Titleist Fairway woods are awesome!
Usually when I write a piece, I try and shed light on a relevant topic. Today is different. I am so happy with my fairway woods by Titleist, I feel like screaming from a mountain top. Apparently, this is my mountain top. I play the 15* and the 19* for my 3 and 5 respectively. The 904f series is almost a year old now, and this is why I bring it up. They have great balance and the head is conducive to hitting it off of tight lies, groomed fairways, and the deep stuff. Out of all my clubs, these two clubs require the least amount of skill to hit a great shot. Yes, I know that is the purpose, but they are much better than any other club I have found. I experimented with several brands and styles. In an effort to avoid trashing those clubs, I’ll just tell you these are better.
This club truly is for all players. People say this all the time about clubs, but in now way is that true. Scratch players will not waste their time with higher lofted drivers or more forgiving clubs because they want to control their shots. Higher handicappers and occasional golfers (14+) want clubs with greater forgiveness as they learn and perfect their game. So really, not many clubs are for everyone. This series of fairway woods by Titleist are actually for everyone. They are easy to hit, and for the seasoned golfer, you get the control you would desire.
The reason I think this information is so important is that Titleist will soon come up with a newer model. Perhaps they will come up with something better, but, more importantly, the 904 series are going on sale. If you look up these clubs on e-bay, you can probably find them for around a hundred dollars. Also, you can go to your local golf store and pick them up for around 150. These are exceptional deals for clubs of this level. Let me tell you, deals like this don’t last long. Take advantage of this while you can. If you are in the market for new fairway woods, go give these a try. Most golf stores will carry them and let you try them out if they have a hitting area.
My disclaimer: You will still want to find the appropriate stiffness of shaft according to your swing speed. In this case everyone is different, but the clubs are solid!
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I don't think Titleist can improve upon these golf clubs and I don't know why they should (except for the $$$).
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