ClubTest 2022: Titleist TSi1/2/3 hybrids tested and reviewed
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 review of the new Titleist TSi1/2/3 hybrid models.
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Titleist TSi1/2/3 Hybrids
We tested: TSi1: 20˚, 23˚, 26˚, 29˚; TSi2: 18˚, 21˚ 24˚; TSi3: 18˚, 20˚
Our take: Some hybrids in this year’s ClubTest are flashier, but few are as beloved as Titleist’s TSi series. For those looking for launch and forgiveness, there’s the lightweight TSi1. For golfers looking for performance, there’s the TSi2, built a broader head for big-time distance. And, for those looking for playability, there’s the TSi3, which offers iron-like control in a compact, tech-loaded head. “This thing is awesome, they’ve designed a club with zero dispersion,” One Tester said of the TSi3. “It’s a boring looking club that works beautifully, and it seems similar off the tee and off the ground. It just jumps off the face into the fairway.”
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Titleist TSi1 hybrid
The details: Don’t judge a book by its cover, especially not this one. Titleist took a minimalist design approach in building its TSi hybrids, but there’s some serious firepower underneath the hood. Slower-swinging players will love the TSi1, which weighs in at 20 grams lighter than its counterparts and features a wider sole and low CG construction. Titleist calls the TSi2 its ‘work horse’ hybrid for the variety of shots that can be executed with its forgiving face and launch-friendly shape. And the TSi3, which is smaller and more-compact, also features an adjustable CG track to ensure players get iron-like performance and control. All three models feature an adjustable hosel and the all-new Carpenter 455 forged face, which Titleist says is the fastest hybrid face it has ever created.