News for Tuesday, September 3, 2013
Titleist 714 Series irons
Titleist's 714 Series irons – comprising four models, the AP1, AP2, CB and MB – already have made an impressive tour debut. On Sept. 3, the company officially released details on each.
At the Deutsche Bank Championship, Sergio Garcia used for the first time the Ghost Tour Maranello 81, a heel-shafted mallet.
Musings for Tuesday: Tourney prep, Daly's elbow, more
From John Daly's recovery after elbow surgery to tournament prep on the PGA Tour and elsewhere to -- you guessed it, Dufnering -- here's what pro golfers have on their minds Tuesday via Twitter.
Sanderson Farms moves to fall, renews title sponsorship
The Sanderson Farms Championship at Annandale Golf Club in Madison, Miss., which moves to late October in 2014, will retain its title sponsor for the next three years.
Henrik Stenson climbs in OWGR; Tiger Woods still tops
Henrik Stenson, who tops the FedEx Cup standings after his Deutsche Bank win and will play alongside World No. 1 and FedEx No. 2 Tiger Woods at the BMW Championship, rose four spots to No. 6 in the Official World Golf Rankings.
Women's countdown: No. 1 USC
We are counting down the top 30 women's teams heading into the fall college season. Today's story: No. 1 USC.
Men's countdown: No. 1 California
We are counting down the top 30 men's teams heading into the fall college season. Today's story: No. 1 California.
Titleist 714 MB Irons
Titleist's latest offering for accomplished players is the 714 MB irons, which have been designed to enhance feel and work through the turf more effectively.
Titleist 714 AP2 Irons
Under a classically-styled exterior, the new forged Titleist 714 AP2 dual-cavity irons pack a lot of technology.
Titleist 714 CB Irons
Titleist's new 714 CB irons are designed to give feel players all the feedback they could want, along with a touch of forgiveness.
Titleist 714 AP1 Irons
Titleist's new 714 AP1 irons are designed to deliver improved ball flight while increasing forgiveness and feel. Better yet, the gains come without making the clubs any bigger, Titleist says.