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I recently upgraded all the clubs in my bag - I had been long overdue (about 10 years). I really loved hitting the 913F at Titleist demo days, at added a 13.5 degree to the big purchase.
However, after only two rounds, I have noticed what seems to be a lot of face wear on the club. Since it has been so long since I have upgraded clubs, I just wonder - is this normal? I also purchased a 913D2 at the same time, and after roughly the same number of ball strikes, its face still has a smooth black matte finish. But the fairway wood seems to be showing lots of spots of bright silver metal instead of a smooth matte. Has anyone else noticed this with the 913F?
What you are seeing is considered normal for the finish on the faces of the new wood models. It may be more noticeable on the fairway wood, especially if you do use it to hit balls from the grass, more than a driver, where the ball is usually on a tee.