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HEAD Tennis Pro Stock Codes

by Tennisnerd

HEAD tennis has created some legendary racquets over the years such as the HEAD Pro Tour 630, the Prestige Classic and the Radical Tour to name a few. Here is an overview of their pro stock codes as well as a historical chart pre-Graphene.

I’ve copied this list from the sometimes excellent Tennis Warehouse forums. So thanks to whoever compiled it in the first place. If you’d like to add to this post, just comment below and I’ll make sure to add the information.

TGK:

TGK112.3 – Radical Tour Special Edition (unconfirmed)
TGK219.1,2,3 – Pro Stock MG Extremes (.2 used by Kuznetsova)
TGK219.15 – Youtek Extreme Pro (softer lay-up)
TGK223.2 – Flexpoint Prestige MP
TGK223.2 B-1 – Stiffer Flexpoint Prestige MP
TGK231.1 – MG Radical MP 18×20
TGK231.2 – MG Radical MP 18×20 (stiffer)

TGK231.3 – MG Radical MP 16×19
TGK237.1 – MG Prestige Mid
TGK237.2 – MG Prestige Mid 16×19
TGK237.3 – YT Prestige Mid 18×20
TGK237.4 – YT Prestige Mid 16×19

TGK238.1 – MG Prestige MP
TGK238.2 – MG Prestige Pro
TGK238.3 – Prestige Pro (used by Wawrinka)
TGK238.4 – YT Prestige MP
TGK238.5 – YT Prestige Pro

TGK260.1 – YouTek Radical MP
TGK260.2 – YouTek Radical 16×19
TGK262.1,2,3 – Pro Stock Thin-Beamed Speed Pros
TGK263.1,2,3 – Pro Stock Thicker-Beamed Speed Pros
TGK263.5 – IG Speed MP (315)

TGK269.1 – Youtek Radical Pro
TGK285.2 – Youtek IG Extreme Pro
TGK297.1 – Instinct
TGK297.2 – Instinct

TGT:

TGT 262.4 – Youtek IG Speed Pro
TGT 293.1 – Youtek IG Prestige Pro
TGT 293.2 – Youtek IG Prestige MidPlus

PT:

PT10 – Prestige Classic 600
PT151 – Flexpoint Radical Tour
PT161 – Liquidmetal Instinct
PT167A – FXP Radical MP
PT57A – Pro Tour 630
PT57E – i.Prestige 630 (or stiffer, more crisp layup of the PT630)
PT57F – PT57 mold with Flexpoint-holes

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10 comments

Peco April 19, 2019 - 9:21 pm

Dear Sir/Madam,

I desperately need 2 sets of grommets for Head Classic Prestige 600. The code for these grommets is TK 52 (brown). I have been looking for them for a long time now.
Please let me know if you happen to have any left in stock. Also, I am well aware that it is a quite old frame and very difficult to find and its accessories by the way.
Much appreciated!

Best,

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Tennisnerd April 20, 2019 - 7:37 am

Hi Peco,
Those are a bit tricky to find! I don’t have anything here, but will let you know if something pops up!

Regards / Jonas

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Zoro May 7, 2019 - 5:11 am

I would appreciate if anyone can tell me if the Head frame with code on hairpin TGK 301.21 is Pro Stock frame? It should be Speed model. Thanks.

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Tennisnerd May 9, 2019 - 8:38 am

It is a Graphene Touch Speed.

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Simon June 21, 2019 - 7:46 am

Hi,

I was wondering if the TGT 293.2 is made of graphene yes/no?

According to the table its innerga, and the line after is made of graphene.

Does anyone know?

Regards

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Tennisnerd June 21, 2019 - 7:56 am

Hi Simon,
The TGT 293.2 is the pro stock version of the HEAD IG Prestige MP. It does not have Graphene.

A very nice racquet. I have a TGT 293.1 myself, the same racquet with 16×19 string pattern.

Regards / Jonas

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S Choi June 27, 2019 - 1:20 pm

TGK293.2 label on my Youtek IG Prestige MP 18×20 320g

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Tennisnerd August 12, 2019 - 12:53 pm

Yes, that is correct.

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KV September 29, 2019 - 4:36 pm

I know that that TGT or TGK indicates the factory at which the frame was produced, but is one necessarily better than the other? I have some TGT 260.4’s but know that there is also a TGK version as well. Many thanks.

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Tennisnerd October 1, 2019 - 7:22 am

TGT is made in China and TGK in Austria, so most purists would prefer TGK…but the difference is not huge. Cheers / J

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