Titleist 915 Drivers Review
In this video Golf Monthly digital editor Neil Tappin gives shares his views on an exciting new product launch in his Titleist 915 driver review.
It’s a family of clubs that’s designed to offer forgiveness and distance through a number of new technological innovations, including the introduction of an Active Recoil Channel.
The channel is wide, deep, long – the brand’s take on a slot-style design – and positioned to coil and spring for lower spin and higher ball speeds. This combination should provide more carry through the air and importantly the speed off the face is consistent across a great area. This essentially makes the Titleist 915 drivers more forgiving than previous generations.
The two new 915 drivers come in D2 and D3 models, with the former a 460cc head and the latter a slighty more workable 440cc model – ideal for those who want to keep spin down even more and enjoy the smaller footprint of a 440cc driver.
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High MOI in the drivers is brought about through a low and deep centre of gravity, a thinner cast crown, a weight pad, light-density casting and STF weight placement in the sole.
The new Titleist 915 drivers both possess a Radial Speed Face, which improves consistency and boost forgiveness on off-centre hits through thinner heel and toe sections.
According to Titleist, both the 915 D2 and 915 D3 produce more distance and significantly less spin than their predecessors – the 910 and 913 driver families.
They are available with a number of stock shafts to choose from, including Aldila’s Rogue Black and Rogue silver meaning most golfers should be able to find a specification that works for them.
Both are on sale now with an RRP of £379.