Looking at getting a new driver and overheard fitters talking about next TS and new G series showing up soon. Does anyone have any news to share?
Hadi05 4 posts. ChitownM2 3 posts. June I had the good fortune of being hosted at the Ping factory back in college sponsorship and got to talk with John Solheim himself for a bit he attended my college and sits on their board. He walked. I hope Ping will name its driver G and offer Mary Jane green color scheme. Stoners rejoice! That is good news, but it actually happened about a month ago. TS1 Fubuki 45g R Flex.
SM7 Phantom 5. ProV1X Play number That doesn't seem as automatic as some companies. Titleist always releases drivers and fairways together. Pretty much every company has standard releases cycles and release everything at the same time. So Ian basically confirmed what I had already said. From listening to Tony talk about the fall releases on the No Putts Given podcast there could still be some questions. There is still product on the shelves.
If we get a 2nd wave of covid and stores have to close again it's gonna get very interesting to see who discounts product first just to move through it. I'm guessing as of right now a Titleist launch is still on the books, but with how fast everything has been changing when it comes to Covid it's not out of the realm that we see changes to release cycles for this season. Well I guess they have a least a few people on the marketing side that are in touch with "pop culture" as opposed to what most people think.
And it won't be a drastic departure in naming, and I'm sure it'll leak out sooner or later. Just not from me. How about the G "I don't know! He walked us through their naming processes and it was fascinating.
One piece that jumped out at me was when they first started the G line, there was a wondering why they went from G2 to G5. No lie, it has to do with numerology. So they went from G2 to G5. I never even thought that it was weird to see the progression of naming like that Now it makes a lot of sense.
In my bag:. Then he would love the sermon I preached once using my G2 as an object lesson.With the new for TSi Drivers TSi2 and TSi3it seems reasonable that Titleist will look to build on that to further make the case that it belongs in the same conversation with Callaway and TaylorMade when golfers are deciding which clubs to take into the hitting bay. The official story is that the Titleist TSi drivers are undergoing their final validation before average golfers will get a crack at them.
Hopefully, everything goes well. There was certainly plenty of COVID-related should we go, or should we wait at Titleist, but ultimately the company appears to have decided to launch.
The Titleist TSi2 will no doubt be positioned to fit the meatiest part of the market. As is its way, Titleist is withholding details for now, but the photos suggest that Titleist will follow the same pattern as everyone else. That gets you higher MOI more forgiveness and with it, a bit higher launch. That seems a given when you consider that Titleist TSi driver lofts are half a degree stronger than their TS counterparts. Two things stand out with the TSi3 implementation of movable weight.
On traditional alone, we should expect the TSi3 driver to produce lower spin than the TSi2. For now, Titleist is missing two models. It seems likely that Titleist TSi Drivers would follow a similar cadence. A TSi1 or TSi4 could come later.
Tour play is minimal, and the retail market is likely smaller still. The TSi1 strikes me as the more likely of the two. As mentioned, not much has been said officially about the Titleist TSi Drivers, nor has a launch date been provided. You could spend more and do worse. Tony is the Editor of MyGolfSpy where his job is to bring fresh and innovative content to the site.
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Why do golf companies not show the top of the Head, what the user sees when addressing the tee shot. Part of same release. Have a look at other posts and you will see the fairway woods there.£10 VS £330 - GOLF PUTTER TEST
Insta should have more live pics as well by now. I was fitted for mine, and the rep told me the SureFit hosel would be the only thing I might have to tinker with. My two cents….Pics are added on PAGE We will start fitting for them on September 30th". Lemonde 15 posts. TheMoneyShot 14 posts. Stetson 12 posts. AtlantaGolf3 11 posts.
September Was fit yesterday. Gained MPH ball speed and about 7 yards carry with my same shaft. Weight movement in the TSi3 models is pretty slick. Yesterday at PM.
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Funny story. I went to my local Golf Galaxy and an employee literally had the Titleist script tattooed on his forearm. I asked him when they would have the new TSi line to test and he had no clue that. August We are all delusional all of the time, that's why we are here. People have been saying this about clubs from the beginning of time. Either they were delusional then or they are delusional now.
Or they always have been and always will be Maybe I just really like the TS2 3 wood and it performs great for me looking forward to trying the new driver, they ALWAYS perform at least a little better and worth the upgrade.
I usually purchase the Wish I knew someone at titleist. Took a lot to get me between that and my M6. Totally feel the same way. I hit mine great but it definitely looks closed to my eye and sits funky at times. Open given the time frame. I have the woods and the 3 wood always looks closed at address. Never have hook problems with it though.
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Accordingly, equipment junkies are scanning the horizon for upcoming launches at the beginning of With the recent release of the new P Series irons, the momentum will continue, but there is one iron, in particular, that may catch fire across the board—the P The hollow-body players iron is the leaner sibling to the cult classic P series, and does a few things that not only make it unique but may push all OEMs to raise the game to match it.
Spin is the key factor here, and oddly enough it plays against type in the hollow-body iron category. PXG Gen 3 P, P, and Cobra Forged Tec are all popular choices for their high-launch, high ball-speed profiles, but how they get to the ultimate number is mitigating lack of spin with the launch and descent angle.
