The Titleist 910H hybrids were designed around two key features: a unique adjustable hosel system and a larger head that has a high moment of inertia (MOI).
The SureFit Tour adjustable hosel system in the 910H line is the same as in the 910 drivers and fairway woods. It allows golfers to independently change the club’s loft and lie angle by unscrewing the head and changing the settings of two rings. Players can add up to 1.5 degrees of loft or de-loft by .75 degrees. The clubs can also be made up to 1.5 degrees more upright or .75 degrees flat. Titleist includes a chart that shows all 16 available settings to make finding the ideal position easier.
The 910H is available in four lofts — 17, 19, 21, 24 and 27 degrees — and the center of gravity location is different in each club. To achieve the ideal ball flight, Titleist shifted the center of gravity forward as loft was added. This should make the 17- and 19-degree models easier to hit high in the air while helping players avoid shots that fly too high with the 24- and 27-degrees clubs.
The 910H features a head that is larger than its predecessor, the 909H, especially in the toe area. This added volume, along with a weight plug positioned in the sole, increases the 910H’s MOI, so it should resist twisting on off-center hits and be more forgiving than previously released Titleist hybrids. The company also says that the 910H hybrids spin less and create more ball speed than their 909 counterparts.
The 910H hybrids cost $259 when they were released.