The 915Hd incorporates the same technology as the 915D driver, taking advantage of their Active Recoil Channel, Ultra Thin Face, High MOI, and Precision Fit System. What you get is a smaller, all-black, pear-shaped head with less offset when compared to the 915H. Add in a quality shaft from Mitsubishi and the 915Hd offers the consumer nothing but high-end components like all Titleist products do.
Who’s it for?
The 915Hd with its smaller head shape, minimal offset and lower spin rate will raise the eyebrows of the high-speed, high-launch players that are looking for a lower launch angle and spin rate from their hybrids.
Looking at the 915Hd really instills the feeling of a player’s hybrid to me. Clean, compact with very little offset scream knock me onto a Par 5 please! My ball flight was lower than the 915H, but not by much. The feel was super solid, and the sound created that nice and crisp click enjoyed many players. With the Precision Fit System, I was able to go into my favored open face and flatter lie setup. I also loved the feel of the Mitsubishi shaft, which performed fantastically for me. Both the 915H and 915Hd are wonderful hybrids.
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