Titleist 913 Drivers is more workable with no draw bias
Today’s design game is all about boosting ball speed across the clubface to help you hit it ****her and with more control. titleist’s fully loaded, adjustable 913 series drivers, for instance, have a “faster” forged titanium face than its 910 drivers—the thinner, “variable taper” face allows the perimeter to flex more (like a trampoline) for increased ball speeds.
Fourteen players put new 913 drivers into play the first week they were available at the PGA Tour's AT&T Classic in June. A month later, 26 players used 913 drivers at the PGA Championship. And those winning with the new 913 series include Rory McIlroy ( cheap 913 d3 driver) at the PGA Championship and Nick Watney at The Barclays. Among others using the driver are Steve Stricker, Tim Clark, Ben Crane, Bill Haas, Geoff Ogilvy, Gary Woodland and Kevin Na.
With the 913 series, fittings likely will focus more on your preferred head shape and how much forgiveness/workability you want. specifically, the cheap golf clubs for sale 913 D2 offers additional forgiveness with slightly more draw bias (2 to 3 yards), while the pear-shaped 913 D3 is more workable with no draw bias.
With the removable weight screwed down into the head, the 913 comes with a flat weight that lowers the center of gravity, which is a good thing, if you like higher speed and less spin, which equate to more distance. Forgiveness is one of the biggest changes compared to the 910 drivers. Shots from the heel and toe still produce impressive results. And Titleist’s SureFit Tour hosel is a brilliant way to fine tune your ball flight with the right guidance.
Not only do you get better distance across the two models, the 460cc D2 head now has the same launch conditions as the D3, with a slight draw bias being the only subtle difference. he 913 D2 driver face is slightly lighter than the Titleist 910 D2 Driver for sale and the weight has been redistributed to the bottom of the club. The 913 D2 driver is likely to prove the more popular of the two in terms of mass market appeal as its slightly deeper centre of gravity helps promote more of a draw than the D3.
Bezilla said. "The 913 D3 is more workable, a control-type product, while the cheap 913 d2 driver is more balanced, combining performance and forgiveness, but they launch and spin the ball very similarly." McGinley said that when the 913 drivers are released to consumers, different weights will be available for purchase so golfers can fine-tune the feel of the club. Titleist hasn't finalized exactly which weights will be sold, or what the stock shaft options will be.