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  1. Well, it's cut, and I blew a grip onto it. It's now at a C-8. I haven't played it yet, but that is definitely light, for sure, given that I built my irons out to D-4s. This Titleist head has a varying, interchangeable weight system with neutral, draw/fade options throughout it, so I may drop a heavier weight into it to balance it. I'll give it a go and feel it out. Thanks!!
  2. Be careful! Don't slip and fall. Ha! Yes, "a lot out there," that's true. Even fitters can't stock everything, and then, conditions of play vary, a golfer's changing skill set (hopefully ever trending toward improvement) adds to the mix. So, finding that "special something" that works with one set of variables may not work so well with the next. I was fitted, but my game is changing, so I'm having a bit of fun playing with all the stuff.
  3. Thanks, Lacassem! I haven't purchased anything, yet, but I started looking at articles by searching keywords: "reviews+shafts+ Titleist 917 D3 (the head I have). One thing led to another here on the site, including me entering into a bid for testing a new TSi. Ha! The articles also turned my attention to the M.R. Tensei AV Raw shafts. As a result of further research, I'm now considering M.R. Tensei CK Orange 60 S-Flex or a Diamana Blue Board S-Flex. I currently have two sets of Diamana for both the D and the F3: Diamana D+ White S-Flex and Diamana Blue board, R-flex. The Whites
  4. 1. How long have you been playing golf? What’s your handicap or normal score? I started playing regularly in the spring of 2019. I played some before that, too, between 2006 and 2008--attended the 2008 US Open at Torrey Pines where Rocco Mediate and Tiger Woods brought the weekend to a spectacular close. These past two years I’ve been overcome by a must-play-energy. That, has resulted in going from a 24 to oscillating between a 16-14 to date. 2. What do you love about golf? Every hole is like kickin’ a can on your way home; You get to where you’re going in spit
  5. First Name: Bret City, State: Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts Current Driver in Play: Titleist 917 D3 Handicap: 16 Swing Speed: 104.36 Which Driver Would You Like to Review: TSi3
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