Great hybrids, but getting the right shaft flex was and is the key
8 August 2012
Summary: I purchased the Titleist 909 hybrids 21 and 24 degree with regular flex Mitsubishi Diamana factory upgraded shafts to replace the Titleist 585 hybrids with stiff YS6+ shafts. My swing speed has slowed to 90-92 mph with driver and only 1 out of 4 shots with the stiff shafts was high, solid, on target, most low and right.
Summary: Awesome hybrid. Basically the same as the 910 H without all the fancy adjustments that I don't want. The 910 H feature makes the hostel too fat and out of scale with the rest of the club, it doesn't look right to me. Like the 19 degree hybrid so much bought the 24 degree as well, both with the Mitsubishi Rayon blue board shafts (very expensive, but then we are talking Titleist here).
Excellent club!!! The best fix to your long game woes - a must have club!!!
18 June 2012
Summary: Without a doubt one of the best performing hybrids on the market. Titleist continues to raise the bar for the mid to low handicap player. Excellent profile, workability and shaft / head combination. Pick these up on eBay cheaper than the new 910 model and save par from anywhere. Dump your long irons forever and lower your scores.
Summary: Have played Hogan Hybrids for years and loved them. Recently, got this club and wanted to love it. But I did not. However, after going through an adjustment period, this club has really grown on me. When I really started to love this club was when on hole number 6 I found myself needing to hit a 195 yard fade into the wind to the green, and ended up rolling to about 8' for birdie.
Conclusion: Took my 3 iron in to the golf store and compared it with Cleveland Mashie and Titlest 909 wood and hybrid on the ball flight computer at the store: 909H generally about 200 yards and 3 iron about 190 yards. Add to that, I usually get a pretty big chunk of sod with my iron, I think this review closed the deal. Already have a higher loft 24 Mashie, so unmatched stuff in the bag, but..... Go by and buy tomorrow... thanks.
Summary: Titleist, the name says it all. Extraordinary quality that originated in Massachusetts. I play Titleist spoons, forged irons, and cavity backs with great success. I highly recommend this particular club for those who have troubles with the 3 wood on the fairway.