Official accessories

Follow Thread

By Lefty

  • 0 Likes
  • 9 Replies
  1. Lefty

    Lefty
    Hertfordshire

    First time posting - hello everyone.

    I've been looking at a Titleist accessory pouch which will be ideal for storing valuables, glove, gps watch etc but I am sceptical about the authenticity of it..

    The item isn't on Titleist UK website but it's on Titleist Japan website (is this even legit?) and the pouch itself is only sold by Japanese sellers on eBay. They all say it is a genuine item with the logo embroidered and the quality looking good.

    Do any of you know if this item is authentic or fake? Image attached.

    Thanks

    Post Image
  2. Simon s

    Simon s
    St leonards on sea, East Sussex

    Yes mate, its legit, bought one myself last year and they are really good for placing your buts and pieces in.
  3. AntD

    AntD
    Hampshire, UK

    There are different products on the country sites around the world so probably genuine if the URL is Titleist.Japan, www.titleist.co.jp/.../

    although the price doesn't include the shipping and import taxes which might make it an expensive accessory.

    just be warned if you by via auction sites it could be fake...
  4. Lefty

    Lefty
    Hertfordshire

    Thanks for the confirmation guys, I'm going to order one this evening and brace myself for the import duty. Just need one of the draw string valuables bags to complete the set.
  5. Lefty

    Lefty
    Hertfordshire

    This vintage Titleist practice ball bag was my Grandads, I think it's about 20yrs old as he started playing in '95. There is a mark that has soaked into the white part of the bag and what looks like paint on the black part - does anyone know of a place that could restore it or any method/product that can? Thanks
    Post Image
  6. Lefty said:

    This vintage Titleist practice ball bag was my Grandads, I think it's about 20yrs old as he started playing in '95. There is a mark that has soaked into the white part of the bag and what looks like paint on the black part - does anyone know of a place that could restore it or any method/product that can? Thanks
    Post Image

    Why would you want to?

    I think it's awesome how good it looks now considering how old it is.

    The fact your Granddad used it and put his scars into that bag make it what it is right?

    I say leave it and keep using it.
  7. Lefty

    Lefty
    Hertfordshire

    Alex - Unfortunately it was me that put the marks on it, my grandad kept it spotless.. hence me wanting to restore it back to the condition he kept it in!

    AntD - I've tried the baby wipes and they cleaned it up nicely, however they didn't touch the soaked in stain on the white part so I will try vinegar next cheers.

    john h - The item arrived without import tax due so very happy.. going to order a club towel from the Japan range next!
  8. AntD

    AntD
    Hampshire, UK

    If you do want to clean it and it's leather try a leather wipe as used on furniture or a baby wipe to clean but try these on a patch that doesn't show first.

    Also a white vinegar might clean it, it doesn't smell that bad.

    These are also good for cleaning your white shoes as well...

    Personally I wouldn't deep clean it but keep it looking aged...
  9. AntD

    AntD
    Hampshire, UK

    Yours is in better nick that Sophie Walkers
    Post Image
  10. john h

    john h
    ormskirk, Lancashire

    You might not get charged import tax i have bought 2 things from Japan 1 i did not have to pay any so fingers crossed

Please login to post a comment.

Sign In

Haven't registered for Team Titleist yet?

Sign Up