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Dent on driver head

JKissoon

Is there a way to repair a dent on a driver head? I bought a brand new 915D2 in May. I topped a ball this weekend and I noticed there is now a dent near the toe of the driver.

Will this affect its performance?

6 Replies

  1. Barry S

    The dent should not affect the performance, but unfortunately, no matter how big or small it is, you yourself will always notice it.
  2. JKissoon

    Barry S

    The dent should not affect the performance, but unfortunately, no matter how big or small it is, you yourself will always notice it.

    Thanks. I hope it doesn't. Knowing its there, when I hit a bad drive its in my mind thinking that could be the reason. I know its me but easier to blame the dent lol.
  3. PAZTOR

    I have scratch on the top of my 910h from teeing it up too high and getting underneath it. It was very distracting so I coloured it in with a sharpie and now I hardly notice it. A dent on the other hand would be much harder to cover up. I would suggest taking it in to a repair shop or sending it in to Titleist for repair.
  4. JKissoon

    I went out and bought a 917D2, the 915 will now be a collection in my back up set at the cottage.
  5. Mitch D

    JKissoon

    I went out and bought a 917D2, the 915 will now be a collection in my back up set at the cottage.

    Congrats on the new addition to the bag. You will no doubt enjoy the performance that you get out of your new 917 D2 driver. Hopefully you'll be escaping somewhere warm this winter to put it in action!

    Cheers,
    Mitch D
    Team Titleist Canada
  6. JKissoon

    JKissoon

    I went out and bought a 917D2, the 915 will now be a collection in my back up set at the cottage.

    I don't think I'll be able to go anywhere this winter as I had a baby this year and have family coming here for Christmas. Looks like i'll be using it in the indoor simulators.

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