910 d2 damaged

I got my first Titleist 910 D2 LH driver about a month ago.  Got to say love this club.  However, I ran into a small issue playing a week ago where I noticed the shaft and OEM adapter have a small crack.  I tried taking it to the local store but was informed that I needed to reach out to get it fixed.  

Was wanting to find out from the community where I could get my club/shaft fixed.  I am wanting to possibly update it to a better (lighter weight shaft) as I feel the diamana S flex is great but I can't seem to generate the speed, mostly a medical issue with my knee to carry the ball the needed distance on my home course.

Any suggestions on a regular flex that is lighter than 55 grams? But have the same characteristics of the diamana shaft.

Pleas forgive me if i put this in the wrong spot as I don't normally post on the boards unless its really a big deal and I can't find the answers.  Thanks

Hi Brandon,  Your local golf shop or the shop where you purchased it can set up a Warranty inspection and repair and if it is a manufacturing defect, they will replace/repair it for you.  We have many shafts in the sub 55 gram range and they all have different characteristics.  The two that are stock (no upcharge) are the Bassara W and the Phenom 50.  The Bassara W will hit the ball higher than a Plus Blue 62, but the Phenom 50 will be about the same.  We would recommend talking to your local fitter and getting fit for the correct shaft.  Here is a list of the shafts that are available: 

http://media.titleist.com/images/titleist/pdfs/US/2013/2013_Custom_Options_Book_US/html/index.html

Look at a Bassara "W" series shaft in the correct weight category for your D2. I use Kai li's "S" and I love the Bassara A as well as
Brandon J

I got my first Titleist 910 D2 LH driver about a month ago.  Got to say love this club.  However, I ran into a small issue playing a week ago where I noticed the shaft and OEM adapter have a small crack.  I tried taking it to the local store but was informed that I needed to reach out to get it fixed.  

Was wanting to find out from the community where I could get my club/shaft fixed.  I am wanting to possibly update it to a better (lighter weight shaft) as I feel the diamana S flex is great but I can't seem to generate the speed, mostly a medical issue with my knee to carry the ball the needed distance on my home course.

Any suggestions on a regular flex that is lighter than 55 grams? But have the same characteristics of the diamana shaft.

Pleas forgive me if i put this in the wrong spot as I don't normally post on the boards unless its really a big deal and I can't find the answers.  Thanks

Brandon; I have the 910D2 also, and I'd suggest that you see an authorized Titleist fitter to find the shaft that's right for you. The shafts that Cathi mentioned are great shafts, and I have a Bassera 50 R flex  shaft, but I now have the 'ilima 61 A flex shaft (56gr.) in my 910D2, and it works much better for me, so if you see a fitter also try out the 'ilima 61 A flex.

Look at a Bassara "W" series shaft in the correct weight category for your D2. I use Kai li's "S" and I love the Bassara A as well as
Brandon J

I got my first Titleist 910 D2 LH driver about a month ago.  Got to say love this club.  However, I ran into a small issue playing a week ago where I noticed the shaft and OEM adapter have a small crack.  I tried taking it to the local store but was informed that I needed to reach out to get it fixed.  

Was wanting to find out from the community where I could get my club/shaft fixed.  I am wanting to possibly update it to a better (lighter weight shaft) as I feel the diamana S flex is great but I can't seem to generate the speed, mostly a medical issue with my knee to carry the ball the needed distance on my home course.

Any suggestions on a regular flex that is lighter than 55 grams? But have the same characteristics of the diamana shaft.

Pleas forgive me if i put this in the wrong spot as I don't normally post on the boards unless its really a big deal and I can't find the answers.  Thanks