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I've always appreciated Titleist's clubs, and found their drivers largely under-appreciated, so I was excited to give the new Titleist 910 D3 driver and 910 d2 a try.
They are not only the highest performing drivers in the history of the Titleist golf club franchise, but represent a true competitive advantage in driver performance and fitting. The ability to independently adjust loft and lie allows ball flight to be optimized both high and low, and for more fade or draw.
Titleist is introducing a 12-degree version of its Titleist 910 D2 driver, especially for golfers with moderate swing speeds. Titleist's US-based general manager Steve Pelisek explained that the new model was part of the company's determination to expand its brand beyond that of merely 'the serious golfer' with a high swing speed.
"It's no secret the Titleist brand is most popular with players with higher speeds," he told me "and taking the average statistics of avid golfers around the world, the player who buys Titleist is five years young than the average golfer, regardless of what market you're in.
"So their swing and ball speeds are higher. However, we do think we have an opportunity to reach deeper into the serious golfer market and one of the best opportunities is to communicate the fact that our product line is very playable."
The cheap golf clubs 910D3 was designed to promote a lower, boring, more penetrating ball flight, and is said to be more workable. It is an all-black driver and it looks great. The shaft, the hosel, the clubface, the crown - all black, all sleek. The crown is adorned with the long-time standard "triangle/bar" alignment aid. The face is devoid of grooves (or paint) in the center of the clubface but alignment lines (it's tough to call them grooves) towards the toe and heel are set in a high-contrast white.
The 910 series drivers do the exact same thing, though via the use of ultra-thin casting technology, which produces a thinner titanium crown. More simply put, it was unneeded due to an overlap in functionality and purpose.
Source from: http://www.salepricegolf.com/article-279-Titleist-Highest-Performing-Drivers%3A-910-D2--910-D3.html