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Now on Tour: New Titleist GT Drivers To Be Unveiled at the Memorial Tournament

Titleist GT Drivers

Well, my fellow golf aficionados, if you’re a gearhead like me, then you’re in for a treat!

For five seasons running, Titleist drivers have been the preferred weapons of choice for the world’s best players strutting their stuff on the PGA TOUR. And guess what?

The next generation of these magnificent metal woods, the Titleist GT drivers, is being rolled out later this week at the Memorial Tournament.

That’s right, the Titleist Metalwoods R&D team is unveiling the shiny new Titleist GT2, GT3, and GT4 drivers.

This grand unveiling at Muirfield Village marks the beginning of a fascinating journey of tour seeding and validation that will unfold over the coming weeks and months across professional tours around the globe.

As if that wasn’t enough to make your golfing heart skip a beat, the new Titleist GT fairway metals are also making their grand debut this week in the Buckeye State.

Now, I know what you’re thinking: how does Titleist keep hitting it out of the park with their clubs?

Well, the answer lies in their obsessive collaboration with the best players in the game throughout the R&D process.

They earn their final validation from these top-tier athletes, ensuring that every club is tweaked to perfection.

“The whole [Titleist Golf Club R&D] team from top to bottom is just obsessed with making things as good as they can and they have such a deep understanding of us on the PGA TOUR and golfers in general,” said Titleist Brand Ambassador Cameron Young.

“They’ve seen everything, and there’s no little thing that you can bring to them that isn’t fixable or something they can’t experiment with.”

“They all have such a deep knowledge of the equipment, there’s always a solution to what you’re looking for.” 

This week, the Titleist Tour Representatives have their work cut out for them.

They’ll be busy fine-tuning these new GT models with players over the three days at the Memorial, gathering performance feedback and dialling them into their new gear.

And come Thursday’s opening round, we’ll witness the first competitive swings with these state-of-the-art GT metalwoods.


Titleist drivers have ruled the roost on the PGA TOUR since the 2018-19 season, a reign that began with the groundbreaking Titleist Speed Project.

Just last week at the Canadian Open, a whopping 59 players teed up with a Titleist driver, outnumbering the nearest competitor by 25.

Among these golfing luminaries are Ludvig Åberg, Wyndham Clark, Brian Harman, Max Homa, Tom Kim, Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas, Cameron Young, Will Zalatoris, and not forgetting the illustrious champions of the 2021 FedEx Cup, 2022 U.S. Open, and 2024 WM Phoenix Open.

But it’s not just the pros who are smitten with Titleist. These drivers are also the top pick at the biggest amateur championships.

At last week’s NCAA Division I Men’s Championship, more than half the field (51 per cent) opted for Titleist drivers, including the individual champion.

The trend continued at the NCAA Division I Women’s Championship (33 per cent) and the Augusta National Women’s Amateur in April, where the majority of competitors, including the champion, favoured Titleist drivers.

In conclusion, if you’re in the market for a new driver, the new Titleist GT series should be at the top of your list.

With their cutting-edge technology and stamp of approval from the game’s best, these drivers promise to elevate your game to new heights.

So, keep your eyes peeled for the latest and greatest from Titleist, and maybe, just maybe, you’ll find yourself playing with the same gear as your golfing heroes.