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Titleist Kicks Off 2016 Season with Loyalty Reward Programme

Story published at 12:15, Wednesday, March 16th, 2016

Titleist Loyalty Rewarded

Titleist Loyalty Rewarded

To begin the 2016 golfing season, Titleist is rewarding all golfers who trust the superior performance of Pro V1 & Pro V1x golf balls. Running until 15th April 2016, Titleist is rewarding those golfers who purchase three dozen or more Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf balls with one dozen free, as well as providing the opportunity to individualise these with free personalisation on all dozens.

The Pro V1 & Pro V1x line has led the way across all levels of the game for decades, with the latest generation continuing to as the #1 golf ball at all levels of the game. In 2016, the Pro V1 & Pro V1x has already been put into play by 4,110 players across worldwide professional tours, more than six times the nearest competitor. This dominance at the highest level has led to an impressive 34 professional wins globally so far this year, including notable triumphs for Rickie Fowler, Bubba Watson and Adam Scott.

Pro V1 & Pro V1x golf balls feature a patented thermoset urethane elastomer cover to deliver more short game spin and feel, as well as a softer feel, while maintaining exceptional distance, flight characteristics and best-in-class durability.

Not only does this give the chance to stock up on the #1 ball in golf ahead of the season, golfers are also given the chance to put their stamp on every one, with the option to personalise their Pro V1 & Pro V1x golf balls. With a choice of red or black ink and three lines of 17 individual characters, there is a huge array of options to make their order their own.

All orders must be placed with any authorised Titleist golf ball retailer before 15th April 2016. So don’t miss out on this chance to stock up early on the best performing, most trusted and most consistent golf balls in the game.

Further information on Loyalty Rewarded can be found HERE


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