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I personally like to have it slightly deeper face, however a beggar can't be choosy, Right? :cheesy:

 

Seriously, It's deep enough for me to grow w/ it definitely.

 

Feel Improvement is the biggest different IMO compare w/ the S and T. It has a distinctive sound of Titleist driver and their classic shape.

 

I'll definitely play this club without force. :)

 

Joe :cheesy:

 

 

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Joe Kwok says...

 

I personally like to have it slightly deeper face, however a beggar can't be choosy, Right? :D

 

Seriously, It's deep enough for me to grow w/ it definitely.

 

Feel Improvement is the biggest different IMO compare w/ the S and T. It has a distinctive sound of Titleist driver and their classic shape.

 

I'll definitely play this club without force. :drinks:

 

Joe :D

 

Hey Easy....

Nice legs on that first pic :drinks: :wave: :beach:

 

When i get mine (sometime this week i think).... i'll let you know if this will convert me from a TM hoe to a Titleist HOE :dntknw:

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The 905S will stay in the line as the low spin option. 905R acts like 905T but with a little more spin and higher launch angle. I hit two 9.5 degree heads, one with NVS and one with V2, both looked like moon shots to me, but I am already a high launch, high spin player. I'll be trying the 905R in 7.5 degrees with Graphite design YS-7. Same spec as my 983K. I got a 905T last year, but there was not enough difference from 983K to switch full time.

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Played 18 holes today with the 905R that I picked up yesterday. I had not tried it out before purchase so I didn't know what to expect. My specs were 905R 10'5 45" V2 75 stiff. This driver set up very nice and the V2 shaft has a good feel to it but in all honesty I had somewhat of a difficult time with it. Most of the day I fought a hook, which was somewhat disturbing. Ball flight is also a good bit lower, but its penetrating with tons of roll. The low left hook cost me a triple bogey on one first holes of the day, but I was able to control it better after that. Distance wise the 905R is 10 yards longer than my previous Cobra 400SZ or 440SZ, one with and Irod stiff and the other the 65V2 stiff. Also, the 905R seems to be about 15-20 yards longer than the 905T in 10.5 I traded in. The 905T had a YS6+ in reg flex and it hit the ball much higher but was generally short compared to the Cobra's above. The V275 stiff really keeps the ball down and produces a boring trajectory. I never really got after it hard today as I was trying more to keep it in play.

 

Overall I'm fairly happy with the driver and the distance and control it provided. It might not fit my swing perfectly so some adaptation is probably in order but I think I will be able to get use to it. Feel wise its very solid and produces more of a thwack sound than the ping of the Callaway's or Cobras. It also feel much hotter off the face than the 905T.

 

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Heard that this head is much hotter than the older versions "S" that Titleist had out in 05'. Also the looks are simular but bigger. Nice job Titleist!!!

 

Wow! if this club is hotter than a 905S I would love to have one. I can freakin bomb my 905S, so I couldn't imagine a club to hit it further.

 

 

Rumors saying that Titleist have the deep face version of the 460cc ( Called 905M ?)

 

I wouldn't be surprise if this is a reality rather than rumor.

 

I will all over that one for sure! :lol:

 

Sorry but does 'deeper face' mean from ground up 'taller' .

 

Thanks Jas

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Just got mine yesterday. Here's some thoughts...

 

Immediately ran out to the range like a kid at Christmas. Loved the set-up. Have played the 983K for 2 years, so used to that look. Initially had a nice, low driving flight. Haven't been hitting the driver well, and I made a slight set-up adjustment, and started absolutely bombing it! High and long. Just to compare, I took a few swings with the K, and bombed that too. R is definitely longer by a good bit. Was able to tee the ball considerably lower with the R and still get a great trajectory. It clearly has a different sound than the K; a bit of a high ping when you really find the sweet spot. I'm in love.

 

Today, took it out to the course. Played a very tough course (147 slope) with all tight driving holes. Did not swing well at all, but that was me, not the club. I did hit a handfull of excellent drives. Averaged about 290 (usually 280 or so). Was ruitinely by the 2 guys I was playing with, who were considerably better than me. (They both had TM R7/R7 425)

 

Overall, the 905R has lived up to the hype for me. I was a bit warey of buying a club I had not hit, but tried all other options, and felt that staying Titleist was the way to go. My hunch was right. I'm guessing this one will be in the bag for another couple of years (especially if my wife finds out!)

 

Hit 'em long, boys.

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Hello there. I got 2 905R's this week. First of all I have played golf for 24 years (since I was 9) and carry a +2.6 handicap - that being said you know that I am a player playing what Titleist says "better clubs for better players".

