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Srixon Z 565/Z 765

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Titleist 917 D2/D3

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The Verdict: Mizuno's boldest step in adjustability has—in theory—infinite settings. Besides an adjustable hosel, there are two weight chips that fit in three spots. You can address a slice or hook by putting weight in the heel or toe slots, but the real plus is the center-weight track that fits in one or both weights to tweak spin and launch angle. Furthermore, a sliding chip on the sole lets you dial in your preferred face angle at address. Dizzying perhaps, but the new face design forgives mis-hits, too.
Loft: One adjustable head (7.5-11.5)
Street Price: $500
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Ratings
  • 41
    performance
  • 4.51
    innovation
  • 41
    Look / Sound / Feel
  • 21
    demand
Player Comments
  • low-Handicapper
    The size and shape are confidence-inspiring at address.
  • mid-Handicapper
    I found it easy to find the center of the face.
  • mid-Handicapper
    The hardware on the bottom is a little like Frankenstein, but it didn't feel that way. Launched consistently high and every drive felt smashed. Felt like I was hitting high bullets off the face.
  • high-Handicapper
    The blue is calming. It gave me a swing mind-set instead of a hit mind-set.