Titleist GT Drivers

Titleist GT2, GT3 and GT4

The PGA Tour season is in full flow, and although most new equipment is typically released at the start of the calendar year, this week we are thrilled to witness the debut of the new Titleist GT metalwood range. It's exciting to see how quickly these clubs will make their way into players' bags. The GT family is set to replace the popular TSR range, and while launching this product midway through the PGA Tour season might seem risky, we anticipate a swift adoption among leading players given the strong reception of the TSR models since their 2022 launch.

This week marks the introduction of the GT2, GT3, and GT4 driver models and GT fairway woods, beginning Titleist’s tour seeding and validation process. During this process, player feedback is gathered, and clubs are fine-tuned to individual specifications. Titleist drivers have been the most played on the PGA Tour since the inception of the Titleist Speed Project in 2018/19, and while surpassing the current offerings is a tall order, Titleist has high hopes for the GT range's performance.

The GT drivers appear to follow a similar pattern to the TSR range. The GT2 driver has a larger footprint at address, reminiscent of the TSR2 driver. The GT3 driver includes moveable weight adjustability with a five-position track, similar to the TSR3 driver. The GT3 fairway wood also features adjustable weight positions. Meanwhile, the GT4 driver is expected to offer the same low spin and workability as the TSR4 driver, which briefly found its way into Adam Scott's bag.

It remains unclear if Titleist will introduce a new GT version of the TSR 2 mini driver, which has been spotted on tour since the Players Championship and used by players like Cameron Young and Max Homa.

To continue enhancing their products, the Titleist R&D team has been working closely with contracted tour players to understand their needs and identify areas for improvement, aiming to make the GT range the best yet.

“The whole [Titleist Golf Club R&D] team from top to bottom is just obsessed with making things as good as they can and they have such a deep understanding of us on the PGA Tour and golfers in general,” remarked Titleist Brand Ambassador Cameron Young.

Brand ambassadors such as Young, Justin Thomas, Ludvig Aberg, and Wyndham Clark are competing at The Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village, Ohio, this week. These players have the opportunity to test and possibly integrate the new GT range into their competitive play for the first time.