First Look: Prototype Titleist 913 Drivers

Posted: June 24, 2012

As many Titleist Brand Ambassadors start their journey to the 2012 AT&T National, they’ll have a nice surprise waiting of for them on the range of Congressional Country Club – new prototype Titleist 913 drivers.

And we’re excited to be bringing Team Titleist a sneak peek of what’s in store for this week.

Starting Monday morning, our Titleist Tour Reps will be in full force working closely with Titleist players in the field to check all of the build specs and SureFit Tour hosel settings to help players get dialed-in with the new prototype 913 drivers for testing. 

This marks the official introduction of the new drivers on the PGA Tour and kicks off the tour seeding and performance validation process that all Titleist clubs go through prior to being released in the market. 

The Titleist Golf Club R&D team will also be on-site to walk through some of the new technology and advancements that players will see in the prototype 913 drivers. They’ll also be taking note of the feedback from the player testing as this will influence the design and specifications of the final product that is made available to golf shops around the world. 

In case you were wondering, “913” is the series designation for the new family of drivers. Titleist continues to release metals under the 900 number designation with the “9” standing for metals and the “13” indicating the new model year, 2013.

As the tour seeding and performance validation process continues in the coming weeks across the worldwide professional tours, we’ll continue to share more behind-the-scenes information and product details here on the Team Titleist.

In the meantime, check out the slideshow below for a first look at the new prototype Titleist 913 drivers as they were being built and packed for their trip to Washington D.C. (and a few player’s homes).

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Loren B

Great looking design - I'm sure the performance will be as great!

Steven C

Any meaningful info on the 913? Are they 460cc, ???. I appreciate the article, but would like to know more about it/innovation over the 909, 910, etc.

greg p

I didn't see my name.  Must be in the other box.

Ray S

Anxious to see them/try them!

larry m

I'm a Titleist driver nut, and will definitely be a buyer. The key for me has been finding the right shaft ,so I love the changability features.

charles l

too bad the average golfer can't get a driver for free. When we see our favorite golfers  playing with a certain brand driver or irons that's a lot influence on what we buy.

Dexter T

Wow I waited and waited and bought a competitor because I needed a new driver but by the looks of this I may have to trade in new one.


I did not see my name on the box. When will you be sending me mine?

Damian G

When can I pick one up for myself?

Justin - VIP Golf Services

Extremely excited.  I just went to a local golf shop in Las Vegas and got fit for the R11S, but I walked in looking for a 910D3.  I currently play 735CMs with Vokey wedges and a Titlesit Hybrid all in X100 DGs.  I wanted to go Titlesit driver and fairway woods as well, but they did really good on fitting me for an R11s.  With that said I am having a tough time finding a Titleist Rep in my area that will take the time I need to find the right driver specs for my swing.  I play X-Stf with a 109mph swing speed.  I dont want to buy anything stock off of the shelf, but I also dont want to guess on my specs, but not being on tour makes it difficult for someone like me to find a fitter to really care about my specs in the Titlesit family.