With 6 stock shafts, it should be easy to find a match for your swing. Launch: The Titleist D2 is 460cc and a full pear shaped head designed for maximum forgiveness. It becomes a matter of attitude by way of looks. The Diamana Blue is designed to deliver a mid-ball flight. The faces of both drivers are comprised of forged inserts, which can deliver increased ball speed at impact. Every two years like clockwork, Titleist launches a new model. I just loved the way the D3, as used by the likes of , sat at address with its deep face pear profile.
This can be beneficial to fine tune the trajectory and feel of the driver. What is clear to us it that have improved on what was already a very successful product. So, if you are confident, Titleist 913 D3 can give more control and workability. You can see this yourself when you go for a fitting as there are two variations and the best one for your swing will pick you. Make sure to hold the end cap securely. Thankfully, Titleist kept the SureFit® design the same.
Off center hits still feel solid with very little unwanted vibrations. Feel Both models feel balanced at address and throughout the swing. If, upon inspection, 2nd Swing identifies any discrepancies ex. We're talking about major engineering and performance enhancements -- many of them undetectable but some like the new Active Recoil Channel right there in front of you. My normal shot pattern is straight or a slight fade; therefore, I was surprised to hit a shot pattern that was a straight to slight draw.
It is especially helpful on an off-center hit. Ken Sakai left with Titleist Master Fitter Glenn Mahler, who has been fitting golf clubs for 30 years. He wanted to be more consistent so he could lower his 4. I decided to give the woods a try even though I told a buddy of mine I'd sell them to him since I had a driver and 3 wood that I really like. And, contrary to what some people believe, the head actually gives much more effect than the shaft in lowering spin rates. The D2 comes in with a full pear-shaped, 460cc head for more forgiveness, while the D3 is a slightly smaller, 440cc down from 445c traditional pear shape offering more workability to the better golfer. Results Club Club Speed Ball Speed Launch Spin Height Carry Total ---- ---------- ---------- ------ ---- ------ ----- ----- 910D2 94.
The 915 sees the continued use of the SureFit® system, which allows the golfer to alter the loft and face angle of the club. This especially helps on off-center hits. Trade values are based on several factors such as demand, condition, release date and other resale factors. The big difference once I bought one and got used to the feel was accuracy and confidence. The SureFit® Tour hosel remains unchanged. In my case I averaged around 2500rpm with the D2 and 2000 with the D3.
This is the only shaft I did not test, however, the Bassara W 40 is engineered to produce a high ball flight. Compared to the older Titleist 910 models, the Titleist 913 drivers can give about 11% higher ball speeds. I had it from new fitted by Taylormade and I paid some big money when it came first out, so that's why I never changed till now. There is a wider area where you can hit the ball properly. Carry distance was poor but at least the ball stayed in the short grass.
The others include efficiency smash factor, or the ratio of your ball speed to your club head speed , spin, and launch angle. If you are going to spring for a new driver, you want the best current technology and a club that is adjustable to fine tune to your swing. I enjoyed some of the best results with the Diamana Blue. The Titleist 913 D3 driver is pretty similar to the 910 D3 except that it has a more forgiving face for off centre hits. Combined with the 913 D3 clubhead, ball flight was extremely low and straight. In his forum post, Youn also commented favorable on the looks and feel of the 917D2 driver.
The gear effect helps return those shots toward the target line. I hit seven shots kept all shots with each club on. There is a nice combination between a classic look and a bad-ass look over here. The Bassara stands out from the others shafts with a bright red color scheme. Titleist 913 D2 is much more recommended for beginners because it is more forgiving on miss-hits.
Ben went on to tell me that this was a process that had been in the pipeline for around five years. Contrary to what many golfers believe about club fitting, however, that can be a good thing. Test Specifications I was able to thoroughly test both a 913 D2 and D3 in 9. This is good news for 913 owners who have aftermarket or custom shafts as they will still work with the 915. Titleist are promoting the 915 range with the 'Distance Without Compromise' strapline, which is the first time they have come out with a specific distance claim.
Marc Aquino hits a drive at the Titleist Oceanside Test Facility. The SureFit hosel achieves about 2. . You can buy a separate weight kit that has 4g, 7g, 9g and 14g weights to allow you to get the swing weight and counter balancing you might be looking for. However, other players will gravitate toward the D3 and its ability to work the ball and produce a lower trajectory. It has a classic pear-shaped head with a deeper face. The D2 is forgiving and easy to hit; however, it still offers the ability to work the ball.