Titleist Pro V1 secures 2,013th victory

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It has been 13 years since Titleist first launched the original Pro V1 and it has been the exact same length of time since it first entered the winners' circle at the Invensys Classic on the PGA Tour, so to hear that Henrik Stenson's win in the final event of the FedExCup marked their 2,013th win for the Pro V1 franchise, is quite incredible.

When 47 players put the Pro V1 into play in October 2000, it was the largest pluralistic switch of equipment at one event in golf history. Since then, over 266,000 players across worldwide professional tours have put their trust in the Pro V1 accumulating 2,013 wins in the process.

Within four years, a player using a Pro V1 had tasted success in each of the four major championships as they completed what was labelled as the 'Brand Slam'.

Away from the professional ranks, the Pro V1 has also impacted on the biggest club professional and amateur events in the world, with the 2013 British Amateur, British Boys Amateur and U.S. Amateur counts all being dominated by the Pro V1 and Pro V1x.

The seventh generation of the Pro V1 (and sixth of Pro V1x) was launched in January this year and with major success at The Masters in the hands of Adam Scott, the USPGA Championship with Jason Dufner, as well as Henrik Stenson capturing golf's richest prize, the Titleist Pro V1 success story is perfectly placed to continue.

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