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well, today i played my first round of golf in half a year, excluding my three rounds during the new years. those don't count, i wasn't ready. my usual excuse. but anyway, i picked up my titleist 983E and was happy to find out i can still hit the sucker. drove the ball 300 yards in a couple holes and hit it around 275 on average, despite a windy day. my short irons is a whole different story and i realised that's the bit i've lost most. back to the drivers, i'm quite happy with this titanium beauty and decided to write something about it. to my surprise i find a new Titleist driver on the website and replaced my (rather new) 983E. Before this driver i used the 975D 6.5 degrees for a few years and loved it. i can't hit it like i used to, due to the lack of practice, but back in college days that was my money club. well, i've included the "old" 983E and the new 905T for comparisons. from the looks of things, it's pretty much the same, but when you go into details it's a whole new beast. i can't really be bothered by the jargon they post up, "sole plug, dynamic loft, beta titaniu, thin sole plate, low CG, whatever" but it's still the classic pear profile which i've grown to love on both the 983 and 975. all i know is... this thing is 400cc's! that's crazy, but then which club maker doesn't have a 400cc now a days. i can't pretend to know how large is too large, but i'm satisfied with my drivers so far. i say, if you suck anyway, the club ain't goin to help. so i'm sticking to my 983E, it's tried and true, and in my average of 1 round per 3 months.. it won't matter anyway. if i ever get my hands on those clubs i'll have to see how they compare, but in the mean time, check them out at www.titleist.com.
lastly, the 2005 Masters is really heating up, Tiger's 3rd round come back was amazing. let's see how the final round holds up. [equipbug]

the NEW 905T 9.5degrees

the tour proven 983E 9.5degrees
photos courtesy of www.edwinwatts.com and www.titleist.com
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