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Titleist tsi Driver Series Review

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Titleist TSi1 Driver

EQ Score: NA

Titleist TSi2 Driver

EQ Score: 223.34

Titleist TSi3 Driver

EQ Score: 238.51

Titleist TSi4 Driver

EQ Score: NA

Titelst TSi Driver Series, What You Need To Know:

Extending the success of the TS series, Titleist has introduced the TSi series of drivers. Impressively, the TSi Series includes the TSi1, a light weight, easy to launch model, the TSi2, which offers extreme distance and forgiveness over the entire face, the TSi3 for players who wish to dial in the CG for extreme performance, and the TSi4 for players looking for an extreme low spin driver with the most forward CG of them all. Specifically, all TSi drivers feature ATI 425 Aerospace Titanium faces, produced in Pittsburg, PA, to offer faster ball speed for increased distance and improve sound and feel. Overall, each driver offers a unique center of gravity location to optimize launch and speed for different swing types. Here, we detail each model in the TSi range and provide real data from real amateur golfers to help you decide if one of the TSi drivers from Titleist may be best for your game. 

Titleist TSi2 and TSi3 Driver Data

TSi2 and TSi3 Driver Data

DriverEQ ScoreVEQ Score Ball Speed Launch Angle Side Angle Backspin Sidespin Tilt Angle Total Spin Carry Total Offline Descent Angle Peak Height
Titleist Tsi2223.3427.92151.6912.25-3.202836.40394.194.662928.07247.31268.51-2.1537.3730.41
Titleist TSi3238.5129.81154.1111.06-3.762568.51312.203.932654.39248.50272.39-5.7833.8327.06

Straight From Titleist

Primarily, Titleist’s approach to innovation is cumulative, always seeking to find shifts that produce lasting superiority to provide golfers a greater advantage on the course. Directly, material advances, like the unique ATI 425 Aerospace Titanium in the TSi face, help make it the longest, straightest, best looking and best sounding driver ever made at Titleist. Secondarily, improved aerodynamics lead to added speed can boost golfer confidence on the course. Thirdly, each TSi model is tuned to feel fast in your hands and look square at address, with a shape as satisfying as the sound. Lastly, TSi drivers are engineered for multi-dimensional stability with a holistic approach to MOI to delivers more speed up and down the face.

Titleist TSi Driver Series Detailed Review

Titleist TSi1 Driver Design Review

First, Titleist has designed the TSi1 to be long and forgiving. Principally, the TSi1 driver is made to offer an ultra-light package for players looking to maximize distance with added club head speed. Further, the TSi1 offers a higher launch and higher spin profile to optimize distance at slower speed compared to the other TSi models. 

Titleist TSi2 Driver Design Review

Second, Titleist has released the TSi2 as a flagship model for this season. Used in 2021 by top-tier ball strikers like Justin Thomas and Adam Scott, the TSi2 is trusted be some of the best in the game. Notably, the TSi2 offers incredible speed and accuracy across the entire face compared to the TS2 driver. Compared to other TSi models, TSi2 features a deeper, lower CG that maximizes distance through a speed optimized MOI design. In total, the TSi2 is a sleek design that offers a wide range of golfer a great balance of launch and spin off the tee.

Titleist TSi3 Driver Design Review

Unsurprisingly, the most popular TSi model on tour has been the TSi3. Furthermore, the TSi3 proved to be one of the best drivers of 2021 in our test. For performance, the TSi3 driver is sleek and offers players less spin on their tee shots. Holistically, the TSi3 is a low to mid launch and spin driver, that produces a more penetrating flight than the TSi1 and TSi2. For player looking to dial in their shot shapes, the TSi3 also brings in Titleist’s CG Track Design on the club’s sole.

Titleist TSi4 Driver Design Review

Last, but certainly not least, is Titleist’s TSi4 driver. Also used for some time in 2021 by Adam Scott, the TSi4 is designed with a forward CG to kill spin and produce maximum distance. Additionally, the TSi4 club head is smaller than all other TSi offerings, coming in a 425cc configuration. In generally, the TSi4 delivers the lowest spin of all TSi range drivers and a mid to low launch for penetrating drives that land and keep on rolling.

