Titleist has improved upon their successful past designs with the introduction of the new 915 D2 and 915 D3. The biggest enhancement has come in the form of the new Active Recoil Channel (ARC) and its ability to allow the clubface to flex at impact, creating more ball speed and lower spin rates. Also, Titleist has implemented a Radial Speed Face which is a high speed insert behind the clubface. This insert is thicker at the center and gets thinner as it progresses towards the heel and toe. This allows for unrivaled forgiveness and distance on miss-hits. They have also reduced the thickness of the crown near the clubface, which allows them to move weight further back and lower creating ultra-high MOI. So what does this all mean for you? More distance and more fairways!
The ARC incorporated into the Driver is also in the 915F and 915Fd, which means higher ball speeds and reduced spin rates for these clubs as well. The Titleist 915F has a larger profile head which promotes confidence both off the tee and from the turf. The larger head of the 915F also produces a slightly higher flight than the Fd. The Titleist 915Fd has a more compact profile head and produces lower launch and spin than the F version. Both clubs have the SureFit hosel adjustments allowing for 16 different loft/lie combinations.
Titleist continues to use the ARC in their hybrid line as well, so the distance increase and forgiveness created will be in evidence in these clubs too. The clubface is as thin as ever, another attribute leading to increased ball speeds across the face. The 915H has a more rounded profile with slightly higher launch and spin than the Hd model. The Titleist 915Hd has a smaller head and slight offset and promotes a flatter, more controllable trajectory than the H. The Titleist 915H is available in 18*, 21*, 24* and 27* lofts. The 915Hd is available in 17.5*, 20.5* and 23.5* lofts. Both also have the SureFit hosel adjustments to maximize trajectory and distance.
Have a previous Titleist driver and want to see how they stack up? Check out our comparison of the Titleist 913 D2 vs. 913 D3.