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Titleist Ts1 Driver Review

Titleist Ts1 Driver Review

titleist ts1 driver review

Performance

The goal was to make the TS1 driver faster by reducing his weight. The TS1 driver is 45g lighter than stock TS2. It was easy to swing the TS1 Driver because of its light and aerodynamic shaft. Reasonable contact sent the ball on a beautiful high trajectory. My typical shot shape is straight or a little draw, so the slight draw bias of the TS1 design had my dispersion trending more left than desired. One swing adjustment was all it took to get my longest drives down the middle and right of center. Titleist’s SureFit hosel comes standard on the TS1 and offers 16 settings for loft or lie.

Trackman data from Club Champion was amazing. The solid feel of the strikes was validated by strong performance numbers. I also found my spin numbers to be in line with the mid-spin design of the clubs. It’s a pleasant experience sitting down to write up a review and finding that the marketing details match up with actual results.

Can The Ts1 be a good driver?

Titleist TS1 drivers are lightweight and ideal for those with slower swing speeds. You will see good results quickly and easily because the driver delivers consistent results.

Is Titleist Ts1 Driver Forgiving?

Other than that, the Titleist Driver TS features include a new Radial FFT face and ultra-thin Titan crown. These are both the fastest Titleist made and maximize ball speed.

What Are the differences between Ts1 und Ts2

While the TS1 features a clubhead that’s eight grams lighter than the TS2, it maintains an emphasis on off-center hit forgiveness. … The TS1 retains a draw bias. However, the TS1 also has the same 16-way hosel adjustable (SureFit), as the Titleist driver since 2010 when it was introduced.

Where was The Titleist TS1 Driver?

Titleist TS1 Drivers will soon be on sale in shops and fitting areas June 20, 2019 as well, in June 27, 2019,

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