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2 years ago
I'am looking for a 910D3 driver used on internet but i try to get a real one... I didn't find a complete information on this point : is there automatically a serial number etched into the head (always on the same place?) or it depends on the country or other reasons ?
I am asking you about this because some 910D3 got it and others no. What is the exactly rules used on this type club and moreover for France, to garantee their authenticity?
Thanks for your interest on my request.
From my experience all of the 913 drivers here in the USA have serial numbers etched into them on the hosel. Titleist suppiled shafts also have a tag with a serial number on them just below the grip.
I would say that if these are missing, the club or shaft may not be genuine.
S/n should be on the hosel just below the adjuster slot. If you have a Titleist set of irons, the s/n is on the hosel of the 6 iron. All my other Titleist's have had s/n's