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5 years ago
5 years ago
I have a set to Titlettes. They have a slight cavity back. They only say Titlette on the back and the sole. The leading edge is rounded. they have a PW for sale on Ebay. that is the same thing. I really need to know what year that they were made. I would also like to try and get a 3 iron and any other wedges that they made for that set. thanks for any help that i can get
Hi Alan -
The Titlette Ladies Irons were produced from 1970 -1977, then again in 1984 - 1988. Based on your reference I believe you have the cavity back model produced from 1984 -1988. This ladies set was not offered with a 3 iron or SW for the set. The set make-up consisted of 3 woods and 7 irons (4-PW).
thank you for the information ! I will try to get the woods to complete the set. I am a NF-2 club builder and love to rework old clubs and take them to the course and try to shoot a round in the 70's and then put them up and try to find another set to do the same thing with. Thanks again ! Alan
4 years ago
Titlettes I have a set of the wedges sand and pitching wedge blade type I assume that would be from 70's? Pitching Wedge(gold lettering) and Sand Wedge (red lettering) on sole. "Titlette" over "by acushnet on back"
3 years ago
Hello, I also have a set of right handed Titlette irons(3-PW) in good conditions. I was wanting to get some info on these like model, year, and relative value. I have pics available. Thanks for any info. Robert Livas