I was one of the luckies who was able to make the Titleist ball tour...actually the 2nd ever public tour @11 am. It was amazing, about 2 hours long but felt like 10 mins. You cannot take pics in there, so sorry for the few limited ones below. You get buzzed in and sign in, super friendly men women at the door wanting to thank you and talk golf. Then you meet fellow TT members (6 per group). I met a guy from Michigan who was super nice, a Rhode Island man, an amateur....ect. Great to see them. We watched a video with pros in it (very funny), then went throughout the plant from core material, to casing, to casting, painting, quality control, ect. All stops had friendly employees waiving and showing us the ropes...all proud of where they work and how long they have been there. Tons of hands on material as well throughout. Even a wall of autographs from tour pros thanking Titleist for aiding to their games. Finally we went back to a small shop that has TT shirts, hand forged ball markers, and dozen Pro V and X in any number (Red Sox and Yankee too). I attached pics of my haul...but they also give as a gift a ball from the plant and sticker. A true treat to attend, makes me proud to be a part and play the number 1 ball in golf. Making everything in house, in US, makes the difference, and the history of consistency shows.