910 Metals Introduced on Tour

Posted: June 21, 2010

How better to celebrate the first day of summer (or, more fittingly, the longest day of the year) than with an exclusive first look at the new Titleist 910 line of metal woods?

We have begun testing and seeding the 910 metal line this week at the Acushnet Oceanside Test Facility in California.  We will continue to test and fit players into the 910 metals on the PGA Tour at next week's AT&T National tournament, outside Philadelphia. 

Effective today, June 21, the 910 drivers are approved for play in competition, and we anticipate several being put in play on the PGA Tour in the coming weeks.

Click the photo below to view images of the new 910 metals from the Oceanside Test Facility.

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Robert Sellman

Big John tell me something about this club that isn't similar technology to a competitor's club.


Those new 910 series looks SICK!!!! definitely going to try those out soon!!!!

Robert Sellman

on Peters comment, don't hate but appreciate.

Robert Sellman

oohhh, cant wait to get thse in the bag

Robert Sellman

Just had the titleist rep in, and he recons they will be avalible at end of the year, Late october time.

Robert Sellman

My guess is they will be a fall release. The released the the last models in Oct./Nov. '08.

Robert Sellman

Can't wait to get those clubs

Zack N

Well those look rather sweet. To let all you non fitting works savy people out there those look to be nonadjustable heads, they appear to just be demo heads that are interchangable from shafts to shaft. So having said that, I will take a D2 with a a Diamana JAVLNFX M7 XStiff if you dont mind. Thanks Acushnet

Team Titleist

Hi Zack N.,

The Titleist 910 drivers will feature new, innovative SureFit Tour dual angle hosel technology which allows the loft and lie to be independently adjusted and set for increased distance and improved shot control. Stay tuned to Team Titleist for more updates and exclusive information on the Titleist 910 drivers.

- Team Titleist

Robert Sellman

they loook worse than the old 909 model