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Old January 14th, 2013, 05:58 AM   #1
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Titleist 913 D3 Driver & 910 D3 Driver Review

The Titleist 913 D3 driver is pretty similar to the 910 D3 except that it has a more forgiving face for off centre hits. 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 club less into the green.
The centre of gravity is in the same position as the 910 D3 so if you strike consistently out of the middle then the 913 version may not be worth an upgrade. Cheap Golf Clubs Compare to the 913 D2 driver the head is smaller at 445cc and this makes it a little more neutral than the draw bias of the D3 and and easier to work, should you choose to do so.
The Titleist 913 D3 is a high performance, 445cc classic pear shaped Driver that delivers tour inspired workability with distance and forgiveness. A new high-speed, forged face insert produces more speed over a larger area of the clubface, with improvements to the center of gravity (CG) location and rear SureFit Tour (SFT) weight optimizing launch for more distance.
This cheapest titleist 910 d3 driver has a lower launch and spin that the Titleist D2. 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. This driver has been acoustically engineered for a hot, solid sound and feel.
The market leading Sure Fit Tour hosel is the same as before and offers a loft and lie range of up to 2.25 degrees. This enables you to get the correct settings and shaft to maximise distance and accuracy from your swing. cheap 910f fairway wood Make sure you get fitted by a Titleist fitter as this will help you get the most from your fairly considerable investment in this excellent driver.
I really liked the sound and feel of the 913 driver and the classic shape of the traditional pear shape will appeal to all levels of golfer. The 913 is actually one of the most forgiving drivers in the market.
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Old January 14th, 2013, 10:23 AM   #2
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I am not sure where your post fits in to this particular sub thread, but being a keen gowfer myself, I like the new Titleist driver but in my opinion is overpriced ( Titleist are not the only company that are guilty of over inflated hype and cost, bamboozling (lol) us amateurs with technology. What kinda salary do they pay, and do they allow you to borrow equipment. You will probably get banned again... hee hee.
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