Titleist 910H hybrid

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A review of the Titleist 910H hybrid

Titleist 910H
Golf Monthly Verdict

While there aren’t huge differences in performance when you adjust the head it is a huge benefit that you can set the Titlesit 910H face to sit as you like at address. Confident players will find they can easily shape the ball on demand.

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The Titlesit 910H features Titleist's SureFit Tour Hosel, so loft and lie and be adjusted independently of each other.

A rare adjustable hybrid works particularly well to find the right look at address. Like the 910 fairway wood, this will not help those struggling with their long game.

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