The Titleist 913 D2 Driver is designed to provide more speed, distance and precision fitting with Tour preferred looks, sound and feel.
The design of the 913 driver centres around creating more distance and less spin through more efficient weighting and an improved CG location. Acushnet's engineers created the face using a Forged Variable Thickness Insert with a central thick portion combined with thinner, variable tapered thickness. Thinning the face away from the centre creates more forgiveness and speed across the entire face.
The new forged face is 2 grams lighter than previous models and increases ball speeds on off-centre hits by up to 2mph. There is an 11% increase in the maximum ball speed area versus the 910 drivers, which means heel and toe mishits will go further.
Better launch conditions are achieved in the Titleist 913 driver by lowering the centre of gravity, closer to the neutral axis that runs diagonally from the clubface to the rear of the sole. By removing weight from the face and using a new weight configuration on the sole, the centre of gravity is positioned to improve forgiveness, workability and performance.
The Titleist 913 D2 has specific centre of gravity designed to be more forgiving, with more of a draw bias than it's 913 D3 sibling.
The 913 driver has a redesigned Surefit Tour Weight in the rear of the sole. The weight is 2 grams heavier than before with newly designed screws that ensure the weight of the clubhead is positioned lower.
The Titleist 913 Driver is essentially designed to be a driver that is better performing, offers more speed and distance and can be adjusted to suit a golfer's specific swing and desired flight.