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Back to back wins for Adam Scott with Titleist

March 8, 2016

Full line Titleist player Adam Scott (Pro V1) made it two wins from two on the Florida swing with a one shot victory at the WGC-Cadillac Championship. Scott finished with a three-under par 69 en route to a 12-under, 276 victory total, to finish one shot ahead of Titleist Pro V1x loyalist Bubba Watson to complete a Titleist 1-2 at the event. Scott was joined in the winners' circle by two further players trusting Titleist golf balls on the LPGA Tour and Australasia Tour respectively.

Scott continued the impressive form which saw him take victory at the Honda Classic last week. He trusted Titleist equipment from tee-to-green to claim his second career WGC title and 28 th worldwide win, including a Pro V1 golf ball, 915D2 driver, 915F fairway metal, 716 T-MB utility iron, MB 680 irons, Vokey Design SM6 pitching, sand and lob wedges, as well as a Scotty Cameron experimental prototype putter.

As well as topping the leaderboard, the Australian once again utilised his Titleist equipment to finish amongst the statistical leaders in the field, finishing in the top 10 for Greens in Regulation (3 rd ) and Putts per Green in Regulation (10 th ). Scott also trusted Titleist to lead the field in Birdies (22), as well as averaging over 300 yards off the tee to propel himself to the top of the FedExCup standings and sixth place in the Official World Golf Rankings.

As well as being the choice of the champion, Titleist also dominated the equipment counts for the limited field as the overwhelming choice for golf balls, drivers, hybrids, iron sets, wedges and putters at the tournament. So far in 2016, there are now 3,794 players across worldwide professional tours that have chosen to tee it up with a Titleist golf ball, more than six times the nearest competitor with 626.

Elsewhere, on the LPGA Tour, Titleist Pro V1 loyalist Ha Na Jang, continued her blistering form to take a four stroke victory at the HSBC Women's Championship. The 23-year old finished with a final round 65 en route to a 19-under par, 269 victory total, to secure her second win in the last four events. There was further success for Titleist Brand Ambassador Brad Kennedy on the Australasia Tour at the New Zealand PGA Championship, where he trusted a full bag of Titleist equipment to finish on a 22-under par victory total, two shots clear of fellow Pro V1x loyalists Neven Basic (Pro V1x) and Josh Geary (Pro V1x).

This impressive brace of wins for Adam Scott, trusting Titleist equipment from tee-to-green, coupled with two further wins for Titleist golf balls across worldwide tours, continues to prove that the world's best golfers trust the superior performance of Titleist for their success.

What's in their Titleist golf bag – Adam Scott:

Titleist Pro V1 golf ball, 915D2 (9.5*) driver, 915F (16.5*) fairway metal, 716 T-MB (3) utility iron, MB 680 (3-9) irons, Vokey Design SM6 pitching (48*), sand (54*) and lob (60*) wedges, Scotty Cameron experimental prototype putter.

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