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Posted: July 1, 2013
CLICK IMAGE TO LAUNCH GALLERYHigh MOI, Perimeter Stability Weighted Putter Available Worldwide Aug. 1
Master Craftsman Scotty Cameron’s commitment to the creative process and collaborating with the best players in the world helped lay the groundwork for the new Scotty Cameron by Titleist Futura X putter. Futura X is a high MOI, modern mallet design with advanced perimeter weighting that provides exceptional stability and forgiveness with solid feel.
The new Futura X, available worldwide beginning Aug. 1, is the direct result of Cameron’s extensive work with Titleist Brand Ambassador Adam Scott, who used a prototype version of the putter in winning the 2013 Masters Tournament. Scott, who has been using Cameron putters for more than a decade, calls Futura X “the most stable putter I have ever played.”
Precision milled from high grade 6061 aluminum, the unique Futura X design combines a rear balance bar with deep heel-toe weights plus perimeter weighting under the face. The resulting deep CG provides stability throughout the stroke, while the perimeter weighting adds forgiveness and solid feel. The result is unmatched stability and a great roll.
“I like to describe Futura X as a lethargic putter, for those golfers that need a slow, steady stroke that doesn’t jump around a lot,” said Cameron, whose putters have been the No. 1 choice of players on the PGA Tour since 1997 and counting. “It’s the perfect design for Adam, and will give confidence to all golfers that want stability during the stroke and less hand manipulation.”
Futura X features four stainless heel-toe weights, two 20-gram weights on the rear balance bar and two adjustable sole weights (configured depending on the length) in the front corners of the putter under the face.
The overall headweight of Futura X is 20 grams heavier than a standard Cameron Select putter, resulting in a swingweight of E8. However, since much of the weight is located behind the axis of the shaft and not directly under the golfer’s hands, the Futura X feels stable but not heavy during the stroke.
“Futura X is what I call a ‘force balanced’ design,” Cameron said. “While the putter has a near-face balanced shaft configuration that would normally produce a slight toe hang, there’s so much weight off the back of the putter that it forces the face to hang flat. The rear balance bar allows us to add considerable weight a fairly long distance away from the shaft axis, which is really what drives the high MOI.”
Said Scott: “The new Futura X is the most stable putter I have ever played. I worked with Scotty and his team at the Studio for many hours at the end of last year and we worked hard to get it right. Even when I began to play it on Tour at the beginning of 2013, we were still tweaking the original design right up until I won with it at the Masters. It was definitely a long process and I provided considerable feedback based on my performance with it under the gun.
“For me, the key to the performance of the putter is the perfect combination of perimeter weighting, high MOI and solid feel. I have more confidence in my stroke with this putter because of its design. Scotty determined the best positions for both the fixed and adjustable weights so the head would remain stable throughout the stroke. I have never had more confidence in a putter or my stroke than I do right now with the new Futura X.”
Futura X is offered in standard lengths of 33, 34 and 35 inches. A double-bend, stepless steel shaft with one shaft of offset provides a square, technical visual at address.
The putter has a Frozen Titanium finish that helps reduce glare, two black sightlines and red cherry-dot weights in the sole and balance bar. The mid-milled face texture draws a crisp sound from the aluminum face and body.
PRICE AND AVAILABILITY: Futura X has an MSRP of $375. Standard length models (33, 34 and 35 inches) are available worldwide through Titleist authorized golf shops beginning Aug. 1, 2013.
ON THE WEB: www.scottycameron.com
• STABILITY through the stroke from the deep, perimeter weighted balance bar and high MOI design.
• SOLID FEEL AND FORGIVENESS at impact from the perimeter sole weights placed under the face.
• MINIMUM TOE FLOW through the stroke from the deep weights that create a force balanced face.
• PRECISION MILLED 6061 aluminum body with T-shaped sight lines for easy alignment.
• IMPROVED SOUND from the mid milled face texture.
• SQUARE SET UP and appearance from the stepless shaft with technical double bend.
• REFINED COSMETICS with a Frozen Titanium finish and red-dot graphics.
