Coming in at #2 on our countdown is a look back at the launch of the new Titleist 915 family of metals. Featuring the new Active Recoil Channel, Radial Speed Face and enhanced MOI, the 915 line of metals offer all golfers distance without compromise.

Be sure to check out the original post from November, 14 2014. 


Launch Time: New Titleist 915 Family of Metals Hit Golf Shops Today

Launch day is here and we’re excited to see the Titleist 915 family of metals land in golf shops today. So visit your local golf shop or fitter to experience distance without compromise first-hand.

And check out the posts below for more exclusive content on the 915 family and get an inside look at the new features and benefits.

 

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Titleist has been the #1 ball at the U.S. Open for 66 years and counting, and our #3 post of 2014 catches up with Titleist Golf Ball Loyalists Steve Stricker, Zach Johnson and others to get their perspective on this fantastic accomplishment.

Check out the original post from June 9, 2014. 


The #1 Ball Played at the U.S. Open for 66 Years and Still Counting

The field is set and the players are ready for the challenge ahead of them at Pinehurst No. 2. And once again, the majority of players in the field will put their trust in a Titleist golf ball - The #1 ball played at the U.S. Open for 66 years... and still counting.

Welcome to U.S. Open week.

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Up next in our countdown, we explore the Titleist Custom Golf Ball operations and get to know some of the amazing people that make up the custom team and get an insider's view at this impressive operation.

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The People, the Process and the Passion: A Look Inside the Titleist Custom Golf Ball Experience

Did you know that nearly 1/3 of all the golf balls produced each year by Titleist are customized in one form or another? 

Did you also know that there is a team of passionate individuals dedicated to delivering the best possible experience from start to finish in the Titleist Custom Golf Ball facility located in New Bedford, Mass.?

Whether it’s a personal message, a name or initials imprinted on the side or a company logo or the crest of a favorite golf club – each Titleist golf ball that goes through the custom process is cared for by this talented family of Titleist associates.

And with this impressive operation in our own backyard, we had to bring you an insider’s view of Titleist’s Custom Golf Ball facility and see our amazing team at work.

It was an eye-opening experience for us and we hope you enjoy getting to know our team and the process a little better.

FAST FACT: Titleist first began personalizing golf balls in the early 1940’s.  In the more than 70 years since those first simple imprints, Titleist’s customization capabilities have advanced to the point where complex logo replication and faithful reproduction of color photography is now achieved daily on the #1 Ball in Golf.

We've reached the Top-5 in our countdown and because we're always looking to improve our scores, we're shining the spotlight on a couple favorite tips from our exclusive 18 Shots series. In the #5 spot, we bring you some great advice from Titleist Staff Professionals Michael Breed and Martin Hall.

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18 Shots Presented by Titleist: Michael Breed on Hitting from Uneven Lies

Not every lie on the golf course is perfectly flat and golfers need to know how to adjust to all kinds of situations to help encourage a confident swing.

As Titleist Staff Professional Michael Breed tells us in this latest edition of 18 Shots Presented by Titleist, it's important to adjust your alignment, stance and grip to compensate for an uneven lie.

In this tip, Michael focuses on how to approach a shot when faced with a lie above your feet. A few of his keys... grip down and aim right of the target to ensure solid contact and better control.

Bring this shot to the course and click on the image below for even more great tips and advice for your game.

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18 Shots Presented by Titleist: Ball Above Feet with Martin Hall

You’ve probably heard in the past that if the golf ball is lying well above your feet, you can expect to see your ensuing shot draw or hook toward your target. However, did you know that the loft of the club plays an extremely important role in the resulting direction of your shot?

As Titleist Staff Professional and Director of Instruction at Ibis Golf and Country Club Martin Hall explains, higher lofted clubs will usually have a more dramatic effect on ball flight and direction than lower lofted clubs.

In our latest episode of 18 Shots Presented by Titleist, Martin demonstrates how to adjust your setup and alignment to stay on target when facing this challenging shot.

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The countdown rolls on and at #6 on our list, we take a behind-the-scenes look at the golf ball prototype-testing phase of the development process, featuring Team Titleist members. 


Video: The Team Titleist Performance Golf Ball Testing Experience

On the list of our favorite activities here at Team Titleist, testing prototype golf balls is definitely at the top. So when the R&D team knocks on our door, seeking Team Titleist members for a new test panel, we get right to work.

Involving Team Titleist members in the prototype-testing phase is a critical part of our player testing and performance validation activities. The feedback we receive is essential to helping us along the path to developing the best performing golf balls in the game.

 Most recently, R&D asked us to set another test panel in motion for what we would later find out to be prototype versions of the new Titleist NXT Tour, NXT Tour S, Velocity and DT SoLo golf balls. We hit the road with our cameras in tow, excited to spend time with Team Titleist members and hear exactly what they're looking for in a golf ball.

Check out the video above to hear what some of our fellow Team Titleist members had to say about the experience.

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