Titleist engineers say they used a number of different technologies to make the company’s new TSi fairways as long – and as forgiving – as possible.
Start with employment of the Active Recoil Channel 4.0, a fourth-generation advance that is designed to produce greater face flexibility and as a result higher launch and lower spin on shots. A high-speed VFT face works with the ARC 4.0 to maximize ball speed and forgiveness across the clubface, while new “player-tuned aerodynamics” allow the golf club to move faster through the air, from the top of the swing to the ball.
As is the case with the new TSi driver line, these fairways give golfers two models from which to choose. One is the TSi2, which company engineers praise for the way it launches shots high and fast and for the forgiveness the club provides. As for the TSi3, it uses a new SureFit CG Track design so golfers can adjust clubhead center of gravity and customize ball flights.
Both clubs come with Titleist’s patented SureFit hosel, with 16 independent loft and lie settings.
“Our metalwoods engineers continue to find new ways to generate speed and distance in our fairway designs without giving up any of the performance characteristics that players demand from a Titleist golf club,” said Josh Talge, the company’s vice president of golf club marketing. “TSi fairways are faster, straighter and easier to hit.”