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Posted: March 18, 2011
We'd like to thank all of the Team Titleist members that logged in for our recent Titleist Golf Clubs Live Webcast, hosted by Dan Stone, Vice President of Titleist Golf Club R&D, and Chris
McGinley, Vice President of Titleist Golf Club Marketing.
It was an educational and insightful 30-minute broadcast into the world of Titleist golf clubs, specifically the Titleist 910 family of metalwoods and AP irons, and you can check out all the highlights in the videos below.
In other Webcast news: Be sure to tune in on Tuesday, March 22 at 1 p.m. EST (10 a.m. PST) as Scotty Cameron will be hosting a live one-hour Webcast from the Putter
Studio. (You can submit your questions for Scotty by clicking here.)
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PART 1 (Topics: SureFit Tour hosel; Lie angle's affect on ball flight; Face angle adjustabilty.)
PART 2 (Topics: Interchangeable shafts; 910 head improvements; 910F vs. 910Fd fairway metals; Fairway wood shaft lengths.)
PART 3 (Topics: 910H hybrids; Inspiration of AP iron line; Cast vs. forged clubs.)
(Mobile users, click here: Part 1 • 2 • 3)
woodshave been seeing and hearing a lot lately about the lack of quality control in actual flex of shafs in off the rack sets. Also, lots of talk about spine alignment being inportant for distance and direction control. Do ypur off the rack clubs have tight tolerances on stiffness? Do you align the spines at 3 or 9 o'clock in assemby. If not can this be done at some cost? Is it worth the cost. I am a 68 year old ,19 to 22 handicapper, wanting to improve my game. I am considering replacing a 6 yr old set of irons, 5 y.o. driver, 4 y.o. hybrids, & 2 y.o. fairway (3&5). My irons, hybrids and driver are senior flex and fairway woods are standard flex. I play 2 days a week. Any input wood be appreciated.
wrote on March 21, 2011