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Titleist 915H 2H Hybrid in New ConditionTitleist 915H Hybrid

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You can earn 180 yards with this purchase!

Features & Specs

New Condition Men's Right-Hand Titleist 915H

2H Type, 18° Loft, Stiff Flex, Standard Length, Standard Lie Angle

Graphite Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana S+ Blue 70 HY Shaft

 

Headcover Included : Yes

Tool Included : No

Grip Included : Yes

Style : 625RG2S18

SKU : 1029769-AAE-1B7-ADA

Description

The Titleist 915H hybrids features the new Active Recoil Channel and ultra thin face which delivers higher speeds and lower spin both from the tee and off the turf. The high MOI design places the CG low in the clubhead delivering stability and ball speed while preserving forgiveness. The rounded profile provides confidence at address, maximum forgiveness, and slightly higher launch and spin versus 915Hd.

Features

  • ACTIVE RECOIL CHANNELâ„¢ -The wide sole channel delivers more distance by actively flexing at impact to launch the ball off the face with higher speed a ... hover for more
  • ULTRA THIN FACE - The high speed face insert increases ball speed across the face.
  • SUREFIT® TOUR HOSEL - 16 unique loft and lie combinations deliver the most precise fit available.
  • HIGH MOI DESIGN - The low CG design delivers stability and ball speed preserving forgiveness.

Reviews

Great Club

Review by Brad, 7 months ago.

“Bought this club 2 years ago. It replaced my 913. Glad I upgraded!”

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Great Club, Condition, Price

Review by Mark, 11 months ago.

“Was a bit apprehensive about buying used clubs, but no more. Received club from 3Balls and condition was as if I'd played them for a round or two, and I take care of my clubs. ”

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Great Hybrid

Review by Jdot, 1 year ago.

“Great hybrid that office good distance and forgiveness. Very easy to hit compared to the sldr hybrids this replaces. Excellent value on these clubs right now.”

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Titleist can't be outpreformed

Review by Larry P, 1 year 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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Great club

Review by Scratch, 1 year ago.

“Love this club. Long ”

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Does this come with headcover and tool?

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Please refer to the information under the features and specs section on each specific listing. Information regarding the headcover and tool will be located there.

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What are the differences between the red and blue Mitsubishi shafts on the Tiltest hybrids?

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