You know the old adage, you wait for a bus and all of a sudden two show up at once.
Whilst Bridgestone have enjoyed a good season, their most recent wait for a win resulted in two wins within hours of one another. Brandt Snedeker strolled home to a three-shot victory in Canada just hours before Karrie Webb took home the title on the Ladies European Tour.
Both are longtime Bridgestone players and both used one of Bridgestone's latest balls to win on Sunday.
Karrie Webb, who was measured with a swing speed of just under 105mph, trusted the Bridgestone B330-RX ball to capture the ISPS Handa Ladies European Masters. Playing the last 27 holes in 13-under par, Karrie got her third win of the season by one shot. The win takes her back up to No.6 in the world rankings and takes her past $18,000,000 in career earnings.
The popular, 3-piece B330-RX ball is specifically designed for players with swing speeds less than 105mph looking for maximum Tour distance. Available in either white or yellow, the reformulated blend of mantle materials are engineered to reduce backspin and side spin on longer shots.
While Webb was starting her final round, Brandt Snedeker was tipping his Bridgestone Golf visor celebrating his second victory of the season at the RBC Canadian Open. Trusting his Bridgestone B330 ball, Snedeker finished three shots ahead of fellow Bridgestone player, Matt Kuchar.
Snedeker's B330 ball suits his swing, measured at 108mph. It is designed for players who swing over 105mph and are looking for Tour level spin and control. The new Dual Dimple Technology also delivers improved aerodynamics and enhanced wind performance.
Snedeker also had a set of Bridgestone J40 irons and J40 Black Oxide wedges in his bag.
Sneds and Kuch, alongside Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, are the only players on the PGA Tour that have multiple victories this season.
"Brandt and Matt (Kuchar) both endorse RBC, so if this week is any indication of the level of golf they play at their sponsors' events we're all in for a treat at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational," said Dan Murphy, EVP of Marketing/Sales - Bridgestone Golf, Inc.
"As if the PGA Tour success wasn't enough for one weekend, we also had Karrie going out and winning in style as she builds up to the Women's British Open.”
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