Titleist TSR2 Vs PXG 0311 Black Ops Driver
I tested the latest PXG driver against the tried-and-true Titleist TSR2.
Which one was better overall? Read on to find out.
Titleist TSR2 Driver Overview
“The TSR2 features a variable face thickness design, aerospace-grade titanium and adjustable hosel.”
The TSR2 looks incredibly sleek. There aren’t any bells or whistles on the crown or sole – just a glossy finish that makes for a speedy aesthetic.
And the TSR2 does indeed generate good ball speed. The low/forward CG mutes spin for penetrating flight and good rollout.
Keep in mind though that the TSR2 still punishes heel and toe-side mis-hits fairly harshly. The TSR2 sells for $600.
PXG 0311 Black Ops Driver Overview
“The Black Ops driver features a carbon fiber crown/sole, titanium alloy face and three interchangeable weight ports.”
The head has a triangular, elongated shape. And the black/silver color scheme looks simple but clean.
Being able to switch the weights to generate more fade, draw or higher launch makes this driver very versatile.
The Black Ops driver is certainly more forgiving than the TSR2 and delivers a bit more distance and similar spin rates.
“Both drivers perform well in their own right. But the PXG 0311 Black Ops driver is better for high handicap players.”