Matt Fitzpatrick Clinches Victory at Harbour Town in an All-Titleist Pro V1x Playoff

PGA TOUR | RBC Heritage

In complete control of his Titleist golf ball, Matt Fitzpatrick closed out the RBC Heritage with a dart from 187 yards to a foot on Harbour Town’s 18th hole, tapping in the birdie on the third hole of an all-Pro V1x playoff with Jordan Spieth.

  • The reigning U.S. Open Champion forced the playoff with back-to-back birdies down the stretch, getting up-and-down from behind the green at the par-5 15th, then hitting his approach on the par-4 16th to 5 feet.
  • He closed in 4-under 68 to tie Spieth at 17 under.
  • The pair halved the first two playoff holes, before Fitzpatrick’s final approach, on playoff hole #3, landed on the front of the 18th green, skipped and rolled to 12 inches.
  • Navigating the narrow corridors and small greens at Harbour Town, Fitzpatrick gained 10.945 shots on the field tee to green (ranking 3rd), with more than nine of those coming on approach shots (+6.197, 7th) and around the green (+3.162, 10th).
  • With the win, Fitzpatrick moved from No. 16 to No. 8 in the Official World Golf Ranking, the highest position of his career.
  • Of the top 14 finishers, 12 trusted a Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf ball – including the Top 3 and five of the Top 6: Fitzpatrick (Pro V1x)Spieth (Pro V1x), Patrick Cantlay (Pro V1x), Sahith Theegala (Pro V1) and Hayden Buckley (Pro V1).


  • “There’s obviously so many different variables with a golf ball. I’ve always been kind of a lower flight player but I am kind of high spin so that’s where I feel like my game is at with the golf ball. To be able to rely on the golf ball and know that it’s gonna do what I want it to do – have a consistent flight, consistent spin with every shot that I hit – that’s so important. Having that ability to know what your ball is going to do rather than second guessing makes a hell of a difference and obviously makes you more comfortable. And from there you’re gonna hit better golf shots. I love the golf ball that I’m in, it just works perfectly for my game.”
  • “The reason [Pro V1x] is so good for me is feel, I like the harder feel off the club face. I just feel like the spin’s consistent, the flight’s consistent, and that’s what you need in a golf ball. You don’t need it kind of in different windows. It’s nice to have that consistency to have the confidence in the golf ball to know how far it’s going to go every time, and to be within a really tight deviation is obviously so important. This is a game of inches after all, the margins are so fine you want it to be as tight as possible. So that’s why I play Pro V1x because it’s exactly that, you know what you’re going to get every shot and you don’t get any strange effects from shots.” 
  • “You just know, hitting other golf balls, that as soon as you’ve hit it, it doesn’t have the same effect. I’ve messed around with balls on the range when they’ve been mixed into the Pro V1x bag that I always go to grab, and they just get funky flights. I don’t know how you can play golf with that, to be honest, and not knowing what you’re going to get from shot to shot.”
  • “I feel like, for me, the firmer the ball is, the more I can control the spin. That’s always nice for me (with Pro V1x), knowing that I can increase spin, and take spin off it. That’s been the big thing. I know for a fact I can flight the ball easy, much easier, up and down, with the ball that I use.”
  • “I’ve been Pro V1x ever since I was probably about 15. It was always the best ball. There was never anything else for me growing up, to be honest. That’s all I’ve ever known.”


  • The winner of the RBC Heritage gamed a Titleist TSi3 9.0° driver and three Vokey Design  wedges en route to winning his second career PGA TOUR title:
  • The champion switched to his current Titleist driver setup (TSi3 9.0, Mitsubishi Tensei AV Raw Orange 65 TX) in December 2020, in the days leading up to the DP World Tour Championship, which he went on to win.
  • Having played three different driver brands since the CJ Cup that October, he worked with Titleist Tour Rep Liam McDougall to put all of them head-to-head during a rigorous testing session.
  • He’s had the TSi3 in the bag ever since, using it to earn his first major victory at the 2022 U.S. Open.
  • Every player in the Top 3, including playoff runner-up Jordan Spieth (TSR2 10.0°), and seven of the final top 10 players on the leaderboard, gamed a Titleist driver.
  • Around the treacherously small Harbour Town greens, the champion relied on his trio of Vokey wedges – SM9 52.12F, 56.08M and WedgeWorks 60T – gaining 3.162 strokes on the field (10th) and getting up-and-down 83% of the time (20/24, T4).
  • The winner also gamed three Vokeys on his way to winning the 2022 U.S. Open last summer.
  • Every player in the Top 4 had at least two Vokey wedges in the bag, with 13 total Vokeys between them and all four players using an SM9 WedgeWorks T Grind lob wedge.

KORN FERRY TOUR | Veritex Bank Championship

Spencer Levin (Pro V1) claimed his first career Korn Ferry Tour title after Monday-qualifying into the event and closing with a bogey-free 63 at Texas Rangers Golf Club.

  • Levin’s eight-birdie Sunday matched the low round of the day, capping off a week that featured four of 68 or better (66-68-67-63).
  • In control of his Pro V1 all week long, Levin ranked T2 in Greens in Regulation (57/72, 79%) and T4 in Driving Accuracy (44/56, 79%).
  • Twenty-two of the top 28 finishers this week in Texas teed up a Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf ball.
  • Said Levin, on his final round: “The fairways were really firm and for me, I’m not really a high ball hitter, not really a long hitter, but I hit a lot of fairways. So I knew that if I played my game with my driver, I could still get it out there with the guys just because the ball would roll forever. Usually when it’s this firm, even though the holes are wide, it actually makes it play tighter because the firmness. Anytime a course is firm and windy I always feel comfortable on that just because of my ball flight and how I control the ball.” 

KPGA | The 18th DB Insurance Promy Open

Titleist Brand Ambassador Guntaek Koh, playing a NEW Pro V1 golf ball, TSR2 driver and full bag of Titleist equipment, carded a final round 7-under 65 to earn his maiden KPGA tour victory.

  • Koh’s winning 20-under total gave him a two-shot margin of victory over defending champion and fellow Titleist Brand Ambassador Sanghyun Park, who turned in a final round 66.
  • Eight of the top 10 players on Sunday’s final leader board teed up a Titleist golf ball, and six of the 10 gamed a Titleist driver

What’s In The Bag? | Guntaek Koh

Golf Ball: NEW Titleist Pro V1
Driver: TSR2 10.0°
Fairway Metal: TSi2 15.0, TSR2 18.0°
Irons: T100 3-PW
Wedges: Vokey Design SM9 52.08F, 58.08M
Putter: Scotty Cameron Newport 2 tour only

SUNSHINE TOUR | Stella Artois Players Championship

Kyle Barker (Pro V1) earned his first career Sunshine Tour victory in convincing fashion, shooting a final round 11-under 61.

  • Barker made 30 birdies and one eagle for the week at Dainfern Country Club, and his 30-under total saw him finish six shots ahead of second place.
  • “My mindset was key out there today,” Barker said. “I played carefree golf. I didn’t mind if I made a mistake, and if I did I bounced back immediately. My mindset was just so strong and my short game was also very good out there… I’m just so proud of myself for doing this.”