The interesting SureFit system is basically a controlled center of gravity system. The weights are cylinder-shaped and range from 8g to 16g and are made from steel or tungsten. To place the weight you need to unscrew the cover and place the cylinder inside.
The process itself is straightforward with no complicated steps. There are two options for adjusting the weight forwards and backwards which moves the center of gravity. Of course this will significantly impact the trajectory and the impact with the ball. The weights themselves come with various features. They are categorized as: neutral, light or heavy.
The weights can also be balanced evenly or unevenly (fade/draw). If you choose a weight with uneven distribution of weight, you can expect a left/right variation of up to 6 yards. This may sound confusing and complicated but Titleist has implemented a system to keep track of all these weights without having to take them out.
The company has implemented as symbol system which is printed at both ends of the weights as follows: + (heavy), – (light) and circle (neutral). The system itself wasn`t implement in a straight line but rather angled. This was done to even out the weight with the front. The learning curve shouldn`t be that long as the system is quite easy to understand. The more you move the weight forwards, the more reduced the spin is.
There has been a lot of thought put into the weight system but there are other adjustable features also. The loft can also be slightly adjusted. The shafts also come with new options. As seen before, the Titleist comes in two options: the D2 and D3.