Moderate swing speed, meet maximum performance. Titleist TSR1 Driver’s incredible lightweight configuration and enhanced aerodynamics make it easier to generate more speed. The new Multi-Plateau Variable Face Thickness design optimizes ball speed across the entire face.
Every unnecessary gram, from head to grip, has been eliminated from the design of TSR1. It is strategically engineered to be as light as possible while still providing maximum launch and distance dynamics.
This new Variable Face Thickness construction approach builds the face inward, layer by layer, to create a large sweet spot across the entire hitting surface. In other words, it produces amazing forgiveness and ball speed from every strike.
The deep center of gravity in TSR1 is almost perfectly centered to the face, an improved position that promotes a higher launch and exceptional ball speed.
SureFit Hosel Adjustability
A driver that fits better performs better. The SureFit system gives a fitter the flexibility to perfectly match the performance of TSR1 to the needs of each individual player, helping you make purer and more consistent contact.
MMT™ SPEEDMESH Shafts
Playing at under 45g in all flexes, MMT™ SPEEDMESH offers amazing ultra-lightweight speed, with a focused SPEEDMESH application in the tip for incredible stability and energy transfer at impact. A perfect pairing of minimal weight and high launch to pair with TSR1.
Moderate Swing Speed. Maximum Performance.
Stephanie Luttrell, Director of Metalwoods Development, explains how the ultra-lightweight configuration of the TSR1 Driver helps generate increased swing speed.
The goal is simple: Nothing but total confidence with every club in your bag. Confidence that your clubs will perform exactly as expected and that you can execute every shot needed to lower your scores. Find your nearest fitting opportunity by clicking below.
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