Titleist has launched two new hybrids – the TSR2 and TSR3.
Titleist says that the TSR2 hybrid offers ‘forgiving speed and performance’, while the TSR3 delivers ‘next-level precision and workability’.
TSR 2 Hybrid
A high launching, soft landing, mid-low spin, forgiving long-iron replacement, the TSR2 is best suited for players that deliver the club in a sweeping motion.
An extended blade length, a deeper centre of gravity, and a reimagined sole shape bring even better forgiveness and improved turf interaction than its predecessors, all packed into a classic hybrid profile.
Boasting the same head weight adjustability as found in the TSR drivers and fairway woods, the TRS 2 is offered in 18°, 21°, 24° lofts.
Highly adjustable and featuring a new 5-position SureFit Adjustable CG Track System that allows players to dial in their ideal setup, the TSR3 is aimed at players seeking workability and precision, with its tour-inspired shape giving players the confidence to hit any shot.
Boasting minimal offset, and the same head weight adjustability as found in the TSR drivers and fairway woods, the TSR3 is available in 19°, 21° and 24° lofts.
Tensei 1K Black 85/95g HY: Features premium 1K carbon fibre weave and new Xlink resin system with matte clear finish. Low launch/Low Spin
HZRDUS Black 4G 80/90g HY: Designed for low-mid launch with new Dual Torsion design and firm tip section. Low-Mid launch/Low Spin
Tensei AV Blue 65g HY: Uses same Xlink resin system as 1K Black, but with mid-tip section stiffness for mid launch. Mid launch/Mid Spin
HZRDUS Red 60g HY: Mid-high launching with less firm tip section, also made with Dual Torsion design and matte clear finish. Mid-High launch/Mid Spin
Grip: Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 Flat Cap