will really be hard to go back to any other golf balls.... I love the soft feel and the spin action I get with my pitching shots. My golf partners are really noticing the spin action i get with my pitch shots. I tell them it is the combination of my Titleist Vokey square groove wedge and Pro V1 golf ball. The combination creates some remarkable results for me. Mike K.
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Went to say goodbye to my golfing buddy of 20 years and had my 1st hole in one with the #1 ball in golf PROV1 #3. Thanks Tom
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I've been playing golf for 60 years....I just starting using Titlleist Pro V ! golf balls and voila....a hole-in-one!!!
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I made my first hole in one on the 17th hole of the Pinewild Holly Golf Course. I used a titlest golf ball.
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on hole 6 at hidden creek golf course in Midwest City, Ok. on 9/22/2016 136 yards my Titleist golf ball went in the hole!
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I got a hole-in-one on the same hole 5 weeks earlier. This was my third hole in one on this golf course. All with a Titleist golf ball.
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This is the Story of how I got started in Golf way back in 1964. I have learned a lot since these beginning "errors" but in retrospect they are funny. I am continuing to add to the days presented and hope I can publish a book which may save other Golfers the embarrassment of my early daze. I first started playing golf back in 1964 while a 2nd semester freshman at NTSU (now UNT) in Denton, Texas. One of my roommates (Mike) was a golfer and he told me about golf and showed me how to swing a golf club. I should have seen and understood the “Hand Writing On the Wall” because my first experience with golf (apart from hitting golf balls into a carpet hung over a clothesline in the backyard of our rental house) was a night that I will never forget. On a dark early spring night, Mike, Jerry, and I went over to the lake next to the #1 hole at the UNT Golf Course. Mike told us about how many golf balls we could find by just feeling the bottom of the lake with our feet. It sounded like a good idea since our golf balls at the house were getting very beat up. As I was feeling around the bottom of the lake, I found about a dozen golf balls and the pockets of my blue jeans were getting full. Mike and Jerry were having similar success with finding golf balls, so Mike suggested that we swim out to deeper water and dive down and feel with our hands for golf balls. We went heads down for about 15 minutes and I found another 10 golf balls. I was getting tired so I told Mike, let’s leave we have plenty of golf balls. Mike and Jerry agreed, so we waddled back to our rent house at 2pm with our pockets loaded with golf balls. When we got back to our house, we unloaded our pockets and took turns washing and drying the golf balls. As everyone finished and we all sat down at the kitchen table to examine our golf balls. About 10 of the 31 golf balls that I had found that were “like new” and a lot that were either cut, bruised or just plain ugly with XXX on them. I had 2 that were Sam Snead Blue Ridge balls and 2 that had Ben Hogan’s name on them. I had 4 really good balls with the word “Titleist” on them. Mike offered to swap me 8 of his Sam Snead, Ben Hogan, and Arnold Palmer balls for of my 4 Titleists. I thought was a good deal so we swapped. Mike also swapped golf balls with Jerry and got even more Titleists. As we retired to our separate bedrooms, I dreamed of hitting great shots with my new found golf balls. During spring break from NTSU, I returned to my home town of Irving, Texas (about 30 miles South of Denton). I went to a local pawn shop and found a set of Sam Snead golf clubs in a plaid bag. I asked the owner of the Pawn Shop how much were the golf clubs? He told me that that set was $100. This was just too much money for me to spend on golf clubs since I already had a 5 iron and an 8 iron that hit the golf ball fine. The $100 set had 2 “woods” (a Driver and a 3 wood) along with 3, 5, 7, 9 Irons and a Putter. As I was “hooked” on golf, I just had to have the “matched set” of Sam Snead Blue Ridge golf clubs. I asked the owner of the pawn shop if he would consider taking something in on trade and thus reduce the price of the golf clubs. He said that he would look at what I had to trade. I went to my car and returned with a “like new” tape recorder that I had paid $60 for so that I could tape my class in French. I had studied French in High School and thought that the college French would be easy. I was so wrong; it was