I recently purchased the equipments of Titleist. I had read some reviews online that guided me to try the club out. I think they are great, how about you?
A recreational golfer doesn’t get to play all the posh golf courses with caddies and non-governor-regulated carts. Below you will find the gaunt let I put this titleist wedges through over a two week span. I have walked three rounds with the club in the bag and only have one small ding near the hosel.
When it comes to choosing a wedge, the titleist wedges 2012 is at or near the top of most golfers list. Over the years the Vokey has been a tried and trusted short game weapon for many who love it’s classic look, performance and feel.
With so much of your game taking place within 120 yards of the flag, the choice of your wedge should take at least the same, if not more precedence as the flashier driver and irons buying decisions. That’s right, your wedge and a good wedge shot is critical to keeping your number of putts down. Skimping on the titleist wedges for sale is like buying a great car but neglecting to put decent tires on it.
Rory Mcilroy putter is a titleist putters prototype, which is a classic Anser-style blade. However, his putter is 33 inches long, which is shorter than the so-called standard 35- and 34-inch putters that are predominant in retail outlets.
For the professionals, there is no such thing as a “standard” putter, because they can’t afford to be careless about how their putter fits. Stay tuned. For more information on how you can take some simple steps for a better fit and better results on the titleist putters for sale.
Now, how do you think of the equipments of the titleist? Maybe you need to know more about this brand.