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Love the 'ahina shaft!
Best combination I have ever played. Even with a SS in excess of 115 mph, it's still straight as an arrow, crisp sounding and has a delightful feel to it. Plays very well off the tee aswell. Based on these parameters, I went and got the 910 D3 with the Diamana D+ and the 5 hybrid with 'ahina 90 - all 3 are stiff flex.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
Back in the Titleist fold
I was a Titleist man for many years and was lured away by the adjustability of the Taylormade R9. From there I got caught up in the R11 hype. I finally sold the R11 to buy the 910 D3. No regrets. The sound is better imho it looks better at set up and the adjustability is easy and results are immediate. Mine has the ahina 72 gram stiff shaft. Low spin bullets. It's the right mix of traditional looks and modern forgiveness. It will be a while before I switch again and I've played Callaway, Cleveland and Ping drivers too
Stop long approach shots dead on the green
I have the 910 driver and also the 910 15º Fd fairway wood. I needed more elevation from my 210 yd club and the 19º hybrid wasn't getting enough air under it. This new fwy wood has solved the problem nicely and provides better stopping ability on fast greens. It has a dead solid feel and is easy to hit from the rough. When it is windy I can use the hybrid, and when it is hot with little wind, the 5 wd is just the ticket. It gets the ball up in the air easily and fosters confidence. It is also a very attractive piece of golf equipment.
Titleist 910 F Fairway Metal
I am an avid golfer and an equipment junkie. I've tried almost every brand club on the market with the exception of a few name brands. I also study the specifications and read about any and all new equipment that comes out. I have been a Titleist 910D2 driver and just recently purchased the matching fairway wood as a backup for my Cleveland Launcher, that I could really hit consistently and pretty far. The Titlesit kind of blew me away. I hit three wood off many par 4's and par 5's tee box for strategic positioning and this new Tileist fairway is giving me aboout 15 extra yards off the tee as well as from the fairway. It's also a dream to hit, easy to connect and feels great when you catch it in the screws. I highly recommend this club for the golfer that takes this game seriously!!!Read full review
It's a Titleist. What more needs to be said?
Excellent fairway wood for better players. Love the smaller head of all the 910Fs, but I chose the 19* to complement my 909F 3W. I like my 909, but this 910 5W is much easier to hit off of tight fairway lies, more consistently. I actually adjusted the loft so it is a little hotter---closer to a 4W loft. This club gives me confidence when I stand over the ball with it in my hands. Love the black face. And the feel and sound from good sweetspot contact is exhilerating. You feel like a pro when you hit this thing squarely. Got fit for the shaft before buying, but bought one with a different shaft 'cause the price was very attractive from a reputable retailer on Ebay and I was planning to put a high-end custom shaft in it anyway. So, changed the shaft out (which is simple once the Titleist adapter has been installed on the shaft) to something well-suited to my swing, then easily and quickly sold the original new shaft it came with, with the Titleist adapter already on it, It was still new and considered a great shaft itself. I play all Titleist clubs. I am a 6 handicap and play 3-4 days per week and practice 2 or 3 others every week. I know, if it's a Titleist, it's a top shelf, well made and engineered piece of golf equipment with which I can't go wrong.Read full review