Playing golf. Golf club and ball. Preparing to shotGolf technology has taken the fairways by storm with the latest woods that offer the best distance and performance for golfers of all skill levels. Titleist is renowned for making the most of these technological advancements as about every golfer has either bought or tried out their 913 models to put it through its paces. They loved the slimmed hostel, improved precision, the forgiving nature and increased ball speed. So what possible could Titleist do for their newest 915F Fairway woods? Apparently, they could do a lot. Something surprising about the Titleist 915F was the increased distance, making this one the longest fairway wood a golfer can possess. Even when using the same golf speed during the swing, there was an increased carry distance of about 3 yards and almost a 2.5 mph golf speed. This surprising result was due to the new Active Recoil Channel (ARC) on the face of the larger head. The Active Recoil Channel is a deep cutout positioned slightly forward along the sole. This feature is designed to give more flexibility and recoil to the crown and sole. Make a shot and watch as the ball travels higher. There is also less spin as you have more control on where you want the ball to go. The 913 models lacked such a distance even when making the shot with the same speed. Also, the 915F has an higher MOI design for more stability given to the ball during the shot. So what else is there to talk about with the Titlest 915F? Another noticeable feature is its forgiving nature. The fairway wood has an ultra thin and larger face. Hit the ball lower on the face, and you will still see the shot fly far as if you would have struck the ball on the center of the face. You can get that ball up in the air with the speed that will almost bring a tear to the eyes. When it comes to looks, the Titlest 915F has a sleek and pleasing design that won't have you hesitate to use it. The only slight drawback is that the ARC doesn't have any fill to it. So there will be debris lurking. But other than that, nothing serious that will cause you to stow the wood away into the back of the closet. Titleist is making great strides in creating superior performance and accuracy to their newest fairway woods. The 915F is definitely a leap in the right direction as people will be grabbing these woods from off of the shelf. There are five lofts available to select from: 13.5°, 15°, 16.5°, 18°, 21°. Now is the time to get out on the fairway and see what this club can do for your game.

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