Team Titleist Invitational Events: Help us pick the destinations!

Nice picture Mike!

Glad to be able to put a face to the name.

California, Texas and Florida won. I believe details is still not finalized yet. 
On Jul 24, 2013, at 7:16 AM, mark w wrote:

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Has there been any mention of which states won? When and where the events will be held?

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Any hints on when and who will be invited? What a great event this will be!

South Carolina

Fred C-

What's your take on Johnny Football Now????

He is a total Self Absorbed Entitled Head Case and PR Nightmare for A&M and any Future NFL Team willing to waste $$$ on him.

Too bad he can't be as cool as Jordan Speith....I blame the Parents on this one!!!

DR. K

That pretty much sums it up!

I think that Massachusetts would be a great place to host an invitational on the east coast.

So many amazing courses to choose from.

Hi Mike, any updates on this...the suspense is killing me!

Here's the latest... we are targeting Oct., Nov. and Dec. for the potential event dates. Unfortunately no specifics are available yet. Hoping to make some significant progress this week and next.

I promise I will keep everyone updated. As you can imagine, planning these events takes some time and there are a lot of moving pieces and parties involved.

Thanks!

Hats off to Mike and the TT Team for organizing these events!!

Keeping fingers crossed for the Texas event invite!!

Either way, you guys do a great job of engaging the community.  Keep up the good work!

Dr. Kovatchian

Fred C-

What's your take on Johnny Football Now????

He is a total Self Absorbed Entitled Head Case and PR Nightmare for A&M and any Future NFL Team willing to waste $$$ on him.

Too bad he can't be as cool as Jordan Speith....I blame the Parents on this one!!!

DR. K

Doc,let me guess. You attended UT, right? Manziel's a 20 year old kid! He's young, dumb and full of himself. Yes, he was raised in a wealthy home and feels a bit superior to the rest. However, this latest incident might just "wake him up" and knock him off of that perch he's been standing on. Still, what one does at age 20 shouldn't affect him any more than Cam Newton was affected by what he did at Florida. Furthermore, if an NFL team feels Manziel has the skills to make them more successful, they will try him out. It won't be wasted $$$ though as the NFL makes so darn much money, it'll be a no more of a waste than Ryan Leaf was.

That won't stop people from asking for Manziel's head on a platter. Some people just can't have a good day unless they can bring down "the mighty"

As for Jordan Speith, I've known him since he was 10 years old and he is a decidedly different person than Manziel. Jordan is a truly good guy with a level head, that KNOWS he can play golf, and will play golf with anyone, not just celebrities.

Fall golf  in New England. Can't imagine a more breathtaking place to play a round with

the Team Titleist crew.

Massachusetts tops the list.

Go Team Titleist!

Fred-

No!!!!!!! I'm not a Longhorn...Actually went to Indiana University and unfortunately I'm a Fighting Irish Fan and witness to young athletes making mistakes on a regular basis....#5Te'o....The funny thing about this is that the Heisman Voting Committee might like invisible girlfriends more than the Autograph Broker today...

Cheers,

DR. K

Dr. K - you do have your own cross to bear with the Irish. LOL One thing that occurs to me is at least Manziel provided something of value that was his to give, unlike the Terrell Pryor and his guys at OSU. The NCAA may have to concede that, given the amount of money the schools make on the names of their players, the payers should be able to make money with their own names. It'll be interesting to see what happens.

ps - I'm an Aggie

Late to the game and just realized the states have already been selected.

Would love to represent Massachusetts at one of the events.

Fingers crossed for an invite.

Go Team Titleist!