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Registration date : 2012-10-18

PostSubject: Titleist 910 D2 Driver improves how nice the club is   Fri Dec 14, 2012 3:04 am

After I hit this driver, I knew it was the one for me. I initially was not a technology believer thinking that USGA would not allow the golf clubs for sale to get better & better. However from my friend I got an opportunity to hit it and find my type. This driver has been acoustically engineered for a hot, solid sound and feel and will be the star of the course.

I had an R11 and was hitting it well, but once I hit this driver the ball flew. After hitting this driver the TaylorMade R11 Driver for sale 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 would recommend this driver to single digit handicaps. 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.

I'm fine with the forgiveness of the 910D3. It may not be the most forgiving driver, but I have not experienced any significant loss of distance with off center hits. It is a definite improvement over previous Titleist drivers. It's worth getting fitted. At the very least, try at a monitor with a shop representative who knows his stuff. The launch angle of the Titleist 910 D2 Driver for sale and D3 are significantly different and you'll need to find the best launch and spin for you. Again, however, the adjustability factor will allow you to tweak in the real world.

The 910 D3 looked a little smaller from the face to the back of the crown. It felt and sounded a little more metallic. I only noticed a slight difference in forgiveness. The Titleist 910 D3 Driver for sale definitely produces a lower ball flight. I typically prefer a 73g Diamana whiteboard, but also found the RIP 60 is a pretty nice shaft. This club is seriously like a cheat code to the game of golf. It has a very large sweet spot that makes it easy to hit fairways and the smaller club head allows me to get more head speed and hit it further. The project X shaft on it only improves how nice the club is.
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