TS3 driver snapped and head cracked

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By DBowers

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  1. Anybody else broke a TS3 or TS2 driver? Played about my 7th round today with mine and a bubble had popped up to the right of the alignment marker on the crown so it seems like a crack where the face meets the crown. Happened on a hit high on the face towards the face. Didn’t pay attention to it but noticed a different sound. Next shot with it the club snapped at the hosel on a shot dead on the sweet spot. Titleist TS3 9.5 degree with project x hzrdus smoke 6.5. Loved it until this. And of course I don’t have a receipt.

  2. Don O

    Don O
    Madison, WI

    If you bought it through a legitimate shop, they should be willing to issue a return to Titleist. Even online vetted vendors like Global Golf or Discount Dan's would be helpful for making it right. If you didn't pay cash, you can at least prove when and where you made a large Titleist purchase. That much damage would be rare with Titleist. If you bought if online and and paid much less than $499, then it may be counterfeit. I have no doubt Titleist will help to make a legitimate club right.
  3. ADeLucia

    Raleigh NC

    call customer service. they should be willing to point you in the right direction
  4. I hope you can get a replacement ! Were you playing in a colder area of the country (northeastern US ) ? I'm always fearful of damaging my clubs when playing in sub 45 degree weather, but just love being out on the course whenever possible.
  5. Dr. Kovatchian

    Dr. Kovatchian

    Post us a few pics.
    Would love to see what's going on.

    Dr. K
  6. Rich T

    Rich T
    Shrewsbury, MA

    Curious to hear how this worked out. Any update?
  7. 8.5 degree TS3 LH Even Flow XS, my crown bubbled up with a ridge to the left of the alignment marker today after a perfectly hit drive while playing Torrey South. Took driver bake to a Roger Dunn Golf shop and they are sending back to Titleist for a warranty replacement. I have it it high off the face in the past but never off the crown, no dummy marks. I can only assume a manufacturing defect caused this. I will be interested to see what Titleist says here. I have had the driver since November.
  8. This has happened to mine as well but I’ve not got round to calling anyone about it yet as I don’t think it’s affected the performance of the driver.

    Should do really cus it doesn’t look right.

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  9. Same thing happened to mine this morning, except I caught it befor EJ swung it on the range. Hozzle is separating from the shaft in one side, causing movement on the head. Going to bring it back to golf galaxy. Only have about 6 rounds woth it.
  10. I think the same thing happened to mine today. Was hitting balls on the range and noticed a much different sound. After inspecting further I found a subtle bubble/ridge to the right of the alignment marker. I will be calling Titleist tomorrow to see what they have to say.
  11. Oh dear this doesn't look good for the TS project.

    I'm even happier with my 917 now.
  12. Alex said:

    Oh dear this doesn't look good for the TS project.

    I'm even happier with my 917 now.

    I am seeing a lot of used TS drivers in the used rack at my local retailer. I have a 917 D2 and I’m happy with it, I will wait a while before changing.
  13. Christopher V

    Christopher V
    Edmond, OK

    Just take it back to wherever you bought it or call Titleist. Getting a replacement head is an easy process in golf.

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