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2 years ago
2 years ago
I currently have the 910-D2 driver with the diamada K'ali 65 mid stiff shaft. I am wanting to buy the 13.5 - 3 wood and was wanting to know if I should order the same shaft in it as the driver. I love the shaft in the driver and was fitted by Titleist.
Although you can use the exact same shaft in your fairway (tipped for a fairway), we often use a slightly heavier version in the fairways due to the length and loft. The fairway version of your shaft woul be the Kai'li 75.
Perfect. I thought so as all I seem to find are the 75 gram. I'll go with it then but stay with the stiff and mid blue K'ali shaft.
Thanks for the quick response. I have to talk to Santa now.
I have had the R9 TM 15 degree stiff three wood for sometime. I love my 910 D2 driver so much I am wanting to change the three wood. I am a three handicap. I was wondering whether I should go with the 910F or the Fd and should I stay with the 15 degree loft, or go with the 13.5 since it can be adjusted. I will take your recommendations on the 75 gram K'ali shaft. I love it in my driver.
The Fd will go lower and is bigger headed. It depends on your ball flight with fairway woods. If you want to lower your ball flight and spin on your fairway, go with the Fd otherwise, the F will be fine.
I'm in a similar boat as you. I was fitted to the 910D3 with the aldila RIP 60 alpha, but my 15* 910F has the kai'li stiff (not fitted). I'd really like to try an RIP, the results were so dramatic with the driver.