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Titleist 913D3 Graphite Driver

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $58.50
Mid: $68.82
High: $79.15

Next update: 5/29/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $116.99
Mid: $137.64
High: $158.29

Next update: 5/29/16

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• 445cc traditional pear shaped head design for maximum workability and no ball flight bias under the standard setting.
• Dial-in launch and spin settings perfectly using the SureFit Tour hosel system.
• Forged, variable thickness face insert.
• Low, flat sole profile and new flat SureFit Tour weight on the rear sole optimizes center of gravity for forgiveness.
• More powerful sound at impact.
Headquartered in Fairhaven, Massachusetts Titleist’s mission is to serve the needs of the serious and recreational golfer. Titleist offers a full golf equipment product line including drivers, fairways, irons, Vokey wedges, utility irons and Scotty Cameron Putters. Titleist is also an extremely strong leader in the golf ball market. Titleist is well represented on the PGA TOUR as well as most international competitive tours. Titleist, along with Pinnacle, and FootJoy brands, together comprise Acushnet Company, which is an operating company of Fila Korea, Ltd., the owner of the Fila brand globally, and Mirae Asset Private Equity.

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The variable-thickness face insert is designed to promote ball-speed consistency across a larger area of the face. It's also lighter and thinner than the 910 models for better speed on mis-hits. Both clubs have a dual-ring adjustable hosel so loft and lie angle can be changed independently. The more forgiving D2 features a slight draw bias, and the D3's compact shape (445 cubic centimeters) is made to improve workability.
"Explosive yet soft." ... "A perfect combination of sound and feel. A quiet beast."
"You hear the golf ball at impact, not the club--classic."
Perhaps Titleist drivers endure because they appear to have been engineered by da Vinci and drawn by Rembrandt.
Adjustability that needs a guidebook is so last decade.

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