The Titleist Golf Company

 

titleist golfTitleist Golf is among the world’s finest and most popular brand names of golf equipment and clothing. It is produced by Acushnet Firm, which was created by Philip ‘Skipper’ Young. He was a golf enthusiast and was incredibly discouraged by his inconsistency while playing. He then chose to X-Ray the golf balls to find out if they were some problems there.

Through this brainwave, he found out that the rubber cores in the balls were not properly centered. He then patented the process to manufacture golf balls, which were correctly centered in 1930. Soon after, it became the most popular golf ball to be used.

Titleist Golf Equipment 

As the ball became increasingly popular and was used in all professional tournaments and even private clubs, the company decided to branch out into the other golfing equipment. Back in 1963, they acquired Bull’s Eye Putter and changed its name.

The company then went on to make putters, drivers, irons, and even a golf bag. Now you can get all golfing equipment made by Titleist and you can even wear golfing apparel with the company’s brand name.

Why Titleist? – Over the years, its golf equipment has built up a solid reputation. It stands for excellence and consistency. The golf balls are used on the PGA Tour, European Tour, Japanese Tour, LPGA Tour, Asian Tour, and Nationwide Tour. They have major golfers doing endorsements for them.

Titleist uses the latest technology and caters to everybody – From the beginning, the company has been concentrating on using the latest technology to improve its equipment and help golfers. Its equipment is all high performance to enable a player to perform to the best of his or her abilities.

Titleist caters to all degree of skills for golfers, from professionals to amateurs, and the range includes products designed specifically for women and juniors. It makes all the accessories including bags, headgear, gloves, carts, and bags.

For the professional and the amateur golfer Titleist offers the services of fitters to help in the selection of the correct drivers, irons, wedges and other equipment, which can help the player. Anybody can be personally fitted after taking an appointment and paying a fee. Titleist offers this service at its Performance Institute in California and Manchester Lane Testing facility in Massachusetts. Moreover, that takes the guesswork out of getting the right equipment.

Abundant Styles of Titleist Golf Clubs

Titleist; it is a brand for golfers and has many popular products, including the extremely popular AP1 and AP2 irons

Titleist AP2 Irons are the lowest in their price range. Titleist makes new irons for all golf player and enthusiasts. New golf clubs for sale come into market. This time, the newest Titleist AP2 Irons are designed for low handicappers; Titleist has significantly increased the club’s moment of inertia (MOI) by re-positioning tungsten weight within the heads. From the Masters Tournament to the U.S. Amateur Championship, when a major trophy was on the line this season, the overwhelming majority of players at every level of the game trusted their performance to Titleist golf balls. The U.S. Amateur provides further proof that tournament time is Titleist time for professional and amateur golfers alike – from the PGA Tour and worldwide pro tours, to the PGA Professional National Championship and all levels of competitive amateur golf.

This weighting also produces consistent launch angle, backspin and ball speed in order to provide precise distance and shot control demanded by better players. The AP2 irons have a more square profile than before, a feature specifically requested by Titleist’s Tour players. Delivering the power of graphite and the stability of steel, SteelFiber shafts have won the TOUR Championship, The Players Championship, and the Farmers Insurance Open, as well as scored 19 Top 10 finishes so far this year on the PGA TOUR. While the shaft’s graphite core provides vibration dampening, increased clubhead speed and maximum distance, the steel fibers produce optimum weighting for a solid feel at impact and add stability and control for pinpoint accuracy.

The secret to this incredible 23-year-old’s success is consistency – he struck a 67 or better over all four days of the event. All three of McIlroy’s wedges are Titleist Vokey design wedges, a club that has been specially engineered both in the workshop and out on the course to be perfect for professionals and casual players alike. Rory McIlroy also uses Titleist Pro V1x golf balls, a favorite of other PGA Tour regulars such as Steve Stricker, Adam Scott, Ricky Fowler, and five-time LPGA Tour winner Brittany Lincicome.

