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Question regarding D913 Driver settings.
Was fit for C-1 setting, my question if I wanted to add more draw bias by going to C-2 will my effective loft change? By going to C-2 I have made the lie more upright hence changing my loft due to closing the face?
If all this is true what effect will this have on spin since I added loft. As noted my C-1 setting is perfect spin and launch, however for days I struggle and lose the ball right I may want to try a C-2 or D-2.
Going from C-1 to C-2 or even D-2 will not effect the loft. You will still be in a -.75* loft (from standard), but will be moving the club in more of an upright lie angle to help promote a more right to left ball flight. This change will have no effect on the face angle.
i just bought a 913 d3 and the setting is C-1 can you tell me what this means? also where can i find a chart for settings so i know what i can set this club to.
thanks so much look forward to hitting my new driver!!!
Hi Tony, C1 is .75° less loft and .75° flatter lie angle. Here is the link to the performance guide that you can print out.