The Titleist 915 D2 driver is the most forgiving Titleist driver to date, but it still maintains the classic characteristics that have created the brand's loyal following.
With its 460cc club head, wide variety of stock shaft options, and updated technology, the Titleist 915D2 driver will definitely be a top performer for the average golfer willing to invest at the top end of the market.
I mentioned earlier that I was testing the Titleist 915D2 driver using the Aldila Rogue shaft, and it certainly had an impact on the performance of the club. I found that the 915D2 was easily one of the most forgiving drivers I've ever hit. On mishits, I was seeing minimal loss of speed and results similar to my good shots. Paired with the Rogue shaft, I was hitting my tee shots with a low launch angle and getting significant roll out. Once again, I'd be interested to see how I performed with the 915D2 if it was properly suited to me, because I really felt like I was leaving yards behind due to low launch.
The club face was certainly hot from the new Active Recoil Channel, but I struggled to get the ball in the air. Do I think the 915D2 is likely a top contender for a pretty wide range of golfers? Sure, but to really see what this driver can do, I'm going to have to find more time to tinker with pairing the right shaft and finding the proper Surefit adaptor settings.