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Titleist 915F in New ConditionTitleist 915F Fairway Wood

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New Condition Men's Right-Hand Titleist 915F

Standard Length, Standard Lie Angle

Graphite Shaft

Description

The Titleist 915F fairway wood features a shallow face that delivers long distance and all around performance off the tee and turf. It features a lower spin rate a higher ball speeds from the forward positioned Active Recoil Channel™. and Ultra Thin Face. The low CG and high MOI design increases forgiveness and the SureFit® Tour Hosel technology allows for a precision fit.

Features

  • ACTIVE RECOIL CHANNEL™ -The wide sole channel delivers more distance by actively flexing at impact to launch the ball off the face with higher speed and lower spin.
  • SUREFIT® TOUR HOSEL - 16 unique loft and lie combinations deliver the most precise fit available.
  • ULTRA THIN FACE - Generate higher balls speeds across the face
  • LONGER DISTANCE through low spin and high speed from both the tee and turf.

Reviews

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It's all in the name - Titleist

Review by Larry P, 1 month ago.

“I have played Titleist clubs for several seasons and have come to expect the best quality and performance fro their equipment. 3-Balls used equipment is a bargain compared to the big box stores and their restoration process equals a nearly new club.”

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Titleist 915 F

Review by Jeff, 2 months ago.

“Love this club...long and straight!!! Very forgiving on lower strikes with the ARC. Best 3 wood I've ever had and not leaving the bag anytime soon.”

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915f

Review by Ericyao168, 6 months ago.

“Great 3 wood. Improved my game”

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Titelist 915F 3 wood

Review by Brian P, 9 months ago.

“Arrived 2 days ago. Hit it during 2 range sessions. Easy to hit both teed up and not! Good condition considering it was a "value"/"bargain" grade. I'd buy it again if I had it to do over!”

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915 F

Review by Bridgeo, 9 months ago.

“Incredible club!! Exactly what you would hope for from Titleist. Long a Straight”

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I want a steel shaft in a regulars and can you change them

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We are not able to change shafts on the listings of the clubs. All of these fairway woods come with a graphite shaft.

Christopher Wadwick     11 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful

interested in the titlest 915f 3 wood. there are three different shaft choices. please explain the differences

Michael L.     11 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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The Diamana S+ blue 70 is heavier than the M+ Red 60. The S+ blue will be designed to product a mid launch and mid spin for the largest majority of swings out there. The M+ Red will be designed with a lower kick point and softer tip for a slower swing and launch higher with more spin. The UST Tour Force platinum is only available in a 5 wood, regular flex with +1 inch of length, so it is not an option in the 3 woods.

Christopher Wadwick     10 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful

The Surefit system that Titleist uses-are those shafts interchangeable from the 910 thru the 916 clubs?

Gerald R.     7 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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Please refer to Titleist.com for more information as there are many different models between the 910 through 916 where the adaptors could be different.

Emmett Brantly     7 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful

What is the difference in the 915 D and 915 F club

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If you mean the difference between the Fd and F, the 915Fd has a slightly smaller head size profile for better, most consistent ball strikers and players with higher swing speeds as it will launch a little bit lower with less spin and doesn't have any draw bias

Christopher Wadwick     7 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful