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Forgiveness, 913D2 or Bio Cell?

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913D2 or Bio Cell?

I am a high handicapper,so I want to focus just on how easy to hit of this two clubs.

Which one is easier to hit, and have more forgiveness on mishits (especially high and toe on the face) ?

If I buy, I am gonna buy Fairway and Hybrid along with the Driver. So It will gonna be either 913D2/913F/913H or Bio Cell Driver/Fairway/Hybrid in my sets.

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Have you hit both of these?

For a higher handicap I would tend to lean towards the Bio Cell.

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I currently use 910D2 and have tried Bio Cell, and i havent seen different much.

Maybe because i am still a beginner and havent got a consistent swing.

So Just wanna know the result from a better player who have tried both.

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I currently use 910D2 and have tried Bio Cell, and i havent seen different much.

Maybe because i am still a beginner and havent got a consistent swing.

So Just wanna know the result from a better player who have tried both.

Both are good clubs. Here's our reviews of the D2 and Bio Cell +

http://thesandtrap.com/b/clubs/titleist_913_d2_d3_driver_review

http://thesandtrap.com/b/clubs/cobra_bio_cell_driver_review

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Bio Cell all the way, its easier to hit and more forgiving. Its also more about the strike than it is the handicap. You could be a very good ball striker and still have a high handicap; you could also have a low handicap but not be a very good striker of the ball. If you don't have a problem finding the center of the face with the driver then you could go for something with less forgiveness. I would say go test them out. Go to a golf shop or a demo day and try them both out.

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