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Out of Control titelist 910d

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So i just recently was given a titelist 910D driver and am slightly slicing it i know this has a lot to do with my mechanics, but i was wondering if someone could tell me  a good setting for this driver for someone with a slice?

post #2 of 5

Go to www.titleist.com and under drivers, they will have a performance matrix box.

 

You'd go upright in lie and add loft.

 

http://www.titleist.com/golf-clubs/910-performance-matrix.aspx#

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So i just recently was given a titelist 910D driver and am slightly slicing it i know this has a lot to do with my mechanics, but i was wondering if someone could tell me  a good setting for this driver for someone with a slice?

There aren't any settings that can "cure" a slice, but if you're slices are starting out straight or right (assuming you are right handed) then you can push the club to its most upright setting to promote the ball starting out to the left.

 

You're still going to slice, but a pull slice is better than a straight slice or a push slice.

 

I can't tell you the exact setting because its based on the loft you want as well.  But, for righties "A-3" is the most upright with the most loft, so maybe try that one to start?

post #4 of 5

ive noticed C-3 will promote a BIG draw for me with my driver and 3wood. give that a shot as well.

post #5 of 5

I have a 910D2 aswell, basically just jack the loft up as high as it goes and work on your swing path/plane.

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