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TITLEIST GOLF has released several new products, in time to close out the summer golf season.

All of the new products are now in pro shops and golf stores.

So what’s next you asked. Well here is what you get.

The new Titleist TS Hybrids, part of the Titleist Speed Project. These new Hybrids bring a new higher launch, less spin, and increased MOI for added distance.

Titleist TS2 and TS3 Hybrids

These style Hyrbids are “not” considered “rescue clubs” by Titleist. They are now viewed as scoring clubs.

TS2 is the club for golfers with sweeping swings, lookin for high launch and more distance. TS2 has the look of the fairway metal. And TS3’s are for players who hit down the on the ball. TS3 works for players who want the feel or look of an Iron.

“Pretty much every golfer we’ve had test a TS Hyrbid has had the same reaction-these clubs just go,” said Josh Talge, Vice President, Titleist Golf Club Marketing. “TS Hybrids will be the type of club players want to hit.”

Five Titleist PGA Tour staff players have put these clubs in play. AMP is $279.00. visit Titleist.com for details on available lofts on each club and shaft availability.

The Titleist T-Series Irons

Titleist says the #1 Iron on the PGA Tour just got better.

The new T-Series Iron creates better speed, and distance control across the club face.

T100, T200 and T300 models comprise the new line of irons.

T100 is regarded as a players iron, that comes with the signature Titleist feel. Besides the fully-forged cavity construction, is a balanced co-forged, dual-density tungsten. This allows for distance control with stability.

T200 adds a powerful distance concept, with a tour inspired look. The T200 allows for a high launch and stopping power, that makes near misses nearly perfect.

T300 with it’s faster ball speed and preferred feel, allow for maximum forgiveness. The fast cavity-back style provides a high launch, long distance and forgiveness.

“There are three key elements to hitting great iron shots. Dispersion, distance, and angle of descent,” says Marni Ines, Director of Titleist Irons Development, Golf Club R&D. “T-series technology helps players hit the ball longer, and hit their number more consistently. So even when they don’t make a perfect swing, dispersion is tighter so the ball stays on line.”

More than 20 Titleist staff players have put these irons in play on tour, with Jordan Spieth among the first. Using the T100’s.

See Titleist.com since prices per model do vary. Irons and shafts available do give the golfer multiple options.

The Titleist CB 620 Iron.

Titleist has created what they call, irons for purists and shotmakers. The Titleist MB 620 and CB 620 irons keep the Titleist tradition of creating tour-proven shot control, and superior feel in both cavity back and muscle back irons. Now complete with merged profiles for players who mix both styles.

“The ‘600’ designation is credit to our 600 series of forgedblades from the early-to-mid 2000’s,” says Josh Talge. “The designs are from an important part of our Titleist heritage.”

The 620 irons made their debut at the 2019 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. Seven Titleist staff players have the 620’s in play including two former major champion winners, Webb Simpson and Jimmy Walker.

Steel shafts are $175 per club, with graphite shafts available $187.50 per club with a variety of shafts available.

The new Titleist Tour bag.

This new golf bag made it’s debut on the PGA Tour, at the start of the FedExCup Playoffs.

And it’s the stylish bag used by Justin Thomas during his victory, at the BMW Championship played at Medinah during the playoffs.

The new style and design come from feedback and input, from PGA Tour players and caddies.

The 2020 Jet Black Collection, come with a variety of top notch materials. With the Titleist mix of colors that include Red, White, and Black. “I’m absolutely pumped with the creation of this new bag,” said Thomas. “It’s really slick.”

Thomas is now one of the over 150 players who have used a Titleist Tour Bag on the PGA Tour this year. The tour bag is available now for $550.00, and the full jetblack collection will be available in early 2020.

More information on Titleist golf products at Titleist.com.

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About Rory Spears

Rory spent over 8 years growing up working at Rob Roy Golf Club in Prospect Hts.IL, then two years at Chevy Chase in Wheeling. He has covered golf in Chicago since 1986. Rory was one of the initial members of WSCR all-sports radio Chicago and covered golf there for 5 seasons, before moving on to work for ESPN/Sportsticker and ESPN Radio. In addition to hosting Golfers on Golf Radio on WCPT AM820 Chicago, he writes for both the Chicago District (CDGA) Magazine, and formerly Chicagoland Golf. Rory has played over 525 courses in 39 states, and rates golf courses. He does golf course management and communications consulting, within the golf industry.