March 1, 2012 By Hunter G
Why is it that alot of tour players are listed as using the 906f fairway wood? what makes them use that over the newer equiptment
March 1, 2012 at 10:56am
i know that a lot of them stick to 3 woods that they are confortable with. I dont think it has to do with not wanting newer technology or equipment but its more of a comfort factor. They might like the look and feel of the older 3 wood vs. the new one.
all a matter of personal preference!
Hit them straight!!!
March 1, 2012 at 12:04pm
You are right Neil - several of the guys are just very comfortable with their fairways and want to stay with what works. In last weeks match play event, Titleist was tied for number 1 in fairway metals played. Some of those players playing the older models are playing a mix like Jason Dufner who plays a 910 13.5° and kept his 906 18° and Zach Johnson who plays a 910 15° and a 909 18.5°. The majority of our players have made the full switch to the 910 model.
March 1, 2012 at 12:26pm
Thanks. When rory said he switched what did he switch to the 910 or the 906 they didnt really say
March 31, 2012 at 11:44pm
The 906 just has a simple, compact, classic look and feel to it that makes it so hard to make a switch. Once they find something they like... they stick with it.
Haven't registered for Team Titleist yet?