Titleist 915 F and 915 F.d

New Titleist drivers, fairways and hybrids feature brand new Active Recoil Channel

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Wed, 1 Oct 2014

Key features

  • ARC (Active Recoil Channel)
  • Ultra Thin High Strength Face
  • High MOI Design
  • SureFit Tour Hosel

ARC is all about promoting lower spin and more speed. With this Active Recoil Channel in place, Titleist is able to achieve more consistent spin and speed across the face. It's deep, long and forward positioned to maximise effectiveness. This more forward ARC position in the fairway woods helps control the spin.

Exclusive Interview: Titleist product manager talks 915

“The new 915 fairways and hybrids, just like our new 915 drivers, really exemplify our R&D team’s design strategy of ‘distance with forgiveness’, ” said Steve Pelisek, General Manager, Titleist Golf Clubs.

“And from our player testing on tour and with amateurs, we know that these products are longer, more consistent and more playable than ever.”

Watch: How Active Recoil Channel works

A high strength Carpenter Steel face is uniformly thin - Titleist's thinnest ever at 2.0mm constant thickness vs. 913 (2.1 to 2.4mm tapered thickness) - delivers an increased ball speed.

The 915F features a high MOI design with a larger, more confidence inspiring profile, while 915F·d is a smaller, compact, workable 3-metal.

Titleist's SureFit Tour Hosel represents industry leading adjustability with independent loft and lie adjustments to help the golfer fine-tune his or her game.

RRP £220 (available from November 14)

Click this link to learn about the Titleist 915 H



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