Titleist's new truck: Exclusive tour

2016 08 Dsc 9931

• Titleist's new tour truck is in action for the first time
• A launch event took place on the tour truck
• Brand's pros and reps celebrated occasion together

Titleist | European Tour truck

Titleist has officially revealed its new European Tour support truck that it has described as 'bigger and better equipped than ever'.

We received exclusive access to the launch of the new truck at Archerfield Links ahead of the Paul Lawrie Match Play and now we can share some images from inside the state-of-the-art vehicle with you.

To celebrate the occasion, Titleist invited many of its European Tour players including Peter Uihlein, Gary Stal and Morten Orum Madsen to join the brand's leadership team for a commemorative photo.

Titleist

Read more -> Tour pros show love to Titleist 917 driver

As you would expect, the tour truck is packed to the rafters with gear. With Titleist currently seeding its 917 prototype driver with its European Tour pros, the brand's tour staff estimate they built between 50 and 60 drivers on its first week on tour at this year's Scottish Open.

On top of that, the truck holds over 100 boxes of Pro V1 and Pro V1x balls, over 1,000 different shafts, 50 heads from each of its four iron ranges, as well as between 75 and 100 Vokey SM6 wedge heads.

image2

image2

IMG_5932

IMG_5930

IMG_5910

Read more -> Titleist :: The story behind the logo

Add in stacks of FootJoy gloves, Titleist hats, mitts, towels and drawers full of FootJoy rainwear and you start to build the picture of just how much the tour truck holds.

IMG_5922

IMG_5940

You can’t forget the ‘tour only’ putters made by Scotty Cameron, either.

These funky tour headcovers are reserved exclusively for the tour players with many of the putter designs also falling into Scotty Cameron’s tour exclusive Circle T family.

IMG_5911

Read more -> Hot new Scotty tour putters released online

When it comes to the design of the truck itself, it has been split into two.

There is what Titleist calls the ‘hospitality’ area, which is where players will sit and discuss changes to their gear, pick up their Pro V1/Pro V1x golf ball and FootJoy gloves for the week.

It’s also somewhere they can catch up catch up with the tour reps, have a cup of tea and even hide from the rain on the odd occasion.

DSC_9930

The workshop sits behind a set of automatic doors and now has much more space than it did in the old tour truck.

DSC_9961

With spaces set aside for stamping on Titleist Vokey SM6 wedges, there are also machines to adjust the grinds on wedges to suit different playing conditions.

As well as that, there is a loft and lie gauge for the Scotty Cameron putters and drawer upon drawer of clubheads, shafts and grips.. It really is a golf gear heaven.

Read more -> Titleist Vokey SM6 wedges :: Gleneagles Trial Day

Golf News

Meet Luke Willett - aka 'The Iron Golfer'
Tom Lewis back after winning 'toughest battle' against chipping yips
Brooks Koepka - What you can learn from his swing
Ernie Els has launched an unusual new business venture
A peek inside bunkered’s Winter Guide 2019

Other Top Stories

Tiger Woods puts new irons in the bag
New Fife golf course gets go ahead
Review: Adare Manor, Ireland's rejuvenated masterpiece
Win a spot in the ASI Scottish Open Pro-Am with Hilton
Padraig Harrington targets 2020 Ryder Cup captaincy

Quick tips with Denis Pugh and Peter Barber See all videos right arrow

play button
Weaken your grip to hit a fade
Callaway
play button
How to hit the ball straighter with Denis Pugh
Watch
play button
Keeping your clubface square
Watch
play button
Lengthen your backswing for more power
Watch
See all videos right arrow