Taylormade Qi10 Vs Titleist TSR2 Drivers Comparison Overview
The Taylormade Qi10 and Titleist TSR2 drivers were both designed for high handicappers, average players and beyond, but which is better overall?
Titleist TSR2 Driver Overview
The TSR2 driver features multi-plateau variable face thickness, aerospace-grade titanium and adjustable hosel.
There isn’t a lot to the sole or crown of this driver so it looks very clean and sleek – very much in-line with the traditional Titelist aesthetic.
The deep face profile offers good low-face forgiveness while the aerospace-grade titanium gives this driver a very solid feel at impact.
Low face deflection also helps avoid cut spin and keeps the ball on-line. The TSR2 retails for $600.
Taylormade Qi10 Driver Overview
The Qi10 features carbon fiber Twist Face technology, Speed Pocket, adjustable loft sleeve and carbon fiber crown.
The carbon fiber crown blends seamlessly with the face, giving this driver a very streamlined look. The carbon fiber face wrap also gives the Taylormade Qi10 a very stable feel at impact.
As someone who also suffers from a slight slice, the QI10 really cleans it up, I wasn’t even hitting some fades during testing.
That stability transfers to flight as the Taylormade Qi10 yields tight dispersion. The Taylormade Qi10 sells for $600.
The Taylormade Qi10 played longer than the Titleist TSR2 by an average of 8.7 yards. The Titleist is better for feel and control, while the Qi10 is great for fixing a slice.
Aidan Lehane here, I’m a Mid-low handicap golfer who has made tremendous progress in breaking 90 in just over 1 year of playing golf seriously.
I get out to the course or range as often as possible and review all the equipment I’ve come across on this blog.