Titleist 915F Fairway Wood Review

Titleist is always doing good in producing the 9 series golf clubs for sale from 909 to the latest 915. Among all these clubs, I only used the latest 913 and 915 but feel quite good. And not long ago, I bought the new 915 clubs especially the Titleist 915F Fairway Wood for sale.

Today, I want to talk about my own review on using the 915 wood. Actually, there is another 915 wood called 915FD. Both of the 2 fairway woods are released. But in my opinion, the 915FD fairway wood might fit professional golfers better. I think the Titleist 915F Fairway Wood suit me well.

After using the Titleist 915F Fairway Wood, I found it quite easy to use. Good straight penetrating flight. Nice launch. Good solid stock shafts and decent “upgrade options”. Nice shape, sits well behind the ball.2

Yes, it is really easy to hit off a variety of lies…whether it be a tee or a close fairway the shallow faced Titleist 915F Fairway wood gets the  meat of the face to the ball. Flight is nice and penetrating and its easy to work both ways if needed.

You need to put a bad swing on Titleist 915F Fairway Wood to make it misbehave badly. Anyone with a half reasonable swing should be able to hit this and these fairways will find themselves in a wider range of ability players bags. No more can a Titleist fairway wood be considered as solely a “better players club”.

By the way, during the use of 915F wood, I suggest you also select the titleist 915 driver to use together with the wood. The same series golf clubs will help you fix the problem better and improve your game more easily.

Titleist 915F Fairway Wood vs 915FD

You would never doubt the 913 series golf clubs for sale in hands unless you find the new updating series. In early 2014, the new 915 series finally came and released instead of old 913. Just following the design of 913, this time, Titleist also divided 915 into 915F and 915FD.

New Titleist 915 fairway metals, designed using new Active Recoil Channel technology to produce lower spin and higher spin, deliver longer distance with exceptional forgiveness from both the tee and turf. This can be found in both Titleist 915F Fairway Wood and 915FD fairway wood.

And we can say that the 915 fairway woods are the fastest fairway designs Titleist has ever developed. The new Titleist 915F Fairway Wood and 915F models dsignificantly increase distance for serious golfers of all swing speeds while maintaining high MOI for forgiveness. Available in golf shops worldwide beginning the 14th of November, Titleist 915 fairways provide improved performance through three key advancements:

The proprietary Active Recoil Channel, a long, deep, forward-positioned sole channel that actively flexes at impact to launch the ball off the Titleist 915F Fairway Wood for sale face with higher speed and lower spin; An Ultra-Thin Face, a high-strength, uniformly thin high-speed face insert that increases ball speed across the face; and a precise, high-MOI design with a low centre of gravity (CG) location that delivers stability and forgiveness by preserving ball speed across the face for more distance, more often.

2

Those technologies, combined with the fitting precision of Titleist’s industry-leading SureFit Tour hosel and tour-validated looks, sound and feel, make for the most complete, consistent metals performance in the game.The new Titleist 915F Fairway Wood and 915Fd fairway metals provide golfers with low-spin, high-speed performance in two distinct chassis options.

Therefore, what are the differences between the 2 brothers? Firstly, the Titleist 915F Fairway Wood features a full pear profile  for maximum forgiveness. The large profile provides confidence and produces a slightly higher flight versus the 915Fd. It is offered in five lofts, including a new high-lofted 16.5º 3-metal and new 18º 5-metal.

In addition, the 915Fd, with its traditional pear profile, is workable and forgiving. The compact profile delivers slightly lower launch and spin versus Titleist 915F Fairway Wood for sale. 915Fd is available in 13.5º and 15º lofts. In spite of these small differences, they both are very fast fairway woods. If you are common golf player. the Titleist 915F Fairway Wood would meet your demand well enough.

 

Titleist 915F Fairway Wood vs Ping G30 Fairway Wood

As we all know, fairway wood are some kind of golf clubs for sale which are very necessary in golf playing. Fairway woods and drivers are both woods but of different use. In some place with short grass, fairway woods are required better than drivers. When it comes to fairway woods, I want to list 2 best fairway woods which are Titleist 915 Fairway Wood and Ping G30 Fairway Wood.

The fastest fairway designs Titleist has ever developed, the new 915F and 915Fd models significantly increase distance for serious golfers of all swing speeds while maintaining high MOI for forgiveness. Available in golf shops worldwide beginning the 14th of November, Titleist 915F Fairway Wood provides improved performance using some key advancements.

Those technologies, combined with the fitting precision of Titleist’s industry-leading SureFit Tour hosel and tour-validated looks, sound and feel, make for the most complete, consistent metals performance in the game. Titleist R&D designed Titleist 915F Fairway Wood for sale to maximise their low-spin, high-speed potential, with the SureFit Tour weight placed in a low, central position behind the Active Recoil Channel on each model to help create ideal CG properties. Golfers can select their models – 915F or 915Fd based on head shape, forgiveness or ball flight.

915F vs G30 Fairway Wood

However, differently from 915F, Ping G30 Fairway Wood for sale seems very close to Ping G30 Driver. Like the G30 driver, the Ping G30 Fairway Wood face is made from Carpenter 475 steel, which is 44% stronger than the 17-4 stainless steel used in previous designs to allow the face to be the same thickness all the way across,which should maximise face thickness for added distance.

One of the main changes from the cheap G25 fairway is that adjustability allows the head to be set in five positions, up 1°, up 6/10th of a degree and the same down from the standard position. A weight in the rear of Discount Ping G30 Fairway Wood moves the centre of gravity location deeper and further back to make the club both extremely forgiving and extremely long.

