Titleist 915F, 915H fairways and hybrids

Some images of the new Titleist 915 fairway woods and hybrids

Titleist 915F fairway wood
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Some images of Titleist's new 915 fairway woods and hybrids - the Titleist 915F and F.d and the 915H and H.d

Below, you'll find images of Titleist's new 915 fairway woods and hybrids - the Titleist 915F and F.d and the 915H and H.d.

They contain many of the technological advancements that are present in the new 915 drivers, including an Active Recoil Channel (ARC), which provides low spin and more speed accross the face.

There are two fairway woods and two hybrids in Titleist's new offering - the standard 915F and D, and the 'F.d' and 'H.d' models, which offer less spin.

All four 915 fairways and hybrids feature an ultra-thin, high-strength face that is less than 2.1mm thick - some 0.3mm thinner than 913 woods - to deliver increased distance through higher ball speeds.

Below, you can see some images of the new clubs.

Titleist 915F fairway woods:

915F driver

In the 915F fairways, the ARC is placed more forward. This reduces spin and deliveres increased distance.

Titleist 915F

Titleist's 915 fairways and hybrids employ an ultra-thin, high-strength face that is less than 2.1mm thick, helping to boost ball speeds.


The Titleist 915F delivers 1.5mph more ball speed off the tee and 2.4mph off the turf, as compared to the 913F

Titleist 915F.d fairway wood

The Titleist 915F.d and 915H.d models are designed to offer slightly less spin

Titleist 915H hybrids:


In the 915H hybrids, the ARC is slightly further back to maintain spin for extra control

Titleist 915H hybrid

Golfers can adjust loft and lie on both the 915 fairway wood and hybrid through the SureFit Tour hosel

Titleist 915H.d

The 915F and 915F.d will retail at £220, while the 915H and H.d will set you back £205. They are available to purchase now.

Click here for complete information on the new Titleist 915 fairways and hybrids

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