Titleist Adds TSR2+ 14.5 Fairway to Tour-Proven Metals Family

Titleist, the most played equipment brand every week on the PGA TOUR, introduces a new loft option to the TSR fairway lineup – the TSR2+ 14.5-degree fairway.

Designed based on feedback from tour players around the world, TSR2+ fairways offer a larger profile and a taller face than TSR fairway models with a low, deep CG. The result is a longer, more forgiving, tee-biased 3 wood that is still easy to launch and playable off the turf.

Previously a tour-only option, the 14.5-degree TSR2+ head is now available in golf shops. The TSR2+ fairway is also available in 13.0 degrees.

TSR2+ fairways are in the bags of several players on the PGA TOUR, including Charley HoffmanChesson Hadley and Tyler Duncan, who are all gaming the 14.5 model. Will Zalatoris has played both 13.0 and 14.5 models, while Cameron Young has also used the 14.5 this season

“This is an absolute rocket, I love this thing,” Zalatoris said. “It’s the best 3-wood I’ve ever had. It’s pretty cool to be able to have something besides driver that I can hit off the tee and basically hit it as far as I want. And then if I need to hit high and soft into greens, I can do that as well.”

TSR2+ 14.5 is also in the bag of 2022 NCAA Individual Champion Gordon Sargent.


  • High, Consistent Flight
  • Maximum Forgiveness
  • Optimized Distance
  • Player-Preferred Shape, Sound & Feel


  • Deep, Face-Centered CG (Center of Gravity)
  • Larger, Confidence-Inspiring Profile
  • High-Strength Carpenter Stainless Steel
  • SureFit Adjustability

Featured Grip

  • Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 No Fill Flat Cap 58R

Featured Shafts

  • Tensei 1k Black 75 gram – X-Stiff flex
  • HZRDUS Black 4G 70 gram – 6.0 flex


  • 13.0 (RH, LH), 14.5 (New, RH only)


  • Available now | £289
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