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The seeding process of the Titleist 913 driver has continued on both the PGA Tour and European Tour with more Titleist Brand Ambassadors putting the 913 into play.
Since the seeding process started at the AT&T National, a number of Titleist Brand Ambassadors have put the 913 into play, including Rory McIlroy (8.5º), Nick Watney (10.5 º) and Seung-Yul Noh (7.5 º). On the PGA Tour, 21 players put the 913 driver in play at the John Deere Classic. Players making the switch to the 913D2 driver this week included Ben Crane (7.5 º), Bobby Gates (9.5 º) and John Peterson (8.5 º).
On the European Tour, the Scottish Open saw 20 players putting the driver in their bag, up from 14 the week earlier. As well as the continued success of the 913 seeding, Titleist currently tops the worldwide win count in every major equipment category, including drivers (30), fairway metals (32), hybrids (28), iron sets (35), wedges (48), putters (34) and balls (96).
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