Now on Tour: New Titleist T200 and T300 Irons

Following last week’s debut of the new T100, 620 CB and 620 MB irons at the U.S. Open, and the new U-500 and U-510 utility irons and TS hybrids at the Memorial Tournament two weeks prior – Titleist’s tour seeding and validation process continue this week at the PGA Tour’s Travelers Championship.

Two new irons – the new Titleist T200 and T300 models – are making their tour debut Monday at TPC River Highlands.

For the next three days, Titleist Tour Representatives will continue working with players and fitting them into the new irons, utilities and hybrids – as this process continues across the worldwide professional tours.

Validating product performance across global tours is a critical step in the development of all high-performance Titleist golf equipment. Based on initial tour player testing and feedback, the new lineup is poised to continue Titleist's run as the most played iron on the PGA Tour for each of the last five years and 14 of the last 15 seasons.

Stay tuned to Titleist.com and Titleist's social channels for updates.
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Father's Day is a great opportunity to bring you 11 massive groaners from the past 70-plus years to share with those you love:

I think I want to quit my real estate job. I’d rather clean mirrors for a living. It’s just something I can see myself doing.

Wanna hear a joke about a stone? Never mind, I’ll just skip that one.

Son: “Dad, are you alright?”
Dad: “No, I’m half left and half right.”

Q: If you have 13 apples in one hand and 10 oranges in the other, what do you have?
A: Big hands.

Know why they use knots instead of miles in the ocean? Because they’ve got to keep the ocean tide.

Daughter: “Dad, I’m cold.”
Dad: “Go stand in a corner. It’s 90 degrees.”

Jimmy (reading facts and figures from his dad’s insurance tables): “Did you know that every time I breathe, a man dies?”

Dad: “Why don’t you use a little mouthwash now and then?”

Did you hear the news that a lot of applications just came in from people looking to pursue a career as the government’s top-ranking medical official? Yes, there was a surge in general.

I’ve always admired fishermen. Now those are reel men.

“Have you heard of Murphy’s law?”
“Yeah.”
“What is it?”
“If something can go wrong, it will go wrong.”
“That’s right. Have you heard of Cole’s law?”
“No, what is it?”
“Thinly sliced cabbage and mayo.”

What do you call a bad joke? This.

Happy Father’s Day to all dads past, present, and future from the PGTAA! You have a proud heritage of quippy moments bestowed upon you to carry on down through the ages, you might even call it a “one-lineage”?

Editor’s note: These jokes were a combination of jokes taken from Bad Dad Jokes 2019 Box Calendar Calendar, Dad Jokes: The Good. The Bad. The Terrible., Your Own Joke Book, the mind of our own Devon Broderick, who is an awe-inspiring father himself, and his son Graves, who has clearly caught the dad-joke bug.
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What happens if I do not pass the playing ability portion of the course? Can I still become certified?
Yes, on the following:

1. Provided you have passed the written and teaching sections of the 5 day on-site course (or achieve at least 85% on the written exam of the home study course) and you are within 4 strokes of the target s core, you may, upon returning home and within a 12-month period, submit to the PGTAA, 4 attested score cards of 83 or less on any championship course (6,000+ yards). These score cards must be attested by at least two playing partners along with their scores on the same card or alternatively, signed by the local professional if he/she is familiar with your game.
2. Provided you have passed the written and verbal teaching sections of the 5 day on-site course (or the written section of the home study course),  but your combined score is beyond 4 strokes of the target score, then the following scenario to upgrade your certification is required:
You must return to any PGTAA certification course within a 12-month period and successfully redo only the PAT portion with a PGTAA instructor. The administrative fee is $200, which includes green and cart fees. Accommodations, if needed, can be arranged at an extra cost.

Please contact Susan Lotz (760.777.1925) in Membership Services prior to proceeding to assure correct processing.

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There is an annual $100 fee for the issuance of current year membership cards, PUD facilitation, replacement cards if needed, replacement certificates and PGTAA bag tags.. This is based on an annual anniversary date of enrolment.
Students who have not completed their certification after one year of enrolling, will still pay, as Associate Members (studying but not certified), $100.00

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