Summary: Picked this up in 2006 at a Play-it-Again sports center for $40 with the Headcover in almost new shape. I used this driver with the 44" Stock True Temper EI-70 Stiff Shaft from 2006-2013 and results were good, but not great as the Average drive in the 310 range with a slight draw but ball flight was...
Summary: I like older clubs for some odd reason ( maybe causenow I'm old and they are my era)and am using Ping Zing 2s. Love'em. So after buying the matchy matchy Ping laminate drivers and using them a while,I needed more distance so I tried a snake eyes 400cc driver. Awful!
Summary: I can't honestly say that I've had any good result from this 9.5 deg. driver. Generally, I play smaller head drivers, so I picked this up on the cheap. I should have saved that $20 bucks. The head is in fine shape but the face (no cracks) is absolutely dead.
Summary: I got this as a throw-in at a used sporting goods store when I was really looking for a 3-wood to hit off the tee since I couldn't hit a driver very well at the time. I quickly ditched the 3-wood because the 975J is so easy to hit. It came with a Pro Force 65 shaft and just fits the way I swing.
Summary: I've pretty much demo'd every driver known to man, and after all was said & done i have gone back to this 300cc baby. It was the driver that started it for Titleist. I prefer the smaller head to the volvos on a stick made nowadays. paired with the right shaft, this driver is as solid as any.
Summary: This is the best driver that I have ever had. I have the UST Proforce 75 S flex shaft in it and the low torque lets me hit it a mile every time. I can always hit it confidently with this club and there is nothing better than I have had.
Summary: I bought my Titleist 975J several years ago. It was the first driver that I ever really felt comfortable with. Eventually, I "graduated" to a Taylormade R7 425. This year I bought a used Cleveland Launcher 400 driver as a backup. Both clubs are nice and I have nothing bad to say about them.
Summary: I'm getting back into golf after a ten year lay off (played some in college) and man oh man. Last week I picked up a used Titleist 983 at a local Golf Galaxy and was happy with this one. Was in another Golf Galaxy this weekend and was just looking around.
Summary: I am off 10 handicap and while i was waiting for my new R7 draw to be delived i was using this club for the weekend! i could not beleive how nice it was and how straight i hit it! i have a natural cut on my shots which sometimes turns into a slice on my drive!
Summary: I've shot in the 80-100 range and the lower scores have mostly been on the back of my workhorse driver. That driver is not the Titleist 975J-VS. This driver has a small sweet spot and it demands a finely tooled swing.