Adam Scott became the first Australian to win the Masters after beating Angel Cabrera in a play-off at Augusta National.
In doing so, he used Titleist equipment from tee to green and trusted the performance of his FootJoy shoes and glove.
The 32-year-old holed a 20-footer on the 72nd hole with Cabrera – needing a birdie to force extra holes – waiting in the fairway behind.
But the Argentine – a fellow Titleist Pro V1 and FootJoy loyalist – hit the shot of the day to three feet and knocked in the resulting putt to send the duo back down the 18th.
The pair parred the first play-off hole, but Scott converted his 12-foot birdie putt on the 10th to taste major success for the first time.
Adam Scott: what’s in the bag?
Ball: 2013 Pro V1
Woods: Titleist 913D3 driver & 910Fd fairway
Hybrid: Titleist 712U utility iron
Irons: Titleist MB
Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design SM4 (pitching and sand) & TVD lob wedge
Putter: Titleist Futura X prototype
Shoes: FootJoy Sport
Glove: FootJoy StaSof