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I wonder what the most common setting is for these drivers:
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I’ll just leave this here. 53 feet of curve, or 17.667 yards.
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6 minutes ago, GB13 said:

I guess we are just going to have to agree to disagree here. If I had a 15 yard cut/slice that was a consistent fairway finder, I'd take it. 

But if that slice could be fixed by the equipment, that's a 15 yard difference down the fairway.  A difference between 2 clubs into the green.  

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I’ll just leave this here. 53 feet of curve, or 17.667 yards.
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Is that all? I can surely out do DJ on the left to right curve.
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Is that all? I can surely out do DJ on the left to right curve.

Glad I can’t. I’m only at 15 yards. I need to do better! And he hits it 330+! Crazy. I’m only getting 300-305! Dude’s a beast.

Here’s a DRAW at just over 15 yards of movement. Fairway.

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1 hour ago, GB13 said:

I guess we are just going to have to agree to disagree here. If I had a 15 yard cut/slice that was a consistent fairway finder, I'd take it. 

Yup because I will take both a fairway plus the added yardage from better ball flight characteristics 

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I did a driver fitting at Club Champion a couple of weeks ago. Once the fitter found the best shaft for me in my current TS3 head, he did everything he could to beat numbers I was getting from the TS3 and failed. The EPIC Flash SZ, Cobra F9, Taylormade M5, and a few other heads all failed to give me what I get from the Titleist TS3. For me, it is definitively the best driver on the market.

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10 hours ago, chershey said:

I did a driver fitting at Club Champion a couple of weeks ago. Once the fitter found the best shaft for me in my current TS3 head, he did everything he could to beat numbers I was getting from the TS3 and failed. The EPIC Flash SZ, Cobra F9, Taylormade M5, and a few other heads all failed to give me what I get from the Titleist TS3. For me, it is definitively the best driver on the market.

When I came away from my fitting at Club Champion the TS3 beat out my gamer at the time the M3. Once i settled into the TS3 nothing else came close to it. For me, it is the best driver on the market as well. 

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I first did a Titleist Thursday event, then went multiple times with the pro at my local course, trying every brand offering and like several have mentioned none of the others came close to the TS3 for me. When doing the Titleist fitting the fitter told me it was the best on the market and he would put it up against any others, I figured it was just part of the sales pitch so to speak, even though there was no pressure from him. However, with each driver dialed in, the TS3 outperformed every brand, for me it was hands down the best driver on the market. I hit the Ping G410, M5 and M6, the Cobra F9, and Callaway Epic Flash SZ, the TS3 beat them all. 

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18 minutes ago, Jfoz89 said:

Guessing it's worth upgrading my 917d2?

Depends. Some have seen more ball speed and distance and others nothing significant. 

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1 minute ago, RickyBobby_PR said:

Depends. Some have seen more ball speed and distance and others nothing significant. 

Thanks will give it a try next time I have the chance. 

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Just now, Jfoz89 said:

Thanks will give it a try next time I have the chance. 

Cool. I preferred the look of the 917 over ts2&3. The ts2 I tested with even flow White was a straight shot and on a piercing flight. Just couldn’t beat my g400 out though 

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20 hours ago, RickyBobby_PR said:

Cool. I preferred the look of the 917 over ts2&3. The ts2 I tested with even flow White was a straight shot and on a piercing flight. Just couldn’t beat my g400 out though 

Ye my current driver 917 is the best driver I've had and currently my best club in the bag. But was just curious about people's opinions think I'll give them a hit and take it from there.

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I took out the Demo TS3 9.5* at my club yesterday- loved it over my Cobra F9 10.5*  thats a couple of weeks old. Going to use the demo club in 3 competitions coming up (that's where I'll see if it performs) and if it does I'll have to find the cash somewhere.

Thing is I had fun with the TS3 yesterday, even enjoyed stepping on a couple that took me to parts of the course (fairway) I've not been at for awhile. I want it.

Cobra reluctantly will be on ebay shortly.

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50 minutes ago, Jfoz89 said:

Ye my current driver 917 is the best driver I've had and currently my best club in the bag. But was just curious about people's opinions think I'll give them a hit and take it from there.

Will be curious to read your thoughts on the ts. 

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2 hours ago, perseveringgolfer said:

I took out the Demo TS3 9.5* at my club yesterday- loved it over my Cobra F9 10.5*  thats a couple of weeks old. Going to use the demo club in 3 competitions coming up (that's where I'll see if it performs) and if it does I'll have to find the cash somewhere.

Thing is I had fun with the TS3 yesterday, even enjoyed stepping on a couple that took me to parts of the course (fairway) I've not been at for awhile. I want it.

Cobra reluctantly will be on ebay shortly.

Two of my friends who hit the ball a long way have recently both put the cobra in the bag so very interesting that you prefer the TS over it. 

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1 hour ago, RickyBobby_PR said:

Will be curious to read your thoughts on the ts. 

Will keep you updated once I get a chance 👍

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11 hours ago, Jfoz89 said:

Two of my friends who hit the ball a long way have recently both put the cobra in the bag so very interesting that you prefer the TS over it. 

really wanted to like the Cobra, persevered with loft and weight changes and swing changes, the TS isn't perfect but I had a level of confidence with it going 'roughly' where I aimed, with the Cobra it could go left with a hook or high and very right..........which is clearly my swing error but it means the Cobra doesn't 'fit' with my swing.

Gutted as it's costing me hard earned cash

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