Have you ever wondered where your favorite golf clubs are made?
Though most golf clubs are assembled in the United States, some of their components are made in China to save on cost. This is true even for well-known brands.
In this post, we’ll dive into where Titleist manufactures its golf clubs. You’ll also learn other interesting facts about each Titleist’s ownership, the price range for their golf clubs, and which pro golfers they have partnered with.
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Where Are Titleist Golf Clubs Made?
Though more famous for their high-quality golf balls, such as the Pro V1 and Pro V1x, Titleist offers an expansive line of golf clubs. Although the company headquarters is in Fairhaven, Massachusetts, Titleist assembles all golf clubs at its Carlsbad, California plant.
Like most companies, Titleist relies on China for cheaper labor rates. Most of the shafts and grips are made in China and then shipped to California for final assembly.
Japan also plays a vital role in the development of Titleist golf clubs. The club heads of all Titleist irons are forged in Japan before being sent to California.
Who Owns Titleist?
Titleist is owned by Acushnet, which a Korean investment group bought in 2011 for over a billion dollars.
Pro Golfers That Use Titleist Golf Clubs
Though many PGA Tour players use Titleist golf balls, many folks are surprised to learn that several of their favorite stars also use Titleist golf clubs. Here is a short list of the most popular ones:
- Justin Thomas: TSr3 Driver
- Webb Simpson: TSi3 Driver
- Patrick Cantlay: TS3 Driver
- Sung-Jae Im: TSi2 Driver
- Jordan Spieth: TSi3 Driver
- Nelly Korda: TSi1 Driver
- Will Zalatoris: TSr3 Driver
- Garrick Higgo: TSr4 Driver
- Cameron Smith: TSr3 Driver
- Cameron Young: TSr3 Driver
- Max Homa: TSr3 Driver
Titleist clubs range from $2,700 to $3,500 for a full set.
Our Favorite Titleist Clubs
If you’re looking for some of our favorite Titleist clubs, here are our top 2: