Forgive me Titleist for I have sinned

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By richbow9

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  1. richbow9

    richbow9
    Huddersfield,

    Last year I stepped away from Titleist fear and went whole-heartedly to another brand. The one that rhymes with sing! I also went as far as changing ball to Cally chromesoft. But... I’m heading back! Ball is now pro v1x and just changed my wedges to gorgeous chrome SM7’s (50, 54 and 60). My current irons have been in the bag for 6 years (i25’s) and I’m aiming to change later this year/early next. I went to a Titleist fitting day back in June and got sorted for AP2’s which was a bit pointless due to the new range coming through but it did give me a chance to reignite my love for Titleist equipment! Can I be forgiven?

  2. Welcome home
  3. Richbow9
    If you’re getting biblical about it, there is more joy in Titleist over one sinner that repents...
    There is a lot of temptation out there and many bright and shiny clubs, but there is only one brand that can furnish your every need - be you high handicapper or a tour pro - and that’s Titleist.
    Welcome back.
    JT
  4. richbow9

    richbow9
    Huddersfield,

    TITLEISTUSER said:

    Richbow9
    If you’re getting biblical about it, there is more joy in Titleist over one sinner that repents...
    There is a lot of temptation out there and many bright and shiny clubs, but there is only one brand that can furnish your every need - be you high handicapper or a tour pro - and that’s Titleist.
    Welcome back.
    JT

    13.3 hc currently. Will try the T100 but I think the T200’s will be more akin to what I’m wanting from an iron these days. At 46 with a dodgy back I need all the help I can get!
  5. AntD

    AntD
    Hampshire, UK

    You have paid your penance by having a fitting for AP2 when the rest of us believers knew there was shiny new stuff waiting …

    Welcome back....
  6. richbow9

    richbow9
    Huddersfield,

    Went to my local range/fitting centre after work to hit some balls and hopefully have a look at the new T range. Unfortunately there was someone in the fitting bay so I couldn’t have a look. Shelf stock arrives in a couple of weeks

    I’m happy with my png woods for now but the irons will definitely be changed over the next few months
  7. I think a lot on here have done this sort of thing but I think it takes balls to come out and admit it to us
  8. richbow9

    richbow9
    Huddersfield,

    Called into my local American Golf to have a whack but couldn’t get on with the T100 which is disappointing; my strike wasn’t consistent enough, but I have to bare in mind that i’d just come off the course and had a beer! T200 was more forgiving but not sure the shaft was right for me. Didn’t like the 300 at all, just too big
    I’m going to go get a proper fitting in the next few weeks and see what happens
  9. El bandito

    El bandito
    Fife Bonny Scotland 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

    Lol welcome back buddy
  10. Chris M

    Chris M
    Grindelwald,

    welcome back
    One can always try the other stuff, in the end you will end up with the best = Titleist
  11. richbow9

    richbow9
    Huddersfield,

    Chris M said:

    welcome back
    One can always try the other stuff, in the end you will end up with the best = Titleist

    I’ve got as far as 3 Vokey wedges, 816 hybrid that I’ve had for ages and a ball change from Cally back to Titleist. I doubt there’ll be much change from that for a while
  12. I found a TP5 the other day age hit it as a provisional... If I am honest it felt dirty.
    Finished the hole and gave it to one of the juniors at the club...
    Ok glad I got that off my chest....
  13. richbow9

    richbow9
    Huddersfield,

    MBisset said:

    I found a TP5 the other day age hit it as a provisional... If I am honest it felt dirty.
    Finished the hole and gave it to one of the juniors at the club...
    Ok glad I got that off my chest....

    Admission is the first steps to redemption!

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