Product Overview

Product:

Titleist 910D2 driver review

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Price as reviewed:

£300.00

The SureFit technology used on the Titleist 910D2 driver means that the shaft can be removed from the head and allows the loft and lie to be independently adjusted. The 460cc pear-shaped head is designed to produce high launch and low-to-mid spin. A weight screw in the back of the sole helps create a low and deep centre of gravity.

The Titleist 910D2 driver is well suited for anyone who likes the classic Titleist shape and those who felt old Titleist models didn’t offer enough forgiveness?

This dispels the idea that Titleist drivers only suit very good players. It is more forgiving and produces a higher launch than the smaller headed 910D3. The black head and face works well here thanks to the classic head shape. Titleist’s suggestion that adjustability is used in conjunction with a club fitting makes perfect sense. means that the shaft can be removed from the head and allows the loft and lie to be independently adjusted. The 460cc pear-shaped head is designed to produce high launch and low-to-mid spin. A weight screw in the back of the sole helps create a low and deep centre of gravity.

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Verdict

A good-looking driver that was easy to control and more forgiving than previous Titleist offerings. When combined with the right shaft it also produced impressive distances compared with other recent launches. The added forgiveness on offer means this is not as workable as the 910D3. Faster swingers will also prefer the lower launching and spinning D3 head. PGA Pro Verdict This driver really impressed in all categories. It maintains Titleist?s classic head shape but also offers a big improvement in performance levels. This is the first Titleist driver that will also suit the higher handicapper. The option to change the loft and lie independently is a fantastic addition, particularly when combined with one of Titleist?s custom-fit shaft offerings.