The lowdown on Titleist's new 913F fairway woods

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Steve Pelisek, Titleist’s general manager, on the key features of the 913F and F.d fairways

Classic looks

“We’d rather focus on moving the CG back, we don’t think moveable weight technology is that effective so why bother making the sacrifice in the inherent design of the club.”

Lower spin

“From the 910 the CG is closer to the neutral axis with the launch rates pretty similar but the spin is quite a bit lower – there’s more speed in the 913 and a pretty significant distance gain. The F is more forgiving than the low spin F.d, both pretty neutral in terms of the draw bias. This will be the major seller of the two.”
"The F is more forgiving than the low spin F.d, both pretty neutral in terms of the draw bias." – Steve Pelisek
Shorter hosel

“The 913 has a shorter hosel to get the weight down and reduce the spin. You need to get it launched with a ‘boring trajectory’. Unlike the driver where you can switch the shaft from your 910, you can’t with the fairway or hybrid. This has a different SFT mechanism.”


Key facts and figures

SRPs: 913F & F.d £215

913F lofts: 13.5, 15, 17, 19 & 21˚

913F.d lofts: 13.5 & 15˚

• Read our review of the new Titleist fairway woods here
• Read our review of the new Titleist 913H hybrids here

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