T300 weight loose

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By Craig B

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  1. Today was the first time my new T300's made it out to the course. Great irons overall. However, on the 18th tee, I noticed a rattle coming from the head of my 4 iron. Looking into the back cavity, didn't notice anything missing or loose, but you could definitely hear it. I waited 5 weeks for these custom clubs to arrive and fear I'll now be waiting another 5 weeks to get a replacement 4 iron. Anyone experience something like this with the new T300s?

  2. Neil U

    Neil U
    Chantilly, VA

    My son has the 2021 T300s and the tungsten weight came loose in the 6-iron. It was sent back to Titleist for a warranty repair last Monday, May 9. I hope Titleist can repair the weight in the head, because if the head is going to be replaced, the wait time can be awhile. Quoted a possible 5-6 weeks for the replacement, as a week or two if the head can be repaired.
  3. Wayne H

    Wayne H
    Bridgewater MA

    This happened to me with my 5 iron last season. Brought it over to Joe and Leighs and they took care of it for me. Turn around from Titleist was very fast, maybe a couple weeks at most. No issues with the replacement at all.
  4. I have had my T300 irons for over 3 months and have not had any issues with them. I never used a 4 iron before I purchased this set. I love my 4 iron and would never leave home without it.
  5. I will add my experience to the list of those experiencing loose or cracked weights with their T300s. My T300s are the second generation version and I have probably 10 to 15 rounds total on them. Yesterday the 7 iron made a very strange noise upon impact and afterward is was clear something had come loose. Took it to the PGA Superstore and the repair person said they are seeing this problem regularly. In my case the weight cracked. While I know Titleist will stand behind their product, this appears to be a serious and regular problem. Is it design or quality of materials? It would be nice to hear from a Titleist person if they feel they have an issue on their hands. I love the clubs, but fear being without a club for weeks at a time if this is going to be a regular thing.
  6. Just a quick update on this issue. Stopped by the PGA Superstore to see if there were any updates and they told me all Titleist warranty issues are 6 to 8 weeks at this point. That's a bit long to someone who had a new club break. I know Titleist monitors these discussions. Would be nice for someone to weigh in on this specific issue. Is there a design flaw with the new T300s?
  7. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    Robert, no Titleist employee is going to speculate formally in this forum where opinions could be subject to any frivolous lawsuits in this day and age. I know that every design gets a full year of testing and extensive quality and performance analysis before they are released. That's why there are 2 years between releases which is longer than some other companies. As for the repair time, again, Titleist wants to make sure the repair is up to the same standards as new builds so they are not going to just slap a replacement head on a shaft and mail it back. A few years ago there was an issue with bad epoxy from a vendor that did not surface until some of the heads began to come off. There was no way to know this would happen until the epoxy aged a bit. Sometimes these issues never surface until clubs have been in play for a while. It's unfortunate you have had this problem and hopefully it does not happen again.
  8. Dr. Kovatchian

    Dr. Kovatchian
    Carlsbad

    Dale V said:

    Robert, no Titleist employee is going to speculate formally in this forum where opinions could be subject to any frivolous lawsuits in this day and age. I know that every design gets a full year of testing and extensive quality and performance analysis before they are released. That's why there are 2 years between releases which is longer than some other companies. As for the repair time, again, Titleist wants to make sure the repair is up to the same standards as new builds so they are not going to just slap a replacement head on a shaft and mail it back. A few years ago there was an issue with bad epoxy from a vendor that did not surface until some of the heads began to come off. There was no way to know this would happen until the epoxy aged a bit. Sometimes these issues never surface until clubs have been in play for a while. It's unfortunate you have had this problem and hopefully it does not happen again.

    Titleist Products are tested to the limits by robots, humans & air cannons.
    Believe me they are put through many many tests......when the products are released they are fine tuned machines.
    Sure there will be some failures...Titleist will stand by their warranty within reason and take care of their consumer when these issues appear.

    Cheers,
    Dr. K
  9. Chuck Z

    Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

    Military
    That rattle could be a little excess epoxy glue.

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