Titleist 915 D2 Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 5 out of 5
  • Owner Rating Not yet rated
  • RRP £379

What we say...

The Tech:

Maximum distance and forgiveness say Titleist with the D2. There’s a pear shaped profile to inspire confidence, an active recoil channel to maximise flex at impact and a speed face that maintains ball speed even when you don’t hit the centre of the face.  Oh and its Jordan Spieth’s gamer.

 

Our verdict:

Its difficult to knock a driver that ‘s played by so many tour players including the worlds number one, but our testers couldn’t agree they all loved the 915’s head shape. Looks are just personal opinion so after seeing the D2’s impressive launch monitor performance two testers agreed they’d happily game the driver. Titleist say they’re actively trying to iron out the peaks and troughs between good shots and bad and with only a few hundred RPM and 5mph of ball speed drop off between nailed and missed shots we’ve got to say they’re doing a pretty decent job.    

 

Bottom line:

A pretty serious driver that put in a strong performance without being exceptional for any tester. Titleist offer a ton of custom option shafts to ensure you max out your own carry distance and forgiveness potential we recommend getting a proper fitting.   

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Product Information

www.titleist.co.uk

Lofts: 7.5deg / 8.5deg / 9.5deg / 10.5deg / 12deg

Stock shafts: Aldila Rogue Silver & Black / Mitsubishi Diamana Red, Blue, White

Adjustable hosel: Yes

How much loft change: +1.5/ -0.75deg 

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