Titleist TSR2+ 14.5-Degree Fairway Wood
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Titleist TSR2+ 14.5-Degree Fairway Wood

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Titleist TSR2+ 14.5-Degree Fairway Wood

We’re rapidly moving into the keep it fresh time of year where manufacturers try and extend the available life of existing products by attempting to make things just a bit more interesting.

Titleist’s release of a higher lofted (14.5-degree) version of the TSR2+ fairway wood doesn’t exactly stick to the typical Paint it Black playbook, but it should give golfers a new reason to consider TSR.

As you may be aware, the TSR2+ was already a bit of an expansion of Titleist’s fairway wood lineup. TSR2+ was conceived as a lower lofted, larger footprint, bomber – and it more or less works as advertised.

While the lower loft is no small part of the reason behind the added distance, it’s also a healthy part of the reason why some weren’t interested in the TSR2+.

A small sample size for sure, but within the last month I’ve recommended the TSR2+ to two golfers only to have both tell me they wanted something with more loft.

Well, here you go.

A titleist TSR2+ fairway wood

14.5-Degree Titleist TSR2+ – Tour Only (until now)

Previously a Tour-only option, Titleist has decided the time is right to make the 14.5-degree TSR2+ fairway wood available to the masses. The only thing that’s strange is that it wasn’t available from day 1.

Folks, this isn’t a complicated story.

Other than added loft, the 14.5-degree TSR2+ fairway wood is pretty much the same as 13-degree TSR2+ Fairway wood. High launch, maximum forgiveness and plenty of distance – the details remain unchanged.

Titleist TSR2+ Fairway Wood

Specs, Pricing, and Availability

The featured shafts for the TSR2+ 14.5-degree fairway wood are the Tensei 1k Black 75x and HZRDUS Black 4G 70S.

If neither works for you, you can choose from one of Titleist’s premium featured shafts or anything else in Titleist catalog.

The stock grip is a Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 (no fill flat cap 58R)

Retail price is $349.

Available now.

For more information, visit Titleist.com.

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      Matts

      11 months ago

      Hi, do you know what is the cubic size in mm³ for TSR2+? Can’t seem to find this technical info anywhere

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      Jack Petree

      11 months ago

      It’s a very short google search away. +15cc more than the non plus or 190 cc total. https://golf.com/gear/first-look-titleist-2023-tsr-fairway-woods-2023/

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      Clayton Petree

      11 months ago

      I have the 13* TSR2+ with the Tensei 75X and like you said, it does the job as advertised. The club must have a very low COG because it hits the ball quite high for a 13* head – the 14.5 must play more like a 4 wood. I find it a little unforgiving for such a large head but I’m coming from a TI R9 TP 15* w/paint break, bent a few degrees open with an Ozik 80M X shaft that I’ve played for a long, long time. That thing is quite forgiving. I also bought the TSR 18* and that club is a monster off the deck. I ALSO bought a “used” (it was like new) TS2 21* and that is also a super easy club to launch with an Ozik 80M X shaft I installed myself, tipped properly. I’m honestly having a difficult time deciding what combo of these I want ITB as the 18* can be made to play more like a 4 with the 7, or dialed back to be a 5 with the 2. Loving all the options!!!

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