Titleist Launches Free Golf Ball Personalisation for Christmas

By: Golfshake Editor | Thu 15 Nov 2018 | Comments


Titleist's popular free custom personalisation promotion has made a welcome return for Christmas with complimentary messages being available across the full line of golf balls, including the Pro V1 and Pro V1x, making a potential memorable gift to a golfer this Festive Season.

Christmas Personalisation has been a firm favourite amongst Titleist fans and 2018 sees the promotion return by popular demand. Personalisation is available in classic black printing and messages can include three lines of 17 characters, and with a minimum order requirement of just one dozen. The promotion is now live, and orders must be submitted by December 10th to ensure delivery before Christmas Day. 

As well as the Pro V1 and Pro V1x, customers can etch their personal message on any of Titleist’s range of golf balls including DT TruSoft, Velocity, Tour Soft and the all-new AVX. Each model in the range has been designed and manufactured in Titleist owned and operated facilities, and lead the way in each of their respective categories for golf ball performance.

Speaking on the initiative, Titleist Brand Director, Michael Creighton, said: “We’ve offered free Christmas personalisation for over ten years now and it’s always met with overwhelming positivity among loved ones looking for that special present for the golfer in their lives.

“We can think of no better gift this Christmas than the #1 ball in golf and, by placing their own heartfelt or humorous message, customers can ensure this is a present the golfer will never forget.”

Anyone looking to place an order for personalised Titleist golf balls or seeking further information should contact their nearest Titleist stockist. To find details of your nearest stockist visit www.titleist.co.uk/find-a-golf-shop.


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