|Titleist 909 D3 Driver Review|
Thanks for taking the time to read my reviews, as I hope I can give you some insight and assistance on you future possible purchase of these clubs. Just for some background information so that you know what kind of golfer is testing these, here is my profile- I am 6 feet tall, 250 lbs; I have a 110 MPH club speed, and I have a steep downswing towards impact. I play blades for my own personal set, and I am a 5 handicap. I play standard loft, lie and length, with x-stiff shafts in all of my clubs. I am now using a Levitee Glove, and if you haven’t tried one of these then you re literally leaving easy strokes and consistency out of your game. So without further adieu, here are my thoughts on the Titleist 909 D3 Driver.
Looks- I love the looks of the Titleist 909 D3 driver. Looking down, it is the nice, small, tour-looking club head, and that is enough for me to say ok I need it. As with the majority of Titleist clubs, the 909 D3 driver keeps the classy look and design to go along with its mates. I would rate looks of the 909 D3 driver at a 10/10.
Feel/Playability- The feel of the Titleist 909 D3 driver is one that is tough to beat. The club head is weighted very nicely, and each swing I took felt to be very consistent. Just as with the 905 Series, the 909 D3 has a very thick face, meaning that if you are looking to expand the capabilities of your club by adding weight, then this is the club for you. I was swinging this club with a 195 gram shaft, and I’m pretty sure I didn’t hit one less than 310. The 909 D3 is definitely a club that will find its way into my bag. I rate the feel of it at a 9.5/10
Performance- If you were to ask me what can’t the 909 D3 driver do, I wouldn’t have an answer for you. I was obsessed with the low spin and knuckling flight that I was getting, because the ball was basically unaffected by the air. I was hitting any shape of shot I could dream of, and all of the distance I was getting was most definitely the longest of any driver I have ever hit. If you are a player looking for a lower launch angle and lower spin rate, get yourself into the Titleist 909 D3 driver with a heavy shaft in it. Performance is a 10/10
Overall- After testing this club, I have decided that I am going to bag it as soon as I can. I loved everything about it. The only suggestion that I have to prospective buyers is to invest in a heavier shaft in this club because that is where you will see the most promising distance and control. Overall this club gets an A+. HANDS DOWN
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