This past weekend was a good one for Titleist, which scored overtime victories with Zach Johnson on the PGA Tour, Michael Sim on the Nationwide Tour, and Irish amateur Shane Lowry on the European Tour in the Irish Open. Johnson nearly became the fourth player in PGA Tour history to shoot a 59, tying a LaCantera Golf Course record with a 10-under-par 60 during Saturday's third round of the Valero Texas Open. Some 24 hours later Johnson defeated James Driscoll with a 12-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole to capture his second PGA Tour event of the year.
In Johnson' bag was a 909D2 driver (8.5 degrees), 909F2 3-wood (13.5 degrees) and 5-wood (18.5 degrees), 909H hybrid (21 degrees), AP2 irons (4- through 9-iron), Vokey Design pitching (48 degrees) and sand (54 degrees) wedges and a Spin Milled lob wedge (60 degrees).
Lowry, like Johnson, played a ProV1x golf ball, 909D2 driver (8.5 degrees), 909F2 3-wood (15.5 degrees), 909H hybrid (19 degrees) and AP2 irons (3- through 9-iron).