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Titleist – the longest running success story in golf

8.29am 19th December 2007 - Corporate

In 2007 Titleist was once again the #1 ball for more players and more champions across the worldwide professional golf tours. In fact, 2007 saw Titleist golf ball players achieve another impressive tally of 169 victories. Since the introduction of the Pro V1 in 2000, it has been the golf ball of choice for more than 1,000 champions worldwide.

Titleist players registered impressive results across all major golf tours including;
• Five times more victories on the 2007 PGA European Tour than its nearest rival, including British Open champion Padraig Harrington (Pro V1x) (Titleist 30, nearest competitor 6)
• More than half of the top 50 money winners on the 2007 PGA TOUR, including Masters champion Zach Johnson (Pro V1x) and U.S. Open champion Angel Cabrera (Pro V1x)
• More than five times as many wins than the nearest competitor on the Champions Tour (Titleist 21, nearest competitor 4).
• Combined, Titleist golf ball players earned more than five times more money than the nearest competitor: Titleist: $342,203,366. nearest competitor: $58,254,727.

Titleist players also had more wins than all other golf balls combined on the LPGA (16) and Nationwide (19) Tours, and accumulated another 60 wins across the Asian, Australasian, Canadian, Japan and South African circuits. In terms of overall usage Titleist golf balls were the choice of more than eight times as many players as the nearest competitor: Titleist: 20,742. nearest competitor: 2,521.



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