Summary: I like the sound the club makes after hitting the golf ball. I have just use it only for 2 rounds, of which one was a very windy day in febuary, so , I have not made of my mind completly yet. Distance wise? did gained 5-10 yds. and did have that feel of not trying to have to hit hard. I gave it a good rating instead of excellent because I have to adjust and re-adjust my stands at address , without that ready- go- feel, then again this might just be because of it been new...
Summary: Never thought I would find a better driver then my 983k.Played it for 7 years but after the face of this best friend got cracked I tried the Taylormade and Mizuno but they just did not have it for me. Finally decided to go back to Titleist and tried the 909d2, as this had the best reviews Did not like the look,too big for me, and at the try out I was hitting slice after slice. Picked up the D3 from Ebay,without trying it as my golf shop only has the D2.
Summary: I am a highly-educated person and a better than scratch golfer. Let's just say I'm a rarity. When people meet me that say "wow, not only is that guy smart but also he can sure hit the ball a mile". I got this driver as a gift from my employer because I'm the best at what I do. I get everything for free because I know how to schmooze. Anyway, I hit this driver a country mile. Further than anyone I play with and I play with the best.
Summary: I love the D3 head...easily 20yds at times by my cleveland. Great workability and solid feel. This shaft combination with the D3 head requires someone with 115+MPH swing speed and they will be loving it.
Summary: Traditional looking shape. nice size head (440cc) compared to those 460cc monsters. Voodoo shaft has nice feel but needs a decent swing speed to get the most out of it (my current swing speed is low 100's to high 90's). Fairly forgiving driver, low ball trajectory and low spin (just like they advertised). Definitly easier to hit than the previous titleist drivers.