The SureFit® Hosel features a sleeve and ring, each with four settings. The sleeve settings are numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, and the ring settings are lettered A, B, C, D. There are 16 unique loft and lie angle combinations.
Adjusting the SureFit Hosel
Insert SureFit wrench into hosel screw and rotate counter-clockwise until hosel becomes loose, move adjustment ring to the desired setting, and tighten clockwise until you feel and hear the wrench “click”. If the screw feels like it is binding, stop and realign components.
- TS, 917, 915, 913 and 910 driver shafts are interchangeable.
- TS, 917, 915 and 913 fairway shafts are interchangeable.
- Titleist Driver & Fairway SureFit Hosels adjust in .75° loft and lie increments.
- Titleist Hybrid SureFit Hosels adjust in 1° loft and lie increments.
Performance Fitting Guides
Start in the standard position: A•1 (RH) or D•4 (LH).
Move up or down in the grid to adjust trajectory.
Move left or right in the grid to fine-tune direction.
+/- .75° denotes driver/fairway settings; +/- 1° denotes hybrid setting.
For best results, see an authorised Titleist Fitter.
*LOFT = EFFECTIVE LOFT with a square face at impact.
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SureFit CG Weights
SureFit CG is a dynamic technology that allows club fitters and golfers to adjust the CG position and Swingweight through interchangeable weights, optimising launch & spin for maximum distance.
Insert tip of SureFit® Wrench into SureFit® CG Weight end cap to remove installed weight. Rotate the wrench counterclockwise until end cap is loose and can be removed by hand. Carefully remove the end cap from the head and set it aside in a secure area. Remove weight from the driver's head.
Once the SureFit® CG Weight and end cap have been placed into the desired setting, insert weight by hand into weight port. Insert SureFit® wrench into weight end cap. Rotate the wrench clockwise until you feel the wrench “click”.
View + / • / - on tip end of weight. Arrows will help determine what side goes in first for desired result.
SureFit Flat Weights
Insert the tip of the SureFit Wrench into the screw located in the weight. Rotate the wrench counter-clockwise until the weight is loose and can be removed by hand. Insert the desired weight by hand into the weight port. Insert the wrench into weight screw. Rotate wrench clockwise until you feel the wrench “click.”
SureFit Weight Options
As each new Vokey line improves on the last, one thing remains the same: every Spin Milled groove on every wedge is inspected to ensure it delivers the quality and precision you expect. Design for maximum spin, now to even tighter tolerances.
- End cap will be separate from weight. Make sure to hold the end cap securely.
- 917 Metals & 818 Hybrids are shipped with one additional SureFit CG Weight. If Neutral weight is installed, Draw/Fade weight will be loose. If Draw/Fade weight is installed, Neutral weight will be loose.
- TS & 917 driver and fairway weights are not interchangeable.
- TS & 917 driver and 818 hybrid weights are also not interchangeable.
- Additional heavier and lighter weights sold separately.
Read instructions completely before use.
The SureFit® wrench must be used to properly and safely adjust the performance of Titleist metals. Club components should be inspected frequently, before and during play, to ensure that all connections are tight. Keep the hosel connection area clean from dirt and debris at all times. This proprietary system is only compatible with genuine Titleist components and must NOT be used with components from other manufacturers. Failure to adhere to this provision may void the warranty and/or cause damage to the system. Failure to follow these instructions may create a situation where the clubhead could loosen or disengage from the shaft during a swing, possibly causing serious injury.
For more information, explore this website. Titleist golf clubs conform to the Rules of Golf approved by the USGA and R&A. However, the settings on your golf club must not be adjusted during a round of golf. For complete rules information visit, www.usga.org or www.randa.org.