Team Titleist Invitational

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By Weston G

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    How does one become lucky enough to score an invite to the TT Invitational? Has anyone gone in the past? How amazing was it... Please tell. Haha

  2. Tyler H
    Appleton, WI

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    Just watch for the announcement. It is open to the first so many that register, usually around 80 people.

    TH
  3. Don O
    Madison, WI

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    Amazing? Fun? Experience? Adventure? Pick one.

    If repeated this year, there will be a first come-first serve sign-up. Be prepared to jump on early, as the spots fill up quickly. Would suggest you get pre-approved from your family before it is posted. If it ends up being at a premium resort, just know the program itself will likely be near a grand.
  4. Tim Tiger
    Bixby, OK

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    There are TT Invitationals?
    Oh, what a country.


    TT
  5. Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

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    Once it is announced you make your reservation and pay your fee. I have been three times; 2015, 2016, 2017. They put on awesome events and the courses are simply the best. We have the opportunity to meet some great folks as well. Accommadations and food top notch. Last year we went to the TPC Sawgrass (played Dyes Valley and Players Stadium), 2016 Pinehurst (played #4 and #2) and 2015 Southern Pines (Pine Needles). Each event includes a demonstration of the Titleist balls and equipment. The gift bags are always ten plus plus....... And for some, whatever happens at the Invitationals stays at the Invitationals.....ha..ha.. Titleist always comes thru with a first class event. Sorry I missed the one in 2014. Cheers and just keep nd reading the posts everyday to see when the HAPPENING will occur and where. Save your pennies.
  6. pulplvr
    Spring, TX

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    Basically, participate in the Community. Pay attention to posts. Commit as early as possible. Here are links to the last two invitations:

    www.titleist.com/.../join-us-for-the-team-titleist-invitational-at-tpc-sawgrass , and

    www.titleist.com/.../join-us-for-the-team-titleist-invitational-at-pinehurst .

    If you spend a bit of time searching the site, you should be able to find additional information about the events from those who participated.
  7. Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

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    pulplvr said:

    Basically, participate in the Community. Pay attention to posts. Commit as early as possible. Here are links to the last two invitations:

    www.titleist.com/.../join-us-for-the-team-titleist-invitational-at-tpc-sawgrass , and

    www.titleist.com/.../join-us-for-the-team-titleist-invitational-at-pinehurst .

    If you spend a bit of time searching the site, you should be able to find additional information about the events from those who participated.

    Had fun didn't we Ted?
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  8. Speedy
    Newmarket, NH

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    I went to the first one in Pinehurst with Hotsauce and Higs.. Then we had this 4th guy... Yeah.. it was a tough few days playing with him AND hanging out with him. He goes by TT (kinda ironic huh?) Anyways, besides hanging with him it was a blast. Titleist puts on a first class event, hands down.. SIGN up quick though. Announcements will probably come soon. Looking forward to seeing where this location is..
  9. 19hole
    Woburn, MA

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    If you are really adventurous, TT in the UK is having an Invitational at Trump Turnberry in October. I got an invite but the dates just don't work for me.
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    Wow. Thanks for the useful info. I NEED to get out to one. Sounds like a dream event for sure.


    I played Trump Turnberry last July, and it was by far the best experience of my life. -don't tell my wife or my three kids.
  11. Chris92009
    Cincinnati, Ohio

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    As pointed out, they are usually announced in the spring or summer...keep an eye out!
  12. Marc S
    El Paso, TX

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    I've participated in two Invitationals and I can tell you from experience they may seem pricey at face value but once you confirm your attendance, start the planning, arrive on site, meet fellow TT peeps, and then experience all that Titleist has in store for the event you will not ever think about the price again. The experience alone almost pays for itself. Good luck and hope you're able to attend. You won't regret it.
  13. Todd T
    San Diego, CA

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    Hope hey bring it to the West(best) Coast!

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