The Titleist Driver range continues with the new TSi3 and TSi2 Drivers, as well as the ever-popular TS models. Titleist has a fine tradition of producing high-quality golf clubs that not only look good but perform to the highest level. Titleist has continued to improve on one of the best looking and best performing golf clubs that they have ever produced. We suspect there will be a TSi1 and TSi4 to follow at some stage ?
The TS range offers two eye-catching designs that bring "speed" to your game. The TSi2 Driver provides maximum forgiveness letting the golfer swing more aggressively. Whilst the TSi3 Driver provides an adjustable centre of gravity location for the ultimate performance.
The new TSi range replaces the popular TS range.
All Titleist Drivers are available for custom fit with a variety of shafts and grips options.
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Titleist Drivers are renowned for their performance-optimising technology and sleek, innovative design. The internationally recognised brand has a proven track-record delivering sheer excellence and enjoyment to the professional golfer.
Founded in 1932, the Titleist brand was developed as a result of amateur golfer, Phil Young missing a putt. Having been satisfied with his stroke; Young instead looked to his equipment, questioning its quality and product performance. He believed he could create better, so set about designing his own new brand of equipment.
Striving for excellence and quality
Following his discovery, Young set about creating the highest quality golf balls the world had ever seen. With the help of rubber specialist, Fred Bommer, the design was finalised. Acushnet Golf Division were then approached, and production began. Even today, X-rays are used before the product is allowed to be marketed to the consumer.
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Did you know?
‘The name 'Titleist' was unanimously chosen as the name of the brand. Executives were looking for a word that was synonymous with excellence; a name that identified a champion.’
Introduction of the Titleist Drivers
Keen to carry their repertoire of excellence over to new products; Titleist drivers were created with the same care and attention to detail given to all their products. Benefitting from years of research, the technological features incorporated into the design of the driver allows the golfer an acute sense of precision and accuracy. Perfectly balanced, and with customisation features included; the perfect launch can be obtained every time.
Trialed and endorsed by PGA tour players such as Bill Haas, Charley Hoffman, Justin Thomas and Andrew Loupe; the success of each design speaks for itself.
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According to Chris Beaumont, Titleist’s Golf Club Marketing Manager:
‘Justin Thomas hit the longest drive on the PGA Tour this season (413 yards!) using his 917D2.’
‘Greg Chalmers won for the first time in 386 starts the very first week he put his 917D2 in the bag at the PGA Tour's Barracuda Championship.’
‘Ben An won the long drive competition at the PGA Championship using his 917D3’
‘Jimmy Walker earned his first major by leading wire to wire at the PGA Championship using his 917D2 driver.’
With every new design, performance is tracked and monitored, revealing the marked improvements in the competitor’s distance and speed capabilities in relation to other drivers. View how the Titleist ambassadors got on trialing the new drivers below:
Did you know?
An executive suggested the handwriting of office secretary Helen Robinson who was considered to have beautiful penmanship. Helen was given a sheet of paper and asked to write the word 'Titleist'.
The way she wrote the word on the page that day is exactly how one of the world’s most recognised marks continues to appear today, gracing every piece of Titleist equipment throughout the world.
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