Leading golf club rental agency Clubs to Hire is now offering Titleist products for the first time.
The Dublin-based company hires sets of golf clubs in 29 popular golfing regions around the globe and is now stocking the leading brand’s range of TS (Titleist Speed) woods, 718 AP1 game improvement irons, Vokey SM7 wedges and Scotty Cameron putters.
The announcement comes hot on the heels of the news that six-time Tour winner and chairman of the European Tour players’ committee, David Howell – a Titleist staff player – will continue as a Clubs to Hire global ambassador.
Howell said: “I’m delighted to be back working with Titleist after 17 years and equally delighted to see that Titleist products will be available at Clubs to Hire for the first time.”
Clubs to Hire co-founder Tony Judge added: “We always strive to offer our clients excellent product and service and the arrival of Titleist product is great news for all concerned. The introduction of Vokey wedges and Scotty Cameron putters is also very exciting.”
The Titleist product is already available to book – with collection from March 11 – with a full set costing €85 for a week’s rental.
Clubs to Hire handles more than 300,000 annual visits to its website and more than 80,000 bookings for rental clubs at 29 locations worldwide, including popular golfing regions in the USA, Thailand, Australia, South Africa and five countries across the Mediterranean, offering the latest clubs on the market, from leading brands such as TaylorMade, Titleist and Callaway – for men and women, left- or right-handed. Clients can also add shoe rental, balls, tees and hats to their order.
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