The 915 series fairway forest and hybrids both are available in two models and provide most of the same engineering characteristics from the 915 motorists: the Active Recoil Funnel, 16-setting SureFit Tour hosel so that as thin of the face as Titleist could put in these clubs.
The green forest are available in F and Fd models, using the Fd getting a 15cc smaller sized mind and less loft options. The Fd, such as the D3 driver, launches lower and spins less and will be offering more workability for any better player. Neither are draw-biased.
The hybrids specified for differently, however. H model is bigger, but doesn’t have offset — well suited for the gamer who sweeps the turf and uses hybrids like a substitute for fairway forest. The Hd is smaller sized, but slightly offset, and aimed toward the gamer who digs within the turf using their swing.
The green forest (MSRP: $299) and hybrids (MSRP: $269) debut within 24 hours because the driver.
Titleist 913 Fairway V 915 Fairway, how do they compare?
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