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Used Titleist TS2 DriverTitleist TS2 Driver

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Features & Specs

Men's Right-Hand Titleist TS2

Standard Length, Standard Lie Angle

Graphite Shaft

Description

The TS2 Driver from Titleist is engineered to keep your shots far and straight, with the stability to allow you to play aggressively. It features the new Speed Chassis structure, with a new streamlined shape, reducing drag by 20% and increasing speed and distance. The refined crown and face thickness create the lowest Center-of-Gravity Titleist has to offer for greater launch and lower spin. The lighter and longer driver delivers a faster and more powerful swing.

Features

  • Speed Chassis technology provides a faster ball speed, higher launch, lower spin, and enhanced MOI
  • New streamlined shape reduces drag by 20% for increased clubhead speed and distance
  • Ultra-thin titanium crown allows weight to be shifted lower and deeper
  • Refined crown and face thickness creates Titleist's lowest CG ever for higher launch and lower spin
  • Variable face thickness delivers faster ball speeds and increased forgiveness
  • TS2 model has a fixed CG and highest MOI with a modern shape

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Does this club come with the Project X Even Flow 1100 65 6.0 or 60 6.0 shaft?

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The stock option is the T1100 White 65.

Rudi Fann     1 year ago     0 of 0 found this useful

Does this club come with the tensei av blue 65 or 55?

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Shaft weight?

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