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Donaldson leads seven win weekend for Titleist

August 26, 2014

Pro V1x loyalist Jamie Donaldson claimed the third European Tour title of his career this weekend with a two shot victory at the D+D Real Czech Masters. The Welshman closed with a final round of 68 to post a 14-under par, 274 victory total, and secure his place in this year’s European Ryder Cup team at Gleneagles. Donaldson was joined in the winners’ circle by fellow Pro V1x loyalist Hunter Mahan, who claimed victory at the first of this year’s FedEx Cup playoff events, The Barclays. The American closed with a final round of 65 en route to a 14-under par, 270 leading total, and a two-shot win. Both players were joined in the winners’ circle this weekend by five further Titleist golf ball loyalists, who claimed victories across the LPGA Tour, Tour, Champions Tour, Canadian Tour, and Korea Tour respectively.

Jamie Donaldson with the Czech Masters Trophy

At the Albatross Golf Resort, Jamie Donaldson finished clear of two players in second place, including fellow Pro V1x golf ball loyalist Bradley Dredge, who finished runner-up for the second consecutive week. As well as being the choice of the champion at the event, Titleist golf balls were also the overwhelming choice of the field, with 112 of the 156 players trusting the superior performance of a Pro V1 or Pro V1x, more than five times the nearest competitor with 21.

At The Barclays, Hunter Mahan finished two strokes clear of three players tied for second place, including Titleist Brand Ambassador Cameron Tringale (Pro V1x), who sealed the highest finish of his PGA Tour career. Titleist was also the top golf ball of choice at Ridgewood Country Club with 70 players, more than four times the nearest competitor with 15. Titleist also led the equipment counts for irons and wedges at the tournament.

Elsewhere, on the LPGA Tour, Titleist Pro V1 loyalist SoYeon Ryu fired a first round course record of 63 to lead a wire-to-wire victory at the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open with a 23-under par victory total. On the Tour, Carlos Ortiz earned his third Tour title of the season and a place on the PGA Tour with a one shot win at the WinCo Foods Portland Open. Ortiz posted opening rounds of 66 and 63 en route to a 14-under par, 270 winning total.

On the Champions Tour, Pro V1 golf ball loyalist Scott Dunlap sealed his first victory on the Tour with birdie at the first hole of a sudden death playoff to win the Boeing Classic. Dunlap finished on a 16-under par leading total for the three round tournament to join one further player atop the leaderboard. On the PGA Tour Canada, Pro V1x loyalist David Bradshaw birdied the final hole at The Great Waterway Classic to claim his maiden Tour title. Bradshaw fired a final round 67 to post a 21-under total, one shot clear of two players, including fellow Pro V1x loyalist Tommy Cocha. On the Korea Tour, Titleist Brand Ambassador SangHyun Park (Pro V1) closed with a final round 67 to win the Vanier Championship by one shot over Titleist Pro V1x loyalist DongSeop Maeng.

A third career European Tour victory for Pro V1x loyalist Jamie Donaldson to secure his place in this year’s European Ryder Cup team, alongside further victories for Hunter Mahan and other Titleist golf ball loyalists across worldwide professional tours, continues to prove that the world’s best players trust the superior performance, quality and consistency of Titleist to deliver success.



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