What Team Titleist is Saying About New TSR Drivers

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By Emily B., Titleist Staff

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    “Feels great. Sounds great. Looks great.”

    “…I mean, look at this thing. It looks like a Ferrari.” 

    “Immediately when I pulled the headcover off, I was like, ‘Dang, this looks really good.’ The overall look, the feel is awesome. It’s really good.”

     Just two weeks into new TSR Drivers on Tour and it’s safe to say that #TeamTitleist is impressed.

    So impressed, that last week at the Travelers Championship, 18 players made the immediate switch to the new models. And this week at the John Deere Classic, 26 players are gaming new TSR models at TPC Deere Run.

    Among those who made the switch is Brand Ambassador J.T. Poston, who put a new TSR3 Driver in play last week at TPC River Highlands before going on to post his best finish of the season (T2).

    Working on the range Monday morning of the Traveler’s with Titleist Tour Rep Jim Curran, Poston saw a 2 mph jump in ball speed with his TSR3 9.0 compared to his prior generation TSi3.

    “That’s definitely further,” Poston said after making contact for the first time. “I like the sound of that a lot. Feels great. Sounds great. Looks great.”

    And at the start of this week’s John Deere Classic, J.T. made PGA Tour history after posting a first round 62 – the only player to fire first rounds of 62 or better in consecutive PGA Tour events (since tracking began in 1983).

    Also making the immediate switch to a new TSR3 Driver was Brand Ambassador Davis Riley, who, after making his first start at TPC River Highlands with the new model, went on to lead the field in Strokes Gained: Off the Tee while also recording his best driving performance of the season.

    Hear what Davis had to say during his initial testing of the new models:

    The success doesn’t stop with Poston and Riley, as Brand Ambassador Chesson Hadley also saw his best finish of the season (T5) at last week’s Travelers Championship after adding a new TSR3 driver to the bag.

     

    “When I set it down, it just looks like the same driver I’ve been hitting, but I’m getting better performance. You couldn’t ask for a better driver. I love it. I picked up a little bit of ball speed. And I mean, look at this thing. It looks like a Ferrari. That’s just so clean. You’ve got to like the way it looks and feels. And Titleist definitely has mastered both of those things. So I’m pretty juiced about it.”

    Stay tuned on our social channels as new TSR Drivers continue to make their debut across worldwide professional Tours over the coming weeks.

  2. Darryl M

    Darryl M
    Wichita, KS

    Looks really nice, but until my big dog swing get s back on track I better stay with my TSi2. Hopefully by release time my swing is back to it's normal place so I can go hit one.


    DM
  3. Todd T

    Todd T
    San Diego, CA

    Military
    Sound pretty SOLID!
  4. Eric H

    Eric H
    Ridgway, PA

    Ttitlesit always bringing the classic fire!! Excited to see what these have to offer
  5. Golfnut4

    Golfnut4
    Lake Zurich, IL

    Looks great. Can't wait until they are available to the public.
  6. greg p

    greg p
    Chicago 'burbs, IL

    Looks sweet. Another winner.
  7. Military
    Love the subtle changes from the TSi to the TSR! I’m not surprised the pros are happy..It’s a Titleist! Can’t wait to update my gamer and put this one in the bag!
  8. Robert C

    Robert C
    Maryland

    I agree with Todd T...that sound is fantastic, and I thought my TSi2 was the best sounding driver I have hit. Lookng forward to givng these a try.
  9. Fred L

    Fred L
    Centerport,NY

    Emily, thank you for these updates. Excited to try these! #1
  10. Can’t wait to hit one!
  11. Hack2er

    Hack2er
    Endicott, NY

    Hi, I just received my Titleist TSR2 Driver and it looks spectacular. It is streamlined a touch, but the big difference is that on your mishits the club is remarkable. Ball speed increased about 2 mph. The big advantage of the TSR2 compared to the TSI2 is the internal weighting. Titleist is spot on and ahead of the curve. Waiting for my fairway and hybrid to arrive next week. I can hardly wait for them.
  12. Greg T

    Greg T
    Chesapeake, VA

    let's get the fitting started
  13. Super clean sounding contact, none of the weird metallic sounds ya hear from some drivers.
  14. Brandon P

    Brandon P
    North Carolina

    Military
    Can’t wait for the release. Love my TSI3 and interested to see how the TSR compares.
  15. How soon can I get one?!
  16. Marshneil P

    Marshneil P
    JAMSHEDPUR, 0

    Used TSi3 9.0
    Now TSi4 9.0 in the bag. Got a visible jump of 12yrd.
    Can’t wait lays hands on TSR, hope TT has a TSR4 option.

    Marshneil P
    Professional Golf- INDIA
    20yrs - 5’1”
    Woods - TSi ( D/Fw/Hyb)
    Irons - CB718
    Wedges - SM8 52.12, 56.08
    Scotty Cam - Newport 2.5 33”
  17. Military
    Doesn’t look any different than my TSi3 guess I’ll have to wait till they come out with something more innovative in two years.
  18. Steve S

    Steve S
    Tuckerton, NJ

    I can't imagine this driver being better than my TSi 2. But I'll sure give it a try. Very much looking forward to it!
    Play Well,
    Steve S.
  19. Its' time to upgrade my TS2 driver. Looking forward to fitting and ordering. I ordered TSeries irons and took over 7 months to get them. I honestly hope these new drivers don't have the same issue.
  20. Joey L

    Joey L
    Walnut Creek

    I really appreciate how Titleist keeps club appearances simple and classic.
  21. Neil U

    Neil U
    Chantilly, VA

    Congrats to JT Poston. First to win with the TSR Driver.
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