915CFE Titanium Drivers in RH Offset and Left Hand Non-Offset Offer High Performance and  Full Game Improvement

  • Mid- to semi-deep center of gravity position offers normal trajectory for each loft and size.
  • Forged 10-2-3 beta-titanium variable thickness face construction increases face deflection away from the geometric center of the face for better ball speed on off-center hits.
  • All 915CFE heads designed with variable thickness face to ensure consistent launch angle and superb off-center hit performance.
  • Full round profile shape for higher MOI contributes to the off center hit forgiveness of the variable thickness beta-titanium face.
  • Available in non-offset LH design in 11 and 14 lofts;  In RH offset design in 11 and 14 lofts.
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Jason J
2 years ago

I was fitted years ago with a 915CFE and have always loved it. My shaft was a Wishon 9TQC S flex. Do you have the specifics on that shaft? CPMs, torque, etc?

2 years ago

I’ve just got hold of a 915 head and fitted it too a True Temper A shaft cut to 43.5 inch, I swing driver at 80-85mph and am worried I’ve cut it too short and the swing weight will be too light, would this be correct?

Jeff Fones
6 years ago

Is the 915CFE 360cc driver fine for high handicappers?

Tom Wishon
6 years ago
Reply to  Jeff Fones

if the loft angle and the face angle of the driver head fits the golfer’s swing speed, angle of attack, swing path and face delivery at impact, then ANY driver head can be made to fit ANY golfer. Beyond that, whether a driver performs well for the golfer is a matter of whether the other key fitting factors of length, shaft weight, shaft flex, shaft bend profile, total weight, swingweight and grip size are well fit to the golfer’s swing characteristics.

7 years ago

Love to get a new one, only driver I’ve had for the past 12 years, won’t use another driver, just found 2 stress cracks , simply the BEST!!!

Tom Wishon
7 years ago
Reply to  Matt Insogna

MATT 12 yrs is a pretty good life for a titanium driver and it sounds like it was a good life from what you say about its performance. Since you have liked everything about that driver, and since the 915CFE was discontinued quite long ago (which means no more exist here), let me suggest a course of action to get a driver in your hands that can play as well as this one. Send us the driver. We’ll measure EVERY specification on the club to the gnat’s rear end. We’ll measure and find one of our current 919THI driver heads… Read more »

10 years ago

I can’t even begin to tell you how many of these heads I’ve sold to golfers struggling with a slice! A time-tested head. I personally know golfers who didn’t quit the game because of this clubhead design.

Chris Christopherson
10 years ago

The 915CFE early version. 420cc. I have a personal interest in this great driver as it is the “driver” in my bag. Using a “Steelfiber” shaft with proper swing weight, length, and flex, I can still get respectable comments from younger players in my flight. A high percentage of center rolling hits and great yardage to make the second shot easy. I am over 80 years of age.
A great driver head, Tom.