Sign up for the Titleist Golf Ball Fitting at Haggin Oaks Friday, October 16 from 9:00am-12:00pm
It is often a misconception on what golf ball is best for each player based on player ability. Titleist utilizes their “Green-to-Tee” philosophy when conducting golf ball fitting sessions. This has proven successful in fitting players of all abilities.
All Titleist golf balls are designed to be exceptionally long off the tee and there is only 4-6 yards difference among all the Titleist golf ball models. Therefore, Titleist recommends fitting golfers on the green and working back to the tee. When choosing a golf ball, start around the greens and use your putter to ensure that you like the feel of the golf ball you are using. Take different golf balls to the putting green to evaluate your short game and see which ball works best for you. Choose a ball that is easy to control when you then practice your chipping and pitching shots around the green. Note each ball’s control, trajectory and spin on these shots. This is very important when choosing a golf ball.
Move on to the irons, starting with the wedges and short iron shots. Then, hit your longer irons. You don’t want your golf ball to back up. You want it to stick on the green with your short irons. If the ball rolls onto the green and then keeps rolling, then it does not have enough spin to stop.
Finally, hit the driver to see which ball you like best from the tee. Consistency and control are key.
What golf ball is best for your game? Join us on Friday, October 16, 2015 from 9:00am-12:00pm. Call 916-808-2531 to reserve your spot today! You may even take home the best golf ball for your game.
Most players are familiar with the amazing performance of Titleist’s best selling golf balls – the Pro V1 and Pro V1x. Titleist has many other golf balls for different abilities of golfers. How do the other balls of Titleist’s arsenal stack up?
Titleist NXT Tour golf ball is designed to deliver low driver and long iron spin for outstanding distance, commanding short game scoring performance and soft feel. This advanced multi-component golf ball features a large dual core with a soft center.
Titleist NXT Tour S golf ball is designed to deliver NXT Tour performance with softer compression feel. Also available in high optic yellow, which has been proven easier to see on the course.
The Titleist Velocity ball has the lowest spin of any of the Titleist golf balls. It features a firm cover and may be a bit more difficult to control. It is the ideal ball for the player looking to maximize their distance.
Lastly, the DT Solo has been in the Titleist arsenal since 1974, but is being replaced by the Titleist DT TruSoft. The new model, which was designed to replace the popular DT SoLo, is the result of over two years of research and development in which Titleist engineers determined how to provide players with an extremely soft feel without giving up any of the distance or short game performance characteristics of the DT SoLo. The Titleist DT TruSoft features a new core and cover formulation engineered by Titleist to deliver incredibly soft compression feel with distance and short game play ability. In fact the new DT TruSoft is actually a bit longer off the tee than its predecessor. For golfers who prefer a truly soft feel, the new Titleist DT TruSoft is the best performing golf ball in its class.
To learn what Titleist golf ball is right for you, join us on Friday, October 16, 2015 from 9:00am-12:00pm. Call 916-808-2531 to reserve your spot today! You may even take home the best golf ball for your game.
Haggin Oaks is located at 3645 Fulton Ave in Sacramento.