Asian Tour - Titleist Pro V1x loyalist Lee Westwood
shot 4 rounds in the
60’s to win the Indonesian Masters at The Royale Jakarta Golf Club over the
weekend to regain his spot as the worlds number 1 golfer on his 38th
Westwood, who had a 5 shot lead going into the final day,
was forced to wait to secure his victory on the 18th due to a
thunder storm. Coming back out after an hour long wait, Westwood played a
superb second shot into the 18th green, commenting on camera that
all good things come to those that wait.
A final hole par completed a 69 for Westwood, winning the
tournament by 3 shots. Westwood had a slow start to the day, allowing the field
to close the gap, but made a difficult birdie putt on 11 to give his round some
“Yeah, that was probably the hardest putt I had all day. It
was 15 feet and had a three foot break on it. I birdied the next with two good
shots and played solidly. I managed to pick up a few shots and birdied the 16th
from four feet. I was quite comfortable after that,” said Westwood.
Up on completing his victory, Westwood had not yet secured
the number one spot, and had to wait to see how Pro V1 X Loyalist Luke Donald
did at the Heritage.
“It was about coming here this week and trying to win the
Indonesian Masters and I’ve done that. I’ve ticked every box this week so we
will have to wait and see what happens.” said Westwood.
Donald lost in a playoff early this morning, thus ensuring Westwoods
win was enough to secure the number 1 spot.
Titleist was the overwhelming golf ball of choice with 103
players trusting a Titleist golf ball, more than 5 times the nearest
Be sure to check out our final Slideshow from the event at the bottom of this post.
– Titleist Pro V1x
Loyalist Nicolas Colsaerts
of Belgium won the Co-Sanctioned
European and One Asia Tour Volvo China Open at the Luxehills Golf Course.
Colsaerts shot 4 rounds in the 60’s (65, 67, 66, 66) for a
24 under 264 total winning by 4 shots to become the second Belgian to win on
the European Tour. The win takes Colsaerts to 10th on the Race to Dubai.
Titleist was the overwhelming golf ball of choice at the Volvo China Open with 109
players trusting Titleist, more than five times our closest competitor.
Titleist was also first in iron sets (55) and sand, lob and approach wedges
The event was the second of 3 Co-Sanctioned European Tour events in Asia, with the Ballantines Championships in Korea this week being the last before the Tour heads back to Europe for the Open de Espana. This has been a great period for Titleist players so far, so let's hope it continues next week. Be sure to check Team Titleist regularly for updates on this event.
V1x Loyalist Luke Donald
lost in a playoff on Sunday at The Heritage at Harbour
Town Links. A win would have seen Donald secure the World Number 1 spot, but a
difficult lie in a bunker on 18 during the second playoff hole, meant that
Donald could only manage a bogey.
Donald saved difficult pars on the 71st and 72nd
holes to force the playoff. Despite not claiming the world number 1 spot, his
second place finish was enough to take Donald to 1st on the PGA Tour
Money List for 2011 and he moved to 2nd in the Fed Ex Cup Rankings.
Titleist was the overewhelming Golf Ball of choice at the
Heritage with 83 players trusting Titleist, nearly six times the closest
competitor. Titleist was also first in iron sets (37), sand, lob and approach
wedges (122) and putters (48).
- Pro V1 Loyalist David Eger's
team won the Liberty Mutual Legends of golf better ball competition, beating Pro V1x Loyalist's Kenny Perry
and Scott Hoch
in a playoff.
Titleist was the overwhelming golf ball of choice with 45 players trusting Titleist, more than 5 times the nearest competitor. Titleist was also first in iron sets with 19 players choosing Titleist irons.
Japan Tour - Titleist was also the ball of choice at the Tsuruya Open on the Japan Golf Tour, with 65 players, more than double the nearest competitor, trusting Titleist golf balls. Titleist was also first in Hybrids (41) and sand, lob and approach wedges (112).
Check out the below slideshow from the Indonesian Masters at Royale Jakarta Golf Club. And click here if you have not yet checked out our initial slideshow from earlier in the tournament.
Welcome to Royale Jakarta Golf Club, host of the 2011 Indonesian Masters.