Adam Scott is the latest to switch from the Titleist 910 to the 913. (Greenwood/Getty Images)
By Jonathan Wall, PGATOUR.COM Equipment Insider
Adam Scott arrived at the Masters having not played a competitive event since mid-March when he finished tied for 30th at the Tampa Bay Championship. Aside from fine-tuning his game over the last three weeks in preparation for Augusta National, Scott also started working his way into a 9.5-degree Titleist 913D3 driver.
After testing the driver at home, Scott confirmed during his Tuesday press conference that he was so impressed with its performance, he decided to put it in the bag this week.
"I've been able to work in the Titleist 913 driver for this week," Scott said. "It was a process for me because I've just driven it so well over the last couple of years with the previous model, but they've done some nice work and over the last month I've been able to work it into the bag, which I'm very happy about."
Scott had been using a Titleist 910D3 driver since 2010 but said the the 913D3's ball flight was so good during testing, it made him believe the club could work at Augusta National.
While Scott is changing models, he decided to keep the Graphite Design DI-8x shaft from his 910D3 and put it in his new driver.