Titleist TSR2 Vs Titleist TSR3 Driver Comparison Overview
The new TSR line of drivers from Titleist has a lot of golfers chomping at the bit to get fitted.
But before you schedule a fitting, it will help to do your research.
The Titleist TSR3 and the Titleist TSR2 drivers are similar in a lot of respects; but there are some key differences you should know about.
In the following comparison overview, we have condensed the most important performance features of both of these drivers to give you a clearer picture on which would be best for your game. Let’s get into it!
Titleist TSR2 Driver Overview
“Unlike the Titleist TSR3, the Titleist TSR2 driver does not have a moveable weight.”
Instead, the weight of the Titleist TSR2 has been fixed low and forward in the head. This achieves two flight aspects.
One: it neutralizes spin by a significant amount. Two: it promotes higher launch.
This is an interesting combo and it’s one that we found is especially beneficial for higher handicap players.
The Titleist TSR2 launches high and gives you at least adequate hang time and carry distance. Meanwhile the mid spin rates help boost your ball speed for more overall distance.
The face has also been designed to be incredibly forgiving. In fact, having tested the entire new TSR line, we would say that the Titleist TSR2 is the most forgiving of the bunch.
Titleist TSR3 Driver Overview
“The Titleist TSR3 is definitely for more accurate players looking to put precise force behind their strikes.”
The CG of the Titleist TSR3 can be adjusted into 5 positions via the sliding weight. This allows you to custom-position max force depending on where you usually like to make contact.
The face of the Titleist TSR3 is also made of aerospace titanium so it flexes and rebounds quite nicely. The profile of the Titleist TSR3 isn’t at all chunky.
It’s got a nice player’s look at address which again, will appeal to better players. The launch was pretty low and spin rates were hovering around 2500 RPMs on average for our testers.
“If you are hanging around in the 10-15 handicap range, the Titleist TSR2 would be the more beneficial driver to get fitted for.
It caters to players with slower swing speeds and less consistent striking. The Titleist TSR3 is the better driver for players with fast swing speeds seeking penetrating flight.”