Callaway Epic Super Vs Titleist TSi2 Hybrid Comparison Overview

If you are looking to get down the fairway in a hurry, then one of these hybrids may be just what you need. The Callaway Epic Super and the Titleist TSi2 hybrids both emphasize distance in wood-like clubs.

In fact, that is something that struck us about both of these hybrids: they give you the feel of a fairway wood but still yield the versatility of hybrids. For example, the Callaway Epic Super hybrid has a pronounced footprint.

At address, it almost looks like a fairway wood. While the Titleist TSi2 hybrid isn’t as large, it is still forgiving. The carpenter’s steel face flexes to a high degree to promote fast ball speeds over almost the entire face.

In fact, it was very hard for us to say which of these two hybrids were more forgiving. In terms of distance though, there was a clear winner: the Titleist TSi2 hybrids. The Titleist TSi2 3H was 7 yards longer than the Callaway Epic Super 3H on average.

It should also be noted that both of these hybrids have adjustable hosels which adds to their versatility. Overall though, the workability of the Callaway Epic Super hybrids outshined that of the Titleist TSi2 hybrid clubs.

Mostly because of the dynamic face architecture. Towards the sole, you get more ball speed and forgiveness thanks to the tightened internal Jailbreak bars. This leaves the face near the crown free to flex and produce more short-game spin when needed.

The Callaway Epic Super hybrids also feature all-titanium faces and bodies so they have a nice feel while producing great ball speed.

Callaway Epic Super Hybrid Overview

In the 2H of the Callaway Epic Super hybrid set, you get 90 grams of tungsten weighting. That 90 grams is split between the heel and toe of the club. This is one of the highest MOI hybrids we have ever tested.

Not only does it vastly improve stability on your downswing; it also promotes a high degree of forgiveness near the toe and heel. Of course, as you move down the set there is less tungsten; but it’s proportionate.

This is part of what makes the Callaway Epic Super hybrids so forgiving. But perhaps the most impressive aspect of these hybrids was the distance. With the 3H in this set, most of the testers were getting max yardage of 210+ easily.

These hybrids can cover a lot of ground in a hurry. They also provide a surprising degree of workability in a set that we would say was designed for higher handicap players.

Titleist TSi2 Hybrid Overview

While the Titleist TSi2 hybrids lack the fancy internal jailbreak bars and massive tungsten split weighting of the Callaway Epic Super hybrids, they certainly have one distinct advantage: superior feel.

The 455 forged carpenter’s steel faces of these hybrids feel magnificent and certainly belie their target demographic. Make no mistake, these are distance hybrids; but you wouldn’t be able to tell from feel alone.

Another cool thing about these hybrids is that you can adjust their head weights. So if you need more distance on a longer shot or more spin on a shorter one, these hybrids can accommodate – within reason.

Of course, they also have adjustable hosels that allow for 16 different loft and lie settings. The Titleist TSi2 is not as workable as the Epic Super hybrid overall but they do offer more distance partially through lower spin rates.

If feel and distance are your top priorities, the Titleist TSi2 hybrids are for you. If you need to be able to work the ball a bit more but still need adequate forgiveness, the Callaway Epic Super hybrids would be a good call.

Callaway Epic Super Hybrid

In 20 Words Or Less

The Callaway Epic Super hybrids offer that extremely rare combination of forgiveness and workability.

Titleist TSi2 Hybrid

In 20 Words Or Less

The Titleist TSi2 hybrids play long and have a feel you would not expect from a distance hybrid.

Callaway Epic Super Hybrid First Impressions

With how large the heads of these hybrids are, we weren’t expecting to be able to work the ball very much at all.

The unique architecture of the face in conjunction with the redesigned Velocity Jailbreak internal bracing bars solve that conundrum though. This is a very impressive set of hybrids that will allow a wide variety of players the ability to gap their clubs perfectly.

The Callaway Epic Hybrid Family

Where the Callaway Epic Super hybrids come up short, the Callaway Epic Flash hybrids deliver. One of the things we were a bit disappointed about was the lack of solid feel you get from the Epic Supers. But the Epic Flash hybrids feature forged steel faces which play long and feel fantastic.

Titleist TSi2 Hybrid First Impressions

The Titleist TSi2 hybrids feel light in the hands so you don’t expect much distance from them.

However, all the distance is generated by the forged carpenter’s steel face. This face is thin, and flexes like you wouldn’t believe. Plus, it hardly matters where on the face you make contact. Our testers were getting very close ball speed readings on shots in the sweet spot compared to shots outside the sweet spot.

The Titleist TS Hybrid Family

The TS line also features the TSi3. If the Titleist TSi2 plays more like a fairway wood, then the TSi3 hybrids give the performance of irons. They are remarkably versatile and workable with an adjustable hosel and an adjustable weight that can be set in the neutral, heel and to positions.

Callaway Epic Super Hybrid Selling Points

  • Titanium body
  • Split tungsten weighting
  • Adjustable hosel
  • Carbon crown

Titleist TSi2 Hybrid Selling Points

  • Forged face
  • Adjustable hosel
  • Thin crown
  • Plays long

Who is the Callaway Epic Super Hybrid for?

The Callaway Epic Super hybrids could be for anyone from high to mid handicappers.

These are extremely versatile hybrids – and we’re not just talking about the adjustable hosels. With their unique emphasis on distance and spin control, they would fit well in the bags of various types of players.

However, they are not without their shortcomings. As rescue hybrids, these clubs don’t work very well. The head size coupled with the sole design don’t lend themselves very well to tough lies or shots from the rough.

Another thing we were somewhat disappointed about was the feel. Titanium is great and all; but the Callaway Epic Super hybrids produce an almost hollow feel and an unsatisfying sound. We suppose you really can’t have it all.

Distance: 93/100

Feel & Control: 93/100

Accuracy: 93/100

Forgiveness: 92/100

Overall Score: 93/100

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Who is the Titleist TSi2 Hybrid for?

You will feel right at home with these hybrids if distance is what you’re after.

The best compliment we can give these clubs is that they will help you get down the fairway in a hurry. These are great game-improvement hybrids that have a feel that must be played to be believed.

They don’t do much in terms of short-game spin but chances are that if you’re looking at the Titleist TSi2 hybrids, you aren’t looking to score with your hybrids.

Distance: 95/100

Feel & Control: 94/100

Accuracy: 91/100

Forgiveness: 92/100

Overall Score: 93/100

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