Designed with the better player in mind, the new Titleist 910 series offers total performance with improvements in flight, feel, looks, fit, and sound when compared to the previous 909 series. The 910 is the first fully adjustable driver offered by Titleist and their reservations on releasing a driver of this sort before they were ready to commit to the design is definitely worth the wait. The 910 D3 is the deeper faced model and produces lower spin rates and a boring trajectory that is most commonly preferred by advanced players. The pear shaped, 445 c.c. head sits square at address however the face angle can be easily changed thanks to the innovative, SureFit Tour, dual angle hosel. This adjustable hosel design provides precise independent loft and lie adjustments to fine tune ball flight for more control and greater accuracy and the interchangeable shaft connection provides enhanced fitting options. Besides the custom options, the new Fast Face Insert and the re-designed crown is what really sets the 910 D3 apart from the previous model. Ball speeds have increased by 15% when compared to the 909 D3 and the lighter crown allowed for more weight to be positioned along the perimeter of the club head for a higher MOI (moment of inertia) resulting in greater distance and more forgiveness. The 910 D3 is offered in lofts ranging from 8.5* to 10.5* and for the first time, Titleist has offered four distinct shaft options including the Aldila RIP, the Project X graphite, the Mitsubishi ‘ahina, and the Mitsubishi kai’li.
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