For the first time ever at a major championship, our lucky winners will take to the Kingsbarns driving range alongside the very best players in the world, where they will experience the complete performance of Titleist’s 917 metal family during a fitting with one of the brand’s expert product specialists.
Not only that, but the winner of our Titleist Ultimate Fit prize on Sunday of the tournament plus one guest will enjoy hospitality at the year’s fourth major, allowing them to watch all of the action unfold in style.
The runner-up will receive the full Titleist Ultimate Fit experience plus two passes to the tournament.
And that’s not all. Even if you miss out on the money-can’t-buy Titleist Ultimate Fit prizes, the #1 ball in golf brand will also give away four pairs of any one day passes for the most prestigious event in women’s golf, so you can enjoy the Ricoh Women’s British Open first-hand.
1 x Titleist Ultimate Fit experience on Sunday of the Ricoh Women’s British Open
2 x hospitality passes for Sunday of the Ricoh Women’s British Open
1 x Titleist Utimate Fit experience on Sunday of the Ricoh Women’s British Open
2 x One-day passes for the Sunday of the Ricoh Women’s British Open
4 x One-day passes for any day of the Ricoh Women’s British Open
How to enter
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Titleist Ultimate Fit at the Ricoh Women’s British Open
Titleist has been unveiled as the official golf ball partner of the 2017 Ricoh Women’s British Open, a partnership which will see the #1 ball in golf extend its support of women’s golf at all levels of the game and deliver a number of exciting initiatives for spectators at Kingsbarns Golf Links as some of the best players in the world compete for the year’s fourth major.
As part of the agreement, Titleist will launch a series of unique experiences which will be offered to golfers of all abilities, lucky prize winners and Team Titleist members, including the Ultimate Fit.
A lucky Team Titleist member will also have the opportunity to tee it up with a Titleist ambassador, such as Brittany Lincicome, Charley Hull, Jessica Korda and recent KPMG Women’s PGA Championship winner Danielle Kang, in Tuesday’s pro-am at Kingsbarns, providing a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play a major layout in the week of competition, and in the shadow of the iconic red Ricoh grandstands.
Titleist has a long history of dominance at the majors, leading ball counts year-after-year in both the men’s and women’s game, including the 2016 Ricoh Women’s British Open at Royal Lytham & St Annes where 106 of 144 players (74%) competing put a Titleist golf ball into play, eventual champion, Ariya Jutanugarn, among them.
Check out the video below to find out more about the Ultimate Fit.
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