Custom fitting for new Vokey wedges.

Hi,

I live in San Diego, CA and want to be fitted for new Vokey wedges as per the protocol described in "Vokey's Notebook" on the Titleist.com/wedges site.  Can I go to the Titleist facility in Carlsbad or Oceanside, CA?  If not, Where would be the best place in or near San Diego to have this performed?

Thanks,

Joseph A.

The best place for a wedge fit would be at Oceanside where the fitters who work with Bob will conduct your fitting and will be able to dial in your wedges, bounce and grind.  Please call Team Titleist at 1-888-TITLEIST or Andy at 1-888-262-7202 to reserve an appointment. 

The cost for a Wedge fit is $200 and it takes one hour.  It will be conducted outside on the wedge tee where they will help you select the best bounce and loft for your set make up and also work with you in the bunkers to make sure you have the correct bounce and grind.

Cathi:

Thank you so much for the reply. I will be calling Andy this week to schedule my fitting, hopefully within the next week. Can't wait to have custom fitted 'Vokeys' in my bag!

Joseph Awad

You can also give us a call at Team Titleist and we can get you set up for your wedge fit.  I think you will be happy you went for a wedge fit there - do let us know how it goes.:)

Had my custom wedge fitting at the Titleist facility on April 25th 2013 with Dean. WOW! What a great experience. We spent approximately 2 hours dialing in the details of all my shots and came up with the custom specifications. I placed my order on the 26th and picked up the wedges today....... very excited.  I would just like to complement the professionalism of everyone at Titleist and thank them for truly providing me an unforgettable experience. 

I have only one complaint.  I placed the order through GOLFMART in Mission Valley, San Diego where I assume the clubs were assembled. The ferrule turning on both clubs was done sloppy and the finish has lots of scratches and was not polished very well, leaving a look of used clubs. A little disappointing in that regard, but the Titleist experience was fantastic.

  Joseph A. Awad