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Features and Benefits of the Titleist 910 D2 driver:
Golfer: Mens Right Hand
Golfer: Mens Left Hand
Lovely club a joy to hit feel as if you can really smash it with out to much worry of going wild I've owned two of them now as sold the first one to upgrade to another brand and had to go bk. Really good service from golf bidder was a bit concerned ordering online and not seeing condition but it was a lot better than expected and would definitely order from them again
great club replaced my ping G20 driver which was sweet and this is better- adjustable fo fllight and more yardage !!
As new condition and half the price
Great service, came as said next day, club great but I new to golf, so little to compare.
I bought this driver for its forgiveness and given the fact that it doesn't sacrifice distance either. The 460cc head with the Diamana kali 65g shaft in reg flex is the perfect balance from grip to toe. Condition of the club was excellent. Now I grip it and rip it...
I found the club in a very good condition.
I'm satisfied with my purchase.
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