Finally, after comparing the specs and technology between these 2 fairway woods, you can also find the difference on headcovers. The new bright blue colour scheme continues from the G30 fairway wood’s sole to the new look headcovers, while the 915F fairway wood uses the usual “Titleist” black and red color to make the headcover.

Titleist 915F Fairway Wood and Its Family

Titleist golf clubs for sale are always one of the best choices for most golfers. The new Titleist 915 family contains many of the technological advancements that are present in the new Titleist 915 Driver for sale, including an Active Recoil Channel (ARC), which provides low spin and more speed accross the face.

There are two fairway woods and two hybrids in Titleist’s new offering – the standard Titleist 915F Fairway Wood and D, and the ‘F.d’ and ‘H.d’ models, which offer less spin. All four 915 fairways and hybrids feature an ultra-thin, high-strength face that is less than 2.1mm thick – some 0.3mm thinner than 913 woods – to deliver increased distance through higher ball speeds.5

Firstly, I want to talk about the Titleist 915F Fairway Wood. In the 915F fairways, the ARC is placed more forward. This reduces spin and deliveres increased distance. Titleist’s 915 fairways and hybrids employ an ultra-thin, high-strength face that is less than 2.1mm thick, helping to boost ball speeds.

The Titleist 915F delivers 1.5mph more ball speed off the tee and 2.4mph off the turf, as compared to the 913F. The Titleist 915F.d and 915H.d models are designed to offer slightly less spin. In the Titleist 915H Hybrid, the ARC is slightly further back to maintain spin for extra control.

Golfers can adjust loft and lie on both the 915 fairway wood and hybrid through the SureFit Tour hosel. Both of the Titleist 915H hybrid and HD hybrid are sold very well now. To me, I would prefer the 915H hybrid. In my opinion, the 915HD hybrid would be better for better golfers like the PGA golfers.

Titleist 915 Driver and Its Big Family

The new Titleist 915 Drivers, built for distance without compromise, are designed using patented Active Recoil Channel technology to produce lower spin and higher speed for more distance – without sacrificing forgiveness.

Available in golf shops worldwide from November 14, 2014 new Titleist 915D2 and 915D3 drivers benefit serious golfers of all swing speeds by delivering maximum distance while maintaining a high MOI for exceptional forgiveness.

Besides the 915 Drivers, Titleist also unveiled its stunning new range of 915 metalwoods, Titleist 915 F Fairway Wood and 915 F.d fairway woods and Titleist 915 H Hybrid and 915 H.d hybrids.  These are all in a big family which is called Titleist 915. The goal of the new 915 line of clubs is to generate a combination of distance and forgiveness by lowering spin, maximising speed, maintaining launch, generating high levels of inertia, as well as being fully adjustable.

4

The improved performance of Titleist 915 Driver for sale, underlining the Titleist Golf Club R&D team’s driver design strategy of “distance and forgiveness,” is the result of three key advancements . Firstly, the proprietary Active Recoil Channel, a long, wide and deep sole channel that actively flexes at impact and recoils to launch the ball off the face with higher speed and lower spin;

Additionally, the Radial Speed Face, a high-speed forged face insert with a radially thinner perimeter in the heel and toe, which works with the Active Recoil Channel to increase ball speed on off-centre hits; and a precise, high-MOI design with a low and deep centre of gravity location that delivers stability and forgiveness by preserving off-centre ball speed for more distance, more often.

I have to say that Titleist 915 has received much favorable comment from all golf players who have ever used the clubs. You would never regret once you have one 915 club in hands.

Short Game Can Be Improved by a Titleist 915F Fairway Wood

As we all know, golf is not an easy sport to learn well. If you want to improve your game, you need to pay attention to many aspects. But first of all, you need to know where the focus is. Short game is thought to be the fasteast way to improve your game in a high degree. So, how to do short game well before the whole game?

When playing near or around the green, a Titleist 915F Fairway Wood will allow you to get near the pin for a simple one or two-putt. So, if you’re struggling to reach the green, or have poor control getting onto the dance floor for simple putts, then be sure to work on your short game.

When working on your short game, you’ll need a number of different shots in your locker. For example, the type of shot that you make will depend on where your ball is positioned, as well as the location of the pin.

So, if you’re near a raised green, you’ll need to play a very different shot than if the green was beneath you. In short, you need a Titleist 915F Fairway Wood to your bow if you want to master the short game of golf. Whether you’re a beginner or a regular out on the course, taking heed of the following tips will help you with your ball control and improve your overall scores too.

1

You will play a pitch shot when positioned from three to thirty yards off the green. A pitch shot typically rolls roughly the same distance on the green as it does travelling through the air. In light of this, you need to make some adjustments to your 915F Fairway Wood, posture and grip.

At first, you need to ensure that your grip is much weaker for pitch shots. This will prevent your hands from rolling over the grip, which will affect the control of the ball. For pitching, try Using a pitching wedge or a lower lofted sand wedge. Next, open up your stance and set your feet closer to the Titleist 915F Fairway Wood. Set the ball further back in your stance, the further back, the steeper the trajectory of the ball upon impact.

In addition, a completely different shot to pitching will also be helpful. The ball is chipped up in the air for only a short period of time. It then travels a greater distance as Titleist 915F Fairway Wood runs along the green towards the pin. It’s a relatively easy shot, one that utilises very few moving body parts.

Fianlly, you can try to practice your lob shot. Some may think it is one of the most difficult short-game shots, but on the other hand, it is the most useful shot. Because it will enable you to get up and down easily, without the ball rolling too much when on the green.