Good idea for a lot of players. But what about the players who want the ball speed, forgiveness, and ultimate control? Hello, P The P spins substantially more than its competitors and still matches those irons in distance.
What does that add up to? The driver category is as competitive as ever, and Titleist seems to have gone in a new direction versus the T Series woods. The technology here is still a secret, but what we do know based on testing with Titleist staff is that the ball speeds have been off the charts. And optically the driver has shown extremely well.
The Huntington Beach, California, company lacks the overpowering market share of some of the other OEMs, but the quality and performance of Srixon irons has been second to none. Loyal staffers Ernie Els and David Toms put them in play immediately. Tech details will come soon, but the ZX7 seems to satisfy the serious Srixon users while turning the heads of those who tend to look from a distance but haven't engaged yet. The iron market in will be very competitive with TaylorMade, Mizuno, and of course Srixon all bringing serious players products to the marketplace.
Very little is known about the new Ping G metal woods. As is always the case with Ping, the information is controlled with CIA precision. What we do know is that Ping has had tremendous success over the past few years with the G and G series. Stability is the story here. Ping drivers traditionally are not the hottest on the market, but from a forgiveness and dispersion standpoint, they are at the top of almost every list.
Most golfers crave speed but need stability more. They are on a good run, and if the past three or four years are any indication, the G will remain a contender once again. COVID affected so many things in the world, but in the golf industry it actually had one very positive effect and one not so much.
On the one hand golf's popularity is soaring across the board. Since we all had ample time to research and admire new products hitting the market, more players turned to online stores to get their golf fix. In simple terms: The clubs your order today may not actually make it to your bag for weeks — or months, in some cases.
Multiple OEMs saw record sales during the pandemic. Retail locations closed but the internet made up for a huge portion of what companies lost from brick and mortar. Older and current product wasn't the problem as much as new product, especially if that product is in high demand.The TS Project is a peerless pursuit of speed where every micron and milligram matter.
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For the high-spin player looking to reduce spin. Schedule Your Fitting.After a great deal of speculation around how the new Titleist woods line would continue to build on the great strides the TS series took, we now have official visual confirmation. The Titleist TSi Series will be kicked off with TSi3 and TSi2 models for late into in both drivers and fairway woods, and it is not a stretch to believe that they will fall closely in line with previous TS2 and TS3 segmentation.
We have reached out to Titleist and have no official comment yet, but based on the images and our knowledge of previous models, we can draw some conclusions based on the visual elements and markings—including the fact that the new TSi3 will have an external sliding weight track—the first time a sliding weight has been built into a Titleist wood.
Although we can only see the sole of the new drivers, there are some design points that allow us to make strong assumptions on the new products, including the adjustable tip being used is the same as in previous generations. The TS2 driver has been a big hit for golfers whose natural swing dynamics create mid-to-lower spin, and the TSi2 looks to continue to fit into this category with a single adjustable weight in the rear of the club.
The TSi2 fairway appears to fall in with the TSi2 driver with centralized mass and adjustable rear weight. Since fairway wood technology is being advanced as quickly as drivers, I would expect to see an improved face paired with an overall lighter frame. As for continued technology, the woods will have ARC Active Recoil Channeland what looks to be the same hosel sleeve. The TSi3 looks to be the big kahuna, with Titleist pulling out all the stops by adding both an adjustable and sliding rear weight.
The TS3 was a driver designed to help lower spin and help players fine-tune ball flight with adjustable CG. We have seen this very rear-positioned mass on a number of recent releases, including Cobra, TaylorMade, and the upcoming new Ping G Like with the aforementioned TSi2 I would expect to hear more about weight savings from the removed weight housing of the TS3, which will boost the TSi3 MOI along with an updated face designed to maximize ball speed.
The last note is on the overall shape. Compared to the TS3, the new TSi3 looks to be smaller front to back and shorter heel to toe. In a way, its shape makes it look like the previous TS3 and TS4 had a bit of a baby and it could also mean that Titleist has no plans to possibly expand the line if they have achieved in getting the spin low enough in the TSi3.
Obviously, that is a big bit of speculation, but one we should consider under the circumstances.
The visual technology seems pretty self-explanatory for the TSi3 fairway woods with a compact shape paired with an adjustable forward weight to help control launch and lower spin. The weight looks BIG, and this most likely means engineers have shaved a lot of mass around the head to help centralize mass in the sole. Like the TSi3 fairway, the patented ARC is behind the face and should help with lower face strikes too. This release from Titleist is going to be interesting to follow since the entire TS series from Titleist was such a huge success.
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Who cares what a club looks like from the bottom or side angle. Honest question…how much better distance, forgiveness, etc… do you think a modern driver is than my Cleveland Launcher from ? Geez these look horrendous, and with a terrible alignment aid to boot. The alignment aid is awful. Very little difference between the previous TS models. These programs cannot think for themselves — they are just ordinary computer programs. They need the DCI triangle back. Your email address will not be published.
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