The newest version of golf’s most popular ball made it to the PGA Tour last week.

The Tour is in Las Vegas this week for the Shriners Children’s Open, where Titleist has traditionally introduced its next-generation Pro V1 and Pro V1x balls. Twenty-two years ago in the desert, Billy Andrade became the first player to win with a Pro V1, and thousands more wins have followed all around the world.

But Titleist let it be known Monday that its 2023 models were put in play at the previous week’s Sanderson Farms Championship by MJ Daffue, Garrick Higgo and Gary Woodland. The three had tested the balls during the prototype stage and asked to use them at The Country Club of Jackson.

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