The 51 professional golfers who use a Titleist driver – including four of the world top 10

Ludwig Aberg uses a Titleist TSR2 driver

Some of the best players in the world favour Titleist clubs, but it might surprise you just how many top players use a Titleist driver.

Over 50 players active on the professional tours use some variation of a driver from the maker.

Titleist currently sell four drivers, with many of them falling under the blanket of the TSR brand, but they still market the former flagship TSis and even have one professional still using a TS3.

Strangely enough, Patrick Cantlay went back to the TS3 as recently as January 2024, with Titleist making a variety of head options available to its professional staffers.

However, the most popular head on tour belongs to the TSR3. It’s designed for players who sport a consistent impact pattern around the centre of the face.

As a result, the face features a special variable-thickness pattern that emphasises the best performance for centre strikes.

Unsurprisingly for a professional-favoured driver, the TSR3 has a more compact size, but it also adds a movable weight that allows players to shift the centre of gravity slightly. While this helps somewhat with draw or fade preferences, mostly it’s designed for lining up the CG with where a player is making their impact with the ball.

The result is better energy transfer although not every player yields the same results from that transfer of energy.

“[When] I switched to the TSR3, it had a touch more ball speed and a little more spin for me, which was huge,” said Wyndham Clark. “And then I was able to keep it straighter. I sometimes tail it off too much with fade. And so … we did some fittings and, honestly, that was one of the biggest keys.”

The TSR4 hasn’t really caught on with tour players, although South African up-and-comer Garrick Higgo and South Korea’s Byeong Hun An have adopted the club.

With the TSR4 playability has been improved from past versions by changing the face design.

Its variable-thickness pattern calls back to the TSR2, with the result being a little more forgiveness on off-center hits.

Though low spin is its hallmark, the sole weights (one heavier, one lighter) can be flipped around to dial in the ideal spin reduction for the individual golfer.

The TSR2 remains popular as the most forgiving and welcoming shape in the range.

It features a larger face area and most importantly a unique face-thickness pattern that emphasizes performance on mis-hits.

That is further enhanced by the larger footprint that makes for the most stable head in the TSR line.

The sleeker external lines and curves make the larger shape sail through the air a bit smoother to allow players to generate more clubhead speed.

Ludwig Aberg and Jordan Spieth are notable professionals who use the TSR2.

Model Players Bag Date
Titleist TSR4 Garrick Higgo

Byeong Hun An

February 2024

January 2024

Titleist TSR3 Kevin Streelman

Chesson Hadley

Cameron Young

Peter Malnati

Luke List

Cameron Davis

Wyndham Clark

Billy Horschel

Max Homa

J.T. Poston

Tom Hoge

Justin Rose

Justin Thomas

Tom Kim

Sergio Garcia

Cameron Smith

Davis Riley

Matt Kuchar

Matt Wallace

April 2024

March 2024

March 2024

March 2024

March 2024

February 2024

February 2024

February 2024

February 2024

January 2024

January 2024

December 2023

November 2023

October 2023

June 2023

June 2023

April 2023

April 2023

March 2023

Titleist TSR2 Ludwig Aberg

Brandt Snedeker

Lanto Griffin

Robert MacIntyre

Charley Hoffman

Will Zalatoris

Jordan Spieth

Lee Hodges

Ryan Palmer

Thomas Pieters

Chez Reavie

Jazz Janewattananond

April 2024

February 2024

February 2024

February 2024

February 2024

January 2024

December 2023

July 2023

July 2023

June 2023

February 2023

July 2022

Titleist TSi2 Brian Harman

Nick Hardy

Sungjae Im

Charles Howell III

Matt Jones

July 2023

April 2023

March 2023

September 2021

March 2021

Titleist TSi3 Russell Henley

Matt Fitzpatrick

Nick Taylor

Camilo Villegas

Webb Simpson

James Hahn

Scott Stallings

Antoine Rozner

Bernd Wiesberger

Paul Casey

Harold Varner III

Ian Poulter

March 2024

February 2024

February 2024

October 2023

June 2023

February 2023

August 2022

July 2022

March 2022

March 2022

February 2022

September 2021

Titleist TS3 Patrick Cantlay February 2024

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