Titleist are back with the latest iteration of their Speed Project, the TSR1 driver, fairway woods and hybrids. So what's new? Hannah Holden has the details

Titleist have expanded their TSR driver, fairway and hybrid offering by introducing the brand new TSR1 engineered for the moderate swing speed player.

Titleist TSR1 drivers: The Technology

The TSR1 driver understandably shares a lot of technology with the rest of the TSR driver family. The big difference is it is built for ultra-lightweight speed and distance.

Over one-third of golfers worldwide fit into the moderate speed category, which Titleist are categorising at under 90mph. So a lot of golfers could benefit from a lighter set-up that delivers more speed and distance.

The TSR1 is roughly 40 grams lighter than its sister club, the TSR2. Weight savings are made by having a lighter headweight, 40-gram shaft and lightweight grip.

Aerodynamics have been improved to get the club head moving as fast as possible through the air. It has a similar “boat tail” shape as we see in the TSR2 to help golfers move the club head faster in the air.

Titleist TSR1

Multi-Plateau Variable Face Thickness technology helps keep ball speed high on off-centre hits, while a deep CG increases launch and provides exceptional ball speed.

Titleist TSR1 Driver

The TSR1 has a very similar shape the popular TSR2 driver, the profile is marginally larger but visually sits great behind the golf ball.

Titleist TSR1 driver

It is designed for maximum speed and stability for moderate swing-speed players. It provides effortless speed, distance and high launch. This is perfect for golfers with club head speeds under 90 mph who want to optimise their launch conditions for more speed. Also good for higher club head speed players who struggle to launch the golf ball.

Titleist TSR1 Fairway Woods

Again the key story is creating the lightest and highest launching fairway wood in the TSR range. At 180cc this has a larger footprint than the TSR2 yet the club is 20 grams lighter.

fairway wood

An open hosel construction saves weight allowing the centre of gravity to be lowered for more height and more forgiveness.

Titleist TSR1 Hybrid

The TSR1 hybrid has a larger more fairway wood-style shaping to allow for a lower centre of gravity.

hybrid

This provides a higher MOI for more forgiveness on off-centre strikes. The larger shaping also provides more confidence over the ball.

The Details

Available: February 23 (pre-order February 9th)

RRP: Driver £529; Fairways £289; Hybrids £259

Driver lofts: 9°, 10°, 12° LH: 10° (9° and 12° custom only)

Fairway: 3 (15°), 5 (18°), 7 (20°), 9W (23° | custom only)

Hybrid: 4 (20°), 5 (23°), 6 (26°), 7 (29° | custom only)

Driver shaft: Mitsubishi MMT SpeedMesh 40 or 35

Fairway shaft: : Mitsubishi MMT SpeedMesh 40 or 35

Hybrid shaft: Mitsubishi MMT SpeedMesh 50 HY of 40 HY

More information: Titleist website

Hannah Holden

Equipment and Instruction Editor

Hannah Holden is the Equipment and Instruction Editor here at National Club Golfer. If you’re looking to improve your game, by changing your golf swing or upgrading your golf equipment she’ll have the answers. As well as writing lots of features and reviews you can find her on our YouTube channel giving you insights on the latest rules, clubs and tips to improve your golf game. Hannah is a member at both Huddersfield and Alwoodley golf clubs. You will either find her here or driving up and down the country playing in a variety of elite amateur events.

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