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Titleist Driver Comparison: 915 D2 vs D3

Active Recoil Channel The Active Recoil Channel runs behind the face of the driver, which can be seen on the sole of the golf club. This channel helps produce more distance by actively flexing at impact. The flexing action at

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Looking for More Distance and More Fairways? Try the Titleist 915 Woods

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

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