PRODUCT SPECIALIST

FRAZER JONES

Chester, Staffordshire, West Midlands, Warwickshire, Derbyshire, Shropshire and South Yorkshire

GET TO KNOW PRODUCT SPECIALIST FRAZER JONES

What do you enjoy most about your role as a Titleist Product Specialist?
Seeing the enjoyment of a golfer hitting better shots.

What’s the biggest performance gain you’ve seen during a fitting?
Gaining over 30 yards (average) with a driver and significantly improving the control/dispersion to more than half of the consumers current driver.

What’s your favourite part of the bag to fit a consumer for?
My favourite would have to be iron fitting but definitely enjoying fitting the SM7 range. 

What was the first Titleist club you fit a consumer for? 
The first Titleist club was for a 913 D2 Driver with a diamana blue regular, Set on A2. Still remember the specs!!

What’s your golf story? How did you first get in to golf?
Growing up in the era of Tiger Woods I would have to say he was the biggest influence on me playing golf as none of my friends or family had played. Joining my first golf club at the age of 12 I had the aspiration of becoming a Professional golfer. After years of playing and competing I later decided to pursue a career in golf applying to the PGA at 19. Successfully completing my degree in golf I was awarded full membership to the PGA to which I have continued to work in golf.

What’s your favourite course to play?
That’s a tough choice as there is a lot I still need to play but I would have to say Royal Birkdale

What’s your favourite Titleist memory?
The most memorable for me would have to be getting my first Titleist Vokey wedges as a junior and winning the next competition.

If you weren’t a Titleist Product Specialist, what would you be doing?
I would be working as a Golf coach and custom fitter

Pro V1 or Pro V1x?
Pro V1x 

Do you prefer to play in rain or wind?
Definitely wind!

Parkland or Links golf?
Some of my favourite courses are links but grew up playing parkland I would have to go with that. Parkland

Drive for Show or Putt for Dough? and explain
Putt for Dough!
Watching some of the greatest moments in Golf I have always remembered the crucial putts that have been made to win major events. Because of these memories I have always favoured Putt for Dough