Best clubs for me.

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By JHurst

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  1. Hi I’m a 28 handicap and own aTitleist DCI Oversize set of clubs. I haven’t played for 14 years due to high back problems. I’ve started again and want a set of Titleist irons with good size head which are more forgiving as mine are obviously dated. Any recommendations would be appreciated. Also a driver with a big head and a high loft. Many thanks. John.

  2. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    Try to find a Titleist Thursday fitting session in your area. They will likely try to fit you with the 718 AP1, Titleist's most forgiving head. They will pick a shaft that is best suited to your swing speed. You will be impressed with how well the TrackMan system can help dial you in. They will also likely fit you for the TS2 driver. If you can't make the full investment in the cost of all new at the same time, use the fitting info to get into slightly used as close to your fitting specs as you can. Good luck and enjoy.
  3. Rob E

    Rob E
    San Jose, CA

    Dale V said:

    Try to find a Titleist Thursday fitting session in your area. They will likely try to fit you with the 718 AP1, Titleist's most forgiving head. They will pick a shaft that is best suited to your swing speed. You will be impressed with how well the TrackMan system can help dial you in. They will also likely fit you for the TS2 driver. If you can't make the full investment in the cost of all new at the same time, use the fitting info to get into slightly used as close to your fitting specs as you can. Good luck and enjoy.

    I agree with Dale. Find a Titleist Thursday fitting as they are a great free resource for finding the right Titleist clubs for you.
  4. Scott Aitken

    Scott Aitken
    March, Cambridgeshire

    The Graphite shafts may well help with your back problems

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