Titleist PT 906 F2 Fairway Wood Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 4 out of 5
  • Owner Rating 4 out of 5
  • RRP £175.00

What we say...

The square face and forward CG of the Titliest PT 906F2 fairway wood are aimed at producing a penetrating, low ball flight. The lightweight Carpenter 275 steel face insert inside a 431 steel body helps produce a better feel and more forgiveness.
The fairway wood head looks small and has a heavier, persimmon-type feel but we made three very different swings, and all three shots went pretty much to the same place, so it's definitely forgiving.
Overall it is a great golf club for traditionalists looking for a firm, heavy feel and lots of playability.

Titliest PT 906F2
Specs: Three lofts (13, 15, 18 degrees)

Product Information

Left Handed availableYes
Custom-Fit availableYes
ShaftsTitleist 4375 graphite Shaft

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Titleist Fairway Woods User Reviews

  • 4 out of 5 Solid feel, tour performance and very classy

    By mconeill

    This replaced my sumo2 5 wood. I got it expect a club that would produce a low penetrating ball flight and good workability. It hasn't left my bag yet. i naturally have a slight draw but this club allowed me to hit a fade or straight whenever i chose. the pear-shaped head has a deep face height which may deter some players but don't fear this illusion as the soil allows for the depth of the face by going fairly far back. The titleist 4375 shaft that came stock also appears classy and simple just like titleists clubs. i would recommend this club to every one who has a consistant ball striking ability and to those who struggle to keep the ball low.

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