It's for: Primarily 0- to 9-handicappers
but playable to 15
Dan Stone, VP of R&D:
"Players have different
performance needs and
expectations from the turf
and tee with fairway woods.
We have two distinct models to fit
those who want something easy to
launch and to control trajectory."
How it works: 909 F2 is larger than the
909 F3 but has a shallower face. F2 is
handy from fairway lies due to internal
weighting that creates higher launch
and mid-spin. The steel head has a
springy Carpenter steel face insert to
augment ball speed. The "multi-relief"
sole limits bouncing or skipping.
A swingweight screw in the sole
pulls the club's CG rearward and is
used to match head and shaft weights.
F2 lofts are 0.5° weaker (13.5°,
15.5°, 18.5°) for higher flight.
The deep-face, compact 909 F3
targets low-handicappers. It produces
a flatter flight (mid launch, low spin).