What Do the Symbols Mean on Titleist Drivers?

By James Gapinski

The numbered "degrees" symbol on a Titleist driver represents the driver's loft angle. A club's loft angle determines the ball's initial trajectory. Other symbols relate to negligible manufacturing codes.

About The Author

James Gapinski is a writer with numerous online contributions, including those featured on JSOnline.com, Digital-Photography-School.com and the Milwaukee City Edition of Examiner.com. He is the recipient of the Burrows Award and the Angela Peckenpaugh Writing Award. Gapinski holds a Bachelor of Science in English with a writing emphasis from the University of Wisconsin, Whitewater.

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