Titleist, long known for its tour-quality golf balls, has in recent years made a big splash when it comes to golf clubs. Those who have Titleist golf clubs for sale know that these clubs are highly valued in the marketplace.
Vokey wedges by Titleist are among the most-used on all the major golf tours worldwide. Designer Bob Vokey partnered with Titleist in 1996, and since then his creations have not only appealed to professional golfers, but millions of amateur golfers, as well. His attention to detail and his relationships with tour players allow him to make what many consider the best wedges on the market.
Another big name associated with Titleist is Scotty Cameron, maker of high-quality putters. After working for various manufacturers, Cameron took his talents to Titleist in 1994. As with Vokey wedges, Cameron putters are a much-desired commodity in the market.
When it comes to other clubs - drivers, fairways woods, and irons - Titleist has a reputation among advanced players as catering to their needs. Unlike some companies that design and market their products exclusively for the higher handicapper, Titleist makes it clear that they desire to be the leader in equipment geared towards the better-than-average golfer. Almost all companies today design all of their driver models to meet the maximum volume allowed by the rules, 460cc, which promotes forgiveness on off-center hits.
Not Titleist. They have always had a driver option smaller than 460cc, which theoretically allows better players to shape shots. While these drivers may be more difficult for the average player to hit straight, advanced players are willing to trade the possibility of occasional loss of accuracy in return for the workability that the smaller clubheads allow. To appeal to the average player, though, Titleist does offer driver options at 460cc for maximum forgiveness and accuracy.
Titleists's fairways woods also have a slightly smaller profile and volume than other manufacturers' offerings. Again, this allows the more advanced player to shape shots a little easier.
Titleist has long offered forged irons which appeal to professionals and advanced amateurs, but it also has options for the average player. Its cavity-backed irons are proven to be a solid performer in the marketplace.
Those who use Titleist clubs on the PGA Tour and other worldwide tours include top-ranked players Steve Stricker, Rory McIlroy, Camilo Villegas, Nick Watney, and Zach Johnson. Also, Titleist clubs are by far and away the most widely-used among PGA club professionals nationwide.
Those who have Titleist clubs for sale know that they are providing the buyer with a high-quality, top-of-the-line brand name that definitely resonates among golfers everywhere.