Titleist introduces all-new TS Fairway Metals

The new Titleist TS fairway metals, born from the insights and technical breakthroughs of the Titleist Speed Project, are designed to drive faster ball speeds with higher launch, lower spin and increased MOI for more distance and game-changing forgiveness.

The new TS2 and TS3 fairways – available in golf shops Sept. 28 with fitting events beginning Spet. 6th at locations Australia-wide – provide distinct performance benefits similar to their TS2 and TS3 driver counterparts.

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TS2 is the longest, most forgiving Titleist fairway wood ever, generating explosive speed with forgiveness and accuracy across the face. TS3 delivers speed-tuned performance through Titleist’s adjustable SureFit CG technology with dynamic forgiveness and shot control.

“The new TS2 fairway is unlike any fairway we’ve ever made. It is a high-launching, low-spinning distance machine that is unbelievably forgiving and will change the way many players look at a fairway wood with how easy it is to get up in the air,” said Josh Talge, Vice President, Titleist Golf Club Marketing.

“TS3 is also incredibly fast and forgiving and allows those players who like to work the ball or need more shot control to really dial-in their performance.”


The future of “Titleist Speed” is driven by several key innovations that combine to form the new Titleist Speed Chassis:

  • Ultra-Thin Crown Reduction in crown thickness – 27 percent thinner than the prior generation 917 fairways – allows weight to be shifted lower and deeper.
  • Thinner, Faster Face Refined VFT (variable face thickness) delivers faster ball speeds and increased forgiveness.
  • Optimised Weight Distribution Refined crown and face thicknesses create a lower CG for higher launch and lower spin. The resulting MOI is up to 11 percent higher than 917, creating a powerful combination of speed and stability.


An enhanced Active Recoil Channel (ARC) merges with the Titleist Speed Chassis to launch the ball off the face with higher launch, lower spin and more speed. ARC 3.0 has a taller design than its prior generation, producing even greater face flexibility for a more consistent deflection and increased ball speeds across the face. While the Titleist Speed Chassis obsoleted the need for ARC in TS drivers, it remained a crucial technology for TS fairways due to shots being hit off the turf, low on the face.

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TS fairways bring more speed to golfers through two distinct designs. Similar to TS drivers, TS2 fairways lets golfers swing aggressively with maximum forgiveness across the face, and TS3 offer an adjustable sweet spot for speed-tuned performance. Both models feature Titleist’s patented SureFit hosel with 16 independent loft and lie settings to create a more consistent and optimised ball flight through precision fitting.


  • Forgiveness and accuracy across the face, with explosive speed.
  • Adjustable Swingweight, Fixed CG Location
  • Taller ARC 3.0
  • High Launch, Mid Spin
  • Modern Shape, 175cc
  • Available lofts: 13.5°, 15°, 16.5°, 18°, 21° (RH Only)


  • Dynamic forgiveness and shot control, delivering speed-tuned performance.
  • Adjustable Swingweight & SureFit CG
  • Taller ARC 3.0
  • Mid Launch, Low Spin
  • Traditional Shape, 175cc
  • Available lofts: 13.5°, 15°, 16.5°, 18° lofts (LH 15°, 16.5° )


The TS fairways stock shaft lineup features four new aftermarket models – KURO KAGE Black Dual Core 55 (High launch, moderate spin), TENSEI AV Series Blue 65 (Mid launch and spin), HZRDUS Smoke Black 70 (Low/mid launch and spin) and Even Flow T1100 White 75 (Low launch and spin) – developed by the game’s top shaft manufacturers using insights from Titleist’s industry-best motion capture and consumer testing. Each of these shafts will be making their market debut with TS fairways.

In addition, Titleist offers an industry-leading number of custom shaft choices.


More than 75 players around the world have switched to new TS2 and TS3 fairways since they debuted at the PGA Tour’s Quicken Loans National – including Justin Thomas, who earned his first World Golf Championship title at Firestone with a TS3 9.5 driver and TS3 15 fairway in the bag. Cameron Smith (TS2 15), Jordan Spieth (TS2 15), Bill Haas (TS2 15, 18), Brian Harman (TS2 13.5, 18) and Jimmy Walker (TS3 13.5), have also put new TS fairways in play.


Beginning Thursday Sept. 6, golfers can experience the speed and performance of TS metals by attending a Titleist Fitting Day or Trial event (including Titleist Thursdays) being held at locations Australia-wide. To find an event, or book a free TS metals fitting with a Titleist Product Specialist, golfers can visit www.titleist.com.au.


Titleist TS fairways are available in Australian and New Zealand golf shops beginning Sept. 28 and will be priced at AUD$459 and NZD$519.