Exclusive details on the new Titleist 910 drivers, fairways and hybrids

Please let me know about fitting in Kansas City, MO area when available. I am in the market for fairway and hybrid products. I'll look at the Driver; however the R9 is on fire right now. Just picked up my NEW Titleist Lightweight Staff Bag today and it's WICKED!

Thank you, Ben

I have seen a lot of information about the new 910 line. My question is what are they going to cost? I love titleist clubs but their new driver usually costs about $100 more than the competitor. Which is hard to look past when buying new clubs.

ANY IDEA WHEN THE 910'S WILL BE AVAILABLE IN THE NEW ENGLAND TO DEMO AS OUR SEASON IS COMING TO AN END SOON ?

How will I be able to be fitted w/ the SureFit system?  Will Titleist rep's be touring around and doing fittings, or will I have to go to a local retailer like Watts to be fitted (and trust them to know what they are doing)? 

Jay Anderson

 

Why was the driver designated "910" when all previous drivers had odd numbers?

Will the 910 FD be less forgiving than the 910F as the 909F3 is less forgiving than the 909F2?

I would guess that there might be a problem with using "911" for this series of drivers. I don't know just a thought........

Stephen B

You aren't offering the 7.5 ???  Come on now.   Titleist is the players' club.  Should offer the player all options.  

If you think you need a 7.5 loft and your not on the tour, i would suggest having someone fit you for a driver.  I am a certified by titleist fitting works and in all the fittings i've done, i have yet to see anyone who needs or should use a 7.5.  Just wanted to lend a little support.  That is most likely why they are not offering a 7.5 loft.

Jay A

How will I be able to be fitted w/ the SureFit system?  Will Titleist rep's be touring around and doing fittings, or will I have to go to a local retailer like Watts to be fitted (and trust them to know what they are doing)? 

Jay Anderson

 

 

If you go to a retailer such as Watts or Golfsmith where they have the ability to do fittings with launch monitors, be sure to ask for a rep who is certified by Titleist Fitting Works.  You will know if any of their reps are certified by titleist fitting works in the first place, if they have a titleist fitting cart in the store.  They don't let retailers or anyone have access to a titleist fitting cart unless at least 2 people in the store are certified by titleist.  I talked to our rep recently and he is going to be training us on how to use the surefit system for the new 910's.  He told me the system if very user friendly.  In essence it's a chart that the fitters will use your shot dynamics (swing speed, launch angle, back spin, side spin) and find your settings for the adjustments on the chart based on your shot dynamics. 

More than likely any fitter can do it but just to be sure, remember to look for someone who is certified by Titleist Fitting Works.  Titleist is the only company that gives retail club fitters specialized training on fitting their companies products and actually requires it in order for a retailer to receive a fitting cart.

If you already have a shaft, are the sleeves going to be made available? 

Do you anticipate additional variation in future models, especially with regard to lie?

Specifically my AP1 irons are all 2 degrees flat, but the new drivers and fairways can currently only be made .75 degrees flat.

Will future models allow for more than .75 degreesd flat?

Todd T

If you already have a shaft, are the sleeves going to be made available? 

I have been told that they will not sell them without the shaft.

Team Titleist

As promised, we're coming to Team Titleist members first with a closer look at the Titleist 910 drivers, along with club specs and shaft options for all of the 910 series.  A special announcement will be sent via email soon.

In describing the 910 series you say "serious golfers".  I'm a serious golfer, but a 13 handicap & 77 years old, play 5 times a week, hit drives to 200 yards.  ls the 910 series too good for me?  Is it primarily for low-handicapers & guys who hit 240+ drives?

No one is offering info on where to get fit? Tour van? Qualified fitters?  Someone posted about golfsmith! I think thats nonsense, if I wanted a high school kid, so called specially trained, to fit me I wouldn't be paying for top of the line equipment.  Can someone, particularly from Titleist staff, please comment on when there will be custom fitting available??

Again, there are many questions for fitting? The titleist website is obviously pushing for this.  Why are there states that have no advanced fitters? Why pay top dollar for a club that's supposed to be fit specifically to one's swing if we can't access a legitimate fitter? Please don't reply with golfsmith or watts option, insulting.