PGA TOUR Equipment Changes Graphic - 2013

January 5, 2013

2013 PGA TOUR Equipment Changes

All of the equipment changes on the TOUR got so confusing I made this little graphic to sort it out.

Titleist looks like the big loser in the signing sweepstakes. Note that this does not take into account all of the re-signings, only the movement.

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  • I wonder why there was the mass exodus from Titleist?

    Posted by Scott Messner on 01/05

  • Because the others are willing to pay more to sign a PGA pro?

    Not being flippant - Titleist, if I understand correctly, has traditionally has placed limits on how much it will compensate a Tour pro, preferring to let its products be the focus of its marketing efforts.

    Tiger woods, for example, still used some of his Titleist clubs (like his putter) after he left Titleist for Nike.

    Posted by Pappy on 01/05

  • I wonder if it has something to do with the purchase of Titleist by a Korean conglomerate last May.

    Posted by The Original Golf Blogger on 01/05

  • Hard to understand why so many have left Titleist.

    I would have thought with the quality of their equipment they would always receive loyalty. Perhaps the amount of money Nike was offering the players was just too great.

    Maybe as mentioned it has something to do with the change in ownership?

    I’ll gladly receive a sponsorship from Titleist should it be offered!

    Posted by Troy Vayanos on 01/06

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