Titleist 915 Driver Adjustment Guide + (CHART)


Is the Titleist 915 driver adjustable?

Yes, the Titleist 915 driver is adjustable. You can adjust the driver by removing the head of the hosel and aligning the settings with the two rings according to your preferences.

Once you are finished aligning the settings, tighten the head back on the hosel of the Titleist 915 driver.

 

Is the Titleist 915 driver good?

Yes, the Titleist 915 driver is good. Its D2 variant has an extra gear that is capable of producing a loud shot every time. It is a very forgiving driver and offers you the best feeling at the time of impact. There is enough manoeuvrability that makes it suitable for low handicappers.

 

Titleist 915 driver specs

Loft  (°)

Lie (°)

Length

Dexterity

Swing Weight

7.5

58.5

45”

Right Hand only

D2

8.5

58.5

45”

Right Hand/ Left Hand

D2

9.5

58.5

45”

Right Hand/ Left Hand

D2

10.5

58.5

45”

Right Hand/ Left Hand

D2

12

58.5

45”

Right Hand/ Left Hand

D2

 

Other features of Titleist 915 drivers are given as follows.

 

Active Recoil Channel

The driver has a wide sole channel that delivers a little extra distance and launches the ball from the clubface with less spin and high speed.

 

Radial Speed Face

The relatively thin perimeter and thick center in the toe and heel of the driver help in achieving more distance while performing off-center hits.

 

High Moment of Inertia Design

The moment of inertia of this driver is distributed in such a way that it has a deep and low center of gravity, which renders ball speed without any compromise on the forgiveness.

 

SureFit Tour Hosel

The 16 combinations of lie and loft provided by Titleist 915 driver are sure to provide you the most comfortable fit.

 

Premium Shafts

The premium quality shafts provide high performance while helping to maximize timing and speed at the same time.

 

Solid feel and sound

The quality of feel and sound of this driver is good because of the high quality acoustic engineering used in its design.

 

Titleist 915 driver adjustment

 

How do I adjust my Titleist 915 driver?

You can adjust your Titleist 915 driver by using the accompanying wrench and adjusting its hosel to the desired setting.

Follow the steps given below to adjust your Titleist 915 driver.

  1. Take off the head of the driver by turning the Titleist wrench in the anticlockwise direction and loosening the screw on the clubhead of the driver.
  2. Adjust the settings of the sleeve and the ring to get the desired combination of lie and loft angles.
  3. Place the head back on the driver and start tightening it by turning the wrench in the opposite direction until it clicks once. The clicking sound is a confirmation that enough torque has been applied to the wrench to tighten the screw.

 

Golfers find that their overall distance gets reduced when the loft is raised but the launch is higher. However, with a lowered loft, the launch is lower but the overall distance is increased.

 

Titleist 915 driver adjustment chart

Right-handed Titleist 915 driver with 9.5°loft

Ring Combination

Loft (9.5° Driver)

Lie (58.5°)

Position

A1

(Standard) 9.5°

(Standard) 58.5°

Neutral

A2

(Standard) 9.5°

(+1.5°) 60°

Upright

A3 (Most Draw)

(+1.5) 11°

(+1.5°) 60°

Upright

A4

(+1.5) 11°

(Standard) 58.5°

Neutral

B1

(Standard) 9.5°

(-0.75°) 57.75°

Flat

B2

(Standard) 9.5°

(+0.75°) 59.25°

Upright

B3

(+1.5°) 11°

(+0.75°) 59.25°

Upright

B4

(+1.5°) 11°

(-0.75°) 57.75°

Flat

C1 (Most Fade)

(-0.75°) 8.75°

(-0.75°) 57.75°

Flat

C2

(-0.75°) 8.75°

(+0.75°) 59.25°

Upright

C3

(+0.75°) 10.25°

(+0.75°) 59.25°

Upright

C4

(+0.75°) 10.25°

(-0.75°) 57.75°

Flat

D1

(-0.75°) 8.75°

(Standard) 58.5°

Neutral

D2

(-0.75°) 8.75°

(+1.5°) 60°

Upright

D3

(+0.75°) 10.25°

(+1.5°) 60°

Upright

D4

(+0.75°) 10.25°

(Standard) 58.5°

Neutral

 