• PISTOLERO GRIP with pistol shape for a stable feel in your hands.
RH Lengths: 33’’, 34’’, 35’’
LH Lengths: 33’’, 34’’, 35’’
Head Material: 6061 T6 Aluminum
Offset: One shaft
Toe Flow: Minimum
• All models available in 1/2” lengths from 33”-35.5” (standard). Some lengths are custom order only.
• Futura X available in heavy configurations from 34”H-35.5”H.
• Custom Loft +/-1° Custom Lie +/-2°.
• Additional options available through the Scotty Cameron Custom Shop at www.scottycameron.com.
Posted: April 19, 2013
FAIRHAVEN, Mass. – Titleist adds a new option in long game performance with the introduction of 712U, a forged utility iron that provides high speed, traditional blade iron players with improved playability and shot control.
Engineered with a deep center of gravity (CG) position for a higher moment of inertia (MOI), Titleist 712U delivers increased stability and playability versus a traditional long iron while providing enhanced trajectory and spin control versus a hybrid.
A result of extensive research and tour player testing conducted by the Titleist Golf Club R&D team, 712U features a wider, camber sole design that promotes clean turf interaction and is effective for a variety of attack angles, making the club more versatile when trying to hit high or low shots. 712U also uses a tapered-tip iron shaft for additional trajectory control.
712U utilizes a forged, hollow body 1025 steel construction with a high-speed 455 steel face insert to provide the performance, looks and feel that have made Titleist irons the No. 1 choice of players across the worldwide professional tours.
Offered in 2-iron (18º), 3-iron (21º) and 4-iron (24º) lofts, 712U utility irons are available by custom order beginning May 15.
First introduced on the PGA Tour late last year, 712U is already the most played utility iron model on the PGA Tour through the first 14 events of the 2013 season. 712U models can currently be found in the bags of tour pros like Adam Scott (2-iron), Tim Clark (4-iron) and Geoff Ogilvy (2-iron) – players who prefer a utility iron over a hybrid as an alternative to traditional long irons.
“I don’t like the look of hybrids, but the 712U (2-iron) looks great at address,” said Ogilvy. “It is a bit stronger than a 2-iron, it goes farther than a 2-iron and it’s easy to hit. It feels great, performs how I need it to, and I like having it in my bag.”
“During the development of 712U, we worked closely with our tour players to design a utility iron that delivers a great combination of consistency and control,” said Steve Pelisek, General Manager, Titleist Golf Clubs. “The deeper CG results in a higher MOI that increases stability at impact, helping players achieve more consistent distance and trajectory control, whether hitting shots high or low.
“With the 712U being so well received out on tour, we decided to make the club available through custom order for those players that need or prefer this type of long game yardage and trajectory solution,” Pelisek said.
The 712U has a traditional profile with a rounded back design that is preferred in the address position over cavity back long irons with more offset. Players will gain added confidence at address from a club head that is slightly larger than the 2-iron, 3-iron and 4-iron Titleist MB and CB (712 Series) models.
The club is chrome plated and features a satin finish.
PRICE AND AVAILABILITY: The new Titleist 712U is available by custom order only beginning May 15 with a suggested base retail price of $235 (MAP: $209) with a steel shaft and $259 (MAP: $229) with a graphite shaft. Custom up-charges may apply.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS:
• IMPROVED LONG IRON product for the high speed, traditional blade iron player.• DISTANCE WITH CONTROL from the forged, hollow body construction with a high-speed steel face insert.• INCREASED STABILITY versus traditional blade irons from the deep CG that provides a higher MOI.• IMPROVED GROUND INTERACTION from the camber sole design that accommodates various attack angles.• PREFERRED LOOKS AND FEEL from the traditional profile, rounded back design and forged construction.
