Titleist are giving golfers of all abilities the chance to experience the advanced performance of Titleist golf clubs at a number of trial events to be held at venues across the UK. 

As part of the new ‘Trial Titleist’ campaign, a team of representatives from the brand will be conducting events at golf clubs, where golfers will be able to trial the latest line of products. 

Over 350 Trial events will be taking place over the next five months, starting on February 23, running through to the end of June.
It provides a great opportunity for us to showcase the impressive range of products that we have on offer at Titleist" “The Trial Titleist events have been set-up to provide golfers of all abilities with the opportunity to experience first-hand, the performance benefits of our metals, irons and wedges,” said Richard Temple, Titleist golf club product and fitting manager.

“It provides a great opportunity for us to showcase the impressive range of products that we have on offer at Titleist and underline how they can benefit golfers of all abilities and swing speeds.” 

At each Trial event, golfers can experience the recently launched 915 line of drivers, fairways and hybrids.  

In the family of 714 irons, golfers can trial the flight, feel and forgiveness of the AP1 and AP2 along with the shot control and workability of the CB and MB

In addition, golfers will also be able to experience the short game performance of Vokey Design SM5 wedges.
Chris Beaumont, Titleist golf club marketing and interactive manager, added: “In order for all golfers to get fitted into the right clubs for their game, we need to give them all the ability to first trial the products and then get fitted into the correct spec.” 

To locate your nearest event, visit the Trial Titleist pages on www.Titleist.co.uk and sign up to Team Titleist for exclusive content and competitions throughout the year. 

Golfers are also encouraged to share their #TrialTitleist experiences across Facebook (Titleist UK & Ireland) and Twitter (@TitleistEurope).

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