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Titleist 915 D2 Driver Review

Titleist 915 D2 Driver Review

 

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Titleist 915D2 Driver Review

There has been a lot of buzz around the Titleist 915 D2 Driver. This driver is looking to add more distance through Higher Speed and Lower spin. This is achieved through the Active Recoil Channel, Titleist’s latest driver technology to help gain yards on your drives. With a wide array of premium shafts that are stock, this driver will be a welcome addition to anyone’s bag!

 

Technology (100/100)

Titleist 915D2 Driver

The Active Recoil Channel in the Titleist 915 D2 Driver

Titleist introduced some brand new Technology for the 915 D2 driver, none more important than the Active Recoil Channel. The wide sole channel delivers more distance by actively flexing at impact to launch the ball off the face with higher speed and lower spin. The Radial Speed Face is a high speed face insert with a thick center and thin perimeter towards the heel and toe which delivers most distance on off center shots. Reducing the thickness of the face allows for weight to be distributed towards the back of the club which provides added forgiveness. The 915 D2 carries over the SureFit Tour Hosel which allows up to 16 different loft and lie combinations that will produce the right ball flight for you. Titleist has offered a wide range of premium shafts for the 915 D2 that were normally an up charge in years past, but are now offered as stock. It comes in lofts of 7.5°, 8.5°, 9.5°, 10.5° and 12°.

Look (95/100)

The Titleist 915D2 Driver has very clean look at address with a nice classic black crown. There aren’t any decals on the top of the crown which I liked, as I find them to be distracting at times. I liked the fact that even though it is a 460cc driver, it didn’t look like it at address. It has the look of a driver that is forgiving but also a driver that you can work the golf ball with. On the bottom of the 915D2 it has all of the technological features, but none of them are an eyesore. Overall, I really liked the look of this club and felt confident hitting it.

Performance (100/100)

When it comes to performance, the 915 D2 Driver has everything you want from distance, accuracy, feel, and sound. Let’s start with distance. This was the first thing that grabbed my attention when I hit the 915 D2. It has incredible ball speed the face and it feels like the golf ball is in the air forever even on slight miss hits. The next attribute that I was very impressed with was the accuracy. My biggest problem with hitting a driver is that I am incredibly inconsistent. That all changed when I hit the 915 D2 as everything seemed to go in the same spot. The feel of this driver is a plus. Every drive I hit with it felt really solid, and some even felt so good that I couldn’t even tell that I hit a ball. Finally the sound of club is something that is a selling point. There are some drivers on the market that have a loud obnoxious sound to them that it can be distracting to the player hitting it. This is something you will not have to worry about with the 915 D2. It has a natural sound for driver and accentuates all of the other performance attributes of the club. Overall it doesn’t get much better from a performance standpoint than the Titleist 915 D2 Driver.

Final Thoughts (98/100)

There was a lot of excitement coming from Titleist about the 915 D2 driver and after hitting it I can see why. I was able to hit the ball as consistent as I’ve ever hit a driver with added distance. I honestly think this driver is built for every type of player no matter what their handicap is. Titleist always puts out fantastic product and I think that the 915 D2 driver is their best yet!

 


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