titlest 910 fairway woods

I team titlest  I have a titlest faiway woods 910 15 degrees set d4 my question is what setting i have to choose if i want the ball to go higher because my flight is to low thanks.

eric t

I team titlest  I have a titlest faiway woods 910 15 degrees set d4 my question is what setting i have to choose if i want the ball to go higher because my flight is to low thanks.

A3 or B3 should do the trick.  A4 retains the same lie angle as D4 but more loft.   A3 is max lie angle.  The chart is available here.

I have mine set on D3 for max performance.   Ironically, D2 gave me a high fade.

Toy around with it.  Maybe even try C1 (max fade). 

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Hi Eric - The top row are the settings that increase the loft the most, so if you want to keep it at a standard lie angle, move the setting to A4 (RH) for the highest loft at standard lie.  As you go left on that row of the chart, the lie will become more upright and if you go to the right, the lie angle will be flat.

Cathi, Titleist Club Concierge

Hi Eric - The top row are the settings that increase the loft the most, so if you want to keep it at a standard lie angle, move the setting to A4 (RH) for the highest loft at standard lie.  As you go left on that row of the chart, the lie will become more upright and if you go to the right, the lie angle will be flat.

Cathi - are the C3 and D3 settings pretty close to neutral?  The spec shows at A1 that the clubface is .5* open.  I get my maximum distance with D3 and it feels like I can really clobber the  ball.  I would venture to say that D3 gives me about 15 yards more vs B3 or A3 and about 5-10 vs C3.  D3 goes dead straight.

Cathi, Titleist Club Concierge

Hi Eric - The top row are the settings that increase the loft the most, so if you want to keep it at a standard lie angle, move the setting to A4 (RH) for the highest loft at standard lie.  As you go left on that row of the chart, the lie will become more upright and if you go to the right, the lie angle will be flat.

Cathi - are the C3 and D3 settings pretty close to neutral?  The spec shows at A1 that the clubface is .5* open.  I get my maximum distance with D3 and it feels like I can really clobber the  ball.  I would venture to say that D3 gives me about 15 yards more vs B3 or A3 and about 5-10 vs C3.  D3 goes dead straight.

Cathi, Titleist Club Concierge

C3 increases loft 3/4° and makes the lie angle 3/4° upright.  D3 is the same loft at C3, but the lie angle is 1.5° upright. 

What I meant to say is if the face angle is close to neutral with C3 or D3.   I was reading that increasing the loft closes the clubface and decreasing opens it.  

I'm actually hitting my 910F 19* (with Bassara A flex shaft) with a lower trajectory and slightly farther than my Superfast 1.0 5-18.  I also have the shaft length at 41.5" so the Bassara A flex may actually be closer to regular. 

I also have a 910F 24* hybrid enroute (Bassara regular shaft - I use r flex on my hybrids and irons).  So with the exception of my driver, putter and 34H, the rest of my bag will be Titleist (910F 19*, 910H 24*, AP1 7-PW, SM c-c 50-08 and 54-14, and SM4 60-10).  910D2 12* is a strong possibility next year.  

 

 

C3 increases loft 3/4° and makes the lie angle 3/4° upright.  D3 is the same loft at C3, but the lie angle is 1.5° upright. 

Cathi, Titleist Club Concierge

C3 increases loft 3/4° and makes the lie angle 3/4° upright.  D3 is the same loft at C3, but the lie angle is 1.5° upright. 

Both my 910F 19* and 910H 24* are set at D3 with a shaft length of -1/2 from stock (I have Excel RF midsize grips).   The latter makes sense too because my 5H (as a rule) has been 39" with a lie angle of 60.5 and one thing I have been doing is banging it pretty solid.    I'm taking a wild guess that D3 has a neutral or slightly closed face given that A1 is 0.5 degrees open - what I was asking is how open or closed the face is for each loft.   The chart is pretty self explanatory.

My other question is on the color code of the weights.    I saw one with a green dot in a photo and the standard one appears to be a red dot.

Lou G

Cathi, Titleist Club Concierge

C3 increases loft 3/4° and makes the lie angle 3/4° upright.  D3 is the same loft at C3, but the lie angle is 1.5° upright. 

Both my 910F 19* and 910H 24* are set at D3 with a shaft length of -1/2 from stock (I have Excel RF midsize grips).   The latter makes sense too because my 5H (as a rule) has been 39" with a lie angle of 60.5 and one thing I have been doing is banging it pretty solid.    I'm taking a wild guess that D3 has a neutral or slightly closed face given that A1 is 0.5 degrees open - what I was asking is how open or closed the face is for each loft.   The chart is pretty self explanatory.

My other question is on the color code of the weights.    I saw one with a green dot in a photo and the standard one appears to be a red dot.

After further evaluation, B3 gives me a nice, clean hit and just a small amount of draw on the 910F (did the Sorrento Canyon Driving Range test yesterday morning and hit a bucket of 45 balls; this driving range has pretty thin mats) and C3 gives me a clean hit that is dead straight and effortless (was beating it around the neighborhood park Friday).  What I like about the 910 series is they give a nice, penetrating trajectory; my TM clubs had a rather high trajectory (still keeping the 27H because of the high ball flight and because it is a go to club).

I've finalized my 910F 19* and 910H 24* both at B3.   I get the most solid contact and a straight or slight draw ball flight (I also play the clubs 1/2" short of standard length).  I've actually retired my Superfast 27H - no sense carrying a club with only 1.5* loft difference.  I get a much more penetrating trajectory vs my TM clubs.

Lou G

I've finalized my 910F 19* and 910H 24* both at B3.   I get the most solid contact and a straight or slight draw ball flight (I also play the clubs 1/2" short of standard length).  I've actually retired my Superfast 27H - no sense carrying a club with only 1.5* loft difference.  I get a much more penetrating trajectory vs my TM clubs.

I also now have the 910H 27* and it also works best at B3 for me. 

 

I have 910F 19*, 910H 21 and 27*.  They are all now set at A1.  Swing gradually changed from what  I had used with TM to what I used with the 980F previously.

Lou G

I have 910F 19*, 910H 21 and 27*.  They are all now set at A1.  Swing gradually changed from what  I had used with TM to what I used with the 980F previously.

I found that somehow over a period of 2 months that my swing had been flattening and I had been losing some consistency and my bad shot tended to be a pull or a moon ball.  I have all 3 set at A3 (which is the TM lie angle).