 

Here's the scoop - IMO the 905R 9.5* with the Stiff V2 shaft lacked feel. I have played the 905T for the last 2 years and can really feel the head in my hands throuhgout the entire swing. With the 905R with the V2 shaft it felt more like I was swinging a shaft - i.e. I could not feel the head. Perhaps the 76g shaft was a bit too heavy for the lightweight clubhead and seemed to kill the feel. I hit this 905R very well however on the range and during a practice round, however when I hit good ones or not so good one's the club lacked feel.

 

As I said I did get 2 905R's. The other one is a 9.5* with the Graphite Design YS7 shaft. It was amazing to me that after all of these years playing this game I guessed right. It was the V2 shaft that to me made the original 905R I spoke of earlier feel like the head was a feather. The 9.5* with the Graphite Design shaft had much more feel in the clubhead and feedback was much more present of center and offcenter hits. Carry was higher and longer downrange flight.

 

Verdict - Yes the V2 is a new shaft, yes it has gotten good reviews, try a few different shafts before buying this club as you may find yourself dissapointed and $399.99 poorer just because you didn't take the time to match up the right head with the right shaft FOR YOU. I would definately suggest not rushing in to the proshop, snagging one out of the rack and flopping down $399 before spending the time to find whats best for you.

 

Great Club once the right setup is found. DO SOME HOMEWORK BEFORE YOU BUY AND YOU WILL LOVE THIS CLUB!!!!!!

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First off let me say I love Titleist woods. I have played the 975D, 975J, and the 983K with great sucess.

Then I had an awful time with the 905T. I hated that driver. So, needless to say I was really looking forward to the 905R. Well it finally came in 9.5 UST V2 stiff. I ran to the range in anticipation. Well it was all down hill after that. Either I am getting to where I can not hit Titleist woods anymore or they are just not for me. I was reallly disappointed with the 1) ballflight 2) distance 3) feel and 4) depth of the face. Now, I am not saying this is a bad driver, it is just not for me. I feel like there is too many drivers out there that feel better, look better and go farther. Needless to say,I am done with Titleist for a while. Just my 2 Cents!

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The 905S will stay in the line as the low spin option. 905R acts like 905T but with a little more spin and higher launch angle. I hit two 9.5 degree heads, one with NVS and one with V2, both looked like moon shots to me, but I am already a high launch, high spin player. I'll be trying the 905R in 7.5 degrees with Graphite design YS-7. Same spec as my 983K. I got a 905T last year, but there was not enough difference from 983K to switch full time.

 

I'm with you on this one. I am a high launch, high spin player as well and didn't find the R a realistic option for me or other high spin players because of the enhanced spin. The driver felt nice though, typically a Titleist driver. The 35% larger sweetspot (according to the rep) is welcome as well.

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Just as with any other driver, it's so important to get the shaft and loft combination that works for you in a particular head. I ws also looking forward to trying the 905R with the V2 shaft. Hated it, it does not fit me at all. I then hit it with the NV65, didn't like that shaft at all in the 905 S or T. Felt really good in the 905R. Then I tried my Diamana in the R, really love that combination so far. If I hd limited myself to hitting just the V2, I would tell you the driver is no good for me. The V2 is getting great reviews in the R from stronger guys with faster swing speeds. It has a very stiff, dead feeling tip for me, but will be great for the right player.

 

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call me an idiot right I bought this club solely to demo it then buy it if I liked it right? Ghost taped it and all lol. Anyhow I hit a 905T atm 9.5 witha graphalloy blue stiff in there. Got a hold of an R, yes i went through all the shafts lol. Man! This thing is a complelly different animal. The driver really doesnt look that big at adress first off, then I hit it, crushed it. The trajectorys a lot higher than my T not ballooning if anytihng gaining yardage from the added height. And somehow still maintained a good amount of roll. Went out and played my local course where Im a member. Im not that long of the tee but decent I mean 250-265 range (far from spectaculat right?)lol. Anyhow I mishit the damn thing that far. When I catch it on the sweet spot tho the results are amazing. A good 15 yards longer. Its great when something Ive been looking forward to for so long lives up to the hype. Ive got it in a 10.5 up from 9.5 since im hitting it with the V2, the extra weight in the shaft is amazing. I used to be kind of eratic nto bad but far from consistent with my driver now in my last three rounds ive hit 11-10-11 fairways and have been shooting some of the lower scores of my golfing career lol.

