913 d2 stock shaft help

913 d2 stock shaft help

I do not see my original message so I will repost it here.  I am looking to buy the 913 (d2 or d3) but would like some assistance on shaft selection.  I currently play the 905R 8.5 with a proforce v2 76 which I absolutely love.  I would like to find a shaft similar to the v2 76 because I like the heavier weight and the firm controlling feel of it.  I hit the ball fairly high, the only thing I would like to see is a bit more roll on the ball after carry.  I originally thought of getting the d2 but i do like the look of the d3 more.  Going with the d3, is the Phenom 70 or Diamana 72 suitable or should I look at getting a custom shaft?  Is it possible to notice the difference in torque going from 2.2 to 3.3?

Thanks!

I also hit the ball high. I have a 9.5 910D 3 with an ilima 61 r shaft set at D1.  I just got fitted for a 8.5 913D3 with the Bassara 55 r set at A1. This new combination is fantastic for me. My lanch angle is between 13.3 and 13.8 and my spin rate was below 3000.You must try it .

Your best bet would be to go get fit, but from your description and shaft choices mentioned, the Diamana D+ would offer the lowest ballflight from the stock shafts, and the torque difference would relate to "feel" of the shaft during the swing. The higher torque shaft would feel smoother, and possibly not boardy or too stiff. Hope this helps.

If I'm not mistaking, the bassara 55 is supposed to generate a higher ball flight. It's also much lighter than I prefer. If its available ill give it a shot however. If you don't mind me asking, what's your swing speed range and carry with your driver?

Thanks for the input.

I should probably get fit, I just don't know if all shafts would be available at the time. Just looking to get some ideas on ones to try.

thanks

matt k

I should probably get fit, I just don't know if all shafts would be available at the time. Just looking to get some ideas on ones to try.

thanks

Matt,

 I would  call the fitters you are considering and ask about their shaft selection. If you want to try a specific shaft that they dont have, I think the fitter can call Titleist and get that shaft. Hopefully someone from Titleist will confirm this.

 But definately call around and ask questions.

 Chris S