Titleist TSR Woods Review (NEW Elite Performers)
Three models have been unveiled in the new TSR fairway woods series
Titleist TSR woods are new for 2022 with three models of the fairways launched and offering faster ball speeds than ever before.
The new TSR range originally featured three models – the TSR2, TSR2+ and the TSR3 – and they have since been joined by the TSR1 fairways in a complete series.
The TSR fairway woods are joined by four new models in the TSR drivers range, and replace the TSi woods as the new elite performer from Titleist.
What Titleist says about the TSR fairway woods
“Whether it’s spin control, launch angle or impact point, we can match you with a configuration that lets you produce faster ball speeds and optimal trajectory.
“Titleist TSR2 Fairways feature our lowest CG ever for speed and launch without creating excessive backspin.
“With a larger profile, taller face, and a low, deep CG, the Titleist TSR2+ plays like a longer, more forgiving, tee-biased 3W. It gives any player yet another way to gain strokes from the tee and fairway.
“TSR3 Fairways feature a new, easier to adjust 5-position SureFit Adjustable CG Track System that offers both a wider adjustment range and greater precision. A deeper CG improves accuracy.
“The optimized, lightweight configuration of Titleist TSR1 Fairways makes it easier to generate more speed.”
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Titleist TSR Woods Design & Features
The new TSR fairway woods series featured three differing models following the launch of the TSR2, TSR2+ and the TSR3 woods.
The TSR2 is the standard model and replaces the TSi2. Key changes are centred around the CG, which is lower than ever before. Ultra low in fact, as well as being face balanced, for a high launching ball flight with less backspin.
The TSR2+ fairways are almost identical to the TSR2 model, but they have a larger profile and have been designed to be the best option off the tee, rather than the deck.
The TSR2+ is a three wood set to just 13 degrees and designed to compliment top level players seeking a better gapping from low lofted drivers.
The TSR3 differs in the fact it has a five-way SureFit Adjustable CG Track System, as also used in the TSR3 driver. The technology allows for the CG to be set to the heel, toe or neutral and generate the ideal setup for you.
The TSR1 was added to the mix as a fourth option with this model being a lightweight release aimed at golfers with slower swing speeds.
Titleist TSR2 Fairway Woods Review
The TSR2 woods is the most standard of the fairways in the range and boast the lowest ever CG that Titleist have managed to produce in an all-steel club.
This is a fairway wood that helps reduced backspin levels and deliver both speed, distance and a high ball flight time after time.
The new woods have been designed with an Open Hosel Construction, a new feature from Titleist which saves weight in the heel and from high in the clubhead.
Designed to give players confidence over every shot, whether from the fairway, rough or tee box, the new TSR2 produces a stunning sound from across the face.
The TSR2 fairways are available in four loft options – 15 degrees, 16.5 degrees, 18 degrees and 22 degrees – with the SureFit Adjustability hosel allowing for adjustments to be made to the setup.
Titleist TSR2+ Fairway Woods Review
The TSR2+ fairway is a new addition from Titleist and has been introduced to help bridge gaps at the top end of their bag.
This model is only available as a three wood set to just 13 degrees, and it has designed to compliment top level players seeking a better gapping from low lofted drivers.
The fairway wood has a larger clubhead than the other models, a taller face and it carries the marketing of playing “like a longer, more forgiving, tee-biased 3W”.
In design terms, the CG is low and deep to deliver a high, consistent ball flight whilst also offering maximum forgiveness and inspiring confidence.
The CG is also face-centred, helping to maximise the distance whether used from the tee box, fairway or rough.
Titleist TSR3 Fairway Woods Review
The TSR3 has different technology to the other two models with Titleist incorporating the five-way SureFit Adjustable CG Track System that is also used in the TSR3 driver.
The reasoning for the inclusion of the new technology is that it allows the CG to be set to the heel, toe or neutral and gives golfers the opportunity to really dial in setup to suit their game.
The Open Hosel Construction is also present in this model with the weight savings meaning the centre of gravity is deeper and lower, as well as face-centred in the latest fairways.
With a deep CG, accuracy improves when using the TSR3 fairways, there is more forgiveness and the ball flight is higher and easier to launch.
The TSR3 fairways are available in four loft options – 13.5 degrees, 15 degrees, 16.5 degrees and 18 degrees – with the SureFit Adjustability hosel allowing for adjustments to be made to the setup.
Titleist TSR1 Fairway Woods Review
The TSR1 fairway is an additional model added to the TSR woods and has been designed specifically with golfers with slower than average swing speeds in mind.
It has had all unneeded weight removed to create the lightest of the four model in the series to help golfers add speed without swinging harder or faster.
The CG is low and deep in the TSR1 to deliver an easy to launch option with a high ball flight for more carry. You can also expect to have even more forgiveness than the other models.
The new TSR1 woods have an Open Hosel Construction design, which helps with the weight savings while also offering adjustability in terms of loft and lie angles.
The TSR1 fairways are available in four loft options – 15 degrees, 18 degrees, 20 degrees and 23 degrees with a SureFit Adjustability hosel included.
READ: Full review of the TSR1 fairway woods
Verdict: Are the Titleist TSR Woods any good?
The TSR woods carry through the impressive new look of the new TSR drivers and the fact Titleist have come up with three differing versions of the fairways will be a big hit with golfers.
The three original options offer plenty of flexibility when it comes to appeal and the new TSR2+ is an interesting addition as an almost secondary driver given the loft.
The plus version is also oversized but is the best option for low handicap golfers and elite level performers.
For a standard purchase, the TSR2 and TSR3 have significant improvements on the TSi range of fairway woods in terms of speed, distance and accuracy…and that can only be a good thing.
Now the additional TSR1 model is the perfect option if you have a slower swing speed due to the significant weight savings made.
What is the Titleist TSR fairway woods release date?
The new woods are being released for general sale on September 23, 2022. The TSR1 model followed in February, 2023.
What are the best Titleist TSR woods?
There are three original models in the range with the TSR2, TSR2+ and TSR3 all offering different setup options to suit the games of all golfers. The TSR1 was added to the range for slower swing speeds.
How much do Titleist TSR fairway woods cost?
They are being sold priced at $349 / £299 per wood.
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