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Titleist 910D2 & 910D3

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  • mattjudmattjud  1306WRX Points: 107Members Posts: 1,306
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    i really like mine. i have a 910 D3 9.5 with a Fujikura Motore Speeder VC 7.1. i really like the ball flight. hit the longest drive of my life on par 5 at home club. 530 and had 180 in. never seen anyone with that distance into it.
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  • minteqminteq  2857WRX Points: 135Members Posts: 2,857
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    100% happy with my D2. Best driver I have used so far.
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  • AlwaysTopCheeseAlwaysTopCheese AlwaysTopCheese  147WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 147
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    Im getting fitted for one of these in the next couple of weeks, cant wait- Ive heard that its the best Titleist driver to date!
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  • fireguyfrank58fireguyfrank58  789WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 789
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    Im getting fitted for one of these in the next couple of weeks, cant wait- Ive heard that its the best Titleist driver to date!




    Love my D3 8.5 Put the real Diamana whiteboard in and have not regreted it since!!
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  • GuncherGuncher  97WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 97
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    Just ordered a D2 8.5* with RIP 70X at 44.5". Can't wait to hit it but have to wait until spring.
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  • santinosantino  93WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 93
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    Any word on the spin rate compared to the R11?
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  • matt1666matt1666  90WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 90
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    I cant wait to get one of these in my hands!
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  • MidnightexpressMidnightexpress  415WRX Points: 45Members Posts: 415
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    LOVE my D3 9.5* with RIP 60. i play it in D2 setting and i no longer fear the high, baloonish fade/slice i always fight with my 905r. Best Driver i have ever hit.
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  • KevCarterKevCarter 1995 MN PGA Wisconsin 12829WRX Points: 377ClubWRX Posts: 12,829
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    LOVE my D3 9.5* with RIP 60. i play it in D2 setting and i no longer fear the high, baloonish fade/slice i always fight with my 905r. Best Driver i have ever hit.




    Midnightexpress, I haven't had a chance to hit mine or play with the settings yet. What did moving to the D2 setting do for you? Do you feel that is the reason you have gotten rid of the high right miss, or is it just a better club for you?



    Thanks,

    Kevin
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  • justoddjustodd Chief  636WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 636
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    8.5 D3 C1 setting. I can't say enough about this driver. I bought a 9064 right before I got the 910, and the 910 is hands down better for me. Dispersion, feel, looks and performance, it's a winner in every category.
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  • MidnightexpressMidnightexpress  415WRX Points: 45Members Posts: 415
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    KevCarter wrote:



    LOVE my D3 9.5* with RIP 60. i play it in D2 setting and i no longer fear the high, baloonish fade/slice i always fight with my 905r. Best Driver i have ever hit.




    Midnightexpress, I haven't had a chance to hit mine or play with the settings yet. What did moving to the D2 setting do for you? Do you feel that is the reason you have gotten rid of the high right miss, or is it just a better club for you?



    Thanks,

    Kevin






    Hey Kevin. its a bit of both really.. perhaps the shaft helps a lot too. the only other driver i really held onto for a long time was the 905r. it had a 65G Aldila NV Stiff in it and the ball flight was always balooning, fading hard or even slice. this new 910 D3 in the D2 setting has changed the ball flight so much ill never look back. i had it out today again infact and i am blown away by the ball flight. its almost a little half cork screw of a ball flight.. kinda takes off from the tee just right of the target, draws over to the left of the intial target line at its peak hight which isnt all that high, and then it kinda turns over ever so slightly towards the right about on center line as it lands and runs out. and its VERY consistant. The driver has always been the worst club in my bag but no longer. i hit this thing on target with a full 100% swing 80% of the time.. and misses arent all that bad. i did try setting the club in D3 wich is still at its most left bias with a loft of 10.25* just for fun and it did exactly what it was designed to do. a higher launch, less roll, but still hung on the left side of the target line. So this is great because i can launch it hight and not worry about the dreaded slice anymore. in other driver i always had to tee it lower, close the face a little and TRY to keep it low so i wouldnt slice or over fade it.
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  • KevCarterKevCarter 1995 MN PGA Wisconsin 12829WRX Points: 377ClubWRX Posts: 12,829
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    Midnight, thank you for the detailed response. I'm happy you found such a great fit and are still excited. I can't wait to play with mine!
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  • Explorer11Explorer11  17WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 17
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    I am really hoping to put one of these in the bag this year. I am waiting for more people to get them...decide they can't hit em...and then unload them on ebay. I grab one and hit it every time I am in the golf store. Thanks for all the reviews you all are posting, it is definitely making it more difficult for me to say I don't NEED one.



