With the wide use of fairway woods, we know that usually there are 3 woods in a complete set which is #3, #4 and #5 wood. However, some brands may only have #3 and #5 wood. And usually, one brand series would only promote one series fairway wood. But Titleist does not the same. As you can see the difference on Titelist 915 series. They released 2 915 series woods, they are called Titleist 915F Fairway Wood and Titleist 915 FD Fairway Wood.
Like both the Titleist 915 D2 Driver and Titleist 915 D3 Driver, the 915F and 915 Fd feature the brand new ARC (Active Recoil Channel) on the sole, but this time, in a much more forward position than the driver. The ARC also curves itself round the full length of the face, unlike its big brother.
ARC is all about promoting lower spin and more speed. With Active Recoil Channel in place, Titleist is able to achieve more consistent spin and speed across the face. It’s deep, long and forward positioned in the fairway woods to maximise effectiveness and help control the spin.
In terms of appearance, it’s interesting to note how Titleist has made the F heads a little larger than the Fd this time around. The Titleist 915 F Fairway Wood for sale features a full pear profile and the 915 Fd is now a more traditonal pear shape.
Testing out the new Titleist 915 F Fairway Wood in a brand new offering of 16.5-degree, I instantly realised the effectiveness of ARC, particularly in terms of lowering spin and adding distance to my game. Not only had I seen ARC in action ten minutes previous with the Titleist 915 D3 Driver for sale, but perhaps even more so with the fairway wood.
Another improvement away from shot data, is the sound and feel of this product. For me, it’s a little purer sounding than before. This has much to do with the thinner high strength carpenter steel face. And you will find that Titleist spent a lot of time working on the sound of the new 915 woods. So, both of the 2 fairway woods would be good choice for you.