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  • Patton Kizzire was able to clench his first PGA Tour victory with these clubs (WITB) at the OHL Classic. Kizzire used Titleist products from driver to putter; does any one else trust Titleist clubs that much? Patton used Titleist’s NEW 718 series irons in order to set himself of for a lot of birdies. Winning Setup: Golf Ball: Pro V1x Driver: 917D3 (10.5º)  Fairway: 917F2 (16.5º) Hybrid: 913H2 (19°) Irons: 718 T-MB (4), 718 CB (5-6), 718 MB (7-PW) Wedges: Vokey Design TVD prototype gap (52°), sand (56°) and lob (60°) Putter: Scotty Cameron GoLo Tour Have any questions? E-mail us at support@fairwaygolf.com !

    Patton Kizzire WITB @ OHL Classic at Mayakoba

    Patton Kizzire was able to clench his first PGA Tour victory with these clubs (WITB) at the OHL Classic. Kizzire used Titleist products from driver to putter; does any one else trust Titleist clubs that much? Patton used Titleist’s NEW 718 series irons in order to set himself of for a lot of birdies. Winning Setup: Golf Ball: Pro V1x Driver: 917D3 (10.5º)  Fairway: 917F2 (16.5º) Hybrid: 913H2 (19°) Irons: 718 T-MB (4), 718 CB (5-6), 718 MB (7-PW) Wedges: Vokey Design TVD prototype gap (52°), sand (56°) and lob (60°) Putter: Scotty Cameron GoLo Tour Have any questions? E-mail us at support@fairwaygolf.com !

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  • The NEW 718 Titleist AP2 are something different. In past models, there was not a significance difference in the AP2s. Jordan Spieth was one of the youngsters to put the AP2s on the map. Before that, many people were skeptic about tour players using cavity backs. Spieth has been honest with himself, and admits to not being able to hit blades or muscle backs. The AP2s are for players looking to shape the ball, but still have the forgiveness they need. Here’s how the 718 AP2s are different: LOOKS BETTER: -The 718 AP2s have a lot smaller head than the […]

    NEW 718 Titleist AP2 Review

    The NEW 718 Titleist AP2 are something different. In past models, there was not a significance difference in the AP2s. Jordan Spieth was one of the youngsters to put the AP2s on the map. Before that, many people were skeptic about tour players using cavity backs. Spieth has been honest with himself, and admits to not being able to hit blades or muscle backs. The AP2s are for players looking to shape the ball, but still have the forgiveness they need. Here’s how the 718 AP2s are different: LOOKS BETTER: -The 718 AP2s have a lot smaller head than the […]

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