Titleist 909DComp Driver
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The Titleist 909DComp is a high performance driver delivering high launch with low to mid spin. The 909DComp has a full pear profile with 460cc titanium and composite construction. The modern, tour proven design with a composite crown creates a deep and low CG for higher launch and MOI, reduced spin, and longer, straighter drives. The tuned sole and composite crown deliver a tour validated sound and feel. The 909DComp includes optimized pockets and an internal rib for reduced vibration. The titanium blind bore hosel design saves weight and provides a solid feel.
- Full pear profile, 460cc multi-material construction, high performance titanium driver
- Delivers high launch with low to mid spin
- 6-4 titanium body; 6-4 titanium face insert
- 1K composite crown
- Choose from 2 stock shaft options: Titleist Matrix Ozik XCON-5 and the Titleist Matrix Ozik XCON-6
User Ratings & Reviews
with my hcp at 12-14, club head speed at 90-95, using stiff shaft, which new 909 would better fit me?
Tim (Lake Park, IA)
Handicap 10 - 15
Frequently asked questions about
I want the d comp but their stock shafts are matrix and they are superlight shafts at 58 grams. Is having that light of a shaft a good thing? Or will it help give you a faster ss? Etc.
08/27/2009 7:22 AM
A lighter shaft will increase your club head speed but you will see higher launch conditions as the lightweight shaft will help get the ball airborne. The Comp D is a game improvement club so it is designed to help the average golfer increase carry and improve accuracy.
Golfballs.com Employee: Andy
08/28/2009 4:29 PM
my speed is around 80.i am a senior.what shaft is recommended for me .thanks
07/15/2009 7:47 PM
Your club head speed would classify you into the senior flex category. The senior flex is designed for golfers with club head speeds below 85 MPH.
Golfballs.com Employee: Andy
07/16/2009 4:41 PM
I understand most drivers come in a 10.5 and 9.5 degree loft. I use a 10.5. When teeing off, my ball usually has a lot of loft and goes really high in the air, should I switch to a 9.5 degree
05/31/2009 11:46 AM
Thank you for your question.
Is it worth testing out? Absolutely. Will the 9.5 give you a more penetrating ball flight is the question. Most golfers would kill to have more hang time but I know how you feel. I was in the same boat at one time and tested different lofts much like you. I ended up staying with the higher loft though. I would test it prior to officially making a move.
Golfballs.com Employee: Johnny
06/03/2009 6:33 AM
In general, the 9.5 degree will tend to give a lower ball flight. However, the shaft also contributes to launch angle. Find a Golf shop that has a simulator that can measure your swing path, launch angle, club-head speed, ball speed, spin and distance. With this information, your Pro can tell you if you need a different club, or just a new shaft.
Mid Handicap Golfer: Jim
03/10/2010 1:02 PM
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