712U 2-iron:• Loft: 18º• Lie: 59.5º• Offset: 0.170"• Bounce: 0º• Stnd Length: 39.50"• Swingweight: D3
712U 3-iron:• Loft: 21º• Lie: 60.5º• Offset: 0.160"• Bounce: 0º• Stnd Length: 39.00"• Swingweight: D3
712U 4-iron:• Loft: 24º• Lie: 61.5º• Offset: 0.150"• Bounce: 0º• Stnd Length: 38.50"• Swingweight: D3
Posted: March 14, 2013
Spring is right around the corner and as we begin to thaw out, golfers across the country are gearing up for the start of the new season. This year is particularly special, because it marks the first rounds we'll play with the new 2013 Pro V1 and 2013 Pro V1x golf balls. To get the season off on the right foot, we're excited to announce a special offer for our Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x loyalists.To say thank you for trusting your game to Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls, we are currently offering golfers one (1) dozen free with the purchase of three (3) dozen or more Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf balls.* Golfers who take part in this promotion also have the opportunity to choose one of two customization options for their Pro V1 or Pro V1x orders: Option #1: Standard Play Numbers with Free Personalization (Imprint only; logos not available under this promotion).
Option #2: Double Digit Play Numbers with Personalization (Please note: An additional fee may apply - for more information, contact your local authorized Titleist golf ball retailer).
Orders can be placed by visiting any authorized Titleist golf ball retailer. To locate an authorized dealer in your area, please visit our golf shop locator at this link.*This promotion runs from March 14 to April 14, 2013 in U.S. only.
Posted: February 26, 2013
FAIRHAVEN, Mass. – Craftsmanship, performance and validation by the game’s best players provide the foundation for Master Craftsman Scotty Cameron’s newest creations, the Select GoLo 5 and GoLo S5 putters.
Available March 1, the racy mallet-style Select GoLo 5 and GoLo S5 are the newest additions to the Scotty Cameron by Titleist Select line of putters, epitomizing Cameron’s commitment to working with the best players in the world and incorporating their feedback into his designs. Since 1997 and counting, more players on the PGA Tour have trusted Scotty Cameron Fine Milled putters than any other putter.
Scotty Cameron Select GoLo 5 and GoLo S5 putters have a compact, elegantly rounded profile with a racy soleplate and Select Weighting technology for modern balance and stability.
The head design is about 10 percent smaller than the popular Select GoLo and GoLo S models, a result of Cameron’s research and testing with players on the worldwide professional tours and in his Putter Studio in California. The slightly asymmetric back profile with a pulled in heel and the contained cavity sight lines encourage a flowing stroke along the ideal arc.
Two neck configurations – GoLo 5 with a single bend shaft and GoLo S5 with a straight, near center shaft – provide options for appearance and dynamic feel, and toe flow.
“Working with the best players in the world gives me incredible feedback,” Cameron said. “The GoLo 5 and S5 are the results of that feedback for a slightly smaller head, but with the look, feel and performance of the incredibly popular GoLo. For many players the compact setup instills the confidence and control to make a flowing stroke, and hole more putts.”
Like each model in the Select putter family, GoLo 5 and GoLo S5 have a deep milled face that contributes to a softer feel and sound. Each Select putter also features a tour-validated Black Mist finish for a rich, dark, glare-free look. Race-car inspired cherry dot graphics in the back and cherry dot weights in the sole help create a modern but timeless look.
The Select family now features five modern blade models (Newport, Newport 1.5, Newport 2, Notchback, Newport 2.6), four mallets (GoLo, GoLo S, GoLo5, GoLo S5), three mid lengths (Newport 2 Mid, GoLo Mid, GoLo S Mid), and two long options (Big Sur, Big Sur S).
Refined Design: Precisely engineered surfaces and edges with elegant lines and blends. Refined Cosmetics: Framed, double milled red-dot graphics. Framed, double beveled sole weights. Precision Milled Body: CNC milled soft 303 stainless steel.
Deep Face Mill: Provides a soft, tour-preferred feel and sound.
Black Mist Finish: Rich, dark, glare free black finish combined with red-dot graphics to create a timeless look.
Select Weighting: Heel-toe weighting perfectly matched to the shaft length or player’s feel preference.
Draft Sole: Triple angled sole for square set up with camber for a smooth takeaway.
