915 Driver Warrenty

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By Dylan R

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  1. Dylan R

    Dylan R
    Ottawa, ON

    Hey so today when I was practicing I dropped my 915 driver (which I purchased three and a half years ago) and I dented the toe part of my crown. I'm not sure whether to buy a new driver (either the 917 or the G400), keep using the dented driver, or try to see about getting it replaced/fixed. Any help would be much appreciated.

  2. Don O

    Don O
    Madison, WI

    There really isn't an option to fix dents. If it doesn't affect your ball striking, you can keep using it as long as you can bear it. Even if it was still under warranty, that only covers manufacturing defects. BTW, Speedy posted elsewhere in golf clubs that he was blown away by the TS-2 someone somehow has in their possession. Before you jump on the png, the TS models will be going to fitters in about 8-10 weeks. Apparently Kevin Na also applied "wowza" to describe the TS driver as well.
  3. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    Don O said:

    There really isn't an option to fix dents. If it doesn't affect your ball striking, you can keep using it as long as you can bear it. Even if it was still under warranty, that only covers manufacturing defects. BTW, Speedy posted elsewhere in golf clubs that he was blown away by the TS-2 someone somehow has in their possession. Before you jump on the png, the TS models will be going to fitters in about 8-10 weeks. Apparently Kevin Na also applied "wowza" to describe the TS driver as well.

    Don, might want to double check but everything i am seeing says Kevin Na is no longer using one of our drivers. He still has the ball contract and FootJoy but is playing around with some different clubs. Let me know if you find something different.
  4. AntD

    AntD
    Hampshire, UK

    Dylan,

    Ouch!!!

    If you can keep it in play... 915 reviews suggest it's a better driver than 917 (although I love mine having not tried 915) and then wait for TS, or perhaps pick up a 917 head once prices drop later this year.

    Alternatively look for a 2nd hand 915 and swap the shaft!

    Ant

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