Like the TS drivers, these woods are thinner in the crown, so there’s more weight low to help launch shots higher and farther. A thin, high-strength steel face insert reduces weight and provides flex upfront. Titleist repositions that mass for forgiveness in the TS2 and adjustability in the TS3’s sole cartridge. A deeper channel cut through the sole amps up ball speed. Read more >>
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All it does is hit good shots. I got ten more yards with the same ball speed, whether it was on the ground or on a tee. I don't play many fairway woods, but I'd take another club out to use this.
Absolutely no bad feels at impact, even on mis-hits. Turf interaction was good and distance was better than average with a good launch and low spin. But the feel was best in class.
It’s simple, elegant and has a crisp crack at impact. Very satisfying club to hit. The distance was there, and it went high without ballooning.