Titleist's new generation of metal woods

Arrival of 910 F, 910Fd and 910 hybrdids

Titleist's new generation of metal woods

Titleist today reveals the second stage of its adjustable-head technology for metal woods with the introduction of two styles of 910 fairway metal and a 910 hybrid.

The Titleist 910F fairway metal (£210) with its 155cc head is aimed at encouraging serious amateur golfers, some of whom may have been attracted to the Titleist 910 D2 and 910D3 drivers launched in October but have yet to experience Titleist's metal wood range.

The makers claim the club, available in 13.5-, 15-, 17- and 19-degree models for right and left-handers, delivers medium trajectory, a straighter ball flight and medium to low spin.

Available in 13.5 and 15-degree lofts for right and left-handers, is the Titleist 910 Fd fairway wood (£210) with a slightly larger 180cc head for those who find the driver harder to handle and are looking for something more forgiving and accurate off the tee.

It generates a mid-low trajectory and low spin for boring, more penetrating ball flight.

Target market for the Titleist 910H hybrid (£192) is aimed at those golfers looking to replace their longer irons with a more forgiving 'rescue-style' club, which delivers a slightly tighter dispersion than the 910 fairway metals with a medium launch, straight ball flight and lower spin. Loft options for both right and left-handers are 17, 19, 21 and 24 degrees.

As I found when I had my own fitting, each of the new clubheads can be fitting with a selection of stock shafts of different weights and flexes especially created for this range of metals -Titleist Diamana ‘ahina (White) 82, Titleist Diamana Kai’li (Blue) 75 and Titleist Diamana ‘ilima (Red) 71.

The Titleist 910F and 910Fd fairways and the Titleist 910H hybrids will be available laster this month.

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