I had the pleasure in the summer of marshalling at the Scottish Seniors' Tournament at a local golf club - The Renaissance - close to my home in North Berwick, Scotland.
All the volunteers were furnished with a Titleist Wind jacket, a really handy little back pack and a Titleist cap with the Renaissance badge on the side. It is always good to be given these items for the volunteering and everyone appreciates the gesture. With the risk of being ungrateful, can I please ask Titleist just how useful the cap was supposed to be?! Whilst it is a fine looking piece of clothing, the actual head covering part is made up of 6 segments and the front two where the name Titleist is on display is of a solid nature whilst the other 4 segments are made of a lightweight mesh. The cap may well be fine in places such as Florida or South Africa, but certainly not in our dubious Scottish Climate where the cap neither keeps the head warm or dry!!!
Please could Titleist take this on board for any future tournament support? Thank you for the support and keep it up, guys, it is most appreciated.