Titleist topped the Workday Charity Open field in golf balls with 113 (72%), that is more than seven times the nearest competitor (16). Titleist was also the top choice in drivers (43), hybrids (24), utility irons (38), irons (45) and wedges (244).
WHAT TITLEIST EQUIPMENT IS IN THE BAG OF THE AT THE WORKDAY CHARITY OPEN:
Pro V1x golf ball, TS3 (9.5°) driver w/Mitsubishi Diamana ZF60 TX, TS3 (15.0°) fairway metal w/Mitsubishi Tensei CK 80 TX, 915Fd (18.0°) fairway metal w/Fujikura Motore VC9.2-X, T100 4-iron w/TT Dynamic Gold X100, 620 MB (5-9) w/TT Dynamic Gold X100, Vokey Design SM7 pitching (46.10F), gap (52.12F) and, SM8 sand (57.14F) and lob (60.04T) wedges w/TT Dynamic Gold S400* (PW/X100), Scotty Cameron X5 putter
Pro V1x golf ball, TS3 (10.5°) driver w/Mitsubishi Diamana BF60 TX, 915F (15.0°) fairway metal w/Diamana ZF70 TX, 816H2 (21.0°) hybrid w/Fujikura Atmos 8 Blue X, 718 AP2 (4-9) w/TT Dynamic Gold 120 X100, Vokey Design SM7 pitching (46), gap (54.10S), sand (56.08M) and SM8 lob (61°) wedges w/TT Dynamic Gold S300, Scotty Cameron GSS putter
Pro V1x golf ball, TS3 (9.5°) driver w/Fujikura Ventus 6 Blue, 917F2 (16.5°) fairway metal w/Matrix Ozik TP7HDE X, 816H2 (21.0°) hybrid w/Aldila Tour Green 85, U500 4-iron w/TT LZ, T100 5-iron w/TT LZ, 718 AP2 (6-PW) w/TT PX LZ, Vokey Design SM8 gap (52°), sand (56°) and SM8 lob (60°) wedges w/TT Dynamic Gold S400
David Lipsky (Pro V1x), who has played most of his professional career in Europe and Asia, claimed his first career Korn Ferry Tour title with a four-shot win at the TPC San Antonio Challenge. His win marked the 47th win for Titleist on Worldwide Tours during 2019-2020 seasons.
Lipsky, who entered the final round with a one-shot lead, closed with a 6-under par 66 en route to a 25-under 263 victory total. The victory earns Lipsky an exemption to compete on Korn Ferry Tour events through 2022. Lipsky topped a leaderboard on which eight of the 11 players who finished among the Top 10 and ties relied upon Titleist golf balls.
In addition to leading the golf ball count with 113 (72%) in play, more than seven times the nearest competitor (16), Titleist was also the field favorite in hybrids (19/33%), utility irons (34/38%), irons (43/28%) and wedges (220/49%)
Overnight leader JooHyung Kim posted a two-shot victory at the Gunsan CC Open to register his first career KPGA Tour title. Kim became the youngest player at 18 years and 21 days to win on KPGA Tour. He also won the 2019 Panasonic Open India for his first title on the Asian Tour when he was just 17 years and 149 days old. Kim closed with a 2-under par 69 en route a 16- under par 268 victory total, topping fellow Titleist Brand Ambassador MinKyu Kim (Pro V1x, TS2 driver, TS2 fairway metals, U500 4-iron, 620 irons, Vokey Design SM8 gap, sand and lob wedges) who raced up the leaderboard to finish solo 2nd following a bogey-free final round 9-under par 62.
Nine of 11 players who finished among the Top 10 and ties relied upon Titleist golf balls for their success. In addition to leading the golf ball count with 117 (75%) in play, more than six times the nearest competitor (18), Titleist was also the field favorite in drivers (67/43%), irons (69/44%) and wedges (282/67%).
What’s in JooHyung Kim’s Winning Titleist Bag?:
Titleist Pro V1x golf ball, TS3 (8.5°) driver, TS3 (13.5°, 19.0°) fairways, 718 AP2 (3-6) and T100 (7-PW) irons, Vokey Design SM8 gap (52.12F) and lob (58.06K) wedges, Scotty Cameron Special Select Newport 2 putter