31 oktober 2018 08:29
Titleist tester nye bolde på PGA Tour
Denne uges PGA Tour-afdeling som spilles i gode gamle Las Vegas, bliver benyttet til at få feedback på den kommende generation af Titleists Pro V1 og Pro V1x serie. Spillerne kan ganske enkelt teste boldene af, og give feedback, så der er mulig for de sidste rettelser inde endelig frigivelse. Udviklere fra producenten står klar til at indsamle data, og vejlede spillerne i de nye boldes egenskaber.
Her kan du læse producentens engelske pressemeddelelse:
This week at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas marks the tour debut for the next generation Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls, available to players for the first time to play in competition. Over the next three days of practice rounds at TPC Summerlin, members of the Titleist Golf Ball R&D team will be busy testing these final Pro V1 and Pro V1x prototypes with players and fitting them into the model that helps them play their best.
Over the years, Titleist’s tour seeding and validation process for new Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls has become a holiday of sorts held biennially at the PGA Tour’s Las Vegas stop, with players arriving to their lockers to find the prototypes in their signature white boxes and sleeves. It was at TPC Summerlin in 2000 that the original Pro V1 prototype was first introduced with 47 players immediately making the switch, including eventual winner Billy Andrade, a historic shift in equipment usage for a single tour event.
This process, which also signals the near conclusion of Titleist’s rigorous two-year golf ball development cycle, continues to be critical step in providing golfers with the best performing golf balls in the game. Earning final validation from the best players in the world ensures that new products are faithful to the Titleist brand promise of innovation, performance, consistency and quality excellence.
Stay tuned to Titleist.com, Titleist.se and Titleist’s social channels over the coming weeks and months for updates on the tour seeding and validation process as it continues on the PGA Tour and across the worldwide professional tours.