REVIEW: Titleist TSi3 Driver
The Titleist TSi3 Driver performs on the course. It is low spin long! I liked the lower launch and lower spin of the TSi3 which has always been my struggle with Titleist drivers of the past. I was never a huge fan of a 8.5* lofted driver, more mentally than anything. I like hitting this 9.0*. I know it is only a .5 degree, but it just seems better. The flight is very flat which I also appreciate. It launches quickly, a touch lower, but then just holds that trajectory the entire flight and then bounds down the fairway running. The low spin is evident in both ball flight that goes straight and significant roll out.
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Titleist TSi3 Driver
- Spin: 2005 rpms
- Launch Angle: 12.1*
- Dispersion: 6.1 yds
- Club Head Speed: 106.1 mph
- Ball Speed: 157.8 mph
- Total Distance: 298.7 yds
- Carry Distance: 278.9 yds
The Titleist TSi3 is not the most forgiving driver with flight direction. If you need help hitting the ball straight, go with the TSi2. But face forgiveness is huge with this driver meaning anything that hits the face of this club is going to go a long ways. Think of it this way, as the path controls hooks and draws, as long as proper swing path happens, you don’t need to hit it “on the screws” to get distance. The new ATI 425 titanium technology used in the face expands the sweet spot and keeps the entire face HOT. So at the end of the day, if you have a good swing, the club face will reward you with distance, even if you miss the sweet spot. This is really where I noticed that average distance going up. Consistently long off the tee even, when I knew I missed the center of the face. It is sneaky long on those miss hits. The fine tuning options can help dial in a consistent flight pattern too with their new sliding rear weight and their Surefit hosel. I didn’t really need much adjustment from stock to get great results.
The Titleist TSi3 driver is an improved driver that is fast, looks great and long because of the face forgiveness. While I’d still suggest taking Titleist up on their in-person fittings, you can use their selector tool and some of your own personal swing knowledge to get the right club during COVID-19 restrictions. I’m impressed by this low spin, low launch driver that is sneaky long even on miss hits. This might be one of the most popular drivers in 2021.
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