910 Still hits like a dream

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John L


So i played my first round of the year today. my group started off the back nine. so i pulled the big dog. 910D3 8.5 first swing turned out to be a Bomb. had to be 330-340. I had been toying with buying a 913 but its so hard to pull that trigger when i'm hitting this 910 so well. so i'm still on the fence. I know the 913 is a great club but for now my 910 is a beast.

cheer, greens and fairways.

simba

Norris


John; I know you've heard the old saying 1,000 times, and the way your hitting your 910, it still holds true. "if It Ain't Broke Don't Fix It" I'd give a small farm in Texas if I could hit my 910D2 330+ yds.   Keep the 910 !!!

Connor I.


That is great John! I have been thinking about buying the Titleist 913 driver and fairway woods but now I think I will take a look at the 910's.

james o


I'll second that....I wasn't bombing it 330, but my D3 was sure moving it down the fairway.  I have been thinking about picking up the 913 as well but might hold off since I've got some golf trips coming up and don't want to switch up equiptment.

Lou G


If it ain't broke don't fix it! 

I have an old 2007 HT Draw Driver that actually SMOKED 3 different 10.5 R11 drivers; bottom line is I find the center of the fairway quite regularly and it still feels quite good when I hit it.

 $400 not spent on a new driver = most of the cost of a nice Taylor GS Mini guitar.

I have a 910F 19*, 910H 27*, AP1 7-PW and 3 SM4 wedges.  These are keepers.   I also have a White Hot putter, Steelhead III 9 wood and a Louisville persimmon 34H and, unless they break, they stay (I had to retire a Louisville 10 wood because it developed a crack in the head after 3 years).  

 

John L


thanks for the reply's guys. I'm considering building a travel bag. In my line of work i tend to travel a lot and i don't want to get my gamers damaged or lost. I've been thinking about buying a 913 I've hit it when it first came out and i had the same numbers as my 910 did. So i know i wouldn't be disappointed in the 913 but like you guys said that's 400 i could put some where else. Still on the fence. I'm sure my friendly Titleist rep that's coming in April will help me with that decision. but i just wanted to share that story. while i believe the 913 is an awesome driver. the 910 was the best thing i had hit in five years and it will be hard to separate with it.

Cheers, greens and fairways to all

Simba

eboos


John L

So i played my first round of the year today. my group started off the back nine. so i pulled the big dog. 910D3 8.5 first swing turned out to be a Bomb. had to be 330-340. I had been toying with buying a 913 but its so hard to pull that trigger when i'm hitting this 910 so well. so i'm still on the fence. I know the 913 is a great club but for now my 910 is a beast.

cheer, greens and fairways.

simba

My longest drive ever was with a 8.5* 910 D3 and a RIP shaft. Great club. Hopefully my new driver arrives today.

Norris


John; If you do decide to pull that trigger for the 913, You may want to consider hanging on to your 910 for a while just to stay on the safe side.