Titleist the Masters ball of choice

2015 04 Titleist  The 1 Ball At The Masters

The new Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x balls will be the overwhelming choice for golfers at this year’s Masters with Augusta National demanding precision and complete control.

So far this year, 5,174 players have chosen to tee it up with a Titleist golf ball, more than six times that of the nearest competitor with 777, with that pattern likely to continue at the first major of the year.

Each of the Titleist golf ball loyalists in the field this week will be looking to emulate the success of Pro V1x loyalist Bubba Watson, Masters Champion for two of the last three years, and Titleist brand ambassador Adam Scott, who won at the tournament in 2013.

That continues the success stories of Titleist golf balls at major championships, as they once again completed a clean sweep as the No.1 choice at each of the four majors in 2014, including the 66th consecutive year that Titleist had been the golf ball of choice for the field at the U.S. Open. It was a similar story at The Open Championship, where Titleist continued its record as the most trusted golf ball for the field since records began.

Titleist has already recorded an impressive 35 wins across worldwide professional tours in 2015, over three time the nearest competitor with 11. This has included notable wins for Titleist brand ambassadors Jordan Spieth, Jimmy Walker and Brooks Koepka, all of who will be using the new Pro V1x this week.

Throughout the week, exclusive Masters content will be available through the dedicated Masters microsite on the Titleist website.

Further unique content and competitions from the Titleist team will also be posted across Team Titleist and social media channels during the tournament. Follow @TitleistEurope on Twitter and ‘Titleist UK & Ireland’ on Facebook for more information.

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