Leading equipment brand unveils state-of-the-art National Fitting Centre at Craigielaw
By Chris Johnston
RYDER CUP winner Stephen Gallacher was the guest of honour as Titleist celebrated the official opening of its new state-of-the-art National Fitting Centre at Craigielaw Golf Club.
The three-time European Tour winner was joined by members of Team Titleist and key Titleist retail partners for an introduction to the facility, which will allow golfers to benefit from the ultimate personal fitting experience.
The centre will be staffed by highly experienced Titleist fitting professional, Graeme Noblett, who will offer the same fitting process, technology and Trackman launch monitor technology as utilised by Titleist’s PGA and European Tour ambassadors, such as Adam Scott, Jordan Spieth and Rafa Cabrera Bello.
“The introduction of a Titleist National Fitting Centre at Craigielaw Golf Club is hugely exciting and underlines our commitment to club fitting and helping golfers to find the best clubs for their games,” said Titleist product manager Richard Temple.
“Scotland is the home of golf and East Lothian has a particular abundance of incredible golf courses, so there is no more fitting a location possible for the latest addition to our National Fitting Centre network than Craigielaw.
“Our highly skilled fitting professionals have been trained by some of the greatest club fitters in the game and their expertise, coupled with the incredible technology and facilities at their disposal, will guarantee that golfers who are fit at Craigielaw leave with a fine-tuned set composition and clubs optimised for the best possible performance.”
Titleist brand ambassador Gallacher added: “The new Titleist National Fitting Centre at Craigielaw will give golfers the same fitting experience we receive on tour, allowing them to get the best out of their golf gear and enjoy playing better golf.
“I was delighted to attend the official opening of the facility and am sure it will be an important addition to the UK golfing landscape for golfers looking to make improvements.”