Weight for Titleist 910

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By Selma R

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  1. Selma R

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    Hi There!

    My husband bought a new driver and gave me his Titleist 910. He has a black 12 gram weight on it, which is too heavy for me...

    Is it possible to send me a 7gr and a 5gr weights, so I can try them on? I tried to buy them online, but I could not find them.

    Thanks!

  2. 0 Posts

    If Titleist does not still offer these head weights, I just did a quick Google search and found these Titleist 910 weights from the reliable company GolfWorks.


    www.golfworks.com/.../
  3. Jerry M
    Dallas, TX

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    Try looking in your area for a Titleist Thursday fitting event. Perhaps they can assist you in your dilemma.
  4. Dale V
    Escondido, CA

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    I don't think you will have too much luck finding them as this driver has been out of production for quite a while. My suggestion would be to take it to a golf repair facility and have the old one ground down to the weight you prefer. Hopefully you can get a shaft that works for you too and get some use out of this club until you get your new Titleist TS driver for Christmas.
  5. Don O
    Madison, WI

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    One of the concierges can confirm that 910 weights are not likely available for a pro shop to order through Titleist, and e-bay didn't list any. Besides the swing weight, it would not be common for the shaft length/weight/flex and loft of the head to be optimal for most females when originally set up for a male player. Any Titleist driver is a great present if it fits.
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    Selma, I have two 5 gram weights and a 9 gram weight that will fit your 910.

    If you are interested, pm me with your address and I will mail them too you free of charge. I have no use for them since I have the 917. I loved the 910’s, the 913 and 915 couldn’t get it out of my hands!! Tom
  7. Dennis B
    Mississauga, ON

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    Hi Selma R. You could try EBay.
  8. Todd S
    Beavercreek, OH

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    I would look on eBay for those weights. But I'm guessing that the shaft is to heavy also so if I were you I would not mess with it.
  9. 0 Posts

    Hi Selma, Don is right - we have not had those weights in quite some time, but it sounds like you are in luck as it looks like Tom has a couple of 5's which might work well for you.

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