What's new? How much does it cost? And how does it perform? Hannah Holden brings you the low down on Titleist's new TS2+ fairway wood

The TSR2+ fairway wood is a new specialist fairway wood designed for players who want an alternative to driver off the tee. So how does it perform? Find out in our Titleist TSR2+ fairway woods review.

Titleist TSR2+ fairway woods review
Titleist TSR2+ fairway woods review

This is a seriously powerful fairway wood.

A great option for people who want an alternative to driver off the tee.


  • Larger more confidence inspiring shape
  • Fast ball speeds
  • Great driver alternative


  • Not as easy to hit off the fairway

Titleist TSR2+ fairway woods review: First Impressions

This has the largest profile of any of the TSR fairway woods which I think is very confidence-inspiring behind the ball. The face is also slightly deeper which I think works really nicely when hitting off a tee peg.

Titleist TSR2+ fairway woods review

Titleist TSR2+ fairway woods review: NCG Verdict

I first tested this at the Titleist Performance Centre at Woburn Golf Club and was really intrigued by the concept as I typically don’t feel that confident hitting a small-headed 3-wood off the tee.

The larger and deeper club head is very confidence-inspiring off a tee peg but personally, I found it slightly intimidating off the deck off as it felt like I was going to catch the club off the bottom of the face. I didn’t need to worry as I found it launched nice and high.

I really loved the sound and feel of this, it felt exceptionally fast and powerful off the face.

Due to the larger club head, this felt the most forgiving of the three models. My carry distance was remarkably consistent across the board, and I controlled the direction of my misstrikes exceptionally well. This is key to a club that will ultimately be used as a driver alternative as you want to stand on the tee and feel confident you will put the ball in play.

This was the longest of the three fairway woods, which you would expect given the stronger loft. I averaged 216.8 yards off the deck with this and 223.6 when hitting off a tee peg.

Titleist TSR2+ fairway woods review

Although this is a stronger lofted club, you can still hit this off the fairway. It isn’t quite as easy to launch as other models off the deck as it is lofted at thirteen degrees. I have a high ball flight, so it worked for me, but it is something to think about if you don’t hit it that high. I think from the fairway; it would work best for high club speed players who will generate more spin and height.

Titleist TSR2+ fairway woods review

Overall, this is a perfect option if you want something that can work as a driver alternative. If, however, you want something more versatile from the fairway and the tee, I would look at the TSR2 model.

Titleist TSR2+ fairway woods review: The Details

Available: 23rd September (Custom fittings and pre-order now)

RRP: £289 or £459 with premium shaft

Right-handed lofts: 13°

Left-handed lofts: 13°

Titleist featured shafts: Hzrdus Red CB, Tensei AV Blue with XLink Tech, Hzrdus Black, Tensei 1K Black

Premium shafts: Graphite Design Tour AD UB, Tour AD DI, Tour AD IZ

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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