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PostSubject: Titleist 910D2 drivers and 910D3 drivers are a better choice   Tue Nov 27, 2012 1:14 am

With patented, innovative, SureFit Tour, dual-angle hosel provides precise, independent loft and lie adjustments to fine-tune ball flight for more accuracy and control, the 460cc D2 and 445cc Titleist 910 D3 Driver are supposed to deliver high performance, pear-shaped drivers that deliver longer distance through a technologically advanced head design with a responsive, fast face insert.

There are just too many variables for them. Their driver might actually work better if the face were a degree more open, the lie a couple of degrees flatter, there was a degree less loft, and six grams more weight in the heel, etc. With three possible adjustments to the standard loft and three possible adjustments to the standard lie, you can set the club up in one of 16 positions - more if you play around with the shaft.

There's no denying SureFit Tour and Titleist 910D2 drivers and 910D3 drivers are a significant addition to the world of adjustability. SureFit Tour differs from the other adjustability tools by enabling golfers to alter the loft and lie of the club rather than its weight distribution and face angle. There's some grey and red on the sole, and a white alignment arrow on the crown, but most of the clubhead is black. The hosel is black too, and if you choose the mostly black Aldila RIP 60 shaft or Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana 'ahina 72, and a black Titleist Tour Velvet 360 grip, then the club is going to look black.910 d3 driver for sale

The sound is fantastic. The loud titanium crash all drivers should make - and the head as forgiving as you have a right to expect. Thanks to the ultra-thin face, variable face thickness, and the proprietary bezel weight located deep and toward the back, the clubhead feels remarkably stable and you don't lose a lot of distance by missing the sweetspot which, incidentally, is 15% bigger in the Titleist 910 D2 Driver than the sweetspot on the 909 Series, and 10% bigger in the Titleist 910D3 drivers.

As for differences between the Titleist 910D2 and 910D3 drivers, the former has the bigger head and launches the ball a little higher with less sidespin. It is therefore a better choice for the mid to high handicapper. You can work the ball a little easier with the D3 which sends the ball off on a lower launch angle, and australia golf online is perhaps more suited to the better player.
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