Hows it going, I am a collegiate player and was wonderif I could order just shafts for the 910 if you buy a stock driver and do not like the shaft? I am goin to buy the new 910 D2 with the Diamana 'ahina 72X. I have never been a fan of proprietary shafts, they just don't feel that good, but from what I have heard these shafts are good so I will give them a shot. But I was wondering that if I don't like the feel of it, can I order a Proforce V2 or a Speeder from Titleist with the tip on it or if I would have to send the entire club back to Titleist for a new shaft.... Thanks again, Linc
Yes, you can order the V2 or Speeder shaft with a 910 tip without sending your club back to Titleist. You will be able to use your 910 wrench to remove the original shaft and install the new one. If you have a setting other than A1 (std), order your new shaft with that setting and it will come logo down at that setting.
Cathi @TeamTitleist 1-888-TITLEIST
Awesome. I was wondering if you could price a couple shafts for me;
Fujikura Motore Speeder VC 7.1
UST Mamiya ATTAS 70
Graphite Design Tour AD DI-7.
I just did exactly what you did- I am currently using 905T with proforce V2 and love it.. and I got the new 910 D3 with ahina x-stiff. I took the driver to the driving range and I was hitting it right and left. I didn't feel like the shaft was under control coming down from the top of my back swing. So I put the demo Proforce V2 stiff that they had at the driving range...
BAM- it was money. Stiff flex was a bit soft for my taste and swing speed but was much better than ahina, i was controlling the shaft and feel was much better. With ahina, I felt like the ball was coming too hot off the face for me to control the ball.
Anyway, I ordered proforce v2 x-stiff on A1 orientation from an online source. I actually got quotes from several different sources and they are all ranging around 129.99 ballpark. Some quote me much higher at around 150.
So I guess there's your price on it. Now that I think about it- it must have been much cheaper to custom order it from the beginning...
Yeah, I didn't end up going with the 'Ahina. I went with the Aldila RIP 70 Stiff, tipped a half inch. MUCH better shaft than the 'Ahina, More stable through the tip section and more consistent kick point. VERY stiff. I hit bombs with this thing. Where were you able to order a shaft with the Titleist tip on it???
I think any authorized titleist dealer/shop would order it for you. What happened to me was that I called some local pro shops and a few big corps. to see if it's possible, and they call their distributor to check on the possibility. If possible, they will get back to you with pricing and lead time. If you want to get specific website where I ordered it from, shoot me a msg and I'll let you know. I am a bit afraid naming the company here might be violating the rules of this discussion board ;)
Pricing differs depending on whether you order your driver with the shaft or order the shaft alone. Ordering the shaft alone is usually more expensive than ordering it in your driver. The MSRP for the shaft upcharge built in a 910 driver:
Speeder VC 7.1 - $250.00: Attas 70 - $200.00: GDI DI 7 - $200.00:
I was wondering what the costs are on the RIP 70 and RIP 80 stiff?
I have the 910 D2 9.5 with the RIP 60 right now, but I was wondering what the cost is on just the shafts.
If you order a RIP 70 or 80 (80 will not be available until January) built in the 910 head, there will be no upcharge for the shaft. If you are ordering a "shaft only", the MSRP will be $125.00.
Thank you very much for the info. Who do we contact to order them?
You can order a "shaft only" from any Titleist pro shop or retailer.
Hi Cathi. According to the custom shaft guide the RIP 60 is also available in a regular flex. Is this correct? If so is it available now or at a later date?
Hi Thomas -
The RIP 60 regular flex is currently available for special order.
Is it possible for shafts we already have to put the sure-fit attachment on to them? I have a Diamana 73x that I would love to use in a new 910 driver but not have to buy a while new shaft.
I take my post back actually. Just read some of the other threads and found out that you can have the sure-fit ring put on pre-existing shafts.