Titleist TSi drivers have been launched with the release of the TSi2 and TSi3 models.
The two new drivers underwent a validation process from Titleist tour players and are now in general sale as Titleist take design and development further than ever before.
The TSi2 and TSi3 drivers replace the Titleist TS2 and Titleist TS3 drivers which were released in 2018 as part of the Titleist Speed range. The Titleist TS4 driver model was subsequently added to the options in 2019.
What Titleist say about the TSi Drivers:
“Our approach to innovation is cumulative, always seeking to find shifts that produce lasting superiority.
“Material advances, like the unique ATI 425 Aerospace Titanium in the TSiface, help make it the longest, straightest, best looking and best sounding driver we’ve ever made.
“Working with something as tough as ATI 425 Aerospace Titanium isn’t easy, which is why no one else does it. But this unique alloy, made by a single foundry in Pittsburgh, is the key to creating a driver face that delivers increased ball speed at every point of contact.”
Titleist TSi Drivers Design
Titleist initially released no details about the two TSi drivers, but early images showed that they both have a very similar look and feel as the TS2 and TS3 models.
That was confirmed with the officially release with both models featuring striking black club heads to continue a theme that Titleist stick with.
The big development in the Titleist TSi drivers is the ATI face, a new addition. ATI 425 Aerospace Titanium is used to create a super strong face to extract more speed and produce more accurate performance across the face.
The TSi2 driver is billed as “Pure Distance” and is the choice for players wanting to add ball speed from across the entire face without losing accuracy.
Titleist’s TSi3 driver comes with the slogan “Dynamic Distance” and is less about ball speed and more about a consistent connection and the adjustability of CG. It is the ATI face that helps create consistent ball striking no matter where you connect.
The TSi2 driver has a fixed weight at the back of the sole, just as the TS2 did, and the TSi3 has a sliding weight at the back of the club head, much like the SureFit CG one that allows adjustability in the TSi3 model.
The Titleist drivers come with the option of four stock shafts, and come in 9, 10 and 11 degree lofts. The are fully adjustable thanks to the SureFit hosel.
The Titleist TSi drivers release date is October 2020 with availability from November. The drivers are priced at £499/$649.
Titleist TSi Drivers Verdict
Titleist have managed to extract even more performance from their new model and the TSi drivers look set to be a big hit.
The ATI Titanium face is the key, simply because it improves ball striking across the entire face. Expect distance gains coupled with accuracy from the TSis.