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TSR2 Drivers

TSR2 Drivers

Maximum Speed and Stability
The TSR2 Driver pairs speed with stability in a club that will appeal to a wide range of golfers. With its high launching and low spinning performance profile, the TSR2 can be trusted to produce both long bombs and fairway finders off the tee. A new redesigned toe shape has also improved the face angle of the TSR2 Driver, creating a more attractive look for the golfer at address.

TSR3 Drivers

Precision-Tuned Players Driver
The successor to the TSi3 model, the new Titleist TSR3 Driver packs playability and precision tuning into a gorgeous clubhead designed with the better player in mind. Thanks to the new Speed Ring VFT (Variable Face Thickness) Technology, Titleist engineers managed to optimize the TSR3s sweet spot and make it faster than ever. Also, a refined SureFit Adjustable CG Track System presents a highly adjustable setup that golfers can tweak based on their specific preferences.
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TSR3 Drivers
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TSR4 Drivers

TSR4 Drivers

Ultimate Low-Spin Driver
Low-handicap golfers seeking to shed excess spin should look no further than the Titleist TSR4 Driver. With improved aerodynamics and a Multi-Plateau VFT Design, the TSR4 compliments its incredible workability with tremendous speed. And with Adjustable Spin Control, golfers can experiment with different spin settings to optimize their performance off the tee.

TSR2 Fairways

High Launch, High Forgiveness
The new Titleist TSR2 Fairway Wood boasts the lowest center of gravity ever in a Titleist fairway wood. The low CG profile promotes a lower-spinning ball flight traveling higher and farther than past models. An Open Hosel Construction has removed excess weight near the heel, which has allowed Titleist to implement performance improvements across the clubface.
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TSR2 Fairways
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TSR2+ Fairways

TSR2+ Fairways

Tour-Inspired, Draw-Biased Profile
Designed for those seeking a go-to weapon off the tee that still plays superbly off the turn, the Titleist TSR2+ Fairway Wood brings a unique set of characteristics to the table. Due to its larger profile and draw-biased nature, this club creates easy accuracy and generates high launch whether swung off a tee box or from the fairway.

TSR3 Fairways

Powerful and Adjustable
The most precise fairway wood in the TSR stable, Titleist ensured their TSR3 model did not lose any distance on the road to supreme accuracy. With a striking profile, the TSR3 manages to look as powerful as it feels and sounds. Also, golfers can utilize the fairway wood’s 5-position SureFit Adjustable CG Track System to adjust their clubhead at will.
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TSR3 Fairways
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Vokey Design SM9 wedges

Vokey Design SM9 wedges

Spin Milled Cutting Process
The most impactful technology found within the Titleist Vokey Design SM9 wedges is Forward Center of Gravity Progression. In the SM9 wedges, the center of gravity has been raised vertically. This unique concept promotes a lower, more controllable launch and more consistent distance. The grooves have been designed through a new Spin Milled cutting process, which includes a tightening of Titleist’s allowable tolerances to produce consistently sharper grooves. The grooves are also optimized for each loft, with the lower-lofted wedges featuring narrower, deeper grooves and the higher-lofted options equipped with wider, shallower grooves.

Important in choosing a Vokey Design SM9 wedge for your game is to select the right sole grind that matches your swing tendencies and playing conditions.
  • F Grind: Designed for square-face shots with a neutral-to-steep attack angle
  • M Grind: Versatile grind that allows golfers with shallow attack angles to open and close the clubface
  • S Grind: Best for players in neutral-to-firm conditions who like to manipulate the loft with their hands
  • D Grind: Versatile high-bounce grind for golfers with steep angles of attack who will open and close the clubface
  • K Grind: High-bounce, full-sole wedge designed for bunker shots and splash shots from soft turf conditions
  • L Grind: The lowest-bounce option that’s designed for the most skilled and most creative wedge players

TSi1 & TSi4 Drivers

More Energy at Impact
Back in 2020, Titleist produced two excellent drivers in the TSi2 and TSi3, but the manufacturer’s engineers have not rested on their laurels, as proven by their new slate of 2021 TSi products. Titleist’s TSi1 and TSi4 drivers not only sit on the cutting edge of innovation, but they are also designed for two different types of golfers. Similar to the TSi2 and TSi3 drivers, the TSi1 and TSi4 drivers’ clubfaces are constructed from ATI 425 Aerospace Titanium. Titleist is the only golf equipment manufacturer that uses this material, which has been used to build jet engines in recent years.

The Titleist TSi1 Driver is an ultra-lightweight club that, thanks to center of gravity positioning, is not only forgiving but is also Titleist’s most draw-biased driver ever. Although it sports a 460cc clubhead, the TSi1 is 40 grams lighter than most standard drivers and is optimal for golfers whose swing speeds do not exceed 90 miles per hour. The Titleist TSi4 Driver, meanwhile, features a classic, pear-shaped 430cc clubhead, and is the most workable driver in the TSi family. Thanks to a newly-thinned out titanium crown, Titleist’s engineers were able to push the TSi4’s weight low and forward to reduce the club’s spin numbers. The TSi4’s low spinning nature and compact profile make it ideal for lower handicap golfers.
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TSI1 & TSI4 Drivers
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TSi2 & TSi3 Hybrids

TSi2 & TSi3 Hybrids

Scoring & Precise Distance
Titleist’s TSi2 and TSi3 hybrids provide the perfect complements to the TSi family’s driver and metal wood options. Both of the hybrids feature Carpenter 455 forged faces and Titleist’s patented SureFit hosel, which features 16 different loft and lie settings. Despite some technological similarities, the clubs are designed for distinctly different golfers.

