Video: Titleist Fitters Gear Up for New Equipment Launch at Oceanside Test Facility

Titleist fitters from around the country gathered at the Titleist Performance Institute and Oceanside (Calif.) Test Facility last month for a comprehensive introduction to the new Titleist equipment offerings that will soon be hitting the market.

Hosted by Titleist Director of Golf Club Fitting Brett Porath and the Titleist Golf Club R&D team, the two-day event focused in on the new Titleist AP1, AP2, MB and CB (712 Series) irons, Titleist Vokey Design SM4 Wedges and Scotty Cameron California putters, as well as the Titleist 910 metals line extension featuring higher lofts and new Titleist Bassara W shafts for moderate speed players.

 During interactive sessions with the Titleist Golf Club R&D team and TPI's expert fitting staff, the fitters were able to gain a meticulous understanding of the features and performance benefits of the new equipment and discuss advanced fitting techniques.

They will put this education and insight to work in the coming weeks and months as they fit golfers to the new Titleist equipment, helping them achieve total confidence on every shot.

In the above video, Brett Porath and TPI Level 3 Golf Instructor Ryan Crysler talk more about the two-day session and the new Titleist golf clubs, which begin shipping Nov. 18.

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5 Replies

  1. Michael C

    When are the new 712 AP2 irons coming out!!!???

  2. David Browning Certified Titleist Fitting Professional

    I'm really looking forward to the new MB's as well as the SM4's.

  3. Brian D

    Great Video...looking forward to my fitting this month.  Going to try and switch from AP2's to a blend of MB's and CB's.

  4. Justinu3

    When will the California putters be on this site and scotty's site???  Change it out already!!!

  5. Toni L

    Any info about S grind on the 58.09? Looking for a replacement for my current SM C-C 58.08, would this be close or similiar performing?