Genesis Invitational

Riviera Country Club



Titleist

TSR1 / TSR2 / TSR3

Hot List Gold 2023

Our Review:

WHAT IT DOES: There isn’t one way to swing a hybrid. You can sweep it like a fairway wood or hit down on it like an iron. Titleist uses three hybrid models to cover those needs. The TSR2 is more for sweepers and uses a deep but low center of gravity to provide forgiveness and a higher launch than an iron as well as more control than a fairway wood. The compact TSR3 is better for iron swings because of its forward CG. Finally, the ultralight TSR1 might be the only “fairway wood” a moderate swing-speed player should ever use (even though it’s still only a hybrid). Each of these new models is jacked up with more aggressively tailored face designs to enhance forgiveness (TSR1, TSR2) or center-hit strikes (TSR3). 

WHY WE LIKE IT: The 16-way adjustable hosel might feel like overkill, but because hybrids should be an extension of your iron set, getting the lie angle right is crucial, especially given how much these are hit off the ground. These hosels easily facilitate finding the right lie angle for your swing, and that leads to more consistent contact and perfect loft-gapping. Also, the TSR3’s almost invisible adjustable weight track is only slightly less ingenious than it is effective. Read more>>

Which one's for me?

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Price: TSR1 $300, TSR2 $300, TSR3 $300
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Which One's For Me?
TSR1
With a lighter shaft and larger head, this targets players with moderate swing speeds looking to enhance club and ball speed. Its designed with high forgiveness and high launch and caters to those with a fairway wood type swing for their hybrids.
TSR2
This wider-blade hybrid targets players with more of a sweeping motion (like on a fairway wood) in their hybrid swing. It's higher launching and its deeper CG provides extra help on off-center hits.
TSR3
Aimed at players who have a more downward, and iron-like angle of attack, it features a more compact shape and five-position adjustable CG capability works best with those making more precise contact.
Ratings
Performance

50%*

Innovation

30%*

Look / Sound / Feel

20%*

* Percentage of total score

Player Comments
High-Handicapper
"Classy looking TSR2, nice mix of the different shades of black all works seamlessly. Little crisp tink at impact. Ballanced, and effortless. Really felt like you were powering through the ground. Nice penetrating powerful launch with strong distance and height."
Handicap, 14
Medium-Handicapper
"Nothing fancy in the design, but it feels crisp as could be through impact. Produces strong, proper ball flight. Ultra consistent, straight, playable ball flight. The true definition of a rescue club."
Handicap, 8
Low-Handicapper
"Not a lot of distractions on the top. Easy to hit. Medium ball flight. Forgiving but easy to control."
Handicap, +4
Club Specs
Models Price
TSR1 $300
TSR2 $300
TSR3 $300

TSR1

Name Loft Length Dexterity Adjustable
4H 20.00 40.50 No
5H 23.00 40.00 No
6H 26.00 39.50 No
7H 29.00 39.00 No

TSR2

Name Loft Length Dexterity Adjustable
TSR2 18.00 40.50 No
TSR2 21.00 40.00 No
TSR2 24.00 39.50 No

TSR3

Name Loft Length Dexterity Adjustable
TSR3 19.00 40.50 No
TSR3 21.00 40.00 No
TSR3 24.00 39.50 No

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