Posted 27 September – I think it’s fairly forgiving compared to my previous R7 TP Driver, and I can still control the ball flight like I wasn’t able to do with my R7 unless I tinkered with the weights. Only conclusion was they match the competition and need to all be tried in a controlled environment. Please sign in to comment. I recommend this to any mid to low handicapper. Like the initial launch angle – it is the spin that is killing me so I am looking for suggestions. July 05, at
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I just don’t want something that balloons on me Have always heard that Titleist Drivers are not forgiving at all. Just trying to see what you guys think about shaft changes that may be appropriate – or is it simply a matter of the head spins to such a degree that to put a shaft in there to bring spin down in a meaningful way will also bring launch down to a level that is not good and I am just trading one problem for another.
The new HD line is great but you’ll lose some launch angle. Southern California Ebay ID: Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers.
Titleist D Comp Driver
If you’re looking for real value for money from a driver that will last you years and will not depreciate, the Titleist D2 is the club for you if price isn’t the sole factor in club choice For months I suffered using other cheaper drivers, but once I mastered using this driver, my game is now truly set for mid to lower handicaps. Enough with the hype, by far one of the best Titleist drivers ever Before you all hit me with the “get a lesson” response – while I know I could use one – I just came from a big demo event at the PGA Superstore – and was able to hit the new Cobra ZL driver – it has the stock Voodoo and a Posted 25 September – Dispersion is not bad – could always be a little tighter.
Advertise with us Privacy Terms. June 22, at Only conclusion was they match the competition and need to all be tried in a controlled environment. June 21, at I think it’s fairly forgiving compared to my previous R7 TP Driver, and I can still control the ball flight like I wasn’t able to do with my R7 unless I tinkered with the weights.
The real-deal XCon 5 is incredibly long, but I think it really wants a smooth swing. As far as launch, are you saying that it has a high launch? The DComp isn’t hard to reshaft, BTW – the guy just need to take care not to damage the carbon-titanium joint. Thus, choose the D2.
Titleist 909 D Comps
I’m now averaging – yard drives in at least 14 – 15 fairways in every round on proper championship courses I play. I love this driver Does the shaft have TM writing near the grip?
I bought a virtually new D2 driver at my local pro shop at a bargain after trying out 3 other new driver model versions. I went down to the Callaway golf demo day and tried out a few variants of the FT, but none of them were as consistent, como, smooth and relaxing as the Titleist D2. The feel and sounds at impact is excellent and for a better players driver they are reasonably forgiving, although if you put a bad swing on one coml will notice the difference.
With stock staff both drove clubs domp much the same. Average Launch is 14 degrees – so I am pretty happy with that number actually.