910 Drivers in Play at CVS Caremark Charity Classic

Team Titleist was on the ground at the CVS Caremark Charity Classic today at Rhode Island Country Club in Barrington, R.I., where five Titleist Brand Ambassadors are gaming the new Titleist 910 drivers for the first time: Rickie Fowler, Davis Love III, Brett Quigley, Bill Haas and tournament co-host Brad Faxon.

Like all high performance Titleist-branded golf clubs, the new 910 drivers will not be introduced to the marketplace until they have been thoroughly player tested at Titleist's state-of-the art Oceanside Test Facility. Further, they must be successfully seeded and performance-validated with the world’s most discerning and influential golfers – a process that began this week at the AT&T National on the PGA Tour and here at the CVS Caremark Charity Classic. (After today's final round, Fowler, Love and Quigley were heading to the AT&T.)

Most of the fans hanging out behind the driving range this morning at the CVS gathered behind Fowler as he practiced with his new 910 (see the video below), which yesterday he used to fly the green at the 363-yard downhill par-4 4th hole.

After the round, Fowler told Team Titleist the 910 was "in the bag" for AT&T.

Click the image below to take a closer look at Rickie's new 910.

Video: Fowler practices with his new 910 on the driving range.


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20 Replies

  1. Robert Sellman

    cant wait getting mine on the weekend in now using a 909d3 getting a 910d2

  2. Robert Sellman

    Beautiful swing Rickie, love to be like you man, i just order my own titleist 910 D2 :) nice clubs hey, i hit mine sweet, catch yah on fox sports soon mate :) bye, Dillon

  3. Robert Sellman

    Lovely sound on it, pre-ordered the D3 driver:)

  4. chris l

    I think for the end user its nice to have a non adjustable option.  I mean call me a traditionalist but i think its just better in the end.  You dont have to fiddle with extra tools or have to worry about things falling off.  Its good for manufacturers cuz i bet it sells more stuff from people losing the wrenches and makes it easier to lose parts like even the shaft and head. I do however think the weighting in the back part of the head should stay since it makes it easier to customize swing weighting.  I hope its a little easier to make accessible to retailers like myself to change swingweight for customers.  I hope the d comp d2 d3 format stays since its nice to have the small deep head.  It really helps those who really need the low ball low spin club.

  5. Alex Y

    Right now im playing the 909 d2 with a diamana whiteboard shaft and would love to have a new 910 with the adjustable head option.

  6. Chase D

    Trying to find a new titleist driver I wounder if I should wait for the 910D2 or just go ahead and get a 909D2?

  7. Robert Sellman

    this club will be 7.5 degree loft, the loft will also be adjustable at the neck and you can also open the club face or close it. will have the same technology used by cobra and will hace an improved face insert.

  8. Team Titleist

    All future information about the new 910 metals will be released through Team Titleist.  Make sure you are signed up as a member:  www.titleist.com/teamtitleist

  9. dallas w

    Ryan R,

    Fowler is playing a custom Diamana Whiteboard 73X.

  10. Matt K

    So cool. Any chance they'll be available around my birthday (September 25)? That would be, uh, perfect.

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