I’ve tried the DComp and the D2 with 5 different shafts on each off the line and I liked the DComp because it was more forgiving even though it launched higher. Only conclusion was they match the competition and need to all be tried in a controlled environment. The club head is a You just have to find a shaft combination that works for you I love this driver Write a Review Rate This Product:
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Titleist 909D Comp Driver
The feel and sounds at impact is excellent and for a better players driver they are reasonably forgiving, although if you put a bad swing on one you will notice the difference. Sign In Haven’t registered for Cop Titleist yet? If your concerned about launch then get a shaft with a higher kick point. Thus, choose the D2.
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The real-deal XCon 5 is incredibly long, but I think it really wants a smooth swing. Average Launch is 14 degrees – so I am pretty happy with that number actually.
Titleist D Comp – Club Builders/Those in “the know” – WRX Club Techs – GolfWRX
The D2 has a slightly longer cc titanium head ckmp for a mid launch with low spin. I just feel like a driver should do the work FOR you, and not the other way around. You are currently viewing the forum as a guest which does not give you access to all the great features at GolfWRX such as viewing all the images, interacting with members, access to all forums and eligiblility to win free giveaways.
With a mid 90s swing speed – and a medium tempo – what would you do with the Fubuki – regular, stiff, or ocmp a tipped regular? The new HD line is great but you’ll lose some launch angle.
The D3 is also titanium with a smaller cc head 909v low launch and low spin, ideal for very low handicap players and the DComp is a composite titanium and carbon head for High launch and mid spin. I bought a virtually coomp D2 driver at my local pro shop at a bargain after trying out 3 other new driver model versions. Awalkspoiled, on Sep 27 Just spent the afternoon on a flight simulator. With the D2, using the stock Voodoo shaft the flight, both the spin and launch angle seemed more controlled.
D-Comp Driver: How forgiving? – Golf Clubs – Team Titleist
Like the initial launch angle cokp it is the spin that is killing me so I am looking for suggestions. You could also try a different head, say the D2, as the DComp head may also be contributing. It looked fairly traditional and conservative and took a bit of getting used to. As my playing partners said, with the Titleist D2, bad shots are down to me, not this club – simple as that! So I know I have a swing that is capable of moderate spin numbers. Before you all hit me with the “get a lesson” response – while I know I could use one – I just came from a big demo 90d9 at the PGA Superstore – and was able to hit the new Cobra ZL driver – it has the stock Voodoo and a F6M2 might be the best of all worlds and spins less but it’s just a little outside 99d budget.
The DComp isn’t hard to reshaft, BTW – the guy just need to take care not to damage the carbon-titanium joint. Still works great in any fairway, going around to every single time what a club and I’m The current shaft as the title indicates is the Titleist version of the xCon 5 in a Regular flex. June 21, at Just replaced the grip and it was a dream again to play it my longest drive was at yards and the driver feel so good to hit it again.
My swing speed with a driver is around the high 90’s on a good day and I still got the DComp because of the flexibility I have with the club. Please login to post a comment. July 05, at