Featuring a high-speed, forged face insert, the new Titleist  drivers are the fastest, most consistent drivers Titleist has ever designed, delivering maximum ball speeds over a large area of the face. The new driver features a 460cc full-pear shaped head designed for maximum forgiveness and a slight draw bias, while the 913D3 has a 445cc classic-pear shape that is forgiving with tour-inspired workability.

Compare Titleist AP2 Irons and AP1 Irons

The new Titleist AP1 Irons and AP2 retain the dual cavity design and multi-material construction that is the key to their advanced performance. However, the designs have been significantly upgraded for more forgiveness, higher ball speeds on miss-hits and improved distance control. Additionally, the new AP1 Irons features a new top line shape and progressively reduced blade lengths resulting in more traditional-looking short irons. Notable changes to the new Titleist  AP2 include a new, tour-inspired square toe profile and reduced sole width in the short irons for more precise turf performance.

Both new AP models incorporate Titleist’s Tuned Feel System, a co-molded insert of soft elastomer and aluminium plate. This insert has been specifically designed to improve the sound and feel of each new iron.

Extensive improvements to the new AP1 structure include a redesigned stainless steel sole plate and integrated tungsten nickel sole weight that redistributes discretionary mass from the top line, centre bar, and sole cradle to low in the head, resulting in increased stability and forgiveness. The new AP2 structure also makes use of a new steel cradle that holds tungsten weights located heel and toe, providing greater forgiveness on miss-hits and more consistent distance control.

“The new line of AP irons represents another step forward in iron design,” said Steve Pelisek, General Manager, Titleist Golf Clubs. “With the development of the first AP irons in 2007, we knew we had created something special – irons that incorporated a true blend of classic golf club aesthetics with modern playability, forgiveness, and consistency. With the new line we’ve taken this breakthrough technology to a new, game-changing level by increasing the stability and forgiveness without losing any workability or shot control.”
The new  AP irons received instant validation from players at the PGA TOUR AT&T National event, where the prototype irons were first introduced. A total of 19 players (out of an event-leading 40 Titleist iron sets) put sets of irons in play the first week they were available, including the winner of the event, Titleist Brand Ambassador Nick Watney. Success followed three weeks later when Scott Stallings captured the Greenbrier Classic with the new irons for his first career win.

Among those who have already put the new sets in play with success, include Ben Curtis with the AP1 and the following relying upon AP2: Ben Crane, Brendon De Jonge, Jason Dufner, Brad Faxon, Hunter Haas, Marc Leishman, Jarrod Lyle, Matteo Manassero, SY Noh, Tom Pernice, Jr., Brett Quigley, Michael Sim, Scott Stallings, Josh Teater, Nick Watney.

Titleist AP2 Irons

The Titleist AP2 Irons are still one of the most popular golf clubs in the market though some more new style irons be released by titleist. The advanced performance titleist ap2 irons are with high quality, high technology design and construction featuring a forged steel body, tungsten nickel box and Tuned Feel System enhances performance and feel. In some PGA TOUR, testers many golfers are highly praise of the ap2 irons for their golf game skill level improved.
Also the ap2 irons’ new Tuned Feel System is a co-molded medallion of soft elastomer and aluminium plate. This insert has been specifically designed to improve the sound and feel of each new iron. For the new AP2, a softer, more solid feel is achieved.
Some details:
Advanced Performance You Can Feel
High quality, high technology design and construction featuring a forged steel body, tungsten nickel box and Tuned Feel System enhances performance and feel.
Improved Feel
The integrated aluminium and soft elastomer Tuned Feel System in the back cavity improves sound and feel at impact. A soft, forged carbon steel body with a high-density tungsten nickel sole.

Playability with Shot Control
Dual Cavity design pushes weight to the perimeter for playability without loss of shot shaping control.
Improved Short Irons reduced bounce sole delivers improved ground contact.