May 20, 2011
-- Titleist's mission for the Titleist 910 D2 Driver was simple. Enhance the over-all product functionality from the 909. Particularly, they added the Sure Fit Tour hosel technology in order to more precisely fit golfers for metal woods, in addition to enhancing speed which ultimately delivers performance in terms of distance. Next golf clubs for sale will take the comprehensive information for you.
The Titleist 910 D2 Driver has enhanced head design to comprehend speed and stability. The Titleist 910 drivers feature a higher launch, similar to lower spin with a more neutral to draw bias than the 909 series and with the introduction of the Sure Fit Tour (SFT) hosel have introduced what Titleist call a tour van in a hosel. The SFT hosel allows the loft and lie of the club to be set independently and this ground breaking technology allows the club to be optimized independently to the individual player for launch and flight. The SFT system focuses on performance and fitting and matches Titleist's identity as a technology leader.
The Titleist 910 D2 Driver come with a 17% thinner crown making it possible for more weight to be positioned lower and deeper in the bezel to optimize the centre of gravity and the bevel weights can be adjusted to alter swing weight of the driver. The Titleist 910 incorporates Variable Face Thickness Technology (VFT) that mirrors the shape of the clubface with a thicker central portion that is equidistant from all points of the face perimeter resulting in an increase in maximum ball speed area and a 15-18% increase in total ball speed. The Titleist 910 D2 driver has been optimized for the frequency and duration of vibrations to ensure a solid sound off the clubface and are finished in a striking PVD Black with Black Pearl Paint.
The Titleist 910 D2 Driver has a 460cc head and a higher MOI of 5005 grams per cm squared than the Titleist 910 D3 driver for a straighter ball flight with mid to low spin rates. The D2 driver comes with a headcover wrench, lined valuables pouch and SureFit Tour instruction booklet and a weight kit of 2, 5, 7, 9 and 12g bevel weights are available as an accessory.
Before we actually began testing the Titleist 910D2, we were quite certain that it could show to be a really solid offering for above average players. What really surprised us is how well our higher handicap golfers could keep the ball in competing with this club from a manufacturer who has a reputation for producing product almost exclusively for more accomplished players. Trust me you will like it definitely.
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