Both the Titleist 910F and 910F.d fairway woods feature a SureFit Tour hosel that allows independent loft and lie adjustments. These affect the height of the flight and shot shape. The 910F.d has a larger head and deeper face for added confidence and improved forgiveness. The compact 910F is more versatile.
The Titleist 910F and 910F.d fairway woods will suit players wanting a fairway wood for use from the tee and turf and/or confident ball-strikers.
Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana Aahina 82 for Titleist (s), Kai’li 75 for Titleist (r, s), Precision Project X Tour Issue X-8C4 (6.0)
13.5°, 15° (both) 17°, 19° (910F only)
Two great-looking clubs, both designed for players who are confident when it comes to fairway woods. As you might expect the adjustability does not have a huge effect compared to the 910 drivers, but there are subtle differences in both height and shot shape that make it worthwhile. The standard 910F was noticeably more playable from the fairway and semi-rough. These fairway woods provide plenty of workability. The 910F is a particularly impressive all-round performer. Forgiveness is not the main attribute here, even for the larger 910. The adjustability is not designed to correct major faults. PGA Pro verdict Loved it! As easy to use as the driver, which is not always the case with a lot of manufactures. The shape is great and the club sat really well. Also in keeping with the driver, it’s visual look and finish seemed very inviting and playable at address. The 910F.d was again excellent and produced a more penetrating ball flight, while the larger head was great from the tee. It’s in the bag! (John Jacobs)