Titleist hybrids have been the most played on the PGA Tour since 2014 thanks to their combination of performance and playability, and the new TSR2 and TSR3 models look to continue that streak as the number one option for golfers seeking a long iron alternative.
The two new hybrids make their debut this week on the PGA Tour and join the rest of the TSR range which was launched last year, and which Sophie was very impressed with when she tested them at Woburn.
The TSR2 is said to offer forgiving speed and performance, whilst the TSR3 hybrid delivers precision and workability.
TSR2 and TSR3 hybrids offer players options at the top end of the bag. Players can choose between the more classical shape and high launch of the TSR2 or the refined profile and adjustability of the TSR3. Both clubs provide a fast, forgiving and high-launching long-iron alternative that gives the golfer the confidence to pull off any shot.
Tom Bennett, Titleist Principal Product Manager - Fairways & Hybrids
Titleist TSR2 Hybrid
This is a high launching, mid-low spin, long iron replacement that is suited to players who hit the ball with more of a sweeping motion.
It has an extended blade length, a deeper CG, and updated sole shape to add even more forgiveness and improved turf interaction compared to previous Titleist hybrids, in a classic hybrid profile.
It features the same head weight adjustability as in the TSR driver and fairway, and is available in RH/LH in 18, 21 and 24 degrees.
Titleist TSR3 Hybrid
The TSR3 promotes a flatter trajectory and a more refined shape which is a throwback to popular hybrid shapes of the past. The new 5-position SureFit CG Adjustability means that the hybrid is highly adjustable, allowing players to dial in their club to suit their ideal setup.
Tailored more towards providing workability and precision, the TSR3 has a tour-inspired shape to give golfers the confidence to hit a range of shots.
The head weight adjustability is the same as in the TSR3 Driver and TSR3 Fairway and the hybrid is available in RH/LH in 19, 21 and 24 degrees.
TSR Hybrids Technology
- Reimagined shaping and profiles
The TSR2 hybrids are classically shaped and have a slightly longer blade length, which moves the sweet spot further from the shaft to increase face flex and encourage more speed and forgiveness.
The TSR3 hybrids feature an iron-like profile and slightly less offset to help improve performance and offer more workability.
- Deeper, more forgiving CG and high inertia body
The TSR2 sees the CG pushed deeper and lower in the head, encouraging a high launch and soft landing on approaches whilst also providing plenty of forgiveness.
The TSR3 hybrids are more stable thanks to a high inertia body, which prevents less deflection and twisting in the head regardless of the lie or conditions.
Added 'sole relief pockets' on the TSR2 and TSR3 are designed to help the club move faster through different types of rough. A reduced surface area means less friction and less drag, resulting in smoother turf interaction on shots from the fairway.
- Performance-tuned adjustability
A SureFit adjustable CG track system with 5 different positions makes it easier than ever to dial in the right setup for your game with the TSR3, thanks to wider and more precise placements.
- Player-influenced sound and feel
Both hybrids have been optimised to deliver the acoustic and physical feedback needed by each player to develop consistency and trust.
Available for fittings from 9th February and at retail from 23rd February, the TSR2 and TSR3 hybrids are priced at an SRP of £259 and feature a choice of four aftermarket shaft models as well as Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 grips.
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