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The Titleist 910D2 driver features a 460cc titanium head with a responsive, fast face insert that creates a 15% larger max-ball speed area for additional distance. Its innovative SureFit Tour dual-angle hosel allows for independent loft and lie adjustments, resulting in the ability to fine-tune ball flight for improved control and accuracy. The 910D2 driver has a low and deep center of gravity that produces a slightly higher launch angle and higher spin rates than the 910D3 model.

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Clubs in Value Condition have been played frequently. All clubs in Value Condition are in 100% playable condition, as all of the markings will be purely cosmetic blemishes, and in no way will affect performance. This is the perfect option for the player looking for more bang for the buck. Among the wear that you may see on clubs in Value Condition: Moderate face and sole wear; sky-marks, paint chips, paint blemishes, and scratches on the crown; dings and nicks on the crown and/or around the edges of the head; shaft wear.
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  • 460 cc Titanium head
  • SureFit Tour dual-angle hosel
  • Fast Face insert that creates 15% larger max-ball speed area


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Do you guys have a picture of one of these in value condition.
asked by Zech H. on 5/24/2017
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solid performer
By Faster1 on 5/11/2012
28 out of 32 people found this review helpful.

Very consistent launch and a "no gimmick" inspiring sound. Don't believe the "for experts only " label. I'm a 20 handicap (playing for only 5 years) with a 101 mph swing speed, and have owned a new driver each year for 4 years and this one is a keeper. Might be the last driver I'll ever buy. Keep you square drivers and white flash club heads, this is a no excuse stick.

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Best Titleist ever
By Randy Duby on 4/5/2011
24 out of 27 people found this review helpful.

Bought one of these when it first came out. I have been playing 10.5o of loft for about 5+ years. I have had the R580XD, R7TP, R7425TP, R7460TP, R9 TP and last years 909 D3. A very close friend is now a Titleist Rep and he talked me into trying this. He suggested the Kal'li stiff with 10.5o of loft. I set it at 1 degree open and plus 1/2 degree upright and absolutely love it. As another person that wrote a review said it is very solid and the sound matches. I still have the R9 TP and had them side by side at the range recently (45o outside) and the Titleist I think was a bit longer, definitely much easier to hit straight and in the center of the club. You owe it to yourself to check this one out. They got it right this time (the 909 was the biggest disappointment for me).

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By Steven on 5/19/2012
20 out of 20 people found this review helpful.

I am at a 4 handicap, play 4 times a week, and I play the Pro V1. This is easily the best drive I have ever hit period. I have hit all the new Taylormade, Nike, Callaway, and Bridgestone drivers. This one blows it out of the water. I had been playing an old Callaway FT-I from 4-5 years ago, and I have gained about 10-15 yards of distance off the tee. The other benefit of the 910 D2 is the type of adjustablity. They have managed to blend the sure-fit technology seamlessly into the hosel of the club and I don't notice it at all. Another reason the Titleist caught my attention was because of the stock shaft options. Since it is so easy to change a shaft in and out, I was able to look at all the stock shaft options and was given the Diamana 'ahina 72 after about 15 swings with each shaft. Keep in mind that I swing at about 110 mph and needed a shaft with minimal torque (The V2 shaft is also a great fit if you want to spend the extra money). The club is so easy to hit and adjust. I was set to the D-4 setting on the 8.5 degree head...which gives me almost a perfect launch angle. Bottom line is that Titleist nailed it. The look is amazing. The simplicity is even better. And you can't tell the difference after an adjustment when you look down at the club, which is a big part of the draw to me. This club will give you the confidence to cut that dogleg and the distance to put it 20-30 yards past your group. Take it from me, you're going to be amazed.

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THIS will lower your scores
By TheFonz on 3/21/2011
20 out of 21 people found this review helpful.

Before I even started testing with the Titleist 910D2, I was reasonably confident that it would prove to be a very solid offering for above average players. What really surprised us is how well my higher handicap friends were able to keep the ball in play with this club from a manufacturer who has a reputation for producing product almost exclusively for more accomplished players.

While I’m not suggesting that high handicap golfers should run right out and buy the Titleist 910, what I am saying is there is absolutely no reason (based on our tests) why higher handicap golfers should stay away from the Titleist 910D2 either. By every reasonable measure it performed admirably in our tests, and did so across a range of handicaps. If you are in the market for a new driver in 2011, and particularly so if you’re looking for an adjustable model, the Titleist 910 D2 is well worth the time it takes to demo the club.

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Titleist 910D2 9.5° UST Mamiya Proforce V2 Stiff 75g
By MDyer21 on 3/28/2011
15 out of 21 people found this review helpful.

I recently attended one of the first demo days of the season here in southern IN. This is really the only chance i have to hit several clubs before purchasing due to the fact that I am left handed and there isn't any extreme pro shops or retailers in my area. I had the rep set me up a 910D2 with a heavier stiff shaft and headed to the range. My first impression was that Titleist design a much better looking golf club this time around. Being that i am an average golfer and only 23 years old, i am into both how a club performs and looks while being played. The Black on Black really looks good at address and when i look at the bottom the only thing that cross my mind is how is Rickie Fowler going to customize his with OSU flair.

The SureFit system is in my opinion the best looking while at address (not to an eye sore like the Nike System) and simple to adjust and tune. While this system is going to cure the flaws in the golf swing of a HACK, it will help add shape and control trajectory of those with finer tuned swings.

The 910D2 feels extremely hot off the face (similiar to how the Rapture V2 & R7's of the old Days). Titleist has greatly improved on the sound/feel of the club over the previous 909 versions. To me the 909's feel like hit with a wooden club and the thud at impact didn't suit what i wanted from a driver. When I hit my R7 425 TP 9.5° with Graffaloy Epic Shaft she sings to me in that hit impact note that lets me know when i got the most out of impact and the 910D2 does exactly the same thing.

To go out and purchase a new driver without giving the Titleist 910D2 and the numerous shaft options available for fitting a try you would be doing yourself a disservice. This club is fairly easy to hit, solid, and deep. With the right shaft and setting the Titleist 910D2 will be hard to beat.

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