TS3 Fairway

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Currently using a 917 F3 in 13.5d, which I love off the tee, however now opting for something off tee and fairway. I don't get on with the F3 off the fairway, I didn't during my previous fitting however it was purchased as an off the tee club so this was overlooked.





I hit the F2 during a fitting off the fairway and tee great however the launch off tee was just a little high for me so I opted for the lower penetration of the F3.



The new TS3 Fairway seems to look a little more forgiving and confidence inspiring at address than the f3 whilst maintaining the lower spin option than if I was to opt for the TS2 Fairway.



How are people finding the TS3 from the fairway? Any comparisons against the 917 F2 or F3?



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Any lower spin 3 woods that are great off tee and fairway? I don't need the high launch characteristics and ideally loft between 13.5 to 15 degrees.
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  • dmeeksDCdmeeksDC ClubWRX  2860WRX Points: 417Handicap: 8Posts: 2,860 ClubWRX
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    Try them off turf if you can. The TS2 is more forgiving than the TS3. Most Tour pros who are hitting TS3 drivers are going with TS2 fairways because they’re a little easier to launch. Saw that combo in many Titleist bags. Players seem very happy with the new Titleist lineup.
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