Stiff, Regular, Action, Ladies
17, 19, 21, 24, 27
8 February 2013
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The Titleist 913H hybrid takes over from the popular 910H model, and is designed to offer longer distances with outstanding ground contact and ball flight.
A slightly more rounded 117cc (112cc in the 27 degree model) head shape has been designed by Titleist to offer a more appealing view at address. Additionally, the SureFit hosel, allowing independant loft and lie adjustments, is lighter and more tapered than before which allowed more weight to be redistributed to create an optimal centre of gravity, creating higher ball speeds with less spin.
The entire range of 913H clubs, offering in lofts of 17, 19, 21, 24 and 27, have been designed individually to deliver the proper distance and forgiveness. Progressive loft, centre of gravity and offset designs mean that each club will be specifically suited to the shot it is required to hit.
The shafts offered with the Titleist 913H will include the Fujikura HB along with 5 stock shafts: Mitsubishi White (D) and Blue (S), Aldila RIP Alpha and RIP Phenom and the Bassara W shaft.
Titleist have developed a lower spinning 913Hd model, but for now that model is for Tour players only.
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The Titleist 913H hybrid utility club is not really one club but a series of clubs designed to produce a certain ball flight. The head of the 913H is pretty similar on the outside to the previous 910H, with maybe a little bit taken off the toe of the club when you look from above.
Most of the changes are on the inside of the 117cc head as the centre of gravity moves forward as you go up the lofts to try and get the right launch and spin conditions to get the club going forward, but high enough to land properly on the green.
Certainly when we put then 913H through its paces, the flight was very consistent and just what you would want as a better player. The sound and feel was good too and the progressive offset that increases as you go up the lofts was there, but not so in your face as to put you off.
The other change you will see at address is the shorter and smaller SureFit Tour hosel that enables the loft and lie of the club to be adjusted to suit your game. On the smaller hybrid, this change is a big improvement as the 910 hosel did look a bit chunky.
Titleist seem to have given this range of hybrids a lot of thought in terms of the lofts and set ups as you go from 17 to 27 degrees. If you play multiple hybrids then we feel that the various 913H lofts will complement each other very well. You need to play them differently too, with more of a fairway ‘sweep’ swing with the 17 and 19 degree versions and a more steep ‘iron’ style swing for the higher 24 and 27 degree lofts.
Do this and you will be rewarded with great shots from one of the best hybrids around in the market for golfers from the low teens downwards.
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