The Verdict: Titleist engineers slimmed these down from their predecessors but expanded their forgiveness. How? Saved weight from a thin, high-strength steel-alloy face insert yields a deeper center of gravity for more stability. That’s true for the larger H1 with its higher lofts, or the compact H2, the version preferred by Titleist tour players. Increasing their versatility is a 16-way adjustable hosel and a cylindrical sole weight to tune in a draw or fade.
Loft: H1: 19, 21, 23, 25 and 27 degrees; H2: 17, 19, 21 and 23 degrees (all adjustable by +2/-1 degrees)
Street Price: $280