Titleist Driver Comparison: 910 D3 vs 913 D3
The Titleist 910 D3 driver touts itself as an excellent performance golf club. This driver has found a way to take advantage of flight, looks and sound. Long distance drives are derived from the technological advancement in head design through a first generation responsive and fast face insert. The pre-set weighting system delivers stability to the clubhead, along with a low and deep center of gravity (CG) producing a medium launch with medium to low spin. Titleist’s SureFit hosel technology provides an industry first dual-angle adjustment for precision tuning. This hosel allows you to change the loft and lie separately from one another to find the proper ball flight to increase accuracy and control.
- The classic, pear-shaped 445cc clubhead delivers superior distance.
The Titleist 913 D3 driver is all about speed, distance, and performance. The face of the driver is actually comprised of a forged insert that creates more ball speed at impact. The face insert spreads over a larger area of the entire face versus the 910 D3. The adjustable rear weight coupled with the shifted center of gravity (CG) helps provide the optimal launch that everyone is looking for while also managing to reduce ball spin. This combination provides the secret recipe for longer distance. You can fine tune the driver with Titleist’s SureFit tour hosel technology. This technology was the first of its kind, allowing you to independently adjust the loft and lie. This hosel ensures you will be precisely fit to hit those long and towering tee shots.
- 445cc, Classic-pear shaped head that delivers tour-inspired workability.
- Deeper face than the 913 D2 allowing for additional shot and trajectory control.
- Lower launch and less spin vs. the 913 D2.
While these drivers are very similar, Titleist has made a few subtle changes to upgrade the 913 D3 and here’s what you’ll notice vs. the 910 D3:
- An adjustable weighting system and a slightly different internal design changing to the CG. (This can be beneficial to fine tune the trajectory and feel of the driver.)
- Larger, faster face insert for enhanced speed and longer drives.
- Interchangeable weights allowing you to fine tune your trajectory.
Overall, the 913 D3 is an enhanced version of the 910 D3 giving you more speed and performance. You’ll also notice with the 913 D3 will perform with a slightly lower launch and have a little less spin, giving it a lower ball flight than the 910 D3.
Want to see how the Titleist 913 D2 stacks up to the 913 D3? See what we say in our previous post.