Alignment Sticks

I was looking at the Vokey website and saw some photos of the clubs and equipment in the bags of Charley Hoffman and Jason Duffner.  They both had 2 Titleist alignment sticks in their bags.  Does anyone know if they are available to the general public or are they for tour use only?

Mine do not say Titleist on them, but they were just $1.75 each at Lowes.  Exact same tool for the job at a cheaper rate.

IF YOU ARE NOT PARTICULAR ABOUT THEM HAVING TITLEIST ON THEM YOU CAN BUY THEM AT YOUR LOCAL HARDWARE STORE. THEY CALL THEM DRIVEWAY MARKERS. A COUPLE THREE BUCKS APIECE.

If you go to home depot or lowes you can find them.  They're reflector sticks, ask for those.  There typical use in the winter months are so people don't hit fire hydrants and curbs so they are stuck in the ground to indicate the said items position when snow is on the ground.  gl

Well don't I feel dumb now for buying two at my local golf shop two days ago for $7 each. Ha.

I got mine from a hardware store as well. They are actually driveway sticks, as was already pointed out. They do however sell golf alignment sticks at golf stores (edwin watts golf) for more money. Those are probably the ones you see in the pro bags.

Todd L

I was looking at the Vokey website and saw some photos of the clubs and equipment in the bags of Charley Hoffman and Jason Duffner.  They both had 2 Titleist alignment sticks in their bags.  Does anyone know if they are available to the general public or are they for tour use only?

 

There was a post similar to this a while back: http://www.titleist.com/teamtitleist/team-titleist/f/8/p/2809/11186.aspx#11186 

 

I'd love to have a set of the Titleist alignment sticks! I want a set so bad, that...I just grabbed some markers at my local hardware store, some select paint, my Dremel and went to work. They might not be actual Titleist alignment sticks, but, I'm still supporting the Team's traditional colors and they look great in the bag. They're also straight as an arrow, which leads me to...if you do decide to go to your local hardware store to buy some markers, always double check to see how straight they are. Some of them are bent up pretty bad. Hopefully, someday, our good `ol family at Titleist will make them available for us Titleist loyalist!

  • David Browning

    Todd L

    I was looking at the Vokey website and saw some photos of the clubs and equipment in the bags of Charley Hoffman and Jason Duffner.  They both had 2 Titleist alignment sticks in their bags.  Does anyone know if they are available to the general public or are they for tour use only?

     

    There was a post similar to this a while back: http://www.titleist.com/teamtitleist/team-titleist/f/8/p/2809/11186.aspx#11186 

     

    I'd love to have a set of the Titleist alignment sticks! I want a set so bad, that...I just grabbed some markers at my local hardware store, some select paint, my Dremel and went to work. They might not be actual Titleist alignment sticks, but, I'm still supporting the Team's traditional colors and they look great in the bag. They're also straight as an arrow, which leads me to...if you do decide to go to your local hardware store to buy some markers, always double check to see how straight they are. Some of them are bent up pretty bad. Hopefully, someday, our good `ol family at Titleist will make them available for us Titleist loyalist!

My bag with Sears sticks.  $1.75

Can only see one.  They work fine.   Spraying is a good idea David.

Deno

Check out the TPI Store, Holiday Gifts...  Titleist Alignment Sticks.

Deno

My bag with Sears sticks.  $1.75

Can only see one.  They work fine.   Spraying is a good idea David.

Deno

 

It is! They look pretty good too.  I'll take some pictures later and post them on here.

Thanks for the direction everyone.  I appreciate the links and found them on the TPI site.  We have a great community here at Team Titleist!

I know that there are a lot of true Titleist people out there, but many cannot always afford the true Titleist alignment sticks. Those found at Lowes, Menards and Home Depot do the job just as well. The beauty part of the commercial ones is that they are fiberglass and virtually add no weight to the bag. I carry mine all the time and when going out on the course, just take them out and leave them in the back of the ride.

ToddL

Thanks for the direction everyone.  I appreciate the links and found them on the TPI site.  We have a great community here at Team Titleist!

Todd

I picked up a pair myself.  My Sears sticks work fine, but I wouldn't want Tiltleist to slip to #2 because of me.....LOL

Deno

 

Deno - you can always return them to Sears if need be...