About Titleist Drivers
Shortly after Tiger Woods burst onto the professional golf scene in 1996, he signed the largest endorsement deal in golf history with Nike, but he refused to stop using his trusty Titleist driver on the green. The Acushnet Company started making Titleist golf balls in the 1930s, and after they skyrocketed to popularity, Titleist drivers were the weapon of choice to whack them off the tee. The company's top of the line Titleist 910 D3 driver comes with an innovative system that allows the golfer to adjust the lie and loft to fit any size golfer and any shape of golf swing. The first week that Titleist D3 drivers were available on the Professional Golfer's Association tour, more than three dozen pros played with them in the very next tournament. You can count on experienced sellers on eBay to help you pick out new or used classic Titleist clubs to best fit your game.