LIVE WEBCAST This Friday: Titleist Golf Club Experts Answer Your Questions

Posted: 2 March 2011

Curious as to how our golf club R&D team developed the revolutionary SureFit Tour (SFT) hosel technology? Do you ever wonder about the behind-the-scenes process that resulted in the creation of the Titleist AP irons?

Well, here's your opportunity to get some insight from the Titleist experts that helped design, develop and launch the Titleist 910 family of metalwoods and AP irons.

We invite you to join us for another exclusive Team Titleist Live Webcast – this Friday, March 4th from 4:30-5 p.m. EST – hosted by Dan Stone, Vice President of Titleist Golf Club R&D, and Chris McGinley, Vice President of Titleist Golf Club Marketing.

Dan and Chris will be sitting down with Team Titleist to answer your questions and provide insight into the world of Titleist golf clubs.

Submit your questions for the team by leaving a comment below.

And don't forget to bookmark this page so you can enter the Webcast on Friday by following the link below:

Thanks – we look forward to to seeing you on Friday!

Friday, March 4th
Time: 4:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. EST

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Thomas V

Is the SureFit Tour hosel technology ever going to make its way into irons? Or is it simply not a possibility because of the strength needed in the hosels of irons to allow them cut through turf.


What is coming up in the way of new club development that improves on the AP1 &AP2 irons? I own AP2s issued in 2010 and wonder how much more improvement can be made to these  as these appear to be the finest irons on the market to date over all competitors.

Robert Sellman

Are AP1 irons suitable for an 18 handicapper or are they for better players only?

Gregory J

What are the best replacement grips to but on my AP2's ???

I am a 12 handicapper in San Diego.

Robert Sellman

Does Titleist have a senior flex graphite shaft for their driver?  I have not seen any.  I usually hit regular flex, but my swing speed is now only 92-98 so I'm thinking of a senior flex.  What do you think?

Brian D

I have been playing with the AP2's for just over two seasons now.  I think most manufactures produce newer irons every two to three years.  Are there plans in place to come up or out with new models for 2011 / 2012?  What type of changes should we be expecting, if you can share?

Since purchasing the irons in 2009, I have since fully switched over to a FPL of Titliest.  I thought I would throw in the FPL, as I wasnt sure what that stood for until I received the answer from Liz on your Team Titleist crew.  For those of you have seen the FPL embroided on apparel, it stands for Full Product Line.  I can honestly say I would not turn away from any Titliest product after seeing first hand the sweat and passion that goes into all of your products, regardless of the line.

Can't wait to listen in on Friday.  Hopefully you can get to my question.

Thanks and take care,

-Brian D

Hunter M

I have a set of 735 irons.  I love the blend from muscle back to cavity back.  Will Titleist bring this design back again?

Tony C

Recently Vokey released the Black Oxide Wedgeworks wedges, I was wondering if this extremely popular Black Oxide finish will be available in a future line of Scotty Cameron Putters.

Robert Sellman

Will there be any demo days in the state of Montana? I am just outside of Great Falls, MT & I have not yet seen any demo days from any manufacturer in the state of Montana. I know we are small in population, but when is someone going to give the people of Montana a chance to demo clubs from any manufacturer?


Robert Sellman

Are the new Titleist A P series clubs  offered in metal shaft and graphite like the old style was and to what point can they be altered {shortened} if necessary.