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  • Eric SEric S  16WRX Points: 45Members Posts: 16
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    I've been really happy with mine so far. My heel misses still aren't great, but I've caught a couple off of the toe that have drawn right back into the fairway. I've picked up at least 5 yards from my r9.
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  • RbrayRbray  2WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 2
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    [size="3"]Hey, Anybody know where I could fine a LH 910 d3 head, no shaft or anything?

    Thanks[/size]



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  • SCGAgolferSCGAgolfer  28WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 28
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    Went on the monitor today and test drove the D3 with the 'made for' Project X shaft. Thought the 73g on this shaft would really slow my ss down and to my suprise it wasn't significant and I was really hitting this driver well and loved the feel. My current driver (stock shaft at 60g) was becoming a little sloppy, but this new Titleist driver with the more stable Project X shaft is perfect for me. I realize it's not the 'real deal' Project X shaft, but it's a major step up for me. Spin decreased significantly for me and that is ultimately what I was after...This driver will be in the bag in a few days and the 3 wood and hybrid will follow shortly afterwards...
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  • SeekonkHolen1SeekonkHolen1 Swing Hard and Look up  1340WRX Points: 113Members Posts: 1,340
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    SCGAgolfer wrote:


    Went on the monitor today and test drove the D3 with the 'made for' Project X shaft. Thought the 73g on this shaft would really slow my ss down and to my suprise it wasn't significant and I was really hitting this driver well and loved the feel. My current driver (stock shaft at 60g) was becoming a little sloppy, but this new Titleist driver with the more stable Project X shaft is perfect for me. I realize it's not the 'real deal' Project X shaft, but it's a major step up for me. Spin decreased significantly for me and that is ultimately what I was after...This driver will be in the bag in a few days and the 3 wood and hybrid will follow shortly afterwards...






    Th Project X is the real deal the only made for shafts are the Mitsubishi line.
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    SCGAgolfer wrote:


    Went on the monitor today and test drove the D3 with the 'made for' Project X shaft. Thought the 73g on this shaft would really slow my ss down and to my suprise it wasn't significant and I was really hitting this driver well and loved the feel. My current driver (stock shaft at 60g) was becoming a little sloppy, but this new Titleist driver with the more stable Project X shaft is perfect for me. I realize it's not the 'real deal' Project X shaft, but it's a major step up for me. Spin decreased significantly for me and that is ultimately what I was after...This driver will be in the bag in a few days and the 3 wood and hybrid will follow shortly afterwards...






    Th Project X is the real deal the only made for shafts are the Mitsubishi line.






    Thats what I thought going in but the guy I talked to said only the RIP for the D3/D2 was the real deal. I guess that explains why I liked the shaft so much image/cheesy.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':cheesy:' /> .... thanks for the 'heads up'.
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  • golfer6golfer6  102WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 102
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    SCGAgolfer wrote:


    SCGAgolfer wrote:


    Went on the monitor today and test drove the D3 with the 'made for' Project X shaft. Thought the 73g on this shaft would really slow my ss down and to my suprise it wasn't significant and I was really hitting this driver well and loved the feel. My current driver (stock shaft at 60g) was becoming a little sloppy, but this new Titleist driver with the more stable Project X shaft is perfect for me. I realize it's not the 'real deal' Project X shaft, but it's a major step up for me. Spin decreased significantly for me and that is ultimately what I was after...This driver will be in the bag in a few days and the 3 wood and hybrid will follow shortly afterwards...






    Th Project X is the real deal the only made for shafts are the Mitsubishi line.






    Thats what I thought going in but the guy I talked to said only the RIP for the D3/D2 was the real deal. I guess that explains why I liked the shaft so much image/cheesy.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':cheesy:' /> .... thanks for the 'heads up'.