Titleist TSi Driver Series Performance Review

In our 2021 driver tests, we included both the TSi2 and TSi3 drivers. Unfortunately, we were unable to get the TSi1 and TSi4 drivers in enough club head loft and lie configurations for a complete test. Overall, the TSi3 driver finished 4th and the TSi2 finished 13th. Importantly, these performances change depending on who is swing the golf club. We encourage everyone to read the full report at Golf EQ and follow up by using the Driver Identifier to find the best club for their specific delivery.

Titleist TSi Driver Specs Review

First, the TSi1 is a 460cc driver offered in 9.0, 10.0 and 12.0 degree lofts. The TSi1 comes standard at 59 degree lie angle and 45.75” of length for men and 44.5” of length for women. TSi1 drivers are offered in Aldila, Fujikura, Graphite Design, Mitsubishi, Oban, Project X and UST Mamiya shafts in over 100 model and weight options. Shafts are offered in regular, stiff and extra stiff options.

Second, the TSi2 460cc driver is offered in lofts of 8.0, 9.0, 10.0 and 11.0 degrees. The TSi2 comes in a standard lie angle of 58.5 degrees and a standard length of 45.5” for men and 44.5” for women respectively. TSi2 drivers are offered in Aldila, Fujikura, Graphite Design, Mitsubishi, Oban, Project X and UST Mamiya shafts in over 100 model and weight options. Shafts are offered in regular, stiff and extra stiff options.

Third, the TSi3 460cc driver is offered in standard lofts of 8.0, 9.0, 10.0 and 11.0 degrees. The TSi3 comes in a standard lie of 58.5 degrees and a standard length of 45.5” for men and 44.5” for women. The TSi3 is the only offering from Titleist that comes with it’s CG Track Design to offer weight adjustability on demand. TSi3 drivers are offered in Aldila, Fujikura, Graphite Design, Mitsubishi, Oban, Project X and UST Mamiya shafts in over 100 model and weight options. Shafts are offered in regular, stiff and extra stiff options.

Lastly, the TSi4 is the only 425cc head offered in the line. The TSi4 comes standard in 8.0, 9.0 and 10.0 degree lofts and a standard length of 45.5” for men and 44.5” for women. TSi4 drivers are offered in Aldila, Fujikura, Graphite Design, Mitsubishi, Oban, Project X and UST Mamiya shafts in over 100 model and weight options. Shafts are offered in regular, stiff and extra stiff options.

How do i know if a Titleist TSi Driver is best for me?

Impressively, the Titleist TSi line offers four drivers that offer unique characteristics to accommodate golfers of almost any swing type looking to maximize performance and confidence. Also, with this wide range of options, the TSi series has a lot to offer. Ranging from high launch, lightweight offerings to maximize launch and distance models, the TSi series attempts to fit everyone. but with so many options we understand it can be tough to know.

Here at Golf EQ, we have built a tool to help identify which driver headis best suited for your swing type. Specifically, players should use the Driver Identifier to narrow down the seemingly endless options presented to you. Now, you can head over to Golf EQ’s Driver Identifier tool to find a list of clubs to test and use at your course, local pro shop, or retail location. Ideally, golfers should hit as many as you can to find side-by-side to see which feels and sounds best for you. Take the Driver Identifier now to see your results instantly!

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Final Thoughts For the Titleist TSi Driver Review

In conclusion, the TSi driver series from Titleist is a line that offers options for golfers looking for high level golf equipment. Perhaps surprisingly, Titleist has improved on previous success of the TS Series. As always, we recommend you take a look at our full 2021 Driver Report and then take the Golf EQ Driver Identifier to get individual results based on your game. Be sure to keep up with Golf EQ’s Spotlights in the future so you don’t miss any of our future reviews!

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