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910 D2- Loft adjustment

walterj1

I currently have a 10.5 degree 910. It is my understanding from the adjustment guide that i can adjust the loft up 1.5 degrees to a 12 degree loft or down .75 degrees to a 9.75 degree loft. I have a 90 day trial on the club and I am thinking of changing to a 9.5 degree and adjusting up .75 degrees to a 10.25 degree and also have the option to increase to 11 degrees or drop to 8.75. 

Am i reading the guide correctly. 

Thanks for any feedback on this subject.

Walter

11 Replies

  1. Mike D., Team Titleist Manager

    Hi Walterj1,

    You've got the numbers right. You can also create a custom 910 Performance Guide by visiting the following link and inputting the different club specs. After you select the model of the club, the loft and dexterity a chart with all of the details for the different settings will display and you can print a PDF to take with you. I hope this helps.

    http://www.titleist.com/golf-clubs/910-performance-matrix.aspx

  2. Mark L

    I have the D2 in the 9.5 degree and absolutely love it. I alternate between the 9.5 and 8.75 loft settings. It is important to note that the face angle does changes 1 degree for every 0.75 degrees change in loft. Decreasing loft will open the face angle and increasing loft will close it (e.g. 8.75 degree setting = 1.5 degree open face angle).
  3. walterj1

    Thanks for the clarification and custom performance guide link. love the options!

    Walter

  4. Lorin L

    I currently have a 9.5 RIP Stiff Shaft on a D3 head. Can I change the shaft to either a regular or senior shaft in the same head? If so, does this have to be done through Titleist or can I order the shaft and replace it myself?
  5. MARK M

    You can order replacement shafts through your Titleist dealer.  I too wanted to experiment with different shafts, and have both the RIP and Voodoo.  The shafts come installed with the SureFit adapter, so you can switch them out in a matter of seconds.

  6. jamil K

    Hi, I am new to the site and have a question. I play titleists irons and woods and am thinking about going to the 910D2 but now wonder if I need to. From what you have said what is the difference between opening or closing the face on address with my 907 d2 and making the adjustments available on the 910 d? Both give the same result from what you say.. Any thoughts would be welcome

    Thanks guys

  7. Jon P

    Mark L

    I have the D2 in the 9.5 degree and absolutely love it. I alternate between the 9.5 and 8.75 loft settings. It is important to note that the face angle does changes 1 degree for every 0.75 degrees change in loft. Decreasing loft will open the face angle and increasing loft will close it (e.g. 8.75 degree setting = 1.5 degree open face angle).

  8. Blake B

    Mark L

    I have the D2 in the 9.5 degree and absolutely love it. I alternate between the 9.5 and 8.75 loft settings. It is important to note that the face angle does changes 1 degree for every 0.75 degrees change in loft. Decreasing loft will open the face angle and increasing loft will close it (e.g. 8.75 degree setting = 1.5 degree open face angle).

    8.75, holy crap! 

    10.5 here.

  9. larry m

    That's an interesting guide for the 910. Thanks for showing it
  10. JP

    Just saw this comment and wanted to clarify for anyone looking into it, this is not accurate. Search the web for the 910 D2's settings in images (also attached). You'll see that the D-1 setting decreases loft by -0.75 without changing the lie angle.
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  11. mark m

    I recently lost my Driver shot off the tee. I found out my Driver head was cracked so I bought a new Titlelist 917D2 Driver. With the exception of a few hits Im having trouble hitting the shots still. Im hitting short, weak, low line drives. Im thinking its my balance thats all screwed up but Im totally lost at this point. Has anyone else ran into anything like this. Any advise would be greatly helpful.

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