Video: Australian Open Champ Geoff Ogilvy on Getting Dialed In with New Titleist 910 Driver

Earlier this year, Titleist Brand Ambassador Geoff Ogilvy stopped by Titleist's Oceanside Test Facility to test the new Titleist 910 driver.

"It took me one hit to start looking for my version to put in the bag," said Ogilvy.

Last weekend, Geoff ran away with his first Australian Open victory, becoming the 16th player across the worldwide professional tours to win using the new Titleist 910 driver. The 910 prototypes first appeared at the PGA Tour's AT&T National in late June.

Ogilvy, who first put his 910 driver into play at the Open Championship at St. Andrews, plays a Titleist 910D3 8.5 model with an Aldila RIP 80 shaft and his SureFit Tour (SFT) hosel in the A•3 setting (+1.5 more loft, +1.5 upright).

Geoff sat down with Team Titleist recently to talk about his new 910 driver, the fitting process at Oceanside and getting dialed in to his A•3 setting. Check out the videos below to hear what he had to say.

Ogilvy on first impressions, SureFit Tour hosel technology:

2010 Ogilvy 910 Part1.flv

Ogilvy on 910 driver fitting process, getting dialed in to A•3 setting:

2010 Ogilvy 910 Part2.flv


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9 Replies

  1. eagle3

    I just replaced my driver earlier this past seaon  before Titleist came out with the 910, but am definitely going to attend a demo day and try this new Titleist driver. Just listening to Jeff's description plus what I heard from others is why I may be switching. I believe that Titleist is,and always will be the leader in Golf equipment. I can attest to that as I bought a new set of AP2s this late summer and they are just great

  2. Deno

    Great videos.  Nice to hear and see it from the pros point of view


  3. Robert Sellman

    Always great to see Geoff playing so well and hear his thoughts about the 910 drivers. One of the real thinkers on the tour. Loving my new 910 D2 and slowly getting into experimentation with different settings. Wondered whether Scotty Cameron might be thinking of adding the SureFit Tour technology to his putters? Being able to interchange weights on the Scottys is great, but because putting is so personal and everyone is a different size, it would be terrific to experiment with slight variations in lie and loft to get the perfect roll. Better than sending it back to the factory and hoping the changes work out.

  4. Robert Sellman

    Fabulous new driver choices.  I can't wait to hit a few balls with the 910 D3 with a few different shafts.

  5. Robert Sellman

    Well I am a retired guy, with limited funds, looks like 96 times will be the final number on play this year.  I miss the sun.  Scott, the local pro at Legends is a big Titelist guy here at Legends of Indiana... Have always been a Calloway guy on woods, but maybe there is a way for me to try the 910 out this coming year.  I really like G. Ovy style.  Calm and confident.

    Merry Christmas.

  6. Robert Sellman

    Good day

    For what handicap level is the new 460 cc Titleist 910 D2 driver levelled at?



  7. chris r

    I got my 910 D2 and it is an absolute rocket, it feels so solid not hollow like I have felt in other models.Got the Rip in it with settings of B2 cannot wait until I can get my 910 f2, but not until Feb.  Tooooo long and the 910 h

  8. Josh

    Great video.  Can't wait to see more of the guys explaining their fitting.

  9. Greg T

    Congrats on the win Geoff, swing looks great! I've ordered my 910 D3 8.5 with the X-Flex UST ProForce shaft and I'm looking forward to replacing my 909 too!