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I just got mine yesterday 9.5 with the V2 stiff and absolutely love it, didn't demo it or try out different shaft combos. . I've played titleist drivers since the 975d all the way up the to the 983E when i went in search of a driver with a little bigger head and sweetspot. I demo'd the 905T and 905S and was not impressed with both of those clubheads, I felt that titleist totally missed the boat by not coming out with a 460cc driver. They finally got it right and in a big way. I gotta admit I've been reading reviews and people are either loving it or hating it, especially with the V2 shaft. There's also the discussion of how deep the face is, I prefer a deep face driver and I gotta say that in comparing the face to my Cleveland Comp witch I think a pretty deep faced driver the difference is hardly noticeable. So i got out to hit it this morning first thing, warmed up a little bit then started out hitting my old driver Cleveland Comp w/ the prolaunch shaft. I was crushing that but that driver/shaft combo produces a really high ball flight and I have trouble working the ball much. Then i switched to the R, was crushing it, a med/high penetrating ball flight with a baby draw. The club felt so solid, reminded me of the 983 model, but alot more explosive. I really like the shaft as well, was a little hesitant after reading all of the reviews about how stiff it was but I had no problems. The club sets up well behind the ball and the depth of the face or lack there of as alot of people are complaining about is un noticeable. Overall a great club and Titleist finally got it right.

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Great driver with amazing accuracy with the V2 75 shaft. I was hitting 75 percent of my shots within 5 yards of my target at 240 yards. I found it extremely easy to square the face and this head has amazing stability. The distance is on par with everything out there. I find claims that people hit one driver 20 yards further than another kind of ridiculous in this day of .830 COR limitiation. Maximizing distance is about trajectory control, spin rate, and hitting the sweet spot.

 

Much better than the 905T and has a nice boring flight. If you like Titleist drivers this one's a winner.

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I had been playing a Ping G5 with 7.5* loft and tried the 905R with 8.5* loft with the VR2 shaft. Ball flight is higher, but doesn't balloon a bit. I get a higher trajectory than I have been seeing, but still get some roll out at the end of it with both the Ping and the Titleist. This is something I haven't gotten from other drivers, where I got the high trajectory, and when the ball came down, that was it. I am sure that is much a function of shaft selection as it was anything. I tried both the speeder and the VR2 and it was a close decision, but the VR2 feels smoother to me for some reason.

 

As another response stated, I am not seeing a "20 yard increase because of the driver." In fact after 36 holes on a course I play on a regular basis, there really doesn't appear to be much difference either way. What is different is the feel. I know as soon as I have hit the ball whether or not it was dead on the sweet spot on the Titleist, whereas on the Ping some times I couldn't really tell if I was a little off until I saw the ball in flight and/or the subsequent distance (or loss thereof). Still the "mis-hits" with both drivers give about the same results, one is not worse than the other. Strictly a feel thing I guess, but I like the feel of the Titleist much better, just better feedback to me.

 

Believe me, I am NOT a fan of Titleist's customer service...have had a rather unpleasant experience with them (as has a couple of my playing buddies), but this driver felt good enough to me to buy it and keep it. I think they have a winner here!

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After lots of personal driver fitting sessions I finally decided to get the 905R. I used the 905T 9.5 with Aldila NV75 X last year and seriously lost about 25-50 yards and usually hit left all day long. This is no joke. People I used to blow it by suddenly were standing next to me after I crushed my tee shot! Frustrating to say the least. I figured out why though. My spin was off the charts and the Aldila NV wasn't stiff enough even in an X flex (very common with the aldila). I tried a 905S with Graffaloy Blue 8.5 on the monitor and my specs were 168 ball speed, 118 swing speed, 14 launch and 3800 spin. Carry of about 275. Ok but not great. I then hit the new Cleveland Ti460 with Fujikura 757 in stiff, 7.5. Crushed it! 294 carry with 163 ball speed, 119 swing speed, 11 launch and 3000 spin. Very accurate but the ball had a draw about 5 to 10 yards left of the target...but very consistent. Ball speed dropped with the switch from the Titleist to the Cleveland and I am a Titleist guy so I ordered the 905R 8.5 with Fujikura 757 X.

 

WOW!!!! What a monster! Best driver I have ever hit. The shaft makes all the difference....never let anyone tell you that the club head is the engine in the driver. Anyone who knows anything about equipment will tell you that you can take a $5 head and throw in a $300 dollar shaft and have a rocket, and you can throw a $5 shaft in a $300 head and have a dud! Needless to say, I have both in this combo. The head has a great sound to it...sort of in between a ting and a thwack! Doesn't look very big at all and sets up great. Very large sweet spot that Titleist guaranteed is right on the money. I don't miss the center very often but even when you do, you can't really tell other than by looking at the face to see where you impacted it. The ball still jumps off the face. Very hot face with a great sound but the shaft makes the difference for me. I had a NV85 X in my 904 3 wood too, pulled that and put in a 757 X and that thing is now a high launching lazer!!!! So believe me, the shaft is the way to go. I tried the V2 as others have reported on in a stiff flex (all they had) and was all over with it. Just wasn't stiff enough. And for those of you who don't like the feel of this shaft, it is because of the extremely low torque. Hit a shaft in an X flex with 4.0 torque and I guarantee you will say it feels good even if you don't hit it well because of the X flex. Low torque will give you more accuracy with the big headed drivers but you will lose what people say is "feel" which is nothing more than a soft feel at impact. To me, feel is feedback. If you hit the center of the face a broomstick would "feel" great but if you hit it on the toe or heel it will feel harsh. Personally I like that feel/feedback because it makes me swing better to avoid those occurences. To each his/her own!

