Do I need an new fitting for the T200

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By Jerome C

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  1. Jerome C

    Jerome C
    London Ontario Canada

    Hey Team just wondering if I need to get refitted for the new T200. Reason why I ask is I had got an fitting in early 2018 for an set of Ap1 and then ending up with an mix set of Ap3 and Ap1 . Actually the same fitting for both. Is it in my best interest to be fitted again for T200 or will my fitting from earlier be the same? Please help team . Thanks

  2. AntD

    Hampshire, UK

    Get another fitting. They are not just upgraded AP's the technology is different and you may find what was AP1 in your fitting would now be T200...
  3. Absolutely! I can tell you that my #'s have changed a decent amount with the new T-series. I've had two fittings already, and my setup ( is fairly different then what I currently have in my 718's.

  4. Go and fit it again.

    I fitted ap3 to myself 2 years ago and new t200 1 week ago. Last time my lie was neutral and now its 2 degree upright (LH player) and also shaft is different now..
  5. Jerome C

    Jerome C
    London Ontario Canada

    Thanks I’m also an left handy player .
    How was the difference going from Ap1 or Ap3 to the new T200
  6. Chuck Z

    Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

    My numbers have not changed since my 716 AP1 fittings. Went for a T300 fitting and am hitting the ball farther. I always go for a fitting when purchasing new clubs and I always do it on a range. Trackman numbers are great, but I prefer to see ball flight. It is a good thing to always get fit by the same Titleist certified/product specialist fitter and purchase your clubs thru a Titleist dealer them.
  7. Jerome C

    Jerome C
    London Ontario Canada

    Thanks Chuck
  8. Craig C

    Craig C
    Carmel, IN

    I would absolutely recommend a new fitting. Having hit and been fit for AP3 and also going through fitting for t200 I can tell you your numbers will be different. It is also possible your shaft would be changed. Another benefit is if you are going to do a blended set the fitting will help with your gapping.
  9. Jerome C

    Jerome C
    London Ontario Canada

    Thanks for your honesty
    Makes more sense to me now .

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