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Titleist 915H Hybrid Review

Updated on May 13, 2016

On this page you’ll find our detailed assessment of the Titleist 915H Hybrid, the pros and cons, and a side-by-side comparison with other hybrids we have recently reviewed.

We reviewed the Titleist 915H Hybrid as part of our Best Golf Hybrids Review (click here).

If you already own the Titleist 915H Hybrid please leave your review in the customer review box at the end of this article.

Titleist 915H Hybrid

Our Assessment 

If you are a low handicap player and serious about the game then this is a good option. Such a quality brand Titleist and I’ve yet to hear many people complain about it. Just accept that this hybrid is not a ‘game improvement’ offering, but rather one that will offer versatility, workability and distance.

The ARC technology also aids in maximizing ball speed and lowering spin off the lower part of the clubface, which is where most better players miss their strikes. Stunning in terms of aesthetics and undoubtedly one of the best lookers we've seen.

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Pros

  • Stunning piece from the quality brand that is Titleist
  • Tremendous versatility and workability primarily due to the Sure-fit hosel
  • Good distance off center strikes and shot dispersion is tight regardless of where you strike it off the clubface

Cons

  • Not so forgiving on off center strikes in terms of distance
  • Feel and sound isn’t phenomenal. Only center strikes give great feel and reasonable feedback

Key Facts

Features

Details

Launch RRP

From $249.00

Gender

Mens

Handicap Range

Low

Hand Availability

Right & Left Hand

Lie

58° – 59.5°

Swing Weight

D1

Lofts

18°, 21°, 24°, 27°

Length

39″ – 40.5″

Shaft Type and Name

Aldila Rogue Black or Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana

Grip

Titleist Tour Velvet

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Titleist 915H Hybrid Detailed Review

Design & Appearance

A really solid looking hybrid that is stereotypically Titleist. Solid black with predominantly glossy finish, particularly on the crown.

The 915H sits beautifully at address with it almost looking slightly open at the toe. It’s nicely balanced shape-wise right around the clubhead and looks a lot better than it’s sibling the 913H.

The Active Recoil Channel (aka ARC) is a standout feature of the 915H and is positioned on the sole just behind the clubface.

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Image Credit: Official Titleist Image

Build Quality

As mentioned above the ARC is a great feature of the 915H and aids in allowing the lower part of the clubface to flex more at impact and subsequently provide longer distance and less spin.

A thinner Carpenter Steel face that is 2.1mm thin right across the hitting area assists with increasing ball speed at impact.

The Sure-Fit adjustable hosel is a great feature and allows you to vary the loft of the club by up to a degree either way.

Last, but not least is the high MOI & low CG design  which delivers stability and ball speed preserving forgiveness. Albeit if only for the lower handicap player anyway.

Control & Feel

There seems to be a tie-in with the older style of Titleist clubs in this aspect. The sound is slightly old school and almost quiet at impact.

Also a touch on the tingy side. The feel is good out the center of the club, but starts to feel dead towards the heel and toe. Another sign that if you’re a higher handicap player or just not a great ball striker – look elsewhere for a hybrid that will help you!

If you’re a good ball striker though you’ll appreciate the feedback on off-center strikes as well as obviously the shots out the meat of the club.

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Image Credit: Official Titleist Image

Performance

Playability is absolutely top drawer with this baby. Any shape you want and you’re able to get out of almost any poor lie you may have too.

On your good days, you are going to feel so confident with the 915H and the ball won’t be tailing too far off line at all.

Distance is another positive. Now, I’ve heard from a small number of others that the 915H isn’t long, but I can assure you it is long when striking it out the center.

We picked up some good yards compared to our current hybrids that are in the bag (no names mentioned!). If you’re not getting more distance out of this club then either it’s your ball striking, which isn’t reliable to test on.

Or it’s the loft/lie setting that you have that is potentially hindering your maximum potential.

Now even though distance is affected on mis-hits, your misses will be a lot straighter than your current hybrid. This is due to the ARC flexing the lower section of the clubface and reducing both the side spin and backspin at impact.

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Image Credit: Official Titleist Image

Value for Money

If you are a low handicap player and serious about the game then this is a good option. Such a quality brand Titleist and I’ve yet to hear many people complain about it.

Just accept that this hybrid is not a ‘game improvement’ offering, but rather one that will offer versatility, workability and distance.

The ARC technology also aids in maximizing ball speed and lowering spin off the lower part of the clubface, which is where most better players miss their strikes.

If you’re a higher handicapper and just love the look of the Titleist 915H, we hate to say it but rather opt for something like the Ping 30 Hybrid that will definitely help you lower your handicap over time.

About the author 

Michael Todt

Mike fell in love with the game from a very early age – a passion that hasn’t diminished ever since. He earned provincial colors throughout his junior years, but by the time he reached Varsity, the realization set in (thanks largely to some cold ales) that it was time to favor the pen rather than his clubs. He now writes for GA along with a few other sources.

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