Titleist 913 Driver Review

Titleist 913 Driver Review

The 913 Is Put Through Its Paces

PG’s Club Fitter Jack Symons takes a look at the new Titleist 913 Driver. Available to use during a driver fitting consulation now, with D2 and D3 models in 7.5, 8.5, 9.5, 10.5 and 12 degree lofts.

 

We got the new range of Titleist 913 drivers delivered yesterday. First thing to note is the extensive range of loft options in the demo heads, ranging from 7.5 to 12 and everything in between. The heads look super, very Titleist, not overly different from the 910 range visually if we are being honest. I don’t ever praise new equipment unless the praise is justified, and these heads are extremely good. What I felt from the 913 range is a much more solid feel, much like the older 905 model. However it was the stability of the heads which impressed me. Very little twisting through impact, the flight was very strong and stable.

 The difference between the two heads is significant too. The numbers are below:

Clearly the D3 head is better suited to me, with stronger spin, the ball speed and total yardage was up considerably. That doesn’t mean it will be the best for everyone, the D2 will give a very good profile for people who need to keep the spin up more.

The real key is to ensure you use the correct head, with correct loft. Then find a shaft which is the right weght/length/flex and bend profile and you will have a fantastic performing driver. I have used the same driver for 6 years now, but the D3 might just have won a place in the bag!

NB – testing was done with 9.5 degree heads, with the same shaft. The two worst and best single drives were taken out to gain a fair average.

 

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