Titleist may very well be the name in golf balls. But evidently, Titleist won‚Äôt let you put just any name on their golf balls.
Caleb Hull recently got an idea for a custom golf ball:
I don't know why I didn't do this earlier pic.twitter.com/Eow4r3KJEF
‚ÄĒ Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) October 27, 2021
It seems that Titleist was not nearly as amused as Hull by the prospect of a ‚ÄúLet‚Äôs Go Brandon!‚ÄĚ golf ball:
‚ÄĒ Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) December 8, 2021
‚ÄúLet‚Äôs Go Brandon!‚ÄĚ may not be entertaining to everyone, but what, exactly, makes it not satisfactory in its current form?
Hmmm, I wonder if the person placing this order checked to see if the decision to reject their order was made by ‚ÄúSarah in Customer Service‚ÄĚ or if this is an actual edict made by the powers-that-be at @Titleist?
‚ÄĒ Karen M. Smith (@kmstexas) December 8, 2021
Hopefully Sarah in Customer Service was just having a bad day and Titleist isn‚Äôt actually putting a hold on a ‚ÄúLet‚Äôs Go Brandon!‚ÄĚ golf ball because it violates some weird rule of decency or something. Because that would be pretty sad.
And we‚Äôre not sure there‚Äôs a better way to summarize how sad that would be than this tweet from Dana Loesch:
So the company that makes balls has none https://t.co/J68zfE6j11
‚ÄĒ Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 8, 2021