    I was fitted by a titleist rep who told me the project X is the real deal. I love my D3 with the A1 setting.
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  • trackcoach13trackcoach13 NJ 1095WRX Points: 266Members Posts: 1,095
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    golfer6 wrote:

    SCGAgolfer wrote:


    SCGAgolfer wrote:


    Went on the monitor today and test drove the D3 with the 'made for' Project X shaft. Thought the 73g on this shaft would really slow my ss down and to my suprise it wasn't significant and I was really hitting this driver well and loved the feel. My current driver (stock shaft at 60g) was becoming a little sloppy, but this new Titleist driver with the more stable Project X shaft is perfect for me. I realize it's not the 'real deal' Project X shaft, but it's a major step up for me. Spin decreased significantly for me and that is ultimately what I was after...This driver will be in the bag in a few days and the 3 wood and hybrid will follow shortly afterwards...






    Th Project X is the real deal the only made for shafts are the Mitsubishi line.






    Thats what I thought going in but the guy I talked to said only the RIP for the D3/D2 was the real deal. I guess that explains why I liked the shaft so much image/cheesy.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':cheesy:' /> .... thanks for the 'heads up'.





    I was fitted by a titleist rep who told me the project X is the real deal. I love my D3 with the A1 setting.







    +1 - I was fitted for the D3 with the Project X and was told it is the real deal too. I absolutely love the D3 with the ProjectX. I am bombing it and very accurate.



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  • parparpar23parparpar23  5WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 5
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    Should have my D3 w/ Motore Speeder VC 6.2 in hand by Friday. Cannot wait!
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  • craz-ecraz-e  4264WRX Points: 374Members Posts: 4,264
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    Easily the best feeling driver I have ever hit. I have hit all the new driver offerings on a launch monitor, to be honest the 910 is no longer or shorter than anything else out there for me, where it does shine is amazing feel and the best accuracy I have ever seen with a big stick. I would be happy with the grouping I get with this from a wedge!.
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    Driver = Ping G410 Plus even flow black 6.0
    4 wood = Titleist TS2 Even flow white 6.0
    3 iron = Titleist U500 Hzrdus smoke 6.0
    Irons = Titleist 718 CB/MB Project X LZ 6.0
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  • JoomaJooma  235WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 235
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    910 D2 and D3 with Diamana are waste of time. I hit them against RAZRHawk with Aldila RIP and there is no comparison. Cally beats them hands down.

    To be fair, I did not try any other shaft with 910, perhaps then the story could be different.
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  • ryancjordanryancjordan  551WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 551
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    Been agonizing over whether I should get the 910d2 with the RIP 70x or the PX. Launch monitor was broken and I thought both felt great, but have been going back and forth for a few days. Thoughts from people who've hit both? I also have the 910f with the kai'li, so should I just stick with that shaft in the 910d even though I havent tried it in that club?
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  • Lee91Lee91  210WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 210
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    Whats the difference between D3 and D2>>>
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  • bigtedrxbigtedrx  97WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 97
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    Lee91 wrote:


    Whats the difference between D3 and D2>>>




    Per the titleist website


    What are the performance differences between the D2 and D3 driver models? What kind of player will be best-suited to which club?

    The base performance differences of the 910D2 and 910D3 are similar to prior models. The 910D2 is larger at 460cc and offers more forgiveness. The 910D3 is smaller with a deep face at 445c and offers additional shot and trajectory control. With the powerful adjustability offered by SureFit Tour we don't really characterize one club as being better suited for a certain player type. The best way to find the best one for you is to be custom fit.
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  • RyanWoonRyanWoon  204WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 204
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    I have a 910D3 with an Ahina X and real deal Kai'li X and it's the best driver I've used. Feels perfect, and it's long and straight for me with little spin.
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  • tsdnortontsdnorton  55WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 55
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    For the people who are curious about the difference between d2 and d3, look at the titleist website. Rory, Geoff, and a few others using the d2. While they have another deal of them using d3. So it's honestly a matter of if you want lower spin rates or not. I went with a d2 9.5 with Px73
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  • drugdawgdrugdawg  97WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 97
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    D3 with RIP 70X. Best driver I have hit in 30 plus years of serious golf.
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  • kgeorge78kgeorge78  7901WRX Points: 277Members Posts: 7,901
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    I can not begin to explain how forgiving and long the D2 is. Sent the G15 packing and that was NOT easy to do.........
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