The good Titleist 910 d3 driver

It's no secret that Titleist have something to prove with the new 910 drivers. titleist 910 d3 driver.A few years ago you would have been hard pressed to find any lower handicapper or pro playing something other than a 905 but the woeful performance of the 907 and increasingly impressive offerings from the likes of TaylorMade and Callaway saw them slip from the pinnacle of driver manufacturers. titleist 910 d2 driver.The 909 was far better received than the 907 but never seemed to have the attraction of the 905 – a fact borne out by how many Tour players stayed with the older drivers. titleist 910 f fairway woods.
A lot has been made about Titleist's introduction of the SureFit dual angle hosel. Some have said that Titleist was the last manufacturer they expected to go down this route. titleist 910 fd fairway woods.Others have said that the other similar hosel technologies from Nike, TaylorMade and Callaway have been great but not perfect. The main issue with the other technologies has been that as you open or close the face, the loft changes along with the face angle. titleist 910 h hybrid.Ideally of course, you would want to change the loft without changing the face angle and vice versa. Enter Titleist's SureFit system.
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