What’s new? How much does it cost? And how does it perform? Hannah Holden brings you the low down on Titleist’s new TSR3 driver
How does the most customisable Titleist TSR driver perform? Find out in our Titleist TSR3 driver review.
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I love the looks, feel and performance of this product. But this is undeniable a product for the better player who has a consistent strike location.
This is perfect for golfers who want something that is workable and can be dialed into their specific swing needs.
- Smaller more refined shaping
- Fast ball speeds across the face
- CG can be customised to your swing
- Not as forgiving on off centre strikes
Titleist hasn’t done much with the shaping of the three model. After all, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. TSi3 players will be pleased to hear it looks almost identical over the golf ball and retains that classic small player profile head.
I think the shaping of this is still my favourite in the TSR driver line-up. It is very tour inspired and for the better player definitely inspires confidence over the ball.
Overall I got pretty good club head speed and distance with this but my spin was slightly too inconsistent. This was purely down to my strikes locations, but it is clear to see this model isn’t as forgiving as the TSR2 option.
Compared to the TSi3, I feel this performed very similar, but I think faster club speed players who get more spin than me would get more out of this model.
The adjustable track on the sole features five different weight locations, each of which can provide up to 12 yards of shot shape correction. I was amazed just how much I was able to change my ball flight by trying these in different positions. This is a great feature if you have a specific shot shape you want to hit, or avoid!
Overall, this is a great option for players who have a very consistent strike location, mid to high club head speed and want something that they can really dial into their swing.
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RRP: £529; £699 with premium shaft
Right-handed lofts: 8°, 9°, 10°, (11° custom only)
Left-handed lofts: 9° (8°, 10°, 11° custom only)
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