The last Titleist driver I owned prior to this one was a 975D. I drifted to Callaway and then Taylormade. I liked the adjustability of the R9 and then the R11. The white club head is all hype, but they did pioneer the owner customization concept. Enter the Titleist 910.Titleist 910D2 Driver Better finish, better components, better driver. The adjustments are easy to make. They deliver the desired results. The black clubface frames the ball nicely and it feels and sounds nicely when well struck. It is NOT the most forgiving driver I've ever hit (I purchased the D3 model) The D2 might be a better option for handicaps higher than 12. The Fujikura shaft in mine played a role in choosing this particular driver.
While they are "made for Titleist" shafts, they are top quality compared to other offerings from other manufacturers. The ball flight is slightly flatter. Ping K15 Driver The spin rate seems to be lower. It would take something really special to leave Titleist again.The Titleist 910 D3 Driver delivers longer distance through a technologically advanced head design with a responsive, fast face insert that creates a ball-speed area that is 10% larger than other drivers.PING G15 Driver The patented, innovative, SureFit Tour dual-angle hosel provides precise and independent loft and lie adjustments to fine tune ball flight for more accuracy and control. High performance weighting and a sloped, ultra-thin crown design and an on-axis rear weight screw increases stability and creates a low and deep center of gravity for medium/high launch with medium/low spin.