Replay: Chris McGinley, V.P. of Golf Club Marketing, Talks New Titleist Equipment on PGA Tour Network

 Chris McGinley, Vice President of Titleist Golf Club Marketing, appeared this morning on Teed Off" with host Brian Katrek on the PGA Tour Network to talk about the performance benefits and technology of Titleist's newest equipment offerings.

Topics covered during the "What's in the Bag Wednesday" segment, included:

New Titleist AP1 and AP2 (712 Series) irons;

New Vokey Design Spin Milled SM4 wedges;

Titleist 910 metals extension for moderate swing speed players; and

• The success of Titleist equipment players on the 2011 PGA Tour.

You can listen to an audio replay by clicking the play button in the player below.

6378.12.07.11 INT ARCHIVE Teed Off Chris McGinley_1772707.mp3

The PGA Tour Network is broadcast on Sirius 208 and XM 93.

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5 Replies

  1. ross l

    anyone tell me topline thickness of new AP 2 irons, please

  2. john b

    Good job Macker!  

  3. David Browning Certified Titleist Fitting Professional

    Titleist has the best equipment on the market. They're using some mind blowing technology, yet, staying pretty traditional with the looks.

  4. Dr. Rick S TPI Certified

    Love my custom 710 AP1s , but wanting to get out and hit the new 712s; as soon as the freezing temps give way to some sunshine. Who'd of  thought I'd miss the record setting hottest summer in Dallas ever!!?? Bring on the heat. I am having withdrawal symptoms.

  5. Tyler C

    My fondest memory of golf is when I started to really get into the game of golf and got my first set of Titleist irons and driver. I was playing at Glacier Wood Golf Club at Iola,Wisconsin with my dad, which was my first time on this course. Glacier Wood received a Golf Digest Award in 2009 by being voted Best muny in Wisconsin with a 4.5 star rating. I got my first birdie ever on the Par 4 number 10. This memory is so fond to me that I kept the tee, the Titleist Pro V1x ball, and the ball marker that I used after I sank the 12 foot putt for the birdie.