915 Weight Color Codes

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By Daniel H

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  1. Daniel H

    Daniel H
    Chicago, IL

    Does anyone know if the color codes for the metal weights are the same as 913? I think they changed from 910 to 913. Thanks

  2. Rob K

    Rob K
    Oshawa, ON

    Good morning Daniel,

    The weights for the 915's are 4 (white), 7 (green), 9 (red), 11 (blue), and 14 (black)

    Hope this info helps,

    Rob

  3. Where can a weight kit for the 915 be obtained? m tanner
  4. You can order a 915 weight kit through any authorized Titleist pro shop.  At this time, they are expected to ship mid to end of January.  If you are ordering a 915 metalwood, you can always specify the swingweight or bezel weight (within tolerance) and there is no upcharge.  It makes it a custom order, but custom orders will generally ship within 3-5 days.

  5. Matt B

    Matt B
    Columbus, OH

    does this mean my recent 915 custom order may not come in as specified?
  6. jm.thome

    jm.thome
    Richmond, BC

    Can I ask for a 913 weight kit... for free?

  7. Mike K

    Mike K
    N. Liberty, Indiana

    Sure can don't mean you're getting it though! lol!!
  8. Is there a 2g weight available for custom order?

    Thanks!

  9. Luigi D said:

    Is there a 2g weight available for custom order?

    Thanks!

     
    There are only 4,7,9,11 and 14 gram weights available for the 913 and the 915 metalwoods.
  10. Cathi,

    I just cut my Black Rogue shaft down to 44.5" on my 915 D3, which weight should I put in it to balance that out?

    Thanks,

  11. Hi Jason, You would use a 14 gram black weight to get it back to standard swingweight.

  12. Would it affect distance to not have a weight in 

  13. Don O

    Don O
    Madison, WI

    Not directly. You won't feel the head as much since it is lighter than using a stock 9g. You may have more/less off center hits. You do want to at least put the screw back in so that the head doesn't accumulate moisture or dirt on the inside. Swing weight is a personal preference, high or low.
  14. Cathi, what about shortening down to 44"? Would that plus the 14g weight still be too much of a difference in feel?l from factory 45" with Red weight?

  15. Derek S said:

    Cathi, what about shortening down to 44"? Would that plus the 14g weight still be too much of a difference in feel?l from factory 45" with Red weight?

    If you shorten it 1", and use a 14 gram weight (instead of the 9 gram), using the same grip, the club will still be 2-3 swingweights lighter than at 45". 

  16. If you shorten a club 1" you must add 6 grams to have a consistent swing weight with the club length you originally had
  17. Hi Cathi, I just cut my Blueboard shaft down to 42.5" on my 915F 3 wood, which weight should I put in it to balance that out? I use the MCC +4 grips on my clubs.

    Black weight again?

    Thanks,
  18. Hi Jason, Yes - a black weight would be the ticket..:)
  19. I have a 20 gram weight for my 913 titleist driver.
  20. Robert N O

    Robert N O
    Hilo, HI

    In addition, does anybody know what changing the weight will do to ball flight.

  21. Bubba

    Bubba
    Providence, RI

    Robert N O said:

    In addition, does anybody know what changing the weight will do to ball flight.

    Hi Robert, 

    Changing the weights will not effect ball flight. They are designed to offer players the ability to find the correct swing weight, or slightly adjust the feel. 

    Thanks.

    Bubba

  22. Dallas S

    Dallas S
    Dayton, OH

    I was fitted into a 915 D3 with Diamana White D+ 70x tipped 1" but was recommended a playing length of 44.75" which I know lowers swing weight. I also plan on using a Golf Pride BCT Cord 58 ribbed grip (heavier than the test grip) and want the swing weight to remain close to the 45" club I tested with the stock grip. Should I order the blue or black weight for my club?
  23. Would changing the weight to a lighter one move the CG forward and reduce spin?
    Thanks
    Brian
  24. Recently bought a used 915h with a black rogue 85h when I got home I noticed it had a blue 11g weight is that the stock weight for this club and shaft or should I change it to red9g?
  25. does the 7 gran red circle come in the standard 3 wood? If so would want to change swing weight from D2 to D3 or 4 and purchase the blue or black
  26. Mel C

    Mel C
    Surprise, AZ

    Does the color of the weights reflect the overall swingweight of the club ? I think the standard is red which is 7 grams. Is this a D2 or D3 swingweight ? Also what would be the effect of reshafting the club with a shaft 1/2 inch longer ?

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