Titleist 909H Fairway Woods

Titleist 909H Fairway Woods 

DESCRIPTION

PERFORMANCE YOU CAN BELIEVE IN.

The Titleist 909H is a progressive line of hybrids that delivers optimum launch and spin through the lofts.

The 909H features a tour proven, modern profile that creates a deeper CG for greater stability. The larger head with a longer face of the 909H provides confidence and forgiveness.

Each 909H is constructed with a precision cast 17-4 Stainless Steel body and 455 Carpenter Steel face insert for a lively feel and increased ball speed. The size, shape, offset, and CG location progress through the lofts to provide the proper ball flight, workability, and trajectory control.

The factory installed SureFit Swingweight Screw helps to position the CG deep while also providing a precise head to shaft match.

USER REVIEWS

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[Sep 02, 2010]
UFtoner
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Titleist 909H

I purchased this to replace a 3 iron (~225-230 yd range). After going to Edwin Watts, they informed me that they didn't have a demo to hit, so relying on reviews I purchased it anyway. I am beyond satisfied with my purchase. I hit the ball high, so I was afraid about losing distace. however, this club is the perfect balance of height and power. I am able to get it up quick and land it soft while keeping my desired distance.It is a bit more pricey than other hybrids out there, but it's well worth it.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[May 03, 2010]
4spitz
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: 909H

Purchased a 909H to replace 3 iron. Switched all my equipment from Ping to Titliest, and this Hybrid is easier to hit than the Ping G10, although I am a 4 handicap so it should be easy I guess. This club sits very square, no offset to speak of which provides confidence at set up. Titleist has did a nice job here as the ball explodes off the face. Mid handicapers can hit this club easily.
One complaint is the headcover is a joke. The previous version 585H headcover with sock to protect shaft was much better.
Bit expensive but a quality club.

Customer Service

Not used, but when ordering Titleist is VERY VERY slow to fill orders.

Similar Products Used:

Ping G10

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Oct 06, 2009]
phikapopp
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Titleist 909H 21*

I've been unable to even look at a hybrid since their inception, but since I'm playing less and less recently, I am struggling with hitting any irons longer than a 4.
So I gave a few hybrids a try and it didn't take long at all for me to settle on the Titleist w/ stiff Voodoo shaft. It's gorgeous, feels solid and most importantly is VERY consistent on distance. I play w/ a 5wood and this hybrid bridges the gap between that and my 4iron perfectly.
I wouldn't recommend this club for everyone, though. If you can find the center of the clubface regularly, go for it. The shot result you get out of this club is congruent to quality of your swing.
Steep price, but worth it.
Oh, and the headcover is sorta tough to put on!

Customer Service

n/a

Similar Products Used:

Ping i15, Taylor Made R7

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[Jul 14, 2009]
slw0266
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: 909H 17*

Bought 17* with voodoo regular shaft, absolutely sweet. Long mid trajectory, perfect for long par 4's and not so long par 5's. Certainly not difficult to hit for mid handicapper such as I. Good build quality and performance.

Customer Service

never used.

Similar Products Used:

burner hybrid, G10 & Rapture hybrids.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jul 01, 2009]
jbone1109
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: 909h 19*

I bought this club so i can go for the pin when i'm 235-250 yds away and not fly the green with my 3 wood. It definately filled my gap and the feel is undescribable. It is very easy to work the ball and has enough forgiveness on slight miss hits to still keep you handy. It's a little pricy but is worth the money for its quality.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jun 22, 2009]
Trus
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Titleist 909H Hybrid

This club is not for a mid to high handicap player (9 or lower)... It sits square and has very little offset (forgiveness) and can be easily hooked with an aggressive swing... with that said like every hybrid I have ever played it just takes a little practice and getting use to.

As for feel and play... when well struck the clubs performance is the top of the line you would expect from Titleist. As an avid golfer I would have to say that Titleist has finally started to make clubs for all players and the 909H is a step in the right direction... I know this club is much easier to hit than the previous models.

Customer Service

Only issue is at $200 dollars retail there should not be an up charge for shafts.

Similar Products Used:

Nike, Taylormade, Cobra, Mizuno

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Jun 21, 2009]
31648
Scratch Golfer
Model Reviewed: Titleist 909H 21* and 24*

I included these in my new set replacing the 3 & 4 irons. I went with the Diamana 80 stiff shaft. These are so good I'll probably never hit another 3 or 4 iron again. But you never know. Both clubs get the ball up in the air and distance is very consistent.

Customer Service

Very nice

Similar Products Used:

Hogan CFT, Cleveland Halo, Cobra, Sonartec

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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