The Titleist 913 Driver is essentially designed to be a driver that is better performing, offers more speed and distance and can be adjusted to suit a golfer's specific swing and desired flight.
"The new insert allows for a more consistent deflection across the whole face which gives us more ball speed and more distance across a larger area of the face," Stone said. "It's faster on heel and toe hits. When we first brought these drivers out on Tour, that's what we heard back from the players."
Titleist have increased the speed of the face so that you get around 2mph more ball speed from toe hits and just over 1% for low on the heel. This may not sound much but 2mph will give you an extra 4-6 yards which is about half a golf clubs australia less into the green.
The Titleist 913 D2 has specific centre of gravity designed to be more forgiving, with more of a draw bias than Titleist 913 D3 Driver. You don't have to swing for the fences to get the most from this club. You'll be surprised just how easy it is to hit this thing long and straight.
Over the past days I've been consistently over 265 with better trajectory and straighter lines. The amazing part is I have been playing in colder weather around 40 to 50 degrees. When I caught it flush it was at least 15 yards further than my TaylorMade R11s Driver. I actually can hit these higher than my previous cavity backs with the exact same shafts.
Designed and built with a high-speed, forged face insert, the new Titleist 913 D2 Driver are the fastest, most consistent drivers Titleist has ever designed, delivering maximum ball speeds over a large area of the face. The new face graphics may not appeal to all, but on performance alone, the Titleist 913 driver is still the one to beat in our books.