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Titleist 915D2/D3

Our Review:

The 915’s classic shape masks sophisticated technology. It starts with the obvious, though. The wide, deep and long channel running across the sole enhances the flexing of the face in a uniform way, allowing the crown and sole to give simultaneously at impact. That consistent flexing also allows shots to launch with less spin. Less obvious is the way its lightweight, variably thick face yields better perimeter weighting for a more stable head. Extra weight deep in the sole and toe means less-than-perfect hits end up flying closer to perfect. With two head styles and its 16-way adjustable hosel that tweaks lie angle and loft independently, it’s the most accommodating Titleist driver ever.
Price: $450
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Ratings
Performance

45%*

Innovation

30%*

Look / Sound / Feel

20%*

Demand

5%*

* Percentage of total score

Player Comments
Low-Handicapper
More on the workable side than the raw distance side. But not lacking in performance.
Mid-Handicapper
A lively sound off the face. Interesting that I hit longer shots with a driver shorter in shaft length.
High-Handicapper
This exudes elegance. Like walking into one of the classiest bars you’ve been to. And it makes you feel like you belong. Maybe a little louder than what you think of as Titleist, but a mellow, piercing ball flight.