The new Titleist TSi Drivers push the boundaries of speed through advanced engineering and materials.  The drivers feature a new ATI 425 Aerospace Titanium face construction never before used in golf to produce the longest, straightest, best sounding drivers Titleist has ever created. Seeing as ATI 425 was initially developed for ballistic armor, and later used in aerospace and industrial applications (including NASA’s Phoenix Mars Lander), it’s not surprising that outside of Titleist, nobody considered using it in a golf club.  Titleist found that this unique material delivers superior strength, elasticity and durability versus conventional titanium.  The aforementioned qualities allowed engineers to produce Titleist’s fastest driver face.  Most impressively, ATI 425 offered the opportunity to optimize the thickness of the face to a degree that was never thought possible, generating the highest ball speeds ever across the entire face.

After having created such an exceptional face, Titleist turned their attention to aerodynamics, the second factor in generating speed.  The TSi’s improved shaping allows the club to move faster through the air, which increases club head speed and total distance.  Both the TSi2 and TSi3 are engineered to reduce drag up to 15% when compared to prior generation TS models. Instead of simply viewing forgiveness in the conventional heel-to-toe notion, Titleist employs a more holisitic, multi-dimensional approach to MOI design.  The TSi’s are optimized from sole-to-crown, producing 13% higher inertia values versus prior generation TS drivers.  The result is a tighter launch and spin range up and down the entire face.

If you’re not yet convinced of the driver’s performance, know that one week after becoming available to tour professionals, the TSi’s became the most played driver model at the U.S. Open held at Winged Foot Golf Club.  In order to guarantee that your driver is on par with the professionals, Titleist manufactures every TSi to the tightest tolerances and measures them multiple times to ensure that their performance is at the maximum allowable limit. The TSi3 is a mid/high launching, low spinning driver designed for players who create more consistent contact and require more control of CG placement.  In comparison to the TSi2, the TSi3 is less forgiving, but features a SureFit CG Track that allows you to adjust weights in order to promote a draw or fade.

The Titleist TSi Drivers are available with a selection of premium shaft offerings including the Mitsubishi KURO KAGE Black Dual-Core 5G , Mitsubishi TENSEI AV RAW Blue, Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black RDX , Mitsubishi TENSEI AV RAW White along with a selection of upgraded premium Graphite Design shafts at a reduced price which are engineered with aerospace-quality carbon-fiber materials for incredible stability, consistency and feel Including the Graphite Design Tour AD DI, Graphite Design Tour AD IZ and the Graphite Design Tour AD XC.

Titleist TSi3 Driver Features:

  • Designed for precision performance and dynamic forgiveness
  • ATI 425 Aerospace Titanium face technology generates Titleist’s highest ball speeds across the entire face
  • Aerodynamically optimized, traditional 460cc shape to increase club head speed
  • Five-setting SureFit CG track allows you to dial in the perfect ball flight
  • Adjustable SureFit hosel with 16 loft and lie settings
  • Mid/high launch, low spin
  • Titleist TSi Driver Stock Shafts available in:
  • Mitsubishi KURO KAGE Black Dual-Core 5G (high launch and spin)
  • Mitsubishi TENSEI AV RAW Blue (mid launch and spin)
  • Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black RDX (low/mid launch and spin)
  • Mitsubishi TENSEI AV RAW White (low launch and spin
  • Stock Grip: Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 (black)


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