Released February, 2011
The Pros:Will produce above average length. More advanced golfers should be able to work the ball in both directions. Accurate- well struck shots will go where you want it.
The Cons:You can probably find a more forgiving hybrid on the market.
The Titleist 910H is a mid-cost hybrid golf club. Titleist promotes the 2011 910H as offering improvements in flight, fit, looks, feel and sound over previous models. The head of this club has been completely redesigned in order to promote higher launch with less spin.
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This design helps with control and consistency. This head is able to perform in a variety of conditions. Another new feature of the 910H from previous models is the SureFit Tour dual-angle hosel technology. This technology allows you to make precise, independent loft and lie adjustments, which promotes better flight with more control. The full profile and square toe of this club help with alignment, so that you can shoot with confidence. The Tour Velvet 360° grip of the 910H contributes to a consistent feel. There are size and shaft options available for the Titleist 910H hybrid golf club.
- Size options
- Shaft options
- Redesigned head
- SureFit Tour dual-angle hosel technology
- Flighted performance
- Full profile
- Square toe
- Color: Black
- Tour Velvet 360° grip
- 17º - 57.75º lie, 41" length, .5º open face
- 19º - 58º lie, 40.5" length, .5º open face
- 21º - 58.5º lie, 40" length, .5º open face
- 24º - 59º lie, 39.5" length, .5º open face
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- Titleist Tour Velvet 360° Rubber - Round core, .580" size
User Reviews (1)
Will produce above average length
More advanced golfers should be able to work the ball in both directions
Accurate- well struck shots will go where you want it
Gets the ball out of thicker rough and fairway bunkers well
Dark finish is visually appealing
You can probably find a more forgiving hybrid on the market
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