Reply. Juice July 4, 2014 at 12:55 am. Yup still has the look, feel, and performance of the 975J stick to golf balls titleist! Reply. Bill June 24, 2014 at 10:37 am . I do agree that a quality putter for $200 – $300 is essential for your golf game but a driver for $400 – $500 that retains a high resale value second hand and stays on the market for two years such as the Titleist 915 and Ping G30 will do. Makes the price irrelevant because a driver that keeps you in contention on
The Review. If you're reading this review, then you probably have at least one Titleist golf club in your bag — and if you don't you probably did in the past. .. I think Barney Adams penned an article here a while ago where the gist of it was, the only shot that counts when trying a new club is the second swing. Something .. If it gets me 4 more yards, with no difference in dispersion, but sounds like that, I'll stick with hitting a slightly harder 9 iron into the greens. Numbers
"Second, stick to that golf ball for the season. For casual rounds and tournament rounds. On the practice green before a round. Even if you're just hitting pitches in your backyard." Titleist's green-to-tee ball fitting methodology is
Do you rely on your fairway wood as a second driver off the tee? If so, the lower-spinning 915Fd is likely your best The slew of available lofts and Titleist's wide-ranging SureFit Tour Hosel also make it easy for golfers to get the loft, face angle and lie setting they need to play their best. The 915F ($299) is available in lofts of 13.5, 15, . I think part of the reason, besides Titleist has kinda always just stick to their roots. I find a small portion of my like for their product,
Titleist: Buy or Sell? Post image for Titleist: Buy or Sell? It looks like one of golf's few remaining privately held companies is about to cross over to the dark side. As was reported by Reuters yesterday, Acushnet (parent company to both When you've got an iPhone and a lacrosse stick, what do you need with golf? .. Second: I earned advanced degrees in engineering and worked in large corporate research and development for the past 40 years (I still consult).
in fairway woods and hybrids. Golfers tend to contact the ball below the sweet spot with those clubs as well as with the driver, and what slots can do is allow the lower portion of the clubface to flex more on shots hit below the center of the face, creating ball speeds that are more similar to those produced on center strikes. . Reply. Jack Jul 16, 2014 at 11:52 pm. From the look of the paint line on the crown, it looks like Titleist is sticking their easy-chip technology.
I had some pro shop credit at a couple of golf courses from tournament winnings earlier in the year and decided to spend it on as many different high quality golf balls that I could get my hands on. It wasn't a large sum of money and it had to . TaylorMade Lethal and the Titleist Pro V1X. I went out on the back nine of Riverside and alternated which one I hit first (so as to not have a bias towards the second shot) and played with the idea of wanting to score well in mind.
kate June 16, 2014 at 12:14 pm. Titleist has a great stable of golf balls but the average player has generally kept away from their drivers and irons because they just had a look and reputation of being only for the really good players. So I believe they need to get more If I had not talked with some of the pros in the shop, I would have never thought of a 913 D2 as a forgiving driver, let alone one with the second highest MOI. My previous experience with Titleist drivers was never good!
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