 

The NV just wasn't stiff enough and I was very inconsistent with it. It is a good quality shaft, especially for the money but the flexes are off by one. I sold my 905T with the X flex to a guy who swings about 105-110 and he crushes it dead straight. Don't just go by swing speed though. Figure out how you load the shaft. Do you swing hard or smooth? Do you swing the same speed back and through or pick up speed on the way down to the ball. Don't fool yourself either...are you strong or just have average strength??? Don't play with equipment you see other people playing or with equipment you wish you could hit. Play with what works for you and watch your game improve. MAKE SURE YOUR EQUIPMENT FITS YOUR GAME/SWING!!!

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I love the 905R. I purchased a 9.5 degree with a V2 65g shaft and it is working great. I get about the same distance as my previous R5, but it feels more solid. Great feel, and no problem working it both ways. Gotta love the job Titleist did with this.

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Played a 905R the other day. The club belonged to an asst pro at my club. It was Tour 9.5* with a Speeder 653 S shaft. I play a 983E dot, 8.5*, with a Speeder 671TE, SX shaft. My club hits the ball lower and I can work the ball more but the 905R is stupid easy to hit. The loft was too high for me and the shaft a little light too but the ball went straight and deep! I could turn the ball over when needed but I couldn't hit a controlled fade; I just hit it high and right, way high. I was impressed enough to buy a 8.5* with the Titleist Speeder. The Titleist Speeder shaft, I'm told, specs out between a Vista Tour and Vista Pro. With this shaft I hit the ball too high; I put in another 671TE SX shaft and the ballflight came down to a usable level. The best part is the club is still stupid easy to hit. Mishits go straight and nutted balls carry 5-10 yards past my 983E with good rollout after landing. I would like to see a deep face 905R, maybe the rumored 905M, come out; I'm a high ball hitter and I would like to see a more boring, penetrating ball flight. All things considered I believe Titleist has a winner here.

 

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I love mine. see sig for setup.

 

The most interesting thing i notice is the impact sound. Typically it just sounds kinda lound, solid and different, but not like a Ping or cobra loud. Every now and then when I hit the thing dead center with full swing speed it is the loudest thing I've ever heard. On the those perfect strikes it's so loud that I feel it reverberate throughout my whole body and the world stands still for a split second. Maybe one out of 15 swings I get that ear punishing sound, that splits my ear drums in half and then everything goes silent for a split second afterward.

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I realize I'm exposing myself to possible hate mail from the Titleist die-hards here but I have to say that the 905R is in a word, Unimpressive!

 

I picked up a 10.5 * with V2 stiff and played one round with it. Found it to be shorter than my 460comp. I thought the heavier V2 shaft would help improve accuracy a bit, and not that I was spraying it, but I felt it was no more accurate than my Cleveland with NV-65. The Titleist allowed me to work the ball both ways but seemed to favor a fade. Feel was lacking, but don't expect the V2 shaft to enhance the feel of any driver its installed in due to the ultra stiff tip. So for now, I'm sticking with the 460comp which I hit about 10-20 yards further without sacrificing much accuracy.

 

Anyone want to buy a 905R with one round on it, let me know.

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Same thing for me - loved my 905T with a YS-6 X but 905R with V2 spins far too much and has no feel...might put a YS-7 in it or stick with my R510 tp...

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      2022 Wells Fargo Championship - Monday #2
      2022 Wells Fargo Championship - Monday #3
       
       
      WITB Albums 
       
      Eugenio Chacarra - WITB - 2022 Wells Fargo Championship
      Larkin Gross - Mid-Atlantic PGA Section Champ - WITB - 2022 Wells Fargo Championship
      Billy Hurley - WITB - 2022 Wells Fargo Championship
      Max McGreevy - WITB - 2022 Wells Fargo Championship
       
       
      Pullout Albums
       
      Cameron putters - 2022 Wells Fargo Championship
      Oddyssey Putters - 2022 Wells Fargo Championship
       
       
       
       
       
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