Titleist TSi3 Fairway Wood Review (Our Honest Feedback)

Your golf experts: Jordan Fuller & John Marshall.
Updated May 7, 2024. This article was thoroughly audited by multiple golf experts and coaches for its accuracy. You can read more about our rigorous testing protocol here.

Titleist TSi3 Fairway Wood release date: February 26, 2021

Titleist’s TSi3 Fairway Wood delivers premium workability and outstanding adjustable features to golfers that want total control from their fairway wood.

Built with the exceptional craftsmanship that Titleist has been known for, the TSi3 Fairway produces staggering ball speeds, more distance, and a high launch.

In this hands-on Titleist TSi3 Fairway Wood review, we take a deeper look at why this fairway excels and whether it can help improve your game.


  • Precise control with impressive workability
  • Adjustable hosel and weighting provides total control
  • Marvelous turf interaction for clean, crisp contact


  • Takes time to adjust the club for your specifications

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Titleist TSi3 Fairway Wood Key Features

Titleist TSi3 Fairway Wood ARC

SureFit CG Track Technology

The SureFit track allows golfers to adjust the face to create one of three positions that help shape shots.

Players can choose between a neutral, fade, and draw setting with the quick turn of a wrench.

Active Recoil Channel

The Active Recoil Channel features a shorter channel wall that increases face flexibility and forgiveness across the entire hitting area.

The ARC also aids the high-speed VFT face to maximize ball speed in the TSi3 Fairway.

Optimized Weight Distribution

Behind the power of the lightweight, perimeter-weighted crown, the Titleist TSi3 Fairway Wood offers an exceptional balance that keeps twisting low and assists in helping keep the face square at impact.

Our In-Depth Titleist TSi3 Fairway Wood Review

Titleist TSi3 Fairway Wood Review


Titleist gives the TSi3 the same black and red color scheme that adorns the other fairway woods in the TSi series. Sitting in the bag, we must admit, the Titleist TSi3 looks sleek and sharp.

The company’s club designers have taken their TSi Fairway designs to the next level by adding a softer toe profile that squares the club face at address.

With the TSi3, the square face appearance provides a more neutral look to aid in shaping shots for advanced players.


Each Titleist TSi Fairway offerings delivers smooth, crisp sound, with the TSi3 producing the best of the three.

Whether you are sitting on the fairway or the tee box, the TSi3 Fairway gives you that clean sound at impact.


We gave the fairway edition of the TSi3 very high marks when it came to feel. Lightweight in your hands, the fairway wood produces that lag that generates the power you want to deliver directly to the golf ball.

When you hit the ball dead-center on the face, you immediately know it, something we all noted during our time with the club.

If having an immediate response is vital to you, as it is to us here at Golf Influence, you’ll love the feel and responsiveness of the TSi3.


The Titleist TSi Fairway Woods, long known for their feel and control, take performance to the next level with the Titleist TSi3 Fairway Wood.

The TSi3 keeps the ball from flying too high, allowing golfers to shape the shots they desire with mid launch and low spin.

During our time with the TSi3, we were floored with its feel, power, and workability.

Also, if you want to upgrade the shaft, Titleist can add premium shafts such as the Tour AD XC, Tour AD IZ, Tour AD DI, and more traditional shafts like the Hzrdus Smoke Black RDX to the TSi3 Fairway Woods.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which Titleist fairway wood is easiest to hit?

The Titleist TSi1 delivers a competent club for golfers with moderate swing speeds.

Instead of reaching back and overswing, the TSi1 smoothly approaches the golf ball, producing mid-spin with a forgiving face that creates a high launch.

The TSi1 also offers a loft sleeve that offers 16 different loft and lie settings, providing total control over how you hit the golf ball.

Great for high handicappers and beginners, the TSi1 offers the most accessible and easiest to hit model from the TSi Fairway Woods available to the public.

Are Titleist 3 woods good?

Yes, Titleist 3 woods are high-quality fairway woods with a long ball flight that allows you to shoot shape from the tee or the short grass.

TSi Fairways, widely considered among the best in the golf industry, also provide impressive launch angles and faster ball speeds, a must for weekend warriors looking to boost their mid-range game.

Professional golfers such as recent Open winner Cameron Smith and longtime pro Charles Howell III play the TSi drivers and fairway woods because of the low spin off the face while providing maximum distance.

Which Titleist fairway wood is most forgiving?

The Titleist TSi2 offers the most forgiving club of the Titleist TSi series of fairway woods. With a higher launch than its siblings, the TSi2 helps struggling golfers become more consistent ball strikers.

The Titleist TSi2 offers a deeper, lower CG to help golfers easily lift the golf ball from the fairway for extended carry from anywhere on the golf course.

The face of the TSi2 has also been optimized for high MOI that limits twisting for maximum forgiveness.

About the TSi line, the TSi2 offers low spin with high launch, a great combination for finding a forgiving Titleist golf club.

Our Verdict

If you are in the market for a players club that helps generate speed with lower spin and mid launch, the fairway version of the Titleist TSi3 offers the full package with the option to add premium shafts.

During our testing, the TSi3 produced top-tier ball speed resulting in jaw-dropping distance. Even for our slower swingers, the Titleist TSi3 Fairway Wood increased MPH, helping add yardage on swing after swing.

An outstanding fairway wood with various adjustable features, the Titleist TSi3 delivers muscle and finesse, producing some of the prettiest shots we’ve seen from a recent fairway wood.

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