Longer and straighter than any other driver I've played!
28 March 2013
Summary: Hard not to say great things about this club. Titleist continues to innovate the market in all aspects of golf; and the 910 series is no exception. Don't let flashy head designs, in-your-face marketing, and eccentric paint jobs interfere with performance found in this engineering marvel. The 910D3 carries a slightly smaller head and deeper COG, than the 910D2, for truly dynamic ball flight each and every strike.
Summary: I have always used the Titleist ProV1 golf ball, so I decided to try a Titleist driver. Really glad I did! This driver is solid! I enjoyed the different settings and getting it set to my swing and the trajectory I wanted. I am hitting my drives longer and straighter. Would recommend this club to anyone!
Summary: I bought the head and since have constructed a club that's absolute the best driver I've ever hit. I've taken it to the course once, a very hard, tight course and it performed with flying colors. Two of my drives were the best I've ever hit and I played this course more than 15 times this season.
Summary: My 910D2 10.5 replaced a 10.5 909D2 with the great Diamana shaft which I loved. I don't know what another dude was talking about in a previous review-909 failure? No way! The 910D2 left me wondering what I was missing so I picked up a used 910D3 with Rip'd NV stiff. The D2 weighting creates a little more spin and is more forgiving on miss hits. The D3 requires a little more precision with a smaller sweet spot but is becoming my favorite.
Summary: This driver has been one of my best golf purchases yet. I am so happy with it. Well worth the price. The sound of the tee is unlike any other and the feel is great too. I have added 20-30 yards to my drive and seem to get a longer roll due to less spin this club delivers.
Can't see this one leaving my bag anytime soon....
6 July 2012
Summary: Great driver. Be sure to get fitted for the proper shaft. Went with the 65 gram. Might of been better off with the 72 gram but, the 65 is enough to keep my swing on plane. The d3 is surprisingly forgiving even on slightly off-center hits and very "workable". Makes a solid sound on contact and I've found it to be as long as the r11s by taylor made. If there is any difference in distance its marginal. Really prefer titleist's custom fitting system over other clubs.
Summary: Adjustable head and shaft options you can find the right combo. for most golfers. The rip alpha is best suited for the stronger players -100+ mph-lower ball flight and a great balance with the d3 head . Super easy to adjust loft and lie.
Summary: Awesome. Long, with excellent workability to both sides. Skip the R11 and buy this bad boy. Its a much more solid driver and the shaft choices are phenominal. Mine is the project x 7c3 and is a beast. Longest and straightest club I've ever hit. Finally got rid of my big draw.