November 26, 2012 By Angel S
I'm planning on purchasing the new 913d3 driver, what should i expect when going through the "fitting" process .
i don't want to spend the money on a driver that does not fit me.
November 26, 2012 at 1:14pm
When you go through the fitting process, you should expect to work with a certified TItleist Club Fitter. They will have you hit a handful of drivers analyzing your ball flight and making changes to the club (model, loft, length, setting, and shaft) to find the driver that will give you the optimal ball flight and total distance. This can be done on a range or with a launch monitor.
Here are a couple Titleist Club Fitters near you:
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3174 S BRENTWOOD BLVDSAINT LOUIS, MO 63119 (21.1 miles)314-781-7775
1 NORWOOD HLLS CNTRY CLB DRSAINT LOUIS, MO 63121-1550 (16.9 miles)314-521-4802
Let us know if you have any questions setting these fittings up.
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