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Features and Benefits of the Titleist 905R driver:
Golfer: Mens Right Hand
This 905R driver is brilliant. You can feel the quality, and it sits perfect at address, with perfect balance and feel. One word: Keeper!! Service, and delivery from golfbidder is excellent, thank-you.
Bought this with the Aldila NV 65 shaft. Previously I was using a 905T with 9.5* loft, which I love, but wanted more forgiveness and straighter ball fight. The 905R is noticeably more forgiving and straighter. Both models have that characteristic muted but solid feeling, but in terms of feel I would give the nod to the 905T.
this club with the graphite design shaft absolutely awesome,the longest driver I have used by far,easy to use and very straight
The club actually turned out better than first thought.
I had no major problems with my old Mizuno MP-001 stiff 9 degrees. I'm happy with trajectory (quite low) and length of the hits. The reason for buying Titleist 905R stiff 9,5 deg. was the size of clubhead. It's 460cc and I vas hoping a bit more forgiveness. And it worked out good. I can still hit enourmous slices but for that I need to hit VERY HARD! Normal shots keeps in control nicely. Ball flies now a bit higher and shot lengts are quite same, at least not longer, but about the same. Shaft is 5 grams heavier (60 --> Aldila nv65s), but seems that I have already used to it. Clubhead, shaft and grip were ranked 6 by Golfbidder. I changed the grip and now the club is not like new, but in very good condition for me.
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