Titleist 905R

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DCIGUYDCIGUY  424WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 424
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It seems like everyone and their brother have already tried or have this driver in their bag. Where are you getting them? I'm from a small town and will not have access to it until it arrives in our proshop in a couple weeks or until I find a place on the internet to purchase it. However, Titleist reps are fitting customers at our local course in April, so will probably wait until then. Comments.....
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  • pm hackerpm hacker Bloody Lil' White Ball.......  793WRX Points: 92Charter Members Posts: 793 Golden Tee
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    DCIGUY wrote on Mar 4 2006, 09:16 AM:


    It seems like everyone and their brother have already tried or have this driver in their bag. Where are you getting them? I'm from a small town and will not have access to it until it arrives in our proshop in a couple weeks or until I find a place on the internet to purchase it. However, Titleist reps are fitting customers at our local course in April, so will probably wait until then. Comments.....




    I purchased mine through my Titleist Rep. If you want to purchase one via the internet, go to the WRX Mall of Pro Shops Sub-Forum and look up DiscountDansGolf.com. They are presently taking orders. Shoot them an email, mention that you're a member here and they'll hook you up with a deal. Hope this helps you in your quest image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':kewlpics:' />
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  • DCIGUYDCIGUY  424WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 424
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    Just purchased a 56 and a 60 Spin Milled from Discount Dans. Great price and pretty quick service, will do business again. However, would like to be fitted for the 905R to make sure the loft and shaft are correct for my swing. I am guessing a 9.5 with a V2 stiff shaft but want to be certain. Thanks for the reply pm hacker.

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  • KevCarterKevCarter Wisconsin 12924WRX Points: 466ClubWRX Posts: 12,924 ClubWRX
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    DCIGUY wrote on Mar 4 2006, 01:16 PM:


    It seems like everyone and their brother have already tried or have this driver in their bag. Where are you getting them? I'm from a small town and will not have access to it until it arrives in our proshop in a couple weeks or until I find a place on the internet to purchase it. However, Titleist reps are fitting customers at our local course in April, so will probably wait until then. Comments.....




    I think a lot of us are club pros on the Titleist staff. They have a seed program that gets us our personal use clubs a little early. I think that helps get the word out on new equipment. I am able to place more orders from my members as they get to see my stuff early, so it's a win/win for Titleist and it's staff guys. Titleist is really good to us, another reason they have so much loyalty from us club pros. I wouldn't even think about using equipment that doesn't say Titleist/Cobra/Foot Joy!



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  • DCIGUYDCIGUY  424WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 424
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    Thanks 704, knowing that alot of the people saying they have these already are club pros answers my question. As for loyalty, there will probably never be anything in my bag but acushnet products also.
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