Patrick Cantlay rallied from four shots behind to win the Zozo Championship at Sherwood by one over two players, including fellow Titleist Brand Ambassador and overnight leader Justin Thomas.
- Cantlay closed with a 7-under 65 en route to a 23-under par 265 victory total, which included nine birdies on the day.
- The victory marked the third of his PGA TOUR career (2017 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, 2019 Memorial) – with all three requiring him to come from behind by at least three shots.
WHAT’S IN PATRICK CANTLAY’S WINNING TITLEIST BAG?
Pro V1x golf ball, TS3 (10.5°) driver, 915F (15.0°) fairway metal, 816H2 (21.0°) hybrid, 718 AP2 (4-9), Vokey Design Raw SM7 46-10F, Raw SM7 52-08F, Raw SM7 56-08M, Raw SM8 61 Cantlay Proto wedges, and Scotty Cameron GSS putter
EIGHT OF TOP 10 RELY ON TITLEIST
Cantlay topped a leaderboard on which eight (8) of the top 10 finishers relied upon Titleist golf balls for their success.
- Following Cantlay (Pro V1x/1st) on the front page were his fellow full product line Titleist Brand Ambassadors Justin Thomas (Pro V1x/T2), Cameron Smith (NEW Pro V1x/T4) and Russell Henley (Pro V1x/T4), as well as Ryan Palmer (NEW Pro V1x/T4), Bubba Watson (Pro V1x/T4), Corey Conners (Pro V1/T8) and Joel Dahmen (Pro V1/T8).
- This is the third consecutive week where Titleist New Pro V1 or Pro V1x players have finished among the Top 10 since being introduced to the new golf balls at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open three weeks ago.
- A total of 52 players (67%) teed up a Titleist this week in the limited field event – more than five times the nearest competitor (9) — including seven who played a New Pro V1 or Pro V1x.
CONTINUED SUCCESS FOR TSi Metals
Titleist also recently introduced New TSi drivers and fairway metals to players at the 2020-21 season-opener in Napa at the Safeway Open.
- Among the Top 10 finishers at Zozo Championship was Cameron Smith, who played the New TSi3 (10.0°). Lanto Griffin (TSi2, 10.0°) finished T11.
WHAT’S IN THE TITLEIST BAGS OF TOP 10 FINISHERS:
- JUSTIN THOMAS: Pro V1x golf ball, TS3 (9.5°), TS3 (15.0°), 915 Fd (18.0°) fairway metal, T100 (4) iron, 620 MB (5-9) irons, Vokey Design SM7 Raw 46-10F, Raw 52-12F and Vokey Design SM8 Raw 56-14F, Raw 60T wedges, and Scotty Cameron X5 putter.
- CAMERON SMITH: NEW Pro V1x golf ball, TSi3 (10°) driver, TSi2 (15.0°) fairway metal, U-500 (4) utility irons, T100 (5-9) irons, Vokey Design Black SM8 46-10F, Black SM8 52-08F, Black SM8 56-08M, Black SM8 60T wedges, and Scotty Cameron TFB 1.5 Teryllium putter.
- RUSSELL HENLEY: Pro V1x, TS4 (10.5°) driver, TS3 (16.5°) fairway metal, 818H2 (21.0°) hybrid, T100 (4-9) irons, Vokey Design SM8 Raw pitching (48°), gap (50°), sand (54°) and lob (58°) wedges, Scotty Cameron Timeless putter.
Werenski Establishes New Sherwood CC Competitive Scoring Record
Titleist Brand Ambassador Richy Werenski established a new Sherwood CC competitive scoring record on Friday with an 11-under 61.
- Werenski, who won the Barracuda Championship earlier this year, carded 12 birdies in his record-breaking round.
- Werenski switched to a NEW TSi4 (10.0°) driver at the Sanderson Farms Championship a month ago and a NEW TSi2 (15.0) fairway metal this week.
Ally McDonald earned her first career LPGA Tour title with a one-shot victory over fellow Pro V1x golf ball loyalist Danielle Kang at the LPGA Drive On Championship.
- Bianca Pagdanganan (Pro V1x), who was making her seventh overall start on the LPGA Tour, finished solo 3rd, another shot back.
- In fact, McDonald topped a leaderboard on which each of the top 16 finishers relied upon a Titleist Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf ball for their success.
- The win came on McDonald’s 28th birthday as she closed with a 3-under 69 en route to a 16-under 272 victory total, while Kang posted a final round 68.
- Kang extended her lead in the Race to CME Globe, while McDonald vaulted 27 spots to No. 8.
- In addition to playing Pro V1x golf balls, the winner also carried a pair of Vokey Design SM8 wedges (52/58), while the runner-up played two TS3 (13.5°/18.0°) fairway metals, 716 CB (4-9) irons, Vokey Design SM7 pitching (46°), gap (50°), sand (54°) and proto lob (58°) wedges as well as a Scotty Cameron TFB 1.5 Teryllium putter.
The Momentum Continues
The momentum of Titleist golf balls on the LPGA Tour continues to grow.
- At this week’s event, Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf ball players accounted for an overwhelming 86 percent (93 players) of the 108-player field, more than 18 times the nearest competitor with 5.
- McDonald’s win marked the 11th (79%) by Titleist players on the 2020 LPGA Tour, more than five times the nearest competitor with 2.
Titleist Brand Ambassador WonJoon Lee captured the Bizplay Electronic Times Open to claim his second career KPGA Tour title.
- Lee fired a final round 6-under 66 en route a 14-under par 202 victory total.
- He finished three shots clear of runner-up SeungHyuk Kim (Pro V1), who closed with a 66.
- Twelve (12) of the 13 players who finished among the Top 10 and ties relied upon Titleist golf balls for their success.
- Lee’s win also marked the second consecutive week that a New TSi driver was played in the victory. Lee also carries a New TSi fairway metal.
- Titleist was the overwhelming field favorite in golf balls with 82 (72%), as well as drivers (47/41%), irons (47/41%) and wedges (190/64%).
WHAT’S IN WONJOON LEE’S WINNING TITLEIST BAG?
Pro V1x golf ball, New TSi3 driver, New TSi3 fairway metal, U-500 and 620 MB irons, Vokey Design SM8 wedges, Scotty Cameron Newport 2 GSS putter.