Titleist 915 F Fairway Wood Review
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    The Titleist 915 F Fairway Wood retails for $299 (MSRP) and it's designed and built for delivering outstanding performance from the tee and turf, featuring a larger profile which definitely boosts confidence, no draw bias and a higher ball flight. Just like the rest of the 915 family, the Titleist 915 F Fairway Wood comes loaded with state of the art/proprietary technologies, such as the Active Recoil Channel on the sole, but positioned in a more forward position when compared to the driver. Also, the channel is narrower, and this specific design enables the lower half of the head to flex in a spring like action at ball impact, matching the compression of the crown and increasing ball speed. The Titleist 915 F Fairway Wood also comes with an excellent adjustable hosel (SureFit Tour) which permits you to adjust the loft independently of the lie.

    There's also a wide range of shaft choices, including an Aldila Rogue or a Mitsubishi Diamana, which both work great with the Titleist 915 F Fairway Wood . Being a piece of golf gear aimed at better players, the Titleist 915 F Fairway Wood features a Carpenter steel face combined with the sole channel for providing you with faster ball speeds than ever before, together with lower spin, compared to the previous 913 generation wood. In terms of playability, the 915 F is one of the highest rated woods out there, amazingly easy to hit, getting the ball airborne effortlessly from any type of lie. Some of the club's biggest strengths are its accuracy and forgiveness, features that allow you to produce consistent straight shots all day long. In terms of distance, this fairway wood stacks up with basically anything on the market today, including the longest woods out there. The feel is solid yet soft, while the design is classic and clean, with beautiful lines.