Real or Fake?

Hi Neil

Thanks very much for you help and very prompt reply. As usual excellent customer service from Titleist.

That is exactly the spec they are so all good. Is there anyway I can register that they now belong to me or is there no need?

Andy

Hi Andy,

I believe you can register them on the website or you can simply update your profile on Team Titleist. The purpose of this is more to ensure that you have an accessible record of your specs in the future.

Thanks

Hi Luke,

The serial number 929549 relates to a set of 710 AP1, 4-P, Proj X 5.5, 0.25" longer, 2 deg up.

Thanks

Hi Fraser,

The serial number 469828 relates to a set of ZM irons, 3-P, Rifle 6.5 shafts, 0.5" longer, 1 deg strong, 1 deg up.

Thanks

Thanks so much

kind regards

Luke
On 1 Feb 2013, at 10:55, NeilJ, Team Titleist Manager wrote:

Hi Luke,

The serial number 929549 relates to a set of 710 AP1, 4-P, Proj X 5.5, 0.25" longer, 2 deg up.

Thanks

Thanks Neil really helpful to find this out, I knew they were +0.5 and was sure they were just a fraction stiffer than the 6.0's in my other set.

No idea that they were a degree strong tho.

Knowing the specs somehow gives me more confidence in knowing what i'm hitting.

So. You mentioned earlier that clubs that are not custom may not have serial numbers. Just got a 913 d2 driver with no serial numbers. Is it fake or real?