If you’re looking to deliver a little extra cheer to your favorite golfer this holiday season, don’t take any chances and give the #1 gift in golf - Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf balls.

It’s an easy way to keep the bogeys off your gift giving scorecard this year and when you purchase a dozen Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf balls, ask about a special offer from Titleist.

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The #1 ball in golf is also the #1 gift in golf, especially when it comes with a personal touch. And this year, Titleist will again be bringing holiday smiles to golfers and gift givers alike by offering free personalization on every Titleist golf ball dozen, now through the end of the year.

From Nov. 1 to Dec. 31, 2014, personalization charges will be waived on all orders of Titleist Pro V1, Pro V1x, NXT Tour, NXT Tour S, Velocity and DT SoLo golf balls. Free personalization is also available on custom orders of Pro V1 and Pro V1x, the world’s best selling and most trusted golf balls, with double-digit play numbers (00 and 10-99).

Personalization includes up to three lines of block text (17 characters per line) imprinted on each golf ball in black, blue, green, red or pink ink. Popular choices include names, nicknames, initials, holiday greetings, congratulations and inspirational messages. Twitter usernames (i.e., @TitleistCA) and hashtags (i.e., #TeamTitleist) are also growing in popularity.

On Pro V1 and Pro V1x models, the combination of a single- or double-digit play number (1-9, 00 and 10-99) with personalization is often used to commemorate a holiday, birthday, anniversary or other significant date or event. Lucky or favorite numbers and athlete jersey numbers are also popular options.

Individual numbers are also available on NXT Tour and NXT Tour S (1-4); Velocity (1-4 or 00, 11, 22, 33); and DT SoLo (1-4) models.

The minimum order for free personalization is just one dozen. Orders can be placed by visiting any authorized Titleist golf shop. To locate a local Titleist golf shop, please visit the Titleist golf shop locator at: http://www.titleist.ca/find-a-golf-shop.

For custom individual and double-digit play numbers, an additional charge may apply.

*Note: Canada only. Please refer to the Titleist website in each respective market for complete details.

2014 Titleist Custom Holiday Promotion Details:• Canadian customers only.*

  • Offer: Free personalization (single pole personalization only).
  • Products: All Titleist golf ball models.
  • Imprint: Black, Blue, Red, Green, Pink, Gold and Silver ink.
  • 1 color per personalization.
  • Maximum 17 characters per line, up to 3 lines of personalization.
  • Minimum: 1 dozen (packaged in standard dozens).
  • Dates: An order must be placed between Nov. 1-Dec. 31, 2014.
  • Orders received by Dec. 5, 2014 are guaranteed to arrive by Dec. 24, 2014 via normal ground freight. 
  • Orders received after Dec. 18, 2014 will not ship until the week of January 19, 2015.
  • Custom play number (00,9-99) cannot be guaranteed for delivery by December 24th.
  • Orders for individual and custom play numbers may incur an additional charge.
  • Individual play numbers: Pro V1 and Pro V1x (1-9); NXT Tour and NXT Tour S (1-4); Velocity (1-4 or 00, 11, 22, 33); DT SoLo (1-4).
  • Custom play numbers (Pro V1 and Pro V1x only): 00 and 11-99.

For the second consecutive year, a Titleist Brand Ambassador has earned the Sir Henry Cotton European Tour Rookie of the Year award. Brooks Koepka, who finished in eighth position on The Race to Dubai in his first full season, followed the achievement of Titleist Brand Ambassador Peter Uihlein in 2013. Koepka won the Turkish Airlines Open just two weeks ago during the European Tour's Final Series, and recorded four other top ten finishes during the season. He also finished T4 at the U.S. Open and 15th at the PGA Championship.

“Winning the Rookie of the Year means so much,” said Koepka. “I've worked so hard this year, and to see the results is fun. To cap the year off with a win in Turkey has made this year special, and it's a goal I've been working for since I was able to come out on Tour."

In winning the Rookie of the Year Award, Koepka succeeds Uihlein, his close friend and housemate, both Americans who opted to cross the Atlantic over two years ago to first play on the European Challenge Tour and then on The European Tour. Following his breakthrough win on the Challenge Tour in 2012, Koepka claimed three titles in 2013 to earn automatic promotion to The European Tour, joining Uihlein who had secured his own European Tour status by winning the 2013 Madeira Islands Open.

"Looking back where I was two years ago, and then where I am today, is special," continued Koepka. "So to win Turkey and win Rookie of the Year is amazing. Coming over, having nowhere to play and getting a win on The Challenge Tour, and then getting the promotion, was unbelievable. And now to win on The European Tour is special, and to win Rookie of the Year, you look at all the names, guys who have won it, especially last year; Pete Uihlein, so at least we can keep it in the house.”

George O’Grady, Chief Executive of The European Tour said: “Brooks has enjoyed a magnificent first full season on The European Tour, winning one of our Final Series events at the Turkish Airlines Open, recording a top five finish in a Major Championship, and finishing inside the top ten on The Race to Dubai. That would be a very good season for any player, but to do it in your first full season on The European Tour is even more impressive. The story of first Peter Uihlein winning the Rookie of the Year Award and now his close friend Brooks, is quite a remarkable one, and it underlines the global appeal The European Tour has.”

