Titleist 913 Woods-

Matt S

Hey Team Titleist- with the success of the R11 and the Burner (white headed drivers) and the new R11s and RBZ drivers coming out,are there any plans to produce any white headed Titleist drivers similar to the look of the S3 limited release drivers???? That would be AWESOME!

23 Replies

  1. Jerry S

    Yes, we Titleist loyalists would like to take advantage of the technological superiority of white paint. ;-)
  2. Cameron D

    Matt,

    There are no plans to make any white drivers or metal woods in the future. 

    Cameron

    1-888-TITLEIST

  3. Drewber

    Thank God. White clubs are not classy at all. The traditional black color is one of the signatures that Titleist has and I want it to stay that way. Never would a classy company such as this one give into a Taylormade idea that is just a pathetic way to be different.

  4. Moxen

    Drewber

    Thank God. White clubs are not classy at all. The traditional black color is one of the signatures that Titleist has and I want it to stay that way. Never would a classy company such as this one give into a Taylormade idea that is just a pathetic way to be different.

    I couldn't have said it any better.  Please, please, please don't quit making the classic profile black drivers!

  5. David Browning

    Cameron D

    Matt,

    There are no plans to make any white drivers or metal woods in the future. 

    Cameron

    1-888-TITLEIST

     

    Thank you very much for saying this. In all honesty, if Titleist every switched from "traditional" looking clubs, and went white, etc., I'd have to reconsider my equipment options.

  6. Marc J

    Jerry S

    Yes, we Titleist loyalists would like to take advantage of the technological superiority of white paint. ;-)

    HA!  Love the sarcasm. 

  7. Marc J

    Drewber

    Thank God. White clubs are not classy at all. The traditional black color is one of the signatures that Titleist has and I want it to stay that way. Never would a classy company such as this one give into a TM idea that is just a pathetic way to be different.

    Hey, let's not fault TM from using appearance and gimmicks to make up for the horrible sound of their drivers at impact - no matter how misguided their attempt is.

  8. Don O

    If not using a can of white spray paint, I suppose Titleist will also pass on the technology of the stock 46.5 inch driver to increase distance.

  9. john b

    I applaud Titleist for not following the silly white club trend. One problem I do have is Titleist labeling the D3 model as "deep" face. It's deeper than the D2 but not very deep compared to some TM or Adams offerings. My question is will Titleist be bringing a significantly deeper faced driver to the market? Many thanks.
  10. Tyler Stahle

    I agree with everyone else. Don't put white on a classy driver. You should put a mat black finish on your woods and drivers.

  11. Chris S

    Cameron D

    Matt,

    There are no plans to make any white drivers or metal woods in the future. 

    Cameron

    1-888-TITLEIST

    My thoughts exactly.

  12. Spezza

    Thank you for that phewwwww!

  13. Joshua J

    Don O

    If not using a can of white spray paint, I suppose Titleist will also pass on the technology of the stock 46.5 inch driver to increase distance.

    I don't think this company is falling into the same rut as TM and others by making a stock driver that long. Very few players can hit a driver that long consistently and I've heard a high number of Titleist drivers are custom fit to the person anyway. 

  14. pulplvr

    If you haven't already done so, check out the sneak preview of the new 913 drivers that Titleist will be fielding to the tour pros at the AT&T this week.  Some sweet cosmetic changes--including the new head cover.  Am interested in finding out what technological changes have been made, as well.  What will the pros say?

  15. Don O

    Don O

    If not using a can of white spray paint, I suppose Titleist will also pass on the technology of the stock 46.5 inch driver to increase distance.

    It was actually tongue in cheek - if I could hit a competitor's 5I, I wouldn't need my 4H.  ...Since the specifications for 5I match the Titleist 4I, they should be longer (or more difficult to hit...).  Last time I checked the D2/D3 are still listed at $399 and a 48 inch competitor driver is almost half the launch price now.  Like a Brooks Brothers suit, good taste never goes out of style.

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