driver change

Hey i have a 910D2 driver and was wondering if it is worth it to change to a 913D3 ... Thanks For the Help !

As anyone would say, try it out first!!!  I also have the 910D2 and tried out the 913D2 when it came out.  The numbers on the launch monitor were better.  If I can only get to try it on the course, that will justify my decision.  

Look for the nearest fitter in your area.  And ask if you can get a chance to try and play with it.

And as long as you have the funds to buy it... I say, Go for it!!!  We all know that you won't go wrong.

Good luck

Carlo

I agree, make sure you are fit for the new driver and have a chance to try it out.  I put the 913 D3 (I tried both, but like the smaller head) in my bag late last year.  This is the first driver in a long time that I didn't have to get use to - it felt great.  The ball jumps off the club face - long and accurate.  Even when I didn't make a good swing the ball hit the fairway and without much loss of distance.  This is undoubtedly the best driver model ever from Titleist. 

Chris L.

Since the above posters have both said get fit, I will give you a different answer. 

Yes!! It's worth the change. I've had both 910s and my 913 D2 is much better. Most noticeably it is much better on mishits. 

I had the 910d2 9.5 as well and had no complaints. I went on to try out the 913d2. May avg distance was 265-275 with the 910d2.The problem was with me(which I already knew), I hit a high trajectory and when its windy i was in trouble controlling. I tried the 913d2 shaft stiff 65 and a 9.5 loft. I compared them both with a slight difference in distance and lower trajectory. Then, he fitted me with the 8.5 to its lowest loft setting and a heavier shaft 72...and wow what a difference. Not kidding , it consistently went farther at the much better preferred trajectory 20+ yds!! That was enough for me. Yes I wish I could have tested outdoors but I spent at least 1 hr 45 mins there and even used the same style ball I use. Hope this helps

I have had the 910 driver since it came out, and I could not really say there was any difference for me after hitting the new 913, even after getting fitt . I have a swing speed around 112-115. I have always been Titleist driver fan but I Don’t think I will keep the new 913.

Even on a launch monitor there was a very subtle difference in the two, not worth spending the $$$

Jason B

I have had the 910 driver since it came out, and I could not really say there was any difference for me after hitting the new 913, even after getting fitt . I have a swing speed around 112-115. I have always been Titleist driver fan but I Don’t think I will keep the new 913.

Even on a launch monitor there was a very subtle difference in the two, not worth spending the $$$

Hey Jason, 

Send it to me... I won't mind :)  That would be more justifiable for me to upgrade my driver. Thanks.

Happy Golfing.

Carlo

Agreed, I have had the 910D2 since the day it came out and felt like it didnt perform with my old 909, however I bought it off a shelf in a box store and took it to the course without proper fitting, so today I decided to trade... I went to the local shop, and hit my 910 driver on the launch monitor then the new PROPERLY FITTED 913, so here were the results and how far I was off...

910D2 9.5 RIP 60G Stiff- 17*launch angle, 2700 RPM Spin rate, with only 240 yds of carry,

913D2 8.5 Phenom Stiff- 13* launch angle, 1600 RPM Spin rate, 270 yds of carry,

Swing speeds were consistently between 102 - 106...  I only wish I had taken the time to be properly fitted 2 years ago when I bought the 910 and I might have stayed with it therefore saving me some $$$ in the long run...