Friday, March 9, 2012

Titleist Golf Equipment

The latest Titleist Golf equipment is one of the top golf major manufacturers and there equipment also remains a very high standard, here are the latest 915 D2 , D3 and D4 Titleist Drivers, 915F and Fd Fairway woods, 915H and Hd hybrids. Here is the Titleist 716 irons, which are due for release in late 2015.

Titleist 716 Irons

There will be 5 models of 716 irons to choose from, there will be the AP1, AP2, CB, MB and T-MB  and they are due for release in late 2015.

The biggest was the addition of a new T-MB iron. The 716 T-MB has what appears to be a tungsten weight that runs along the entire sole and the lower portion of the muscle pad. With the weight placed low and back, the additional weight boosts forgiveness and feel within the iron.

Tungsten could also play a big part in the design of AP1, AP2 and CB. All three irons have the word "Tungsten" stamped on the toe portion of the head.

Titleist's 716 AP2 is forged and has the word Tungsten on the 5 through 7 irons only, along with a re-designed cavity and the tungsten accounts for approximately 20% of the head weight, Adding weight in the heel and toe of the head increased the MOI in the long and short irons without increasing the blade length.

Titleist 915 D4

The 915D4 is due for release in mid June 2015, it has a slightly more forward center of gravity compared to the 915D3 driver and more crown curvature for a slightly rounder appearance at address. It measures 450 cubic centimeters, 10 cc larger than the 915D3. All the other features like the Titleist’s Active Recoil Channel, Radial Speed Face and SureFit Adjustable Hose appear the same.

The 915D4’s slightly more forward  center of gravity makes it roughly 300 rpm lower spinning than Titleist’s 915D3 (440cc) and 915D2 (460cc) drivers,  this feature reduces the spin by as much as 250-300 rpm. However, it has a lower moment of inertia (MOI) than those drivers, which makes it less consistent on mishits. But the potential for more distance is there for golfers who want a lower-spinning Titleist driver.

The Titleist 915D4 will be available in 8.5, 9.5 and 10.5 degree models, it has a 16 setting adjustable hosel system that allows you to change the loft and lie angle.

It is only available through the Titleist “Made Only to Order” , so make sure you order your Titleist 915 D4 right here.

                                Titleist 915 D2 vs D3 Drivers

915D2 vs. 915D3: The 915D2 and 915D3 models are designed to provide distinct performance differences, particularly in spin and flight, for greater fitting flexibility.

The 915D2 driver features a larger (460cc), full pear profile for maximum distance and forgiveness. 915D2 produces a higher peak trajectory with 250rpm more spin than 915D3.

The 915D2 profile has been slightly elongated to help maintain inertia and a deep CG, resulting in increased stability with more dynamic face closure for a slight draw bias.

Workable and forgiving, the 915D3 offers a smaller (440cc) deep face pear profile that delivers distance with trajectory control. A result of tour feedback, the 915D3 has a 3mm deeper face than the prior generation, and delivers 250rpm less spin than 915D2. 915D3 produces a lower flight with no draw bias for tour-inspired workability.

915D2 is available in 7.5º, 8.5º, 9.5º, 10.5º and 12º lofts. 915D3 is available in 7.5º, 8.5º, 9.5º, and 10.5º. (7.5º lofts are RH only.)

TOUR-PROVEN STOCK SHAFT MATRIX: The 915’s high-performance stock shaft matrix features five new aftermarket options from the most played driver shaft families on the PGA Tour to fit a wide range of players and swing speeds.

The stock lineup includes the Aldila Rogue Black 70 (mid-launch) and Aldila Rogue Silver 60 (lower-mid launch); and the Mitsubishi Diamana D+ White 70 (low launch), Mitsubishi Diamana D+ Blue 60 (mid launch), and Mitsubishi Diamana D+ Red 50 (high launch).

The SureFit Tour hosel features a sleeve and ring, each with four settings. The sleeve settings are numbered 1, 2, 3, 4 and the ring settings are lettered A, B, C, D. In total there are 16 settings, each creating a unique loft and lie combination.

Titleist 915 Fairway Woods

TITLEIST 915F and 915Fd

  • 915F (175 cc): Up to 3.5 mph faster than its predecessor. The 915F averaged 200 rpm less spin and 3 yards more carry distance than the 913F in Titleist testing. It launches slightly higher and is slightly higher spinning than the smaller, more workable 915Fd.
  • 915Fd (160 cc): Up to 3.2 mph faster than its predecessor. The 915Fd averaged 150 rpm less spin and 3 yards more carry distance than the 913Fd in Titleist testing. It launches slightly lower with slightly less spin than the 913F.
    The 915 fairway woods ($269) come stock with five different shaft options:
    • Aldila Rogue Black 80
    • Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana D+ White 80
    • Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana S+ Blue 70
    • Mitsubishi Diamana M+ Red 60
    915F Lofts: 13.5, 15, 16.5, 18, 21 (RH and LH)
    915Fd Lofts: 13, 15 (RH and LH)
    The stock length for lofts of 13.5, 15 and 16.5 degrees is 43 inches, the stock length of the 18-degree is 42.5 inches and the stock length for the 21-degree is 42 inches.

    Now available in 18 degree, but this is only available in the Made Only to Order, so Click Here to order a Titleist 915 Fd 18 degree.

    TITLEIST 915H AND 915Hd

    The 915 line of hybrids (915H and 915H.d) includes Titleist's ARC in the sole that boosts ball speeds across the entire face while also lowering spin.

  • 915H (118cc): Up to 4 mph faster than its predecessor. The 915H averaged 250 rpm less spin than the 913H and carried about 6 yards farther on average in Titleist testing.
  • 915Hd (107cc): Up to 3.3 mph faster than its predecessor. The 915Hd averaged 150 rpm less spin than the 913Hd and carried about 6 yards farther on average in Titleist testing.

  • Compared to the 915Hd, the 915 H will launch about 0.7-degrees higher with about 120 rpm more spin.
    The 915 hybrids ($249) are available with four stock shafts:
    • Aldila Rogue Black 80
    • Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana D+ White 80
    • Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana S+ Blue 70
    • Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana M+ Red 60
    915H Lofts: 18, 21, 24, 27 (RH and LH)
    915Hd Lofts: 17.5, 20.5, 23.5 (RH and LH)

                                         Titleist 714 AP1 and AP2 Irons

    Titleist new versions of the AP1 and AP2 sets as clubs that are about distance with control: Not just propelling the ball far, but the correct distance, and with a soft landing.

                                       Titleist 714 CB and MB Irons 

    The "CB" and "MB" in the names of these 714 Series irons from Titleist stand for "cavityback" and "muscleback." These are traditional forged blades, the MB with a full muscleback and the CB with a shallow cavity. These are clubs for low-handicappers who want trajectory control and workabilit



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