Titleist 910 D2 Driver Review

The new Titleist 910 D2 Driver delivers competitive improvements that build upon Titleist’s unique legacy. The most notable addition to the Titleist 910 D2 is an adjustable hosel.

Titleist has seemed to respond to Taylormade’s adjustable features with a special hosel of their own. Titleist’s new Sure-Fit ™ dual angle hosel allows players to adjust the loft and lie of their driver on the fly. This can be useful to correct an unwanted ball flight or it can be used to produce a completely different ball flight with basically no changes to your swing.


I have always been a fan of the pear-shaped head of Titleist drivers. The D2 still has that same shape with a new all black finish. Aesthetics are becoming increasingly important to players and Titlest has addressed the demand. It is definitely pretty to look at.

Titleist 910 D2 Driver Performance

The maximum distance sweet spot has been increased by 15% with the addition of a fast face insert. It is intended to increase ball speed and optimize the launch and spin rates to create a powerful ball flight.

The feel of the new D2 is in line with Titleist’s history of producing a solid feel. There are a few clubs on the market that resemble an aluminum bat at times. The new Titleist D2 is not one of them.

Titleist has strategically positioned a weight on the bottom of the driver, in line with the sweet spot. This gives the club a low center of gravity and it helps the club head maintain stability through impact. The new D2 has a bit of a higher launch than the D3. This is likely a result of that weight on the bottom.

I was happy to see Titleist offering a variety of shaft choices direct from the factory. The RIP 60 is one of Alidila’s new noteworthy shafts, and it comes stock on the D2 if you so choose.

The Titleist 910 D2 also comes with any of the following shafts:

  • Project X Tour Issue X-7C3
  • Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana ‘ahina 72
  • Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana Kai’li 65
  • Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana ‘ilima

My personal choice, and probably the choice of most low handicappers will be the Project X Tour Issue X-7C3 or Mitsubishis Rayon Diamana ‘ahina 72. Both are a bit heavier, and the only two shafts Titleist offers in an X-flex. The other shaft options are lighter, more flexibility and forgiving.

In all, the Titleist 910 D2 driver has improved upon what Titleist faithfuls love. If you are looking for an upgrade, you should definitely give the 910 D2 a hard look.

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