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910 D2 settings

Chas

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Just acquired a 910 D2 12* off of ebay. To get the most loft and to close the face a tad (I sometimes push the ball right, I am right handed, otherwise I have the line) is B3 a good place to start?
 

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anonymous golfaholic

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Just acquired a 910 D2 12* off of ebay. To get the most loft and to close the face a tad (I sometimes push the ball right, I am right handed, otherwise I have the line) is B3 a good place to start?
The diagram that I posted is for a 10.5* head. The B3 setting on the 12* head will be 13.5*.
 
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Hi Anon, thank you for the post. Yes, 13.5. And B3 would close the head a bit? It wouldn't be A4 to close, correct?
 

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Hi Anon, thank you for the post. Yes, 13.5. And B3 would close the head a bit? It wouldn't be A4 to close, correct?
Yes, I think you want the B3 setting. I don't think the head is technically closed at that setting, just more upright, which can tilt the balls spin axis so that it draws. The adjustability with the Titleist woods is more for fitting than correcting a slice or hook.
 

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