Thursday Fitting

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By Eric P

  • 8 Replies
  1. Can I bring my current Titleist driver to a Thursday fitting to make sure the settings are still ok? Or is it only for people that are shopping for new gear?

  2. Darryl M

    Darryl M
    Wichita, KS

    I use Titleist Thursday to see what is new & what fits me in the current club line up. If you go for a driver and they give you the specifications for what you need it is reall easy to match that to your current playing club(s).

    I had a fitting this past Thursday for Irons. I play AP 1's 716 standard loft & lie & R300 XP90 shafts.
    My fitting came out with the T200 irons 1/2' longer 2 degrees up & a S300 AMT shaft.

    In answer to your question I would take your club, but by hitting the new Titleist Drivers you will see if yours is still right for you or not.

    Good Luck
  3. Gordon M

    Gordon M
    Lanarkshire, 0

    Any idea when Titleist Thursdays and fittings will return to Scotland,Patiently waiting to try T100/T100s before ordering set of irons ?
  4. DC


    A great fitting session at Royal Norwich under the new guidelines from Titleist, Matt Johnson a great fitter.
    At the club safe and good signage
  5. gary h

    gary h
    Torrance, CA

    you can bring your current "Titleist" driver to have the fitter review.
  6. I got back into golf roughly 2 years ago after many years. I am still playing with DCI 981s. I am able to play more golf than ever now. Time for new fitted clubs. 50 years old, 105mph club speed, no trouble striking ball properly. BIG question. What clubs.
  7. Oh, left handed
  8. I bought a used DCI 2 iron and love it. 230-240 average. Tee or thin, I love it.
  9. Don O

    Don O
    Madison, WI

    For irons, LH is not an issue. Making an investment, working with a fitter, you have 4 irons to experiment with. 620 CB, T100, T200, and T300. Not to mention the full matrix of shafts. If I could make money predicting for you, likely the T100 or T200. But none of us can provide anything but a guess where a fitter can compare your current equipment and swing and give you the best options.

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