Posted: November 16, 2011
The first shipments of our latest and most advanced family of Titleist irons are en route to golf shops around the world. If you're interested in learning more about the technology that goes into making the most advanced irons for serious golfers, you won't want to miss this exclusive opportunity to get the inside scoop straight from the Titleist Golf Club R&D team.Join us this Friday, November 18th from 4:00 to 4:45 p.m. EST (1:00 to 1:45 p.m. PST) for a live webcast hosted by Dan Stone, Vice President of Titleist Golf Club R&D, and Chris
McGinley, Vice President of Titleist Golf Club Marketing as they will be sitting down with Team Titleist to take a closer look at the new AP1, AP2, CB and MB irons (712 series). They'll also be answering questions from Team Titleist members, so make sure you submit your questions for the
team by leaving a comment below.
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Thanks – we look forward to to seeing you on Friday!
WEBCAST DETAILS:Date: Friday, November 18thTime: 4:00 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. EST (1:00 to 1:45 p.m. PST)
As one of five players competing on on home soil this weekend at the Presidents Cup in Australia, Titleist Brand Ambassador Adam Scott has a pretty good idea what to expect when things officially kick off Thursday at Royal Melbourne Golf Club.
"To be in the Presidents Cup down there is going to be as big as it gets for golf," said Adam, who is playing this week in his fifth Presidents Cup.
In the above video, Adam gives Team Titleist an overview of what to expect at Royal Melbourne, from the challenging greens to the passionate fans. Check it out.
Posted: November 11, 2011
Titleist Brand Ambassador Gary Woodland may be best known for how far he can hit his Titleist 910D3 driver, but his most significant swings of 2011 came with his Scotty Cameron Newport 2 GSS putter and his Titleist MB 4-iron.During the final round of the Transitions Championship in March, Gary stood over his Pro V1 golf ball on Innisbrook Resort's 18th green, needing to make an 11-footer for par to remain atop the leader board with only one group behind him.Gary rolled his Pro V1 into the middle of the cup, fist-pumping what would eventually be the putt that won him his first PGA Tour title.
It was a "perfect" 4-iron in the middle of January, however, that may have been the most important shot of the year.
Gary breaks down both shots in the above video. For a replay of his game-winning putt at Transitions, check out the video below (1:48 mark).