Martin Hopley

The Titleist 907 D1 driver may be a bit visually challenged from above, but watching someone hit it side on it looks great.

Performance wise we found it very forgiving and speaking to Titliest they say the it is a very good anti-hook club as the weighting in the design prevents the club turning over. If you slice the ball then the D2 is probably better for you and you will probably hit it a little lower too.

The sound of the Titleist 907 D1 was a bit odd, giving a deep 'ping' rather than a 'crash' of the square drivers, which is not a bad thing.

Overall we think this is a solid club that Titleist die-hards will like, but we think there are better drivers out there if you want high MOI forgiveness.

Golfalot Rating: 4 stars
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Titleist 907 D1 Driver

Titleist 907 D1 Driver - Product Details

Handicap Range
Hand AvailabilityLeft, Right
Left Handed Lofts8.5°, 9.5°, 10.5°
Right Handed Lofts7.5°, 8.5°, 9.5°, 10.5°, 11.5°
Shaft TypesGraphite
Shaft FlexX Stiff, Stiff, Regular, Light
Manufacturer's WebsiteTitleist Website

User Reviews

July 2008

Coming from a 2 year old hardly used Nike SQ,. This Titleist 907 D1 is one of the best drivers I've ever hit. Don't be fooled, this driver is a long hitter. I hit probably the longest drive of my life with in on my first day of using it. Although driving is not one of the more consistent parts of my game, it has become a lot more consistent with this driver. If you cannot hit your SQ, do yourself a favour and try this driver. I LOVE IT. In fact I love it so much I'm starting to look to Titleist for other clubs too now. I'm thinking of replacing my irons with Titleist and getting a Titleist rescue club, which I can hit pretty well. Very happy with all Titleist gear right now.

Drew Tuck
August 2007

Not for me. All the driver does it hit it high and right. It is nearly impossible to turn it over and hit a draw. Looks don't help it either.

Eric Chong
June 2007

The Titleist 907 D1 driver is suitable for beginners and those seeking more fairways. I tried the 907 D1 with the VS Proto 60 stiff flex shaft and the distance is shorter than traditional drivers. I'm a fast swinger and I had a problem finding the centre sweet spot due to clubhead design. Good club if it suits your swing.

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Media Reviews

Golf Digest
February 2008
User-friendly..effortless distance..more for the dollar elsewhere.
Golf World
August 2007
Sits behind the ball remarkably well..low profile..hollow clink.
Today's Golfer
Triangular shape..subdued, duller sound at impact..serious golfers.

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