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Posted: November 29, 2013
The Holiday Season is in full swing and if you're looking to climb to the top of the gift giving leaderboard this year, Team Titleist is here to help.
Sinking a 15-footer for birdie or scrambling for par can be hard, but giving (or getting) the perfect gift doesn’t have to be. So skip the giftcard, fruit basket or ties and give your favorite golfer (or golfers) the gift that top's every wish list - Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf balls.
It’s the gift that keeps spirits high and scores low. And when you purchase a dozen Pro V1 or Pro V1x golf balls, ask about a special offer from Titleist.
Also, just in case you missed it, from now until Dec. 31, 2013, personalization charges will be waived on all orders of Titleist Pro V1, Pro V1x, NXT Tour, NXT Tour S, Velocity and DT SoLo golf balls. Free personalization is also available on custom orders of Pro V1 and Pro V1x with double-digit play numbers (00 and 10-99).
Personalization includes up to three lines of block text (17 characters per line) imprinted on each golf ball in black, blue, green, red or pink ink. Popular choices include names, nicknames, initials, holiday greetings, congratulations and inspirational messages. Twitter usernames (i.e., @Titleist) and hashtags (i.e., #TeamTitleist) are also growing in popularity.
Individual numbers are also available on NXT Tour and NXT Tour S (1-4); Velocity (1-4 or 00, 11, 22, 33); and DT SoLo (1-4) models.
The #1 ball in golf is also the #1 gift in golf, particularly when it comes with a personal touch.
The minimum order for free personalization is just one dozen. Stop by your local authorized Titleist golf shop to place an order and visit our golf shop locator to find the shop closest to you: http://www.titleist.com/find-a-golf-shop.
In the meantime, check out the promotion details below.
2013 Titleist Custom Holiday Promotion Details (U.S. customers only)*
Posted: November 26, 2013
Your tee shot was pure, and you're thinking birdie as you move from tee box to the fairway. But when you arrive at your ball, the resulting lie has your front foot several inches below your back foot.
The fantasy of a wedge and a kick-in is now replaced with just preventing a bogey.
We asked Pro V1x loyalist Louis Oosthuizen to help us level our stance, and our heads, for this tough shot.
Louis told us that he sees most amateurs make the mistake of distributing their weight on their rear foot.
"You need to put your weight on your (lead) foot, to make sure you get everything level to the ball, to make sure you make good contact with the ball."
Watch the video above to see what else Louis has to say about alignment, to turn this shot into a highlight in your next round.
Posted: November 22, 2013
Drum roll please... We're excited to announce the winners of our Team Titleist Oceanside Experience - meet Tom Parker and his friend Brett Lee.
As the grand prize winners, they'll be packing their bags to join us at the Titleist Performance Institute in Oceanside, CA for a full-line fitting session with our expert fitters. And once the fitting is complete, we'll be building both Tom and Brett a complete bag of the latest high performance Titleist equipment to ensure they are dialed-in for the coming season.
Thank you again to every Team Titleist member who entered the sweepstakes. We really enjoyed reading the different stories and seeing how much passion there is for this game that bonds all of us together.
In the meantime, check out Tom's story below:
Brett Lee and I have been friends since we were 12 and 14 years old respectively. We played golf together for the first time in the summer of 1969. We grew up in a small town in NC at a semi-private golf club. During high school we worked at the golf course and played together several times a week when we were not working in the golf shop or on the course.
We have performed almost every job at a golf facility; painting, pulling crabgrass from greens by hand, aerification, mowing, raking bunkers, cleaning restrooms, and stocking soft drink machines. We did whatever the owner of the facility told us to do.
Growing up in the 1960's and 70's was a much different experience compared to today. We continue to laugh and talk about all those great times at the golf course where we grew up. We learned a lot about life and the value of good relationships.
We lost contact with each other after college until 1986. Since then we have stayed in touch with each other even though we live 5 hours apart. We have celebrated our marriages, celebrated the birth of our children, and endured the death of friends and parents together.
Since 1993, we take an annual golf trip to the beach with 6 other guys; all from our hometown. We both maintain a handicap around 3. The game of golf first introduced us to each other 44 years ago and it continues to be the bond that strengthens our relationship.
There is no other person (other than my wife, of course) that I would rather share this unique experience with than my best friend Brett Lee.
- Tom Parker
Congratulations, Tom and Brett! We look forward to seeing you at Oceanside.
Posted: November 21, 2013
So, you find yourself off the green, needing to lob your Titleist golf ball relatively high in the air to end up near the pin.
We know this shot can make even the most skilled wedge player second-guess themselves.
So, we asked our friends at Titleist Performance Institute to provide some help. Their Advisory Board Member, PGA Professional James Sieckmann, says the easiest way is not necessarily the best-known.
"It's opposite of what a lot of people think. If you are going to hit it high, you need to lower the handle...the more you lower the handle, the more loft is added to the club," says James.
Check out the video to see what else James advises on the setup and swing for this shot. And for more drills and exercises for your golf game, head over to http://www.myTPI.com.
Posted: November 19, 2013
Playing in the wind can be challenging for any player. So, we arranged a meeting with Titleist Brand Ambassador Tim Clark, who offered to provide some help.
Tim has long been known as one the most accurate players on Tour and he's made a living charging up leaderboards when the wind starts to howl. As Tim told us, a big key to playing in the wind is keeping the ball flight down.
To achieve this lower ball flight, Tim shifts most of his weight to his left side (closest to the target) and then focuses on his second key - proper hand action.
"I like to keep my hands very dead. There’s not a lot of hand work in this swing."
The next time is up and you need to keep the ball low, take Tim's advice and flight your ball down to help control your shots and hopefully lower your scores.