Review: Titleist TSi2 Driver

Published on 07/20/2023 · 3 min readCurated Golf Experts share their experience with using the Titleist TSi2 Driver. Note that experts are not sponsored by any brands; these are their honest opinions.
Sara Bryant, Golf Expert
david Meyers, Golf Expert
By Curated Experts Sara Bryant and david Meyers
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The Curated Take

4.4/5

The Titleist TSi2 Driver is a suitable choice for low to mid-handicap golfers looking to optimize their distance control. Its single weight on the bottom/back side enables stability and a higher launch profile. With the ATI 425 titanium face construction, the TSi2 driver offers a solid feel without being heavy, alongside consistent distance control even with off-center shots. Its solid mid-pitch sound aids evaluation of contact. However, it lacks the workability of the TSi3 driver due to the absence of a moveable weight for draw and fade bias.

Ideal for
  • Forgiving head minimizes damage of mishits
  • Awesome sound and feel of the face
  • Great launch and spin control
  • Head shape and low center of gravity help to increase the speed through impact
Not ideal for
  • No adjustable weight option
  • Not ideal for players looking for a low-mid spin driver
  • Not for beginner golfers
Workability
Sara Bryant, Curated Expert
The TSi2 driver has a single weight on the bottom/back side of the driver's sole. This provides stability through impact as well as a higher launch profile. However, unlike the...Read more
Forgiveness
Sara Bryant, Curated Expert
The Titleist TSi2 driver has a good amount of forgiveness. The distance control is consistent even with off-center shots, and the weight on the bottom of the sole helps stabilize...Read more
Feel
Sara Bryant, Curated Expert
The TSi2 has the new ATI 425 titanium face construction. This allows the face to be made very thin but keep its strength. Having a thin driver face provides greater...Read more
Sound
Sara Bryant, Curated Expert
The sound of a driver can make or break someone's decision about whether to put it in their bag or not. The Titleist TSi2 driver has a solid mid-pitch sound...Read more
Distance
Sara Bryant, Curated Expert
Out of the Titleist TSi lineup (TSi1, TSi2, TSi3, and TSi4), the TSi2 is one of the better models to assist low to mid-handicap players with distance control. Titleist created...Read more

Expert Reviews of the Titleist TSi2 Driver

david Meyers I tested the TSi2 with a Red Ventus Vellecore 70x when hitting on Trackman. I noticed that the driver looks great at address and will catch the eye of any player that likes traditional looking driver heads. I found that the feel and sound was best in its class. It launched higher with the Spin never going too high. I found the Tsi2 to have great forgiveness on mishits whether it be toe or heel. The workability factor was great as it was easy to change flight and shape with different shots which I enjoyed. It’s a great club for your 10 handicap or lower searching for higher launch and lower spin.
 The Titleist TSi2 driver is ideal for low to mid-handicap players looking for a mid to high spin driver. Having the weight on the back of the sole provides a low CG. This gives the ball a higher launch profile. The weights can be interchangeable, but it isn't easy to find places that sell the other weight options (they need to be bought separately). The head is shaped more like a triangle which reduces drag and increases clubhead speed. I am a 4 handicap with a moderate swing speed, and I find this driver the perfect fit for my game. It allows me to work the ball and is stable when I want to swing hard at one. The ATI 425 titanium (body armor) face design is robust and durable. With my moderate swing speed, I can see myself using this driver for years, and it will still perform at a high level.

Product Specs

Review Ratings

Workability

4/5
 gave 4 of 5 stars. The TSi2 driver has a single weight on the bottom/back side of the driver's sole. This provides stability through impact as well as a higher launch profile. However, unlike the TSi3 driver, which has a moveable weight at the back of the driver to allow for weight to be shifted right and left (draw and fade bias), the TSi2 is incapable of that. Even without this feature, the design of the driver still allows you to create a draw and fade shot shape easily.

Forgiveness

4/5
 gave 4 of 5 stars. The Titleist TSi2 driver has a good amount of forgiveness. The distance control is consistent even with off-center shots, and the weight on the bottom of the sole helps stabilize the head during impact. It is not the most forgiving driver on the market, but I like that this driver is forgiving without having a large driver head.

Feel

5/5
 gave 5 of 5 stars. The TSi2 has the new ATI 425 titanium face construction. This allows the face to be made very thin but keep its strength. Having a thin driver face provides greater flexibility which creates a trampoline effect. A strong, flexible face makes it feel like the ball explodes off the club face but provides solid contact. Solid, not heavy.

Sound

5/5
 gave 5 of 5 stars. The sound of a driver can make or break someone's decision about whether to put it in their bag or not. The Titleist TSi2 driver has a solid mid-pitch sound without feeling heavy off the face. Even on miss-hit shots, it does not sound terrible, but there is a difference in the pitch which can help you evaluate your contact. This is my favorite-sounding driver, which makes it easy to love.

Distance

4/5
 gave 4 of 5 stars. Out of the Titleist TSi lineup (TSi1, TSi2, TSi3, and TSi4), the TSi2 is one of the better models to assist low to mid-handicap players with distance control. Titleist created this driver with a deep and low CG (center of gravity) to maximize the distance. The face design with the ATI 425 Titanium material also assists the increased distance seen with the TSi2 driver, as it creates higher ball speeds even on off-center strikes.

FAQs

What was your favorite moment with this gear?

My favorite moment with the Titleist TSi2 driver was when I started to hit the ball farther. I began to make a swing change a couple of months ago because I was losing distance due to my swing biomechanics. As I have been moving through my swing change, my driver has been the most reliable club in my bag. Now that I am getting my body into a better position, my distance is increasing. Even when I did not have an ideal swing, the TSi2 driver still allowed me to hit the ball a decent length, and my misses did not get worse, which has been very beneficial.

Why did you choose this product?

I chose the Titleist TSi2 driver because of its performance and look. I have always played Titleist irons but had never had a Titleist driver. I tried a TaylorMade and Callaway driver alongside the TSi2, but the TSi2 stood out dramatically. The TSi2 was the easiest to swing, felt the best off the face, and showed the best distance.

What is the value for the money versus other options?

I have had the Titleist TSi2 driver for over two years, and I have no intention of taking it out of my bag. When I got it in 2021, the TSi series was Titleist's newest line of drivers. When I bought it, the price was around $500-$600. Today, that is the typical cost for a high-end driver. For the cost of the driver, how long I have had it, and how long I intend to keep it, any Titleist driver is worth the price.

What do you love about this product?

What I love about the Titleist TSi2 driver is the look and performance. I love the sleek look of the head being shallower and lower to the ground. The performance is impeccable. It has a solid feel and great sound. I have had the TSi2 driver for over two years, and it still performs like it was when it was new. Great distance with a good amount of forgiveness: this driver is the best driver I have owned.

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