Titleist announce two Scottish Vokey SM6 wedge fitting dates

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Titleist product and fitting experts will be visiting Scotland next week to give you the chance to be fitted for the new SM6 wedges, designed by master craftsman Bob Vokey.

Two venues have been penned down in the Home of Golf – Gleneagles on Thursday 28th (10am-2pm) and Craigielaw GC on Friday 29th (1pm-5pm) – where Titleist’s expert team will educate golfers in how the Vokey SM6 wedges can help improve three areas of their wedge game: distance gapping, shot versatility and maximum spin.

“The Vokey SM6 Tour looks to build on the overwhelming success we have already had since launching the new SM6 wedges and allow more golfers to be educated in the importance of finding the best wedge set-up for their game,” said Richard Temple, Titleist Golf Club product and fitting manager.

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“We have selected some of the best short game facilities in the UK & Ireland for these events, to ensure golfers have a great opportunity to select the best performing equipment for their game. This is just the start of a busy calendar of events for our network of fitting staff and underlines our commitment to help golfers shoot lower scores.”

As part of Titleist’s dedication to help golfers of all abilities to shoot their best scores, golfers attending each of these events will also be able to experience the Titleist golf ball fitting process to find the best ball for their game, as well as trialling the latest line of Scotty Cameron putters.

Golfers will need to contact their local venue to reserve their place at one of the Vokey SM6 Tour events in advance. A full listing of these events as well as all relevant contact details for each location can be found at: http://www.titleist.co.uk/fitting-day-schedule

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