October 6, 2014
It's almost time for consumers to get their hands on the new Titleist 917 drivers and fairways. The question for many, of course, is whether to make the jump and purchase the latest and greatest from the company after they become available at retail on October 21.
Only the golfer can ultimately make that decision. But a few details in the 917's might make them a little more appealing.
The company is known for subtle but significant changes in products which normally have a two-year life cycle. The 917 clubs are no different. How compelling those changes are in the current model will be between you and your fitter.
The last word is very important. The rules of golf place limits on manufacturers. It shapes what they can create and sell so the adjustment of that product to the golfer themselves is the key to maximizing performance. Subtle variations can make all the difference in improved results. A few additions in the 917 designs, particularly the driver, make it easier than ever to match a club properly with a golfer.
If you want the basic facts on the new 917's you…
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