Travelers Championship

TPC River Highlands



Titleist

TSR1 / TSR2 / TSR2+ / TSR3

Hot List Gold 2023

Our Review:

WHAT IT DOES: Sometimes to get better, you have to shake up the old way of doing things. Titleist’s engineers decided that the channel cut in the front part of the sole—a staple for more than eight years worth of fairway woods—was no longer necessary. Yes, the channel allowed the face to flex a little better, but it also took up valuable mass. Repositioning that mass in these new fairway woods produced the lowest center of gravity in a Titleist steel fairway wood ever. As the engineers like to say, “When you lower your CG, you improve ball speed a little bit, you improve launch angle a little bit, you improve spin a little bit, and you actually improve the feel of a center hit, too.” 

WHY WE LIKE IT: The perception that Titleist fairway woods are for only tour players has never been more wrong than it is today. Yes, Titleist is the most played fairway wood on the PGA Tour, but now the company offers a model for the masses seeking a higher launch and forgiveness across the entire face (TSR2), a version with a movable weight to pinpoint draw and fade preferences while increasing stability (TSR3), a backup-driver version that spins less (TSR2+) and a lightweight model to optimize speed and launch (TSR1). Read more>>

Which one's for me?

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Price: TSR1 $350, TSR2 $350, TSR2+ $350, TSR3 $350
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Which One's For Me?
TSR1
Ultralight configuration targets players with moderate to slower swing speeds who need the most help launching the ball.
TSR2
Offers forgiveness and a shallow face height for better performance on mis-hits. The lowest CG in the family means highest launch with low spin.
TSR2+
This is a larger, deep faced, lower-lofted model ideal as a backup driver. Still playable off the deck for better players, as well.
TSR3
Boasts a deeper CG than past versions for a bit more forgiveness, it's designed to offer precise adjustability for players looking to dial in preferences based on shifting the weighting from heel to toe to match typical impact locations. Generally, aimed at players who are most precise with how they strike their fairway woods.
Ratings
Performance

50%*

Innovation

30%*

Look / Sound / Feel

20%*

* Percentage of total score

Player Comments
Medium-Handicapper
"Everything looks so subtle at address until you hit the ball. Then you get a huge explosion of speed. If you use a 3-wood off the tee a lot you can hit long, straight drives. Off the grass it cuts through the turf effortlessly. Easier to hit than it looks, too."
Handicap, 8
Low-Handicapper
"Club feels great in the hands. Sets up square and evokes confidence at address. Creates a pop sound off the face. Produces a piercing mid-to-high ball flight that just keeps going."
Handicap, +4
High-Handicapper
“Simplicity and elegance distilled. The proportions are comforting and so is impact. Total control and enough forgiveness to make you functional.”
Handicap, 15
Club Specs
Models Price
TSR1 $349
TSR2 $349
TSR2+ $349
TSR3 $349

TSR1

Name Loft Length Dexterity Adjustable
TSR1 15.00 43.00 No
TSR1 18.00 42.00 No
TSR1 20.00 41.50 No
TSR1 23.00 41.00 No

TSR2

Name Loft Length Dexterity Adjustable
TSR2 15.00 43.00 No
TSR2 16.50 43.00 No
TSR2 18.00 42.00 No
TSR2 21.00 41.50 No

TSR2+

Name Loft Length Dexterity Adjustable
TSR2+ 13.00 43.00 No

TSR3

Name Loft Length Dexterity Adjustable
TSR3 13.50 43.00 No
TSR3 15.00 43.00 No
TSR3 16.50 43.00 No
TSR3 18.00 42.00 No

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