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Posted: May 16, 2007
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.
This is unlikely. More likely is that these clubs may be counterfeits. Be sure to always purchase your Titleist equipment from an <a href="www.titleist.com/locator.aspx" rel="nofollow">Authorized Titleist Golf Shop</a>.
wrote on March 4, 2008
I want a 64° Vokey Spin Milled wedge but people tell me it's impossible to get unless you can get it from the Tour Van. Would it be possible to buy from the van?
wrote on March 9, 2008
<a href="www.titleist.com/.../" rel="nofollow">Vokey Design wedges</a> are not currently offered in 64° lofts. We do not sell clubs directly to consumers from the Titleist Tour Van.
wrote on March 11, 2008
I have a set of CB irons with no logo on them. They have only the numbers on the sole of the irons with a serial number 1001891 on the hosel of the 6-iron. Are these Tour irons?
wrote on July 15, 2008
The hosel code you referenced matches a custom club order for 690CB irons. Please consult with whomever you purchased the clubs from to determine what happened to the stampings on the clubheads.
wrote on July 18, 2008
Hello! I am a certified club repair technician and golf equipment nut. I have been involved with the game of golf for almost 20 years and have always searched for the perfect golf job. I am VERY curious to find out how I could obtain a job as a field technician on a tour van. Thanks! Hit 'em well!
wrote on July 28, 2008
Stock Titleist irons are serialized only on the 6-iron, whereas those ordered through our custom department are serialized on each club. It is likely that your clubs are legitimate.
wrote on October 4, 2008
I bought a set of 735.CMs off of Ebay and they only came with one serial number on the 6-iron. The rest of the clubs do not have serial numbers. I went to a golf shop by my house and he had some used Titleist irons of a different model and they to only had the serial number on the 6 iron. My friend's 735.CMs have the serial number on each club. Do you think mine are fake?
Where can I find the small plastic plugs that go into the bottom of the golf club heads? I am replacing the shafts on a set of 735.CMs and would like to have some available in case I need them. Thanks in advance!
wrote on October 6, 2008
Shaft plugs for finishing thru-bore irons can be purchased from most stores that carry club building or repairing supplies. You can also contact the Titleist Golf Club Repairs department at 1-800-742-7609 for help with getting your 735.CMs re-shafted.
wrote on October 6, 2008
I'm going to re-shaft a set of AP1s with Dynamic Gold X100s. In pulling the True Temper DG SL shafts, I noticed a plastic plug in the shaft tip. Can you explain what it is and why it was used? Do I need to plug the end of the new shafts? Were they used to stabilize or center the shaft upon installation? Thanks!
wrote on October 29, 2008
The plugs are called feel intensifiers, and Titleist uses them in the steel shafts to dampen vibration. You do not need them when re-shafting your set and this will not effect the playability.
wrote on November 3, 2008
Can you tell me about the Diamana Blue shafts made in China and made in Japan? Do both have different specs? How could I know which is made in China and which is made in Japan? Which one will work better for the new 909D2?
wrote on December 1, 2008
We recommend contacting Mitsubishi Rayon directly for the answers to your questions.
wrote on December 1, 2008
Hi - I just got 3 wedges from EBAY and I am wondering what the best way is to tell if they are counterfeit or not. I notice that they had a sticker on it saying that it was assembled in China but shaft has come from the US any insight would be great.
wrote on May 22, 2009
The best way to ensure that your Titleist golf clubs are legitimate is to purchase them from an Authorized Titleist Golf Shop.
wrote on May 26, 2009
Hi...why do my 52° and my 60° Vokey 200 Series wedges not have a serial number and my 56° does? The 56° is a non-glare finish with white script Titleist and the 52 and 60 are shiny chrome and have black script Titleist...can you tell me the story?
Thanks for any light you may shed on this mystery.
wrote on June 30, 2009
Where is the serial number on a 907D1 driver?
wrote on July 11, 2009
Serial number on a 907D1 is laser etched on the heel of the clubhead.
wrote on July 14, 2009
Hi, my mate offered me to buy his 60 degree vokey from him, but I've noticed there is no serial number anywhere to be seen on the club, do all vokeys have serial numbers or are there exceptions?
wrote on October 15, 2009