The Titleist TSi2 Hybrid is a high-launching, mid-to-low-spinning hybrid that performs and looks more wood-like than iron-like. The TSi2 is more forgiving than the TSi3 and is perfect for those who prefer a larger profile and strike the ball with a sweeping motion. On the other hand, the TSi3 features a compact, squarer profile and produces a lower-spinning, flatter trajectory. The Titleist TSi3 is more iron-like than the TSi2 and is best for golfers who hit down on the ball.

TSi1 Fairway Metals

Ultra-Lightweight Performance
With the TSi1, Titleist set out to make a fairway metal for the golfer who typically struggles with that type of club in his or her hands. The TSi1 is 50 grams lighter than standard fairway metals, but Titleist was able to achieve this weight by removing 10 grams of weight from the clubhead. At the same time, no MOI was sacrificed, meaning the fairway metal remains as forgiving as it is fast.

Titleist’s engineers positioned the TSi1’s center of gravity deep in the back of the club, which allows golfers to launch the ball up into the air with ease. The TSi1’s high-launch properties, fast ball speeds, and superior forgiveness are a great fit for mid-to-high handicap golfers with moderate swing speeds.
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TSi1 Hybrids

TSi1 Hybrids

Ultra-Lightweight Distance
The Titleist TSi1 hybrid is the most forgiving hybrid ever produced by the manufacturer due to its large sole and high MOI. Relative to standard hybrids, the TSi1 is 20 grams lighter and has a very low center of gravity. The TSi1 is the most wood-like hybrid in the TSi family, as evidenced by its generous profile and its high-launch attributes.

The Titleist’s TSi1’s streamlined shape reduces aerodynamic drag, an innovation that increases clubhead speed and distance. The hybrid’s optimized weight distribution maximizes off-center ball speed, a huge benefit for golfers who do not always hit the ball on the clubface’s sweet spot. These features pair perfectly with the Titleist TSi1 Hybrid’s large profile and make it optimal for higher handicap golfers.

TSi2 & TSi3 Drivers

Pure & Dynamic Distance
The new TSi series from Titleist builds on the TS series that added significant ball speed for golfers. Key to the construction of the new TSi2 and TSi3 drivers is a new shape and a new face. The new shape features a more rounded toe that wraps more around the crown, while the new clubface is made from a rare, high-strength material called ATI 425 (Aerospace Titanium) that will add energy at impact and increase ball speed all across the face. The TSi2 has a larger profile and a lower, deeper center of gravity designed to improve launch and forgiveness.

The TSi3, meanwhile, has many of the same innovations as the TSi2, including the new shape and new face. With that said, the TSi3s clubhead is more compact to form a more traditional shape that promotes more workability. Additionally, the TSi3 also features the new SureFit Track in the back of the clubhead that allows for five center-of-gravity adjustments: one in the neutral position, two in the heel for a draw bias, and two in the toe for a fade bias. Of course, both the TSi2 and TSi3 also come with Titleist’s SureFit adjustable hosel that adds 16 unique loft and lie adjustments to fit any swing.
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TSi1 & TSi4 Drivers
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TSi Fairway Woods

TSI Fairway Woods

Refined Active Recoil
The Titleist TSi fairway woods are built with the same philosophy and methods as the drivers, also including a tweaked shape and a refined Active Recoil Channel to improve ball speeds on contact made anywhere on the clubface. Plus, the TSi2 and TSi3 fairway woods also include the Titleist SureFit hosel for 16 adjustments to loft and lie angle. The TSi2 is the more forgiving model with a larger profile and deeper center of gravity. The TSi3 fairway wood offers a more compact clubhead shape that is designed to promote workability. Plus, the TSi3 includes a new SureFit weight plate on the sole that allows golfers to manipulate the center of gravity through three weight positions to promote a neutral, draw, or fade trajectory.<
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Special Select Putters

Scotty Cameron Special Select Putters

Milled Premium Stainless Steel
Brand new from Scotty Cameron for 2020 is the Cameron Special Select putter lineup, a collection of eight high-end blade and mid-mallet designs. Through the years, Select models have been some of the most iconic putters that Cameron has created, and they represent some of the most popular shapes in golf. For 2020, the renowned putter designer relied more heavily on Tour feedback, which resulted in the sleeker profiles that the world's best want to see. Each Special Select putter is milled from premium 303 stainless steel, and customizable sole weights allow players to create the exact balance that they’re looking for in their stroke. Included in the eight models that are available is the Newport 2, which has been made famous by Tiger Woods’ success with that classic blade design. The Newport, the Newport 2.5, the Squareback 2, the Fastback 1.5, the Flowback 5 and 5.5, and the Del Mar round out the 2020 collection.<