Since Titleist brand ambassador and crowned winner of the PGA Championship, Rory McIlroy, added the new prototype Titleist 913 fairway metals to his bag, the Titleist 913 driver has greater buzz.
The new combination resulted in a better fit and more similar bend profile to the shaft he played in the MB 712 irons for sale, a Fujikura Rombax ZV05X. A quick check-up on the range with Jelver confirmed the optimized results and Rory has continued to game the Mitsubishi Diamana Prototype 70X shaft.
According to Dan Stone, Vice President of Research and Development for Titleist, the new Titleist 913 D2 Driver best price and 913D3 drivers offer the highest performance of any adjustable drivers on the market, particularly when it comes to speed and forgiveness. Titleist 913D3 delivers Tour inspired workability with distance and forgiveness, with uncompromised looks, sound and feel.
The look of the club inspires confidence and the adjust-ability of it is second to none. The ball comes off the face hot with the right amount of spin and launch. The Titleist 913 D3 driver has a much more traditional look to it than most drivers out on the market today which most purists will appreciate.
Every serious golfer, from tour players to amateurs of all skill levels, will experience more distance potential and better driving performance with cheap golf clubs. If it really is, then there is no need to worry if it suits me. The new 913D3, as tested, with the Aldila Phenom shaft (70 grams, stiff), will be a major breakthrough for Titleist in 2013, and many who test the driver at a local retailer will want it in their bag yesterday.