Ready to make the leap to Titleist 915 drivers? First, you need to make a few decisions to ensure that you get the most out of your club. From driver model to grips, there are many ways to make your new driver your own. One of the most important, yet most confusing choices, is which Titleist 915 driver shafts you should use with your new driver.
A swing test at your local pro shop can help you choose between common models. But if you’re looking at used golf clubs online you may need a little guidance. Here’s our take on the most common stock Titleist 915 driver shafts.
Aldila Rogue Black 7o
This shaft comes in a 74.5-gram weight with a 3.3-degree torque, producing a mid ball flight with excellent control. The light weight of the Graphitic carbon fibers adds exceptional feel and consistency.
Aldila Rogue Silver 60
The Silver 60 weighs in at 69 or 72 grams with a greater degree of torque at 3.4 or 3.1 degrees. This aerospace grade shaft produces low to mid ball flight.
Mitsubishi Diamana D+ White 70
Diamana D+ White 70 shafts belong on the opposite end of normal play from the Rogue series shafts. With a 71-gram or 73-gram weight, 3.2 or 3.1 degrees of torque and low ball launch angle, this shaft is best for players with fast swings and decent control.
Mitsubishi Diamana S+ Blue 60
The Diamana S+ Blue 60 is one of two shafts available for 915 drivers. It appears in weights of 60 or 61 grams, with 5.3 or 4.4 grams of torque. These shafts deliver mid launch angles with a mid balance point and are ideal for players with average swing speed.
Mitsubishi Diamana M+ Red 50
With a weight of 49, 51, or 52 grams and torque angles of 6.8, 6.3, or 5.6 degrees, the M+ Red 50 has some the highest torque angle and lowest weight of any of the standard shaft offerings. This shaft is a good place to start if you’re just getting into or back at the game of golf.
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