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Titleist TSR Drivers

Titleist introduces major champion validated TSR Drivers

Titleist TSR represents the deepest, most complete, most validated understanding of the tee shot ever held within our walls. Every aspect of impact has been considered, constructed, and optimized in service of our singular desire to produce more playable distance from every swing. A world of performance that explodes to life the instant the club begins to descend.

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The Open in July marked the third consecutive major championship in 2022 won by players trusting Titleist drivers for their success – and the first with the new TSR model. The TSR is the next generation of the Titleist Speed Project that began more than six years ago with the TS series and was followed by the popular TSi models.
Available in golf shops worldwide the new TSR drivers are designed to bring more speed and distance to every golfer.


Each of the three models - the TSR2, TSR3 and TSR4 - provide distinct performance options for a variety of players. The TSR2 is a “max” performance driver offering the perfect combination of speed and stability, while the TSR3 provides speed and distance through precision tuning technologies such as SureFit Adjustable CG Track weighting. The TSR4’s adjustable weighting system allows for more control than ever over spin conditions.
Titleist Speed-inspired drivers have been the choice of more players and more champions on the PGA TOUR for four years running. The new TSR models made their debut at the Travelers Championship in June, where 18 players switched the first week it was available for competition. There were a combined 21 TSR models in play at The Open, where Cameron Smith edged Cameron Young by one shot, giving the Titleist TSR3 a 1-2 finish at the year’s final major.

Advanced Aerodynamics
Since the inception of the Titleist Speed Project, Titleist engineers have continued to put greater emphasis on aerodynamics being one of the most essential routes to increasing clubhead speed. Among the refinements, TSR models feature a new ‘boat tail’ shape that houses swing weight, moving one more element of drag off the club sole.


Multi-Plateau and Speed Ring Variable Face Thickness (VFT) Technologies
TSR drivers employ two new VFT constructions, each offering specific performance benefits engineered to work for different player profiles. The TSR2 and TSR4 feature a multi-plateau VFT face that is built inward, layer by layer, to create nearly constant CT across the entire hitting surface. This results in a more forgiving clubface for off-center strikes. The VFT construction of the TSR3 is found in its Speed Ring face, where Titleist engineers focused on centering the maximum CT/COR relationship into the sweet spot, helping players who find the middle of the face get even more speed off the tee.

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Player-Tuned Designs
The full TSR line reflects a single-minded focus on the golfer, including the look, feel and sound of each, which are a result of direct feedback from tour players and other discerning players.


Aerospace Grade Titanium
Titleist continues to utilize the best-performing materials in the construction of TSR drivers, including premium aerospace grade titanium, which is employed by the likes of NASA and feature unique properties in terms of strength, recoil, and durability.

CT tested and maximized
Every TSR driver is precision manufactured to the tightest tolerances and measured multiple times to ensure performance at the maximum allowable limit.

SureFit Hosel Compatible
All TSR drivers feature Titleist’s patented SureFit hosel and are compatible with all Titleist TSi, TS, 917, 915, 913 and 910 models.

Titleist TSR drivers are available in Australian and New Zealand golf shops beginning September 30.

●      SRP Australia: $899 | $1,199 (Premium)