Fairway metal or Driver

gilles c

Cannot make my mind if I buy a 913 F or 913 D2.

I need distance on par 4 and 5 you can drive further or try to reacf the green with a Fairway Metal but there has to be a logical way to decide.

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  1. gilles c

    gilles c

    Cannot make my mind if I buy a 913 F or 913 D2.

    I need distance on par 4 and 5, you can either drive further or try to reach

     the green with a Fairway Metal but there has to be a logical way to decide.

  2. Craig W

    I would go see a Certified Titleist Fitter and do a fitting for your metal woods & see what is better than what you already have in your bag currently.  A fitter using a launch monitor will help you decide easily.

  3. Bradley L

    gilles c

    Cannot make my mind if I buy a 913 F or 913 D2.

    I need distance on par 4 and 5 you can drive further or try to reacf the green with a Fairway Metal but there has to be a logical way to decide.

    My question to you would be what would help your game more?  A new driver might not only give you a few more yards but also might give you more fairways.  A new fairway that would allow you to go for more par 5's in two could be useful also.  

    Personally I'd go driver over fwy.  I find going for par 5"s in two tend to get me into trouble more often than not.  

    I do agree the best thing is to go get fit by a certified fitter to get the best results.

    Brad 

  4. gilles c

    Thank you Craig

    I did go see a Certified Titleist Fitter and opted for the driver.

    These guys are good.

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