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3 years ago
3 years ago
I realized that the 913 Performance Fitting Chart has changed from the 910 Chart in one aspect - the dividing line between draw and fade has been moved toward the right (for the right-handed chart). So, in other words, the standard A1 setting, which used to be described as slightly fade biased, is now slightly draw biased.
Is this the result of more draw bias built into the club heads, or from fitting experience since the 910 chart was published.
Hi Gregory, There is actually less draw bias in the 913 D2 over the 910 D2 and both the 913 D3 and the 910 D3 do not have any draw bias. The change in the chart was just to simplify it.
I can't find the link to download the performance fitting chart for the 913 series both Driver and F and H.... please help. Thanks.
Here you go: http://www.titleist.com/golf-clubs/913-performance-guide/