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Titleist revamps ball lineup for 2005

Written by: Tony Korologos a.k.a. mediaguru | Tuesday, March 1st, 2005
Categories: Golf Balls

Titleist has not come out with a “new” ball yet. But they have “tweaked” the ball speed and spin rate of the ProV1. According to their charts they’ve increased the length of the ball a few yards and reduced the spin on certain iron shots.

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Sneak Peak of the Titleist 905 driver

Written by: Tony Korologos a.k.a. mediaguru | Saturday, February 19th, 2005
Categories: Golf ClubsGolf Equipment

Some crazy person paid $2047.00 for one on ebay!
click here for a sneak peak of the Titleist 905 driver.

Titleist Vokey Oil Can Wedge

Written by: Tony Korologos | Monday, January 17th, 2005
Categories: Golf ClubsGolf EquipmentReviews

Oil Can
The Titleist Oil Can get’s it’s name from it’s finish. Each Oil Can wedge is unique looking due to a heat oxide treatment. This process provides a non-glare appearance as well as a very soft feeling wedge. Over time, the Oil Can finish will wear resulting in a raw wedge.

If the wedge gets wet it will rust. I would soak mine in a wet towel overnight and there would be a great deal of rust on the surface. (Don’t use a nice towel because the rust stains won’t wash out). The rust would act as a coating which would give the club even more grip on the face of the club which allowed me to impart even more spin on my shots.

This club is excellent in design, look and feel. It performed perfectly from full swings to small chips and pitches. On full swings the square looking grooves did shave a few different brands of balls. It didn’t work extremely well out of the sand but that may have been due to the lack of bounce on the model I tested.

The Vokey Oil Can Wedges will provide you with great performance and feedback.

Rating 8/10
MRSRP $125.00
Web site: http://www.titleist.com

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