Available Stock Shafts for Titleist 913 D3 All stock shafts were tested with a stiff shaft and a Titleist 913 D3 driver in the standard A-1 SureFit position. Diamana D+ White 72 The Diamana D+ White 72 shaft features a 74 gram shaft with 3. The D2 comes in with a full i. Spin rates varied from 2150 to 3300, but for each player remained consistent. Similar to the 910 D3, Titleist continues with its SureFit technology, which allows you to alter the lie and loft. That had to be hard for them to do, because the performance of the 910 D2 and D3 were so good. This driver has found a way to take advantage of flight, looks and sound.
It has a classic pear-shaped head with a deeper face. With the 917 the lower spin saw an average carry of 274. Since less time in the air means less curvature, it also means straighter drives. Want to see how the Titleist 913 D2 stacks up to the 913 D3? The 913, like the 910 and 909 and others before it, has a great sound at impact. The other ring has settings of 1, 2, 3, and 4.
If you are looking for control, and playability over distance gains, the D3 will be a great option for you. While hitting both players switched heads but used the same shaft. The Diamana D+ White 72 is designed to produce a low ball flight. Failure to follow these instructions may create a situation where the clubhead could loosen or disengage from the shaft during a swing, possibly causing serious injury. Each of them underwent a one-hour driver fitting at Oceanside, working one-on-one with a Titleist Master Fitter.
For the average golfer who isn't a golf geek, loft, lie and face angle adjustments can look a bit like an algebra equation, but not with SureFit's easy-to-understand 16-setting grid that allows the customer to set the loft and lie independently to optimise ball flight. The improvements seen from the new 913D2 and 913D3 are incremental but real also. Consequently, most shots were a low-to-mid trajectory. The market leading Sure Fit Tour hosel is the same as before and offers a loft and lie range of up to 2. You can buy a separate weight kit that has 4g, 7g, 9g and 14g weights to allow you to get the swing weight and counter balancing you might be looking for. McKenna enjoyed the high-launch, low-spin launch conditions and fade bias of his 915D4, but at times he struggled with its relative lack of forgiveness when compared to his 915D2.
The Verdict: A driver with movable weight is almost as common nowadays as a tour player with a logo on the sleeve. Each 917 driver comes with two weights, one of which is lopsided. Adjustability Options The SureFit hosel allows fitters to adjust loft, lie and shafts easily to find the perfect combination for your swing. While your setting is dialed in, you can see how the trajectory and spin number change. So the numbers below work very well for me, at least on the computer monitor: After feeling pretty good about getting an average carry of 262 yards, and total distance of 285, I moved over to the D3. In the case of the Titleist 913s, the D3s have many fewer stock options and the ones they do boast are in a heavier weight class, from 64 to 74 grams.
But I'm used to losing a lot on shots low on the clubface and off the heel and was really pleased with the 915's ability to keep these shots in the same range as the best ones. This was achieved by making the center of gravity equally low in both clubs, which meant moving the center of gravity lower in the D2 to match the D3. That makes for longer drives for most of us. As for fairways hit, 915 is one of the most accurate drivers I've tried. It does appear that Titleist has finally stepped up to the plate and joined Callaway, Ping and TaylorMade in the driver game. The 913 also features a new sole plate design with all-black finish with red and silver trim. Generally the D2 is extremely forgiving and delivers a straight ball flight with a mid-to-high ball trajectory.
I tested outdoors in Florida and indoors, both with a Flightscope to track launch and flight conditions, and consistently achieved a smash factor of 1. Following common knowledge, he tried stiffer and stiffer shafts to help alleviate the issue. When completing the trade-in process you have an option to receive your funds via check, PayPal or receive a 2ndSwing. True to Titleist form, it has a classic simple look with a good shape. My experience with the 915 D3 driver was that it was very accurate with great feel. Pricing is updated regularly to ensure that you are receiving the highest trade-in value for your used clubs.
However, an experienced player who wants more control and workability should choose Titleist 913 D3. The face insert spreads over a larger area of the entire face versus the 910 D3. The Titleist Tour Velvet 360 degree rubber grip is the standard grip available with the 913 D2 driver. It is only available in a ladies flex. Titleist Master Fitter Glenn Mahler watched Aquino stripe drive after drive on the range, looking like a far better player than his 8. The blackening of the sole makes the entire club appear much more sinister.
The glossy black finish and its pear shape look sharp on both models. The Titleist 913 D3 driver is pretty similar to the 910 D3 except that it has a more forgiving face for off centre hits. Active Recoil Channel provides the 915 drivers with the ability to deliver lower spin and more speed across a wider portion of the face. To learn more about 915 drivers, visit the. The Active Recoil Channel not only looks great but works incredibly well. The glossy jet black finish and aiming triangle on the crown of the 913 drivers is consistent with the 910 series. The crown features the traditional since the early-90s if not earlier Triangle-Line alignment aid.