VINTAGE Titleist by Acushnet

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By Ricky M

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  1. Hey Ricky.
    Those are incredible condition clubs. I just ordered a set of vintage Titleist by Acushnet irons and would like to flow some new paint to get them looking new-ish. Do you still have the original resolution photos you posted? I'd really like to use them as reference.
    Let me know and I'll PM you my email.

    Thanks!!

    Bob
  2. Hey Ricky.
    Those are incredible condition clubs. I just ordered a set of vintage Titleist by Acushnet irons and would like to flow some new paint to get them looking new-ish. Do you still have the original resolution photos you posted? I'd really like to use them as reference.
    Let me know and I'll PM you my email.

    Thanks!!

    Bob
  3. I’m pretty sure the Finalist line were ladies clubs and balls. My club pro recommend I use the Finalist ball when I was about 13 or 14. I preferred the Golden Ram because they had four in a sleeve for the same price as three Club Special balls.
  4. I found a complete set of these at an estate sale in Chandler AZ, 2-PW, and all 4 woods, including a bull's-eye flange putter, oh and the original gold leather golf bag. In the bag we're a few scorecards from Pinewood GC in Munds Park, AZ. Research I've done suggest these were the first clubs Titleist/Acushnet stamped their name on but the designer was Golfcraft, who Titleist acquired as they expanded from ball production into club making sometime in late fities early sixties. Not much out there online about these irons but from what I found it appears they were only available to pros, proshops and colleges via catalog.
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  5. I think I have the same set, I was looking to sell them and found this thread when I was looking for the model number. Is there any way for me to confirm what kind mine are (like a serial number or something)?

    Thanks in advance!

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  6. Great set of clubs.I have a set of 1965 golfcraft continental precision built clubs.Since acushnet purchased Golfcraft Inc in 1969 and your set is identical to mine I would guess yours were made in 1969.
  7. Mike M

    Mike M
    Salem MA

    Wow. Great find. The irons look like they've hardly been hit. I wish I could get a look at the persimmon woods. The photo of the sole of the woods is cool, but would love to see the complete head.

    Not sure what you paid, but I'm sure you'll get some offers should you want to sell.

    Amazing set.
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