910F (15 deg)

Features 155cc head and available in 13.5-, 15-, 17- and 19-degree models for right and left-handers.
Claims medium trajectory, straighter ball flight and medium to low spin.


As I've mentioned before, until the arrival of the Titleist 910 D2 adjustable driver, I'd felt this brand's clubs were a little out of my league. Though I'm a serious golfer, I felt Titleist equipment was aimed at 'the better player' and my handicap is just outside single figures, I didn't feel I belonged to their target audience category.

However, the Titleist fitter, having seen my consistency with my warm-up irons and how I hit the Titleist 910D2 driver - straight but with a low trajectory - set to work finding the right combination of head and shaft to give me the higher, low spin trajectory I crave in a 3-wood.

Fitted with the softer-tipped 71-gram Lite ('Ilima Red) shaft and the head adjusted to the A1 setting, the 15-degree 910F immediately gave me both the height and penetration I was looking for - and even in cold, frosty conditions it carried 170 yards and ran out to just under 200.

Both fairway metals will be available in late December 2010.


So far, from a brief range experience, my first impression is that this club will fill the distance gap between driver and hybrid I need, while delivering the feel and accuracy to put the ball in the fairway off the tee and give me a higher straighter flight off the fairway.

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