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Launch Pad - Titleist Golf
By Tom Landers | Published  10/6/2009 | Gear and Accessories | Unrated
Launch Pad - Titleist Golf

Scotty Cameron
California Dreaming

The new California putters are precision-milled from stainless steel and fitted with circular weights in the heel and toe. Four different putter options--The Coronado, Monterey, Sonoma and Del Mar--make it easy for players to choose a putter with the appearance they prefer, the length and weight they need, and neck configuration that produces the proper amount of toe flow during the stroke.
Each putter features a draft sole design that keeps the putter square in the playing position for proper alignment, and a high/toe set-up that reduces the tendency for players to raise the toe and aim left of target. The putters are precision-milled from soft stainless steel and fitted with circular weights in the heel and toe that allow each model to be offered in 33-inch, 34-inch and 35-inch lengths, as well as 34-inch and 35-inch heavier weight configurations. The line is distinguished by a “honey dipped” finish, a natural bronze coating that comes a from a heat-treating process that is part of the head manufacturing process. Retail: $315


AP1 and AP2 Irons

The AP1 and AP2 irons are multi-material, dual cavity clubs that promise feel, forgiveness and shot control.
The irons have been upgraded for feel with the addition of a new Tuned Feel System. Additionally, the structure of the new AP1 provides improved forgiveness, while a modified sole in the AP2 offers improved ground control.
Other improvements to the AP1 include reducing face thickness to provide enhanced heel, toe and deep weighting to the frame. The AP2 has subtle refinements for feel, sound and turf interaction.
$142 per club in steel shaft, $167 in graphite.


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