Left-handed Titleist 915 driver with 9.5°loft

Ring Combination

Loft (9.5° Driver)

Lie (58.5°)

Position

A1

(+0.75°) 10.25°

(Standard) 58.5°

Neutral

A2

(+0.75°) 10.25°

(+1.5°) 60°

Upright

A3

(-0.75°) 8.75°

(+1.5°) 60°

Upright

A4

(-0.75°) 8.75°

(Standard) 58.5°

Neutral

B1

(+0.75°) 10.25°

(-0.75°)57.75°

Flat

B2

(+0.75°) 10.25°

(+0.75°) 59.25°

Upright

B3

(-0.75°) 8.75°

(+0.75°) 59.25°

Upright

B4 (Most Fade)

(-0.75°) 8.75°

(-0.75°)57.75°

Flat

C1

(+1.5°) 11°

(-0.75°)57.75°

Flat

C2

(+1.5°) 11°

(+0.75°) 59.25°

Upright

C3

(Standard) 9.5°

(+0.75°) 59.25°

Upright

C4

(Standard) 9.5°

(-0.75°)57.75°

Flat

D1

(+1.5°) 11°

(Standard) 58.5°

Neutral

D2 (Most Draw)

(+1.5°) 11°

(+1.5°) 60°

Upright

D3

(Standard) 9.5°

(+1.5°) 60°

Upright

D4

(Standard) 9.5°

(Standard) 58.5°

Neutral

 

Titleist 915 driver weight adjustment settings

The weight adjustments in Titleist 915 driver club are greatly helpful in getting the most out of the game. There is a vast array of weights varying from 8 grams to 16 grams. These weights play a key role in determining the center of gravity of the driver. Here’s how you can adjust the weights in the Titleist 915 driver.

  • Select the weights that you would like to insert in the driver. There are two versions of the weights. One is the neutral version and the other is a Draw/Fade version.

The neutral version of the weight is balanced evenly at both ends whereas the Draw/Fade has one heavy end and one light end. The “+” symbol on the weights indicates the heavy end and the “-“ symbol represents the light end.

  • Insert the preferred weight in the driver in the desired position.
  • Tighten the weights using the same wrench that you would use to adjust the hosel of the driver. This secures the weight in place.

 

How to adjust a Titleist 915 D2 driver?

The Titleist 915 D2 driver has a 460 cc head with a low center of gravity. It is a forgiving driver and is ideal for a draw. This driver picks up 250 rpm more spin as compared to its D3 counterpart. Here’s how you can adjust a Titleist 915 D2 driver.

  1. Loosen the screw from the top of the clubhead. To do this, insert the wrench into the screw situated on the clubhead above the hosel. Start turning the wrench clockwise and let the head come off.
  2. Adjust the sleeve and ring on the hosel based on the desired setting. The ring and sleeve have four settings to offer a total of 16 combinations of the lie and loft.
  3. Tighten the head until you hear a clicking sound. To do this, put the wrench inside the screwhead once again and turn it in the reverse direction.

Increasing the loft sets the driver for a draw while lowering it paves way for a fade. Similarly, raising the lie angle will make it upright and cause a hook.

 

How to adjust a Titleist 915 D3 driver?

The Titleist 915 D3 driver has a small head of 440cc size. It offers a lower spin and doesn’t have any draw bias. Follow the steps given below to adjust a Titleist 915 D3 driver.

  1. Remove the head of the club by loosening the screws using the wrench that came with the driver.
  2. Align the desired sleeve and the ring markings with the white dot marked on the hosel to get the preferred loft and lie angle combination.
  3. Insert the wrench into the screw and start tightening it. Stop the turning when there is a click sound as this indicates that enough torque has been applied to tighten the screw.

When the loft increases, players encounter an open clubface and more spin. On the other hand, decreasing the loft helps them have a closed clubface with less spin.

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