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We have called the 913 D2 "draw biased" because of th CG location, not because of face angle (.5 open) or extra weighting in the heel. The 913 D2 is less draw biased than the 910D2 because the CG is more forward in the head, but it is more draw biased than the 913 D3 because it's CG is further back than the D3.
The further back in the head the CG is located, the more draw biased, forgiving and stable the clubhead. I hope that makes sense. It is draw biased in the sense that you will be able to turn the clubhead over easier than with the D3 model. Give us a call at 1-888-TITLEIST and we would be happy to discuss it and/or recommend a fitter in your area.
Thank you, Cathi. That is very helpful info and cleared up my misconception about the face angle.
Everything you described sounds a lot like my game, including the misses out on the toe. That is very helpful and I appreciate you taking the time. I do want to try the RIP 70, but the one they had in the fitting cart was damaged and would not "click" into a clubhead. The only one I tried was a 60.
Thanks again for your thoughts!Nick