This produces noticeably less spin than the 909D2 and the compact head will appeal to more accomplished players. The Titleist 910D3 was easier to work the ball compared to most modern driver designs.
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Sporting the same SureFit Tour hosel as the D2, to adjust loft and lie independently, the Titleist 910D3 has a slightly smaller 445cc clubhead, with the emphasis on providing a penetrating launch angle and lower spin.
The Titlesit 910D3 is th best looking Titleist driver in years, this looks stunning at address. However, the adjustability options are more complicated than most.
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