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im at 7 handicapper and i have a 09 burner with a 35 stiff shaft but i struggle with accuracy but only with this club and no others

im looking into buying a titleist 910 d3 9.5 but im confused on which shaft would best suit my swing.

my swing speed is 112 mph and ideas ? thanks.

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Originally Posted by kgolfer

im at 7 handicapper and i have a 09 burner with a 35 stiff shaft but i struggle with accuracy but only with this club and no others

im looking into buying a titleist 910 d3 9.5 but im confused on which shaft would best suit my swing.

my swing speed is 112 mph and ideas ? thanks.

If I were you and buying a D3, I would wait for the 913 D3 -- they've changed the face so that the 913 D2 and D3  are more forgiving towards the perimeter of the face and brought down the spin.

The knock on the 910 D3 is its lack of forgiveness. McIlroy used a 910 D2. He went to the 913 D3 and claims 15 more yards and forgiveness across the face, and that's over his 910 D2.

If you want to fiddle and not buy, but think about shafts until the 913 comes out, go to a fitting center (store or range) and demo shafts.

If you can wait until November for the 913...

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