Titleist continues major dominance

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• More players will play a Titleist ball at the US Open than any other
• 67th consecutive year the brand has topped the event's ball count
• Limited edition '67' numbered golf balls released

Titleist | No.1 ball in golf

Titleist is marking its record as being the No.1 ball at the US Open for the 67th consecutive year by releasing a number of limited edition Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls.


Each of those limited edition golf balls will feature a ‘67’ play number and will come in unique anniversary packaging.

Titleist first celebrated its position as the No.1 ball at the major championship in 1949 when it was held at Medinah Country Club and was won by Cary Middlecoff. This year, the world’s best players will tee it up at Chambers Bay for the first time and it will be the 67th time in a row that Titleist has been the most used ball at the championship.

The count at the US Open continues the overwhelming success of Titleist golf balls at major championships, having been the No.1 ball of choice at each of the four majors in 2014.

Titleist Pro V1x

Since the start of the year, Titleist golf balls have dominated the counts across worldwide professional tours, with over 8,559 players teeing it up with a Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf ball, more than five times the nearest competitor.

Limited edition Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x availability


These limited edition balls are available in selected Titleist accounts across the UK, so contact your local Titleist stockist or visit titleist.co.uk for more information.

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