Titleist Product Line

The 2016-2017 Titleist Product Line has been released. I am offering fittings with all the new equipment using TrackMan. To get a quick snapshot on the 917 Driver & Fairway Woods, 816 Hybrids or 716 Irons, check out the different tabs.

917 D2Titleist 917D3 homepage

Maximum distance and forgiveness.

Distance with forgiveness in a full 460cc pear profile. Offers more forgiveness, a slightly higher launch and more spin versus 917D3.

917 D3

Workable and forgiving.

Distance with workability in a traditional, Tour inspired 440cc pear profile. Offers more workability, a slightly lower launch and less spin versus 917D2.

917F2

Long, straight and forgiving.917 F2F3 Homepage

All-around playability with forgiveness and more distance in a larger profile fairway. Slightly more spin and higher launch versus 917F3.

917F3

Workable and forgiving.

Versatility with shot control and more distance in a compact profile fairway. Slightly less spin and lower launch versus 917F2.

716 AP1Titleist AP 1 & AP 2

For golfers seeking maximum distance and maximum forgiveness.

The use of extreme high density tungsten moves weight to the perimeter increasing moment of inertia on off-center hits. 716 AP1 irons are the most forgiving among irons of similar size.

716 AP2

For golfers seeking a Tour-proven design with distance, forgiveness and feel.

The most advanced, solid feeling and forgiving Tour played irons we’ve ever made. An innovative co-forged construction with high density tungsten low and on the perimeter increases moment of inertia for speed on off-center hits.

716 CBTitleist 716 MB & CB

For golfers seeking shot control with forgiveness and forged feel.

An innovative co-forged construction puts high density tungsten low and on the perimeter for added forgiveness in a Tour-proven cavity blade profile.

716 MB

For golfers seeking maximum shot control with traditional forged feel.

Designed using a combination of player input and high tech CAD modeling, 716 MB irons deliver a pure, forged, muscle back feel.

716 T-MBTitleist 716 Hero 2 Iron

For golfers that need high launch and long carry distance and prefer the look of a blade.

The muscle back frame with extreme tungsten weighting provides a powerful combination of forgiveness with high launch.

816 H1816 Hybrid

Superior technology for long game performance.

High launching hybrids that fly farther and land soft.

Active Recoil Channel technology actively flexes at impact to generate high speed and low spin for long distance. The Ultra Thin Face delivers speed and distance across the entire hitting area. The high MOI design delivers speed on off-center hits.

816 H2 Hybrid

816 H2

Superior technology for long game performance.

Compact hybrids for iron like control with more distance.

816 Hybrids have a relieved leading edge and Active Recoil Channel™ edge to help them glide through the turf.

Now Available for Fittings & Orders

Scott Sackett SM6

917 Driver

816 Hybrids

716 Irons

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