like I was learning the language all over again. I had dropped the French class after 2 weeks and thus had a tape recorder that was just useless to me. After leaving the Pawn Shop with my new set of Golf Clubs I was only $50 lighter in the wallet. My next step in becoming a Complete Golfer was to acquire a Golf Glove. I went to a local sporting goods store and an employee pointed to where the Golf Gloves were merchandised. I could not find a glove that would fit my Right Hand since I was a Right Handed Golfer. I called for an employee to help me and an older man came over and helped me find a Right Hand Golf Glove that fit very well. I told him that I had just bought a set of Sam Snead Blue Ridge Golf Clubs at the pawn shop down the street. He asked me how much I had paid? I told him $50 and that was after trading in my “like new” $60 tape recorder. He laughed and told me that I had gotten ripped off since K-Mart sold the same set for $29.97. OK, so I got ripped off, the prospect of returning the clubs was not even considered since I wanted to go out and hit some golf balls that afternoon. The older man sold me a dozen “practice golf balls” which were Whiffle Balls and could be used inside or outside since they were plastic and would only go about 30 feet if hit solid. As he checked me out, he said Good Luck with your golf – it’s a Great Game. I went to Wolf Lake Park near Irving and spent 2 hours hitting my Whiffle Balls. I then went to a local Municipal Golf Course and spent another 2 hours chipping and putting at their Practice Green. A golf shop employee came out to the practice area and asked me if I was just going to “practice” or play golf? I told him that I would be back tomorrow to play a “Round of Golf”. He said OK for this time but next time I would have to pay $2 for the use of the practice green. I did not like the employee’s attitude so the next day I went to the Tennison Golf Complex in Dallas. Tennison had two 18 hole Golf Courses and I paid a “Greens Fee” of $4 to play the West Course since it was easier and the local “Players” played the East Course. Since I had never hit a Driver, I changed to the 3 Wood after 2 holes so that I could find my golf ball after “slicing” balls into the woods on the first 4 holes and only finding 2 of my golf balls. The 3 Wood worked much better and on several of the remaining 5 holes on the “Front 9″, I had 20 to 30 feet putts for Par. There was a group of 4 golfers that came up behind me and on several occasions they yelled 4 as I was putting for Par on the Par 4 holes. I figured that they were seeking to encourage me to make the putt. With 2 holes to play on the front nine, a golf shop employee came out in a golf cart and informed me that I was supposed to stop play and stand aside as the group of 4 “played through”. That was no problem for me since I wanted to yell at them if any of them had a putt for 4. As the “four-some” played through, one of the men told me to get a Rules Book and learn the Rules of Golf. As I watched the four-some hit their 2nd shots to the green, 2 of the men hit the green in “Regulation”. When the group was finally on the green all of them had putts for Par or better. I yelled 4 at them from the fairway. One of the golfers made a putt for birdie while the others made bogey 5. The four-some waved me up to the green as they stepped aside to write down their scores and exchange money. When I got to the green, I had a 25 foot putt for a Par 4 and one of the men in the four-some yelled 4 at me. I turned and said “Thanks”. I missed the putt and the next 3 for a total of 7 on the Par 4 hole. As I left the green, one of the golfers asked me if this was my first time on a golf course? I said yes and that I had been practicing with Whiffle Balls at the Wolf Lakes Park near Irving. The golfer then told me again to get a Rules Book and not to come back to the Tennison Golf Complex until I could shoot “Bogey Golf” at the worst. I agreed that I needed much more practice before I would be a “Complete Golfer”. As the four-some headed to the next tee, I asked them about the money that I saw them exchange as I was playing “up to the green”. One of the golfers said that I would find out that the thrill of winning money was just about as much fun as hitting a shot “on the screws”. I finished playing the front 9 with a score of 65 which was 29 strokes over on a Par rating of 36. I then said to myself that I would not come back to Tennison until I could shoot Bogey Golf which would be a score of 45 on the front nine of the West Course. During the remaining days of that 2nd semester at NTSU, I usually spent 2-3 hours each day hitting golf balls at the “Range” at the NTSU Golf Course. I worked on my putting skills each day on