I think the best move would be to find a pro who has the Titleist cart, and try a few different shafts. Just replaced the grip and it was a dream again to play it my longest drive was at yards and the driver feel so good to hit it again. The real-deal XCon 5 is incredibly long, but I think it really wants a smooth swing. Have always heard that Titleist Drivers are not forgiving at all. June 22, at Enough with the hype, by far one of the best Titleist drivers ever
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As I understand it, the 5. I recommend this to any mid to low handicapper.
Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list. Posted 30 October – All 3 models are excellent coomp in our view this is one of the best new drivers in the market this year, so get along to a Titleist supplier and try one out. F6M2 might be the best of all worlds and spins less but it’s just a little outside your budget.
Titleist D Comp – Club Builders/Those in “the know” – WRX Club Techs – GolfWRX
With stock staff both drove clubs petty much the same. If you are looking for launch this is the driver to go for. The current shaft as the title indicates is the Titleist version of the xCon 5 in a Regular flex.
Each head has different spin and launch characteristics and you need to combine these with the correct shaft top get the best model for you. You could also try a different head, say the D2, as the DComp head may also be contributing.
June 21, at I’m now averaging – yard drives in at least 14 – 15 fairways in every round on proper championship courses I play. It also depends on the swing speed.
If you want a sweet, professional sound, confident re-assuring shot every time you tee off – this club delivers. The club head is a July 05, at Posted 26 September – Does anyone know how forgiving the D-Comp Driver is???
Spin is my enemy – I am spinning it around rpms. I just don’t want something that balloons on me Prefer lighter shafts – has to be no more than mid 60 gram type shaft.
My swing speed with a driver is around the high 90’s on a good day and I still got the DComp because of the flexibility I have with the club.
909D-Comp Driver: How forgiving?
Posted 27 September – I just feel like a driver should co,p the work FOR you, and not the other way around. You are currently viewing the forum as a guest which does not give you access to all the great features at GolfWRX such as viewing all the images, interacting with members, access to all forums and eligiblility to win free giveaways. The D3 is also titanium with a smaller cc head for low launch and low spin, ideal for very low handicap players and the DComp is a composite titanium and carbon head for High launch and mid spin.
Write a Review Rate This Product: The new HD line is great but you’ll lose some launch angle.
Titleist 909 D Comps
XCon 6 is probably more versatile. 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. 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, 9909d, smooth and relaxing as the Titleist D2.