Camilo powers to breakthrough win with Cobra.
After an impressive run in September including three top-ten finishes in the FedEx Cup events, Cobra ambassador Camilo Villegas achieved his first professional victory at the Coca-Cola Tokai Classic in Japan. In the final round Camilo shot a level par of 71 to finish tied at two-under 282 and face a playoff. A second hole birdie, holed from twenty feet clinched the title.
Camilo, who switched to Cobra for his first full season on the PGA Tour in 2006, relied on Cobra technology from tee to green. In the bag he had a King Cobra Speed Pro S driver, King Cobra X-Speed fairway metals, a King Cobra Carbon CB three iron and King Cobra forged CB irons (4-P).
With the victory, the 25-year-old Columbian is elevated into the elite group of the world's top 60 players alongside Cobra players Geoff Ogilvy and Ian Poulter.