Stepless Shaft: Provides a clean, uninterrupted address appearance.
Pistolero Grip: Black pistol grip with dancing Cameron logo for a stable feel in a golfer’s hands.
PRICE AND AVAILABILITY: The Scotty Cameron GoLo 5 and GoLo 5S will ship to golf shops beginning March 1, 2013, with a suggested retail price of $375 (MAP: $349).
ON THE WEB: https://www.scottycameron.com/
PRODUCT IMAGES: https://titleist.imagerelay.com/sb/da85f1c2-7ffc-4e65-81e4-cd1bb40d1bd5
Standard Loft: 4°Standard Lie: 71°RH Stock Lengths: 33”, 34”, 35” (GoLo 5, GoLo S5)LH Stock Lengths: 34” (GoLo 5 only)Custom Lengths: 33” - 35” (in 0.25” increments)Custom Heavy configurations availableGoLo 5 Neck: single bendGoLo 5 Offset: 3/4 shaftGoLo S5 Neck: straightGoLo S5 Offset: none
Posted: February 12, 2013
FAIRHAVEN, Mass. (Jan. 24, 2013) – Personalization meets performance with Master Craftsman Bob Vokey’s newest addition to the WedgeWorks Exclusives lineup, the Titleist Vokey Design TVD-K.
The Vokey TVD-K, available this March through WedgeWorks on Vokey.com, is the result of Vokey’s recent work with PGA Tour players such as Adam Scott, Jason Dufner and Ben Crane to develop a sole that is playable in a variety of conditions.
TVD (“Tour Van Design”) models are built with the same unparalleled craftsmanship and technology that have made Titleist Vokey Design wedges the #1 wedge on the PGA Tour since 2004 and the most played wedge at every level of competitive golf.
Vokey TVD-K wedges are available in three loft/bounce combinations (56.12º, 58.10º and 60.10º) and two new finishes (California Chrome and Graphite Ion), to go along with all of the personalization options available through WedgeWorks. The TVD-K 56º features a wider, more cambered sole than any of the sand wedges available in the Vokey Design SM4 lineup. The wider sole makes the TVD-K 56º a very playable club from the bunker. The 58º and 60º TVD-K models feature a full sole with higher bounce, suitable for neutral to digger swing types in a variety of conditions.
All WedgeWorks TVD models (TVD-M and TVD-K) feature the maximum-performing Vokey SM4 grooves, featuring 100-percent inspected, tight tolerance, aggressive groove edges at the limits allowed by the Rules of Golf.
“The TVD-K is the evolution of the TK grind that we had on tour and as a limited release in WedgeWorks,” Vokey said. “It has a wider sole, with more camber. It has enough bounce to be very forgiving out of the bunkers but still allows shotmaking around the greens. It’s been popular with a lot of guys I’ve worked with on Tour including Adam, Jason and Ben.”
Every wedge in the Exclusives line is fully customizable and built by Vokey and his team in Carlsbad, Calif. WedgeWorks gives golfers the opportunity to craft wedges that fit both their game and personality – from length, lie and loft, to toe engraving, personalized stamping, paintfill, grips, shafts, ferrules and shaftbands.
“WedgeWorks has been a dream come true for me,” said Vokey. “For the first time we have Tour, R&D and Custom in one place. We take our influence from the Tour and try to constantly improve by offering more custom features and options to the wedge enthusiast.”
LOFT/BOUNCE COMBINATIONS: Vokey TVD-K wedges are available in three loft/bounce combinations: 56.12º, 58.10º and 60.10º. Available in both RH and LH.
NEW FINISHES: TVD-K models feature two exclusive finishes, the plated California Chrome or the unplated Graphite Ion (pictured).
PRICE AND AVAILABILITY: Vokey WedgeWorks Exclusives TVD-K wedges will be available in March through WedgeWorks on Vokey.com or by custom order, with a suggested retail price of $160 plus personalization packages. Please see Vokey.com/wedgeworks for complete options and pricing information.
ON THE WEB: http://www.vokey.com/wedgeworks/