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Titleist 910 D3


$399.99 Released February, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Good durability, show no signs of wear for a long time. Large face makes it easy to hit. Heavier clubhead with low weight maximizes the momentum of the swing, goes far.

The Titleist 910 D3 is a high-end golf driver similar to the Titleist 910 D2. The main difference between the 910 D3 and the D2 is head volume: the D3's is 445cc for a slightly lower launch and spin compared to the D2's 460cc head volume.

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Otherwise, the two drivers sport the same basic features including SureFit Tour dual-angle hosel technology, an ultra-thin crown design and a variety of stock shaft options.

The 910 D3's SureFit Tour dual-angle hosel technology allows users to independently adjust loft and lie for optimized ball flight in any situation. Its ultra-thin crown design and an on-axis rear weight screw provide the 910 D3 with a low and deep center of gravity for increased stability and distance. Meanwhile, the 910 D3 features 83+ stock shaft options, each designed to properly accent the D3's specific technologies.

Features

  • SureFit Tour dual-angle hosel technology
  • Ultra-thin crown design combined with an on-axis rear weight screw
  • Large selection of stock shaft options
  • Fast face design with a larger maximum ball speed area and improved launch
  • Head volume: 445cc
  • Lofts: 8.5, 9.5, 10.5
  • Stock grip: Titleist Tour Velvet 360 degree rubber

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    good durability, show no signs of wear for a long time

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    large face makes it easy to hit

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    heavier clubhead with low weight maximizes the momentum of the swing, goes far

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    large sweet spot makes it easy to work with and consistent

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    good control, can do draws or a slight fade reliably

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    club has a classic appearance that gives confidence

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    accuracy is excellent, good for navigating narrow fairways

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