Christmas treat for Titleist fans

2014 10 Titleist Free Christmas Golf Ball Personalisation Offer 2014

With the festive season fast approaching, Christmas shoppers need look no further for the perfect present for their golf fan friends – leading golf ball manufacturer Titleist is offering free personalisation on their golf balls this festive season.


The No.1 ball in golf is offering customers a free personalised printing programme on all Titleist golf ball models – with anything from the individuals initials, a nickname or even a special Christmas message.

The special Christmas personalisation offers black print in block capitals across up to three lines with a maximum of seventeen characters per line. In addition to the free personalisation, Titleist will also include a complimentary Titleist ball marker with every pack. Furthermore, each order will also be packaged in a specially designed Christmas wrap to give it that added festive touch.

With a minimum order requirement of just one dozen balls, this offer is available now with the closing date for orders requiring pre-Christmas delivery being Monday December 8, 2014. Anyone wishing to place their order for personalised Titleist golf balls, or for further information, should contact their nearest Titleist stockist. To find details of your nearest stockist log on to titleist.co.uk or call 01480 301 114.

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