Posted 20 August 2017 - 09:28 PM
I've had a variety of newer drivers over the last couple years and honestly the distance gains are marginal at best compared to my old Titleist 905, I hit the R15 and the M1 longer by about 7 to 10 yds but lost allot of lateral control. For me hitting fairways is allot more important than hitting it a little farther.
I wonder if swing speed has something to do with the advantages allot of folks see with the new technology?
The 905 drivers are a timeless classic. Titleist really hit the ball out of the park with those. you would not believe the better players and top ams and club champs that still play those. I still have mine. I got a little slow and old to swing the Pro Force V-2 in it. I was going to change the shaft but then I did a trade deal for the 915 D-2 I have now and fell in love with it. But I still have the 905R
Driver Titleist 915 D-2 Mitsubishi Diamana 65 R
3 Wood Adams Super S--- Stock Bassara Regular Shaft
Hybrid--- TM Rescue Mid 19* Pro Launch Blue HY special
Hybrid ---- TM Rescue Mid 22* Stock TM tip stiff
Irons --- 4 thru PW 2013 Callaway X Forged Rifle 5,5 PXI Blueprinted
GW --- DSG Top Flite 52* Stock shaft
SW Cleveland CG 15 CC custom sole grind S-400 Bent to 57*
Putter Scotty Santa Fe 1997 vintage Nicknamed "Rusty" because it is
Bag Old School 2008 Titleist Mini Staff
Redneck Hippie Golf Where When The Tailgate Drops The BS Stops !
Founding Father Outlaw Golf Association member #1 to heck with the USGA