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Same specs with new driver?

greg p

Some advice please... I need to replace a damaged 910 driver.  Can I assume that I will get the same/similar performance in a 913 by ordering it with the same specs (shaft and loft?)  I was fitted for the 910 and love everything about it.  I guess I'm trying to avoid adding the fitting expense onto the unexpected club replacement cost .

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  1. greg p

    greg p

    Some advice please... I need to replace a damaged 910 driver.  Can I assume that I will get the same/similar performance in a 913 by ordering it with the same specs (shaft and loft?)  I was fitted for the 910 and love everything about it.  I guess I'm trying to avoid adding the fitting expense onto the unexpected club replacement cost .

    Anyone?

  2. Cathi, Titleist Club Concierge

    Hi Greg,  If it was damaged due to manufacturing defect, it is still under Warranty.  Give us a call at Team Titleist 1-888-TITLEIST

  3. greg p

    Cathi,

    Thanks, but this one was operator error.  My bag tipped over and the club head caught on the side of a bench causing the shaft to crack.  I tried scotch taping it but that doesn't work too well.

    Just curious whether the 913 heads will perform the same using specs from my old club.  Thought about just reshafting what I have but, after hitting the 913, I'm in love.

    Thx

  4. Cathi, Titleist Club Concierge

    Bummer on your 910  ...       the 913 head should perform the same as far as specs - just better.  Less spin, more speed and forgiveness.

  5. greg p

    OK...just phoned in my order.

    Bummer?   Not necessarily...lol.

  6. larry m

    There are still a few 910s out there. Check your local pro shops.

  7. Loh SW B

    Dear katti

    i just bought a new Titlest 913 D2 with 9.5deg equip with a basara 50g HI Stiff shaft. Can u advise me what is the specification of the Basara 50g Hi shaft in terms of kickpoint and torque.  I am currently using a 46" Tour AD DI 5 stiff and I have very good results with it.  Question what would you recommend me to do as I am tempted to change it to a tour AD BB shaft. My swing speed is about 105mph and intend to launch the ball very high. 

    Thanks for your help in advance

    Bernard

  8. Carlo Angelo

    You'll be better off with the 913 Greg! Anyway, you still have the head and can interchange it with the shaft.

    Good luck and happy golfing.

    Carlo

  9. greg p

    Carlo, I agree.  I thought about simply reshafting with either a new or used.   BUT, after hitting the 913 I know I will be happier with it.

    I love the solid feel, sound, and the fact that the head is a little more forgiving on mishits.  I was disappointed when the accident happened but not so much anymore!

  10. Carlo Angelo

    Things happen for a reason, right?  Now the thought is if an "accident" will also happen to the fairways and hybrids... so you can get the 913F and 913H as well.

    Good luck.

    Carlo

  11. Cathi, Titleist Club Concierge

    Loh SW B

    Dear katti

    i just bought a new Titlest 913 D2 with 9.5deg equip with a basara 50g HI Stiff shaft. Can u advise me what is the specification of the Basara 50g Hi shaft in terms of kickpoint and torque.  I am currently using a 46" Tour AD DI 5 stiff and I have very good results with it.  Question what would you recommend me to do as I am tempted to change it to a tour AD BB shaft. My swing speed is about 105mph and intend to launch the ball very high. 

    Thanks for your help in advance

    Bernard

    Hi Bernard,  The Bassara W shaft is a low kickpoint (high launch) shaft with about 5.2° of torque.  It will kick the ball higher than the DI 5.  If you are using the DI 5 in a 910 driver, you can take that shaft out and put it into your 913 and try it out.  The BB should go slightly lower than the DI5.
  12. greg p

    Thanks.  I've got my eye on some Vokey's first.  But wedges don't stick far enough out of the bag to pull that same stunt.  I'll have to try something more creative. 

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