Curtis gains first PGA Tour victory for Titleist AP1 irons

Ben Curtis became the first player to win a PGA Tour event with Titleist AP1 irons with his victory at this past weekend’s Valero Texas Open.  The AP1 is a complement to Titleist’s popular AP2 irons, which is played by most Titleist staff players on the Tour. The AP1 iron is preferred by many mid-handicap players because of its multi-material construction, tungsten sole weight and dual cavity elastomer/aluminum co-molded insert that provide better feel and sound.

Ben Curtis

Ben’s Bag: Titleist Pro V1x golf ball, 910D3 (8.5) driver, 910Fd (13.5) fairway metal, 910H (18.0, 20.0) hybrids, AP1 (4-PW) irons, Vokey Design approach (52) and Vokey TVD sand (58) wedges, Scotty Cameron Studio Select Newport 2 putter.

Titleist's AP1 irons

Of the top 10- finishers at the event, nine played Titleist golf balls.

Titleist also picked up three more victories this past weekend. Lee Westwood won the CIMB NIAGA Indonesian Masters with a Pro V1x; Michael Allen 9Pro V1x) and David Frost (Pro V1) teamed to win the

Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf on the Champions Tour; and Hiroyuki Fujika (Pro V1) won the Tsuruya Open.



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