This year’s ClubTest is bigger and better than ever. To help you make sense of the mountain of high-tech new clubs on the market, we put all of the latest offerings from the top golf club manufacturers to the ultimate test. Below you will find the test results and complete reviews of the new Titleist TSi fairway wood models.
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TITLEIST FAIRWAY WOOD REVIEWS
We tested: TSi1: 15˚, 18˚, 20˚, 23˚; TSi2: 13.5˚, 15˚, 16.5˚, 18˚, 21˚; TSi3: 13.5˚, 15˚, 16.5˚, 18˚
Our take: If you’re looking to snag a glimpse of the TSi fairway wood lineup, our advice is simple: don’t blink. Last year’s cropping of Titleist metalwoods (the TSi2 and TSi3) earned high marks for both playability and ballspeed — a trend continued with the release of the TSi1 for slower-swinging players. For ease of use both off the tee and off the deck, few woods tested better than the TSi. Perhaps some of that is due to Titleist’s decision to emphasize versatility, providing golfers with a glimmering variety of adjustable options to tailor each TSi wood to your game. At any rate, the TSi is a speed and feel superstar, even a year later.
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Titleist TSi1 fairway wood
The details: Titleist has delivered the goods with its fairway woods for years, fusing one of the industry’s easiest-to-play designs with the latest and greatest in distance-boosting tech. With the TSi, Titleist’s focus centered on adaptability. With three different head options, there’s a TSi for every type of player (the TSi1, a lightweight option for slower swingers; TSi2, which promises max launch and distance; and TSi3, a do-it-all option for high-speed players). Each model features a revamped Active Recoil Channel for better ballspeeds and face flexibility, an adjustable hosel and variable face thickness. For even more workability, the TSi3 features an adjustable CG track.