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PostSubject: Titleist 910 D3 Driver is easy to hit   Thu Dec 13, 2012 3:24 am

The Titleist 910 brings yet another first for Titleist. This time it’s the company’s first crack at an adjustable driver. Loft and swing speed are the two determining factors for distance- not how new the golf clubs for sale is, or what name's on the sole, or how much you paid for it. An interchangeable shaft connection and rear weight screw provide enhanced fitting options and the full pear-shaped profile has a a rich black, PVD and paint finish that instills confidence at the address.

As for Titleist 910 D3 Driver, “I've found it a very easy fit into my game, I've been very happy with the results, and I've played well,” Scott once said, "It has a little different trajectory, the spin around the greens gives me the control that I want, and the feel is fantastic.” I have been playing my 910 D3 for the past 4 months and knew it was the one for me.

I bought this Titleist 910 driver because it was a good buy and I was looking to up-grade my old driver. I am still trying too make the adjustment to this new club, but, I am confident that once I do this will be a great addition. I found Titleist 910 D3 Driver for sale easy to hit, very workable for slight fade or draw with mimimum effort. Added ten yards to my old driver average or more. In the past I have had a lot of drivers, but with this good kooking and fine shape, it must be give a good feeling. If you have the possibility to own such a driver, do not hasitate and get him at soon as possible.

The Titleist 910 D3 Driver delivers longer distance through a technologically advanced head design with a responsive, fast face insert that creates a ball-speed area that is 10% larger than other drivers. Go through all the different shafts too, that's 90% of the golf club. I hit the TaylorMade R11 Driver for sale, liked it, but thought it was a little too much for me. After hitting this driver the R11 felt dead off the club face. I am consistently hitting the ball about 20-30 yards farther with more consistency. I left Titleist drivers for awhile, but now am definitely back. I have a great deal of confidence on the tee setting up down the right knowing the ball ends up center or left of center.

Both the Titleist 910 D2 Driver for sale and 910 D3s are for the better player. D3 is a low launching head, slightly harder to hit but easier to work the ball. D2 is a larger head and will launch the ball higher than the D3. The 910 d3 has a 445cc head which is good if you make good contact with the ball.The 910 d2 has a 460cc head it is good for intermediate players.

A hot face with the right shaft in the D3 (also tried the D2, but the Titleist rep said the D3 is for my game) gave me the feel that Titleist is the leader in (carry 3 wedges and a SC putter). As an extra bonus I gained 20 XTRA yards. I sometimes do not trust the launch monitors so hit both drivers side to side at my course and visually saw the truth, what a driver. Titleist did a great job waiting until they could do the loft/angle adjustablitiy separately. After a foray into the wierd, like the recent triangular driver, they now have a real winner.
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