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Titleist are not just the No.1 brand when it comes to golf balls. Over the last decade they have really moved forwards in golf club manufacturing and are now one of the leading manufactures globally for drivers, fairways, hybrids and irons. Infact Titleist Vokey wedges have the largest share in golf wedge sales worldwide and are streets ahead to its nearest competitor.
NEW Titleist 917 D2 and D3 Driver
A full 460cc pear profile. Offers more forgiveness, a slightly higher launch and more spin versus 917D3. This will help golfers if you feel your ball flight falls out the air a little too quick and you require slightly more spin to help with carry distance. Furthermore with it being 20cc larger it will be ever so slightly more forgiving.
- The 915 driver is still fully adjustable through the Titleist Sure Fit system. This allows you to select 16 loft and lie combinations giving you full control over your club setup. The new stock shafts offer all ability players a shaft and flex combination that will get the most out of your game. A full custom program is also available on these clubs. Each new driver is supplied with the special torque wrench to adjust your driver along with a hosel setting guide.
If you are looking for a driver that allows you to hit more fairways with incredible distance and forgiveness then the 915D2 model is for you. A 460cc head design provides both stability and player confidence. What’s so great about the 915D2 is that it delivers a slightly higher launch resulting in a club not just suited for the better player. Infant this driver can be enjoyed by all abilities.
- The more established player may prefer the 915D3 model. Still highly forgiving but a more compact 440cc deep face profile provides a slightly lower ball flight and lower spin.
If you are already a Titleist Driver fan and you are looking to upgrade the shaft, we have a compete range of Individual Driver and Fairway wood shafts for you to choose from, to help you get the most out of your favourite Driver.
Take a closer look at the New Titleist 917 D2 and D3 Drivers below, with full custom fit options to choose from and our range of Titleist Individual Driver shafts.
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New 917 Metals
Titleist 917 Surefit Shaft & CG Assembly
Sure Fit Hosel
- The SureFit hosel features a sleeve and ring, each with four settings. The sleeve settings are numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, and the ring settings are lettered A, B, C, D. There are 16 unique loft and lie angle combinations.
- Insert SureFit wrench into hosel screw and rotate counter clockwise until hosel becomes loose, move adjustment ring to desired setting, and tighten clockwise until you feel and hear the wrench “click”. If the screw feels like it is binding, stop and realign components.
SureFit Hosel Performance Fitting Guides
- Start in the standard position: A•1 (RH) or D•4 (LH).
- Move up or down in the grid to adjust trajectory.
- Move left or right in the grid to fine tune direction.
- +/- .75° denotes driver settings; +/- 1° denotes hybrid setting.
- *Loft = Effective Loft with a square face at impact.
- Weight Removal - Insert tip of SureFit Wrench into SureFit CG Weight end cap to remove installed weight. Rotate wrench counter clockwise until end cap is loose and can be removed by hand. Carefully remove end cap from head and set it aside in a secure area. Remove weight from driver head.
- Weight Installation - Once the SureFit CG Weight and end cap have been placed into the desired setting, insert weight by hand into weight port. Insert SureFit wrench into weight end cap. Rotate wrench clockwise until you feel the wrench “click”.
SureFit CG Weight Settings
- View + / • / - on tip end of weight. Arrows will help determine what side goes in first for desired result.
917 Metals are shipped with one additional SureFit CG Weight.
- If your 917 metal was shipped with the Neutral weight installed in the head, then you will have a loose Draw/Fade weight.
- If your 917 metal was shipped with the Draw/Fade weight installed in the head, then you will have a loose Neutral weight.
- Additional heavier and lighter weights sold separately. 917 driver and fairway weights are not interchangeable.