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I recently brought a Titleist 910d2 with the Diamana ahina shaft, I noticed on the Titleist website that the recommended weight with the ahina shaft is D4 which I believe is a 9 gram, however the weight on my driver is a 7 gram which is D3 I think. I was just wondering what difference this makes to the drivers performance?, and also is it worth changing to the D4 weight?
Many thanks for any response. Jack
The standard weight for a 910D2 with an Ahina shaft (assuming it is a stock club, rather than a custom club) is 7g and this will give a D4 swingweight.
Were it a custom club, which had either a longer or shorter shaft specified, then the weight would be adjusted wither side of the 7g standard to achieve the desired swingweight.
Hope this helps.
Thanks for the reply, I did buy it as a stock club, by the way I love the feeling and distance from the club, its superb