Koepka, who plays the Pro V1x golf ball and a full complement of Titleist golf clubs, became the second player in a month to win on the European Tour with the new Titleist 915 driver. Koepka put the new 915D2 (8.5) driver in play at the Turkish Airlines Open and edged Ian Poulter by one shot.

Koepka's fellow Titleist Brand Ambassador, Chesson Hadley, captured the U.S. PGA TOUR's Rookie of the Year Award in October.

Titleist Pro V1x golf ball loyalist Henrik Stenson earned his second consecutive DP World Tour Championship crown, carding a final round of 70 to finish with a 16-under-par 272 victory total. 

It was clutch play down the stretch that propelled Stenson to successfully defend his title as he closed with back-to-back birdies on 17 and 18. 

"I didn't give up. I was hanging in there and made a couple important par putts on 12 and 16. Then I hit it to a foot on 17 and hit a good, solid wedge from 125 (yards) on 18," said Stenson.

With the back-to-back titles under his belt, Stenson is already looking forward to making it a three-peat next year.

"It was such a great place for me to win here last year, so to come back and successfully defend is very pleasing. I'll be back and try to make it three wins in a row next year."

We look forward to it, Henrik! Great playing.

WEEKEND HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE WORLDWIDE PROFESSIONAL TOURS:

 Titleist golf ball Loyalist Nick Cullen (Pro V1x) posted a 9-under-par 279 victory total to capture his first Australian Masters, one shot clear of defending champion and fellow Titleist Brand Ambassador Adam Scott. The leaderboard was flush with Titleist Golf Ball Loyalists as nine of the top 10 finishers relied upon a Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf ball for their success.

 On the Asian Tour, Titleist golf ball loyalist Mardan Mamat (Pro V1x) captured the Resorts World Manila Masters for his fourth career Asian Tour title. Mamat led wire-to-wire, closing with a final round 3-under-par 69 to finish with a 20-under-par victory total of 268. 

TITLEIST BY THE NUMBERS

With another four wins this week, including a dramatic playoff victory at the season-ending CME Group Tour Championship on the LPGA Tour, Titleist’s year-to-date victory count advances to 169. That's more than three times the nearest competitor with 44 and more than all competitors combined.

In total, 22,677 players have teed up Titleist golf balls in competition on the 2014 worldwide professional tours, more than six times the nearest competitor with 3,905 and more than all competitors combined.


THE TITLEIST LEADERBOARD  |  WEEK ENDING November 24, 2014

TourEventTitleist Golf Ball PlayersNearest Competitor
LPGA CME Group Tour Championship 46 6
Asian Tour Resorts World Manila Masters 84 23
Australasia Tour BetEasy Masters 103 13
PGA Tour China Hainan Open 59 18

As the new family of Titleist 915 metals were hitting the shelves last week, players across the worldwide professional tours continued to experience success with new metals as Charley Hoffman, Brooks Koepka and Anthony Brown all trusted a new 915 driver en route to victory.

Titleist 915 drivers have been in the bag for seven wins this year across the worldwide professional tours. This success validates the low spin, high speed and exceptional forgiveness built into every 915 metal.

Let’s take a quick look at the winning specs for the different players…

Geoff Ogilvy  915D2 (9.5º) 
Barracuda Championship - PGA Tour

Charley Hoffman 915D2 (8.5º)
OHL Classic - PGA Tour

Alexander Levy 915D3 (9.5º) 
Portugal Masters - European Tour

Brooks Koepka 915D2 (9.5º) 
Turkish Airlines Open - European Tour

Tom Pernice, Jr. 915D3 (8.5º) 
Charles Schwab Cup Championship - Senior PGA Tour

Justin Thomas 915D3 (8.5º)
Children's Hospital Championship - Web.com Tour

Louis De Jager 915D2 (10.5º) 
Nedbank Affinity Cup - South African Tour

Anthony Brown 915D2
NSW Open Championship - Australasian Tour

Congratulations to all the winners.

#TeamTitleist

Titleist Brand Ambassador Charley Hoffman captured his third career PGA Tour victory at the OHL Classic in Mayakoba, Mexico. Hoffman used the new Titleist Pro V1x Prototype to rank in the top-5 in eagles (4), birdies (3), sand saves (1), and greens-in-regulation (4) and shoot four sub-70 rounds to finish with a 17-under-par 267 victory total.

Charley was one of the first individuals to put the new prototype ball in play, a testament to how much he felt the golf ball could help him improve. 

"I immediately noticed the softer feel of the new Pro V1x, I also tested it on TrackMan and the spin and performance on full iron shots were right where I wanted them to be. Overall, I saw improvement across the board," said Hoffman.

Charley also used the new Titleist 915D2 to rank fifth in Driving Distance, helping him play the Par-5's in 6-under-par. 

The win ensures Charley's place in the field for Hyundai Tournament of Champions, a fact that is not lost on his young daughter.

"My daughter has been wanting to go Hawaii, so I guess we'll make a New Year's run."

Sounds like it was a great week for the entire Hoffman family. Let's take a look inside the bag of OHL Classic Champion Charley Hoffman.

Congratulations, Charley!

#TeamTitleist

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