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Very sad weekend for me. Went to a local city championship tournament (with different flights) hitting few balls and getting warmed up, ended up hitting the 913 D2 driver head on the pillar that was on the left side. i don't know if it's because i'm tall (6'4") but i couldn't believe they set up their range that way where you damage your driver. I was so mad, sad, disappointed, disturbed and rattled that ended up with terrible round and missed the cut. The ding on the driver didn't seemed like it was affecting the performance but that incident definitely affect my swing throughout the tournament.
i have few questions to team titleist.
1. Would i be able to repair this dent? If it's possible, where can i take it to?
2. Would it affect the performance of the driver?
3. Would this dent make my driver a non-conforming driver now?
4. Can i just buy the head from somewhere?
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I don't think you can repair the head, and messing with trying to remove the dent might become more of an issue than a solution
I had a dent on my 983K way back when, and it never affected ball flight, club performance or anything. On the exact spot you have yours, and the exact same way you did yours
This I do not know about, but don't think so. it's like chipping a wedge or club in my opinion, comes with the game.
There are plenty of places to buy the head only, you could also check the golfwrx forums for folks selling the heads, some straight from the tour van with beautifully hot melted faces.
Sorry to hear about your driver :(
I had a similar thing happen to one of my three woods a number of years ago. I loved the way I hit the club so I kept it in the bag long after the incident had occurred. The mark was on the side/bottom and did not impact the performace of the club or did not impact my visual of the club at address so, other than when I pulled it out of the bag and looked on the bottom, no problem.
That's a tough break. The dent cannot be repaired in a practical manner. Performance will not be affected. It is still conforming. Like Paul said, heads are available on the aftermarket but stick to reputable places and sellers like he cited if you go that route. Titleist may offer you a prorated rehead where you send in your driver to them. They are not obligated to do this but may as a customer relations courtesy. Perhaps one of the Club Concierges will post to you shortly. Best of luck.