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Which shaft on titleist 910 3 wood

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Hi guys I'm after a new 3 wood and want a 910f or fd. I'm getting in a stiff shaft but I'm wanting a mid-high launch shaft so can anyone recommend which shaft to be looking for?? Diamana Kai'li 75 Mid Flex Stiff?? Diamana 'ahina 82 Low-Mid flex Stiff?? Project X 8C4 Stiff

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I like the diamana 'ahina but thats me. I say the launch with it is very good. Also get the 910 with the bigger head, I forget the name but the bigger heaqd will help with launch. Good Luck

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The 910fD launches lower and is used more off the tee than fairway by "normal" players. For strong players, who want a lower launch, they like the 910fD.

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TItleist has a brochure that compares all shafts on a table - look at their products brochure online

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I have the 910f with the ahina and it's a great combo.  Nice flight for me and a stable shaft with a bit of weight.  Of course, with surefit you can dial the loft up or down a bit to suit you.  I did not like the feel of the 910 fd at all.

It's what ever floats your particular boat.

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Try the shaft combos and get numbers. I was very surprised that the PX fit me best in 910F and the 910 driver. I rarely hit my 3-wood off the deck. It is mostly a second driver for me. Even so, I liked the F better than the FD.

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