Titleist TSR1 Driver Review (LIGHTWEIGHT for More Speed)

The TSR1 has been designed for golfers with moderate swing speeds.

The lightweight TSR1 model is suitable for golfers with slower swing speeds.

Titleist TSR1 Driver

The Titleist TSR1 driver is one of four new models for 2023 with this version the first to be designed for golfers with moderate swing speeds.

The TSR series features four drivers features the TSR2, TSR3 and TSR4 in addition to the TSR1, which is Titleist’s first to be designed for golfers with slow-to-average swing speeds.

The TSR1 driver has specifically designed aerodynamics to help generate more speed, and also has a new Multi-Plateau VFT face to boost speed from across the face.

In this article, we take a look at how the TSR1 differs from the other models, how it performs and how it can help improve your game.

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What Titleist says about the TSR1 driver:

“Moderate swing speed, meet maximum performance. Titleist TSR1 Driver’s incredible lightweight configuration and enhanced aerodynamics make it easier to generate more speed.

“The new Multi-Plateau Variable Face Thickness design optimizes ball speed across the entire face.

Titleist TSR1 Driver

“Every unnecessary gram, from head to grip, has been eliminated from the design of TSR1. It is strategically engineered to be as light as possible while still providing maximum launch and distance dynamics.

“The deep center of gravity in TSR1 is almost perfectly centered to the face, an improved position that promotes a higher launch and exceptional ball speed.”

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Titleist TSR1 Driver Specs & Design

The TSR1 driver was added to the TSR series in January 2023 as Titleist broke new ground with an ultra-lightweight option for golfers with slow to moderate swing speeds.

In a first move from Titleist, the new TSR1 fits into the game-improving sector and is aimed at what the manufacturer calls “a third of all golfers”.

Titleist TSR1 Driver

To create added ball speeds that slower swing speed golfers lack, Titleist have made the clubhead ultra light by making considerable savings.

The savings allow golfers to generate more speed through the air without the need to swing hard.

Titleist have also opted for a face centred CG in this model for a higher launch and more ball speed.

Titleist TSR1 Driver

The Multi-Plateau VFT face technology is also included to help create additional ball speed from across the entire face regardless of the hitting zone.

The TSR1 is available in 9 degrees, 10 degrees and 12 degrees with the SureFit hosel allowing for plenty of adjustability.

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Verdict: Is the Titleist TSR1 driver any good?

The TSR1 driver is the missing link that Titleist have been searching for – a driver to suit golfers that have slower swing speeds.

Titleist TSR1 Driver

Often overlooked, golfers with average swing speeds make up a third of all of those who play the game. The TSR range now offers that game-improving model in the shape of the TSR1.

When Titleist say it is lightweight, they really mean it. This is a super light driver and you can expect to up your clubhead speed, ball speed and distance with this in the bag.

FAQs

What is the Titleist TSR1 driver release date?

The new Titleist driver went on general sale in January 2023.

How much do Titleist TSR1 drivers cost?

The price of the new driver is $599 / £519.

What is the Titleist TSR1 driver specs?

The TSR1 is available in 9 degrees, 10 degrees and 12 degrees with the SureFit hosel allowing for plenty of adjustability.