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4 years ago
4 years ago
wow! no response by anyone? am i the only one that notices the air coming out of the driver head.
I don't see how air would be coming out of the club, it would need to be pressurized to do what you are saying, and of course if it were pressurized it wouldn't be for long.
So I'd say no one has seen what you are talking about.
I'd take the club back to where you bought it.
Are you playing in hot weather and cleaning in colder temps? Being hot for 4 hours followed by cooling down could result in pressure differences between inside and outside the club head.
Post a Video on youtube and then send us a link he he.
yes it is interesting that a Titleist rep has not responded.
I apologize for the late response. The club is not hermetically sealed around that weight screw and there is a chance water will seep through the cracks when washing it with soap and water. This will have no affect on the performance of the golf club, so if you start to get water leaking into the head of the driver, you can remove the screw and drain the head.
Feel free to contact Team Titleist if you feel there any further issues with your 910.
3 years ago
I noticed air bubbles coming from the back of the head of my 910 D3 when cleaning yesterday. The club is about 18 months old. It this a common fault? What is my best course of action?
Someon eplease advise.
If you are seeing the bubbles from an immersed head, you need to consider using a damp cloth only. If there is fair amount of dried dirt and/or grass, I'll one with a light amount of dishwasshing soap and one rinsed in clean warm water. AP1s, AP2s, and metals can all hold water if immersed.
Thanks Don O.
I may have been a bit unclear. Is is a 910 D3 445cc driver head.
I have been in touch with the shop I ordered it from and they are will to assess it for me.