There may be other adjustable drivers in the market, but none are able to maximize the total driving performance for golfers of all abilities like 917. The SureFit weight options are standard, +6 grams, +4 grams, +2 grams, -2 grams and -4 grams. The Ping G400 Driver Wood provides players great distance with exceptional forgiveness. With modern graphite shafts utilizing varying stiffness profiles, Titleist has found that measuring frequency at multiple shaft points provides a more complete analysis. Is Titleist coming out with a new driver in the near future? Many will ship right away, but some will take 2-3 weeks. Most Pro's on Tour want to play with a club for weeks or even months before they're comfortable with it, to build trust with the club to earn some money.
Mitsubishi Diamana D+ White 70 Diamana D+ White 70 shafts belong on the opposite end of normal play from the Rogue series shafts. These shafts deliver mid launch angles with a mid balance point and are ideal for players with average swing speed. I tried nearly all their shafts in about 45 minutes when I got fitted. That is the adjustable weight bar found on the sole of the 917 driver, and have replaced it with just a single weight, similar to that of the older 915. There are things to work out first before you put your career on the line. However, they are sleeker than the 917 drivers, and Titleist said they create 20 percent less drag. I suspect everyone, including tour pros, will have more difficulty striking it solid if they try to swing the club faster than they can control under pressure.
If you ask me, it's a must that you go get fitted. One of the most important, yet most confusing choices, is which Titleist 915 driver shafts you should use with your new driver. Frequency is typically measured by clamping the shaft at the butt and oscillating the shaft using a 200 gram weight at the tip. Mitsubishi Diamana M+ Red 50 With a weight of 49, 51, or 52 grams and torque angles of 6. It pulls the center of gravity down and away from the face, which creates a higher launch angle. I think it's probably good advice not to swing all out whether on the range or the course.
No flashy paint job, it simply doesn't need it, never following a trend like white driver heads but always blazing their own trail. The issues with that Active Recoil Channel was the would get snagged or caught on the ground in a golfers back-swing, which was probably the only negative review those drivers had. Thanks for any advice that will help me decide. . Most golfers find it difficult to feel subtle differences in specifications or to feel the difference between specific specifications such as torque and tip stiffness.
Yes I agree the D3 with it's slighly smaller 440cc head just looks better to me, and I went with that, and I love it! Mitsubishi Diamana S+ Blue 60 The Diamana S+ Blue 60 is one of two shafts available for 915 drivers. First, the weight moves the center of gravity lower and farther back in the clubhead. Simply taking a guess or going by what people tell you to go with on a forum without them even seeing you swing isn't the route I would take. Not to mention custom grips, shaft lengths, shaft tipping and more. I have a medium swing speed, would a Bassara reg flex be better suited than a Diamana 62 blue shaft? Custom Titleist shafts come complete with a Titleist shaft sleeve already installed. Spargo Golf September 17, 2018 Blair, yes! By making the crown 20% thinner than the previous 917 D2 model, Titleist was able to take 10 grams of weight out of the top of the head and redistribute it into other areas.
Six more grams were saved by making the variable-thickness face thinner. Frequency is measured at the shaft tip and butt. Additionally, shafts with high tip frequencies tend to decrease launch and feel firmer at impact, while shafts with low tip frequencies tend to increase launch and feel softer. I ended up going with the D3 only because it reminded me the most of my trusty 905R driver. I play the Callaway Great Big Berths.
Standard Titleist warranty applies and satisfaction is guaranteed. It provides increased speed for more distance, even on off-center hits, along with the capability for precise customization so every player can get the most out of every drive. Wide World of Golf Custom carries a wide range of custom shafts for Titleist drivers. This reduces spin and creates a higher launch angle off the face which maximizes distance. Lastly, the M4 also features a Geocoustic design that contributes to a larger sweet spot and magnifies the sound and feel of drives.
The light weight of the Graphitic carbon fibers adds exceptional feel and consistency. But as deronsizemore said, there really isnt too big of a difference between the way the 909 heads perform. It allows players and fitters to independently change the loft and lie of the drivers. Im expecting to receive an explanation why from our Titleist representatives. The 917D2 Driver provides distance with forgiveness in a full pear, 460cc profile. You name it and we will deliver it.