In the market of all the discount golf clubs
manufacturers, the competition can not be avoid for each top brand's boss. Therefore, when Taylormade has something similar available for the last few years, Titleist seems to be catching up, that is the their new 445cc 910 D3 Driver
that Titleist brings the Tour van experience to your fingertips.
The Titleist 910 D3 Driver
is with the SureFit system which has two mechanisms for changing how the shaft sits in the head, the sleeve at the end of the hosel and a separate ring that sits between the sleeve and the head. The result is that you can finally change the lie and the loft independently for 16 different combinations. This means that not only can you get Tour van like fitting but you now have the freedom to change the loft angle without enforcing a draw or a fade. If the ground is wet, you might want more carry so you can add 1.5 degrees more loft. If the wind is up, you might want a lower more boring flight and remove 0.75 degrees loft. So your 9.5 degree can become an 11 degree or an 8.75 degree driver depending on the conditions. The changes can also vary the spin levels by almost 1000 rpm. The now ever present torque wrench allows you to quickly change these setting and what ever you are looking for, you can make the change without having the alter the face angle.
To be frank, Titleist has a winner with the 910 D3
that is with great feel, responsiveness, and some pretty cool technology, it's a driver than should definitely be on your list if you're in the market for a new driver. Similarly, they have some pretty good shaft offerings that you'll want to take advantage of.