the putting green and on the carpet in the living room at the house where I lived. Mike told me that I had gotten the “Golf Bug” and that there was no cure for the disease. My grades that 2nd semester were above average and I was able to get off “Scholastic Probation” and thus I was able to avoid the Draft for the Vietnam War. During the Summer Break from NTSU, I spent many hours practicing with my Whiffle Balls and putting with what was left of my “lake” golf balls, I played the front nine at the NTSU course for free since I was a student at NTSU. My average score near the end of summer was below 50 on the front nine and one time I made a “Hole in One” on the Number 3 hole, a Par 3 of 165 yards and downhill from the tee with the #1 hole lake on the left. I used my 3 wood and the ball hit off the hill to the left of the green which bounced right and rolled into the hole. As I rushed toward the green, I noticed a man fishing near the #3 hole and told him that I had just made a Hole-In-One. He asked what club I had used. He laughed when I said a 3 Wood, he then said that a 3 Wood was a little too much and to try a 7 iron next time. His statement confused me since my maximum distance with a 7 iron was 100 yards. I guess that a 7 iron might work since the green was downhill from the tee and I really did not hit the 3 Wood “on the screws”. With the fall semester at NTSU approaching, I decided that I would go back to the Tennison Golf Complex and play the East Course. This is where all the “Players” played and I believed that I was now a “Player” after spending the entire Summer devoted to golf. I practiced every chance I got, I read books. I read Ben Hogan’s book, “Ben Hogan’s Five Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf”. Since Ben did not wear a golf glove, I figured that armed with Ben’s teaching and a glove for my right hand – I was now a Complete Golfer and ready for Tennison East (where all the “Players” played golf). I had purchased a dozen Sam Snead golf balls for $4 and had bought a pair of Hush Puppy golf shoes with spikes for $14.95. I was hooked on GOLF and the “Golf Bug” was about to take its first toll at Tennison East. January 24, 2015 9:39am. The rest of the story to be posted soon. Thanks for your interest, Ed
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I was given two sleeves of HP tour Titleist golf balls from my brother-in-law who no longer plays golf so I told him thank you and that I was going to make a hole-in-one with one of these balls. Remarkably the first time I used one of these balls I did make a hole in one on the very first par 3. I'm not sure how old these balls are but they proved to be The number one ball in golf for me ! This is my second hole in one using Titleist golf balls. I normally use the Pro V 1's! Thank you Titleist for this outstanding achievement !
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9th hole 195 yards hit a Calloway Xr 4 Iron - Ball used was a Titleist Pro - V1- the best ball in Golf.
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Hit a nice crisp 6 iron into the wind. The Titleist golf ball landed on the green about 3 feet from the pin. The ball rolled right into the hole.
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This was my 17th Ace using a Titleist Ball. What more can I say about the most perfect golf ball ever made!
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Heatherwoode Golf club 7iron 164 Been playing 15 yrs and it was my first ever, what a rush!! Got it with my brand new AP3 irons custom fitted. Hit the ball so much straighter these days. Love these irons!!
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Leisurely round of golf with customers, including one first time ever golfer. 17th hole...204 yard par 3, persimmon wood. Ball never left the flag, hit on the front side of the green, ran up and into the hole. We weren't sure...until we made our way up to the green
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So there I was, and average golfer. Stepped up to the tee box on the par 3 4th in correctionville iowa. I hit a solid pw that I thought would be too long, but to my surprize the divot was 5" past the hole. The ball took one hope back and drained right into the cup. It was the coolest thing I've ever done. Then to make things even better. 5 holes later durring the same round one the par 3 9th hole. I hit a 9 iron to the green and durring the ball flight I thought i had done it again. The divot on that hole was 6" in front of the hole and the ball spun back 2 ft. I love prov1 balls. Great control and spin. only i wish the last shot would have hoped forward not back. But thats just beeing greedy
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