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JUST ARRIVED! - Titleist 910 D2 Driver

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FedEx dropped this off this morning. I'm fairly certain the interest level on this one is pretty high, not just because it's a Titleist, but also because it's the first Adjustable Titleist. I should have my first opportunity to hit it later this afternoon. We'll be lining up testers for this one pretty quickly.

 

As you can hopefully see from the pictures, apart from the added ripple of being able to adjust lie and loft independently, the mechanics of the adjustablity are, not surprisingly, nearly identical to that of the Cobra drivers we tested earlier in the year.

 

Apart from Titleist's traditional good looks, our sample is stock with the Diamana 'ahina shaft. Here's what Mitsubishi Rayon has to say:

 

The Diamana 'ahina utilizes a similar bend profile to the original White Board Diamana shaft and like Kai'li and 'ilima also incorporates Mitsubishi Rayon's signature Multi-Dimensional Interlay technology (M.D.I) to deliver a stiffer mid and tip section than its predecessor. Designed to deliver maximum stability through impact without sacrificing feel, Diamana 'ahina's extreme low torque, low spin design provides the flatter trajectory and low spin preferred by today's strongest players.

 

The superior stability and optimized torsional profile of 'ahina will allow players with maximum ball speed to hit straighter, more controlled shots as a result of the M.D.I. technology's ability to maximize how a shaft stores and releases energy.

 

Keep in mind this is a "Made For" shaft, which often means the shaft is similar, though not identical to the "real" version.

 

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This club looks awesome ! Can I be a tester please ? And would you send me the money for a plane ticket from Europe as well ! :P

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I tried this same Titleist 910 D2 9.5 deg with made for Diamana 'ahina stiff. Definitely not a true WB but does have merit. Has a bit more give in the tip section and promotes higher ball flight - this made for version from Titleist feels more like a BB stiff flex. Overall, great looking driver with excellent distance - not sure about workability due to higher ball flight. I would lean towards the D3 version with same shaft - definitely an improvement on the 909 series. I'm hoping the fairway woods perform at similar levels but they won't debut until Feb 2011.

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I only want enough "workability" to stay in the fairway with my driver! :lol:

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not a fan of the alignment aid on top of the drivers and woods from titleist at all, nothing in particular really just never have liked them, anyone else feel this way

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It's a solid club. First Titliest driver I have ever been able to picture myself bagging. Of course it may be a while, hell will freeze over before I pay that for a driver.

BTW the one I hit had a RIP shaft in it.

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In addition to a few casual testers, we collected the first round of data for this club last night (as well as for the Ping K15). I'm not drawing any conclusions based on only one set of numbers, but so far the feedback has been positive.

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