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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 121
the GEAR SERIOUS DISTANCE TITLEIST 915D2 AND 915D3 DRIVERS E very golfer yearns for more distance from the tee. Titleist’s new 915 drivers – the 915D2 and 915D3 – promise to deliver that distance for all serious golfers no matter what their swing speed. The secret behind this distance gain is a new design aspect of the 915 drivers range – the ‘Active Recoil Channel’, or ARC. This long, wide and deep sole channel behind the clubface, actively flexes at impact and recoils to launch the ball off the face with higher speed and lower spin. Working in combination with ARC is the ‘Radial Speed Face insert, which increases ball speed on off-centre hits for more distance and more consistent speeds across the clubface. The 915D2 and 915D3 drivers have been engineered with a precise, high moment of inertia design with a low and deep centre of gravity location that delivers stability and forgiveness by preserving off-centre ball speed for more distance, more often. The 915D2 driver is a 460cc full-pear shaped clubhead designed for maximum forgiveness and has a slight draw bias. The 915D3 features a 440cc pear shape that is forgiving and workable, and offers 250rpm less spin than the 915D2 for a lower trajectory. OTG Available Lofts: 915D2 (7.5o, 8.5o, 9.5o, 10.5o and 12o); 915D3 is (7.5o, 8.5o, 9.5o, and 10.5o). 7.5o lofts are right hand only. Available November 17; SRP $599 SEE HOW TITLEIST'S 'ARC' WORKS HERE. View the Image Gallery
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