Inside the Titleist Tour Van

Posted: May 15, 2007

Last week from THE PLAYERS, we showed you some of the custom putter covers and grips available in the Titleist Tour Van, as well as the new Tour Van that made its debut in Korea. We thought you might be interested in a closer look at some of the other features of the Van that services the PGA Tour. Hope you enjoy...be sure to let us know if you have any questions! -- Steve Mata


Outside view of the Titleist Tour Van.


Another outside view of the Titleist Tour Van.


The #1 ball in golf...no trash talk required.


A nice place to relax or eat inside the Tour Van.


A couple of clubs on the rack ready to be worked on.


Some of the tools required to shaft and grip clubs.


More tools of the trade. Notice the stamping set behind the scale as well as the custom bending jig for the 15° 906F2.


One of the Van's bench grinders.

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Evman1023


This is likely a reaction to fertilizer on the golf course. The oxidation caused by the fertilizer should not effect the club's performance, and may even be removed with the use of common household cleaning products. If you do notice, though, that the club head begins to pit from rust, the club can be returned to our Warranty Repair Department.

Evman1023


I like a heavier swing weight on the driver (around D5),  but I also play the driver at about 44½".  Is this a possible custom option with the new 907D2?

Evman1023


This may be possible depending upon the shaft that you would like installed. Your best bet would be to contact a Titleist Golf Club Customer Service Representative to discuss the possible options.

Evman1023


What kind of background does it take to get a job on the Tour van?  What qualifications do you look for?

Evman1023


Titleist Tour Representative positions very rarely become available.  When they do, we look for someone with an expert background in club fitting and building, among many other attributes.

Evman1023


I would like to know what handicap and swing speed is best for the Titleist 755 irons. I bought the 905R six months ago and am really pleased with it. That is why I would like to purchase a set of Titleist irons. My swing speed is not very fast, I play with regular steel shafts. I am a 10 handicap, and like to work the ball around while still having slight forgiveness.

Evman1023


We're glad you like your new <a href="www.titleist.com/.../905R.asp" rel="nofollow">Pro Titanium 905R</a> driver.  To determine which of the <a href="www.titleist.com/.../" rel="nofollow">Titleist irons</a> are best suited for your game, you should consult with an <a href="www.fittingworks.com/FindaFitter.aspx" rel="nofollow">Authorized Titleist FittingWorks Partner</a>.

Evman1023


I was just wondering, I have an Oil Can Spin Milled Vokey wedge and I want to put my initials on it. If I were to do that, how much will it be. I heard from somebody that if you buy a shaft from the van then you can get free stampings, is that true?

Evman1023


This service is not currently offered.

Evman1023


Hello, I recently obtained a set of 755 irons and the serial number on this set is upside down on the 6 iron and the engraving of the numbers is a little offline. Any chance this could be a custom set from your Tour Van?