Have NEW Drivers REALLY Got Better? 2014 Titleist 915 D3 vs 2021 Titleist TSi3!

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Have NEW Drivers REALLY Got Better? 2014 Titleist 915 D3 vs 2021 Titleist TSi3! When new drivers are released we often think, do new drivers go further? do new go clubs go longer? is it easier to hit longer drives with a new driver? well time to time we might test The Titleist TSi3 vs the Titleist TS3… to the Taylormade Sim vs the Taylormade SIM2… but that makes no sense as you don’t see differences between one year old drivers… but what about the second hand golf clubs from years ago… have drivers progressed in the last 10 years? have golf clubs got better in the last 10 years? will buying a new driver make you a better golfer? or even buying a full set of new golf clubs? in this video I test the Titleist TSi3 against the Titleist 915D3 driver… let’s do it… and let’s do it now!

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Phillip Tyrrell says:

With regards to scientific testing. Is there a potential to get say 20 pros hitting 50+ shots?

MARK SHEPHERD says:

Golf Drivers can not get any better, yes heavier heads and swing weighting will change a Driver tremendously, but it must suit your game. A 460cc pear shaped head is all you need, why pay for all these gimmicks that just confuse you week in week out.

goodyear1954 says:

too much padding waffle.

Prestige Detailing Studio says:

I started last year but purchased the Tsi2 at market price BUT the Hzrdus RDX shaft snapped on me over the weekend lol. Whoops

Prestige Detailing Studio says:

I started last year but purchased the Tsi2 at market price BUT the Hzrdus RDX shaft snapped on me over the weekend lol. Whoops

Ryan McCarthy says:

I'm still rocking my 905R

Robert Mcintosh says:

No different from 7 years later,
I have a Titleist 975k driver titanium
And ts2 975k far better than ts2 15 yards and bullet straight, club manufacturers are ripping us off.

Markku V says:

Using Ping G..

stephen thompson says:

Have Rogue only changing if there is something as long or better but must be easier to hit. One thing is do I need the ability to alter settings as have had 2 drivers which were costly yet have had no need to change from initial setup.

Mel Mel says:

Ts 2 bought it 18 month's ago .Had a look at tsi2 just before lockdown &was offered £100 trade in by my pro .l think will be gaming my Ts 2 a bit longer

Larry Loaf says:

Taylor made r320 my first driver and a hand me down 20 years old

Craig Martin says:

Just taken Golf back up after25 years and bought 915 off ebay £108 not been hit very much as previous owner didnt like it i love it and i think it was a good deal would like peoples opinion

jim mcmahon says:

Very interested in the results. I moved from 917 to TSI3 and have seen significant progress. I think it's a combo of maybe being a bit more flexible now having done some gym work but certainly hitting it 25 yards further and at least as straight. Absolutely love it. If only I was allowed play it…. (hopefully 5th Apr here in Ireland).

Ken Menser says:

Have the Titleist 915 D3 in my Titleist bag, and the Hogan GS53 Max in my Hogan bag. I am still more consistent with the Titleist, but the Hogan is longer.

pete Kenny says:

The 910 was better James 👍

Rob Keys says:

Really enjoyed this. I’ve been hoping to see this very comparison for a while. Thanks mate.
Also, have you looked at the ZX7 Srixon at all? I’d be keen to see what you think of that as well

Ash Naylor says:

Just been fit for the TSI3 to replace my 915 D3 which I’ve really enjoyed using past seasons but the TSI3 gives me more potential. Off centre it’s still a good miss and when you put a good swing on it there’s so much more in the locker.

Jeremy Booth says:

I’m currently using a Taylormade SLDR. Yes I need a new one I know. Just replaced my 3 wood first. Paid 100 bucks Canadian for the SLDR.
I’d love a new one no doubt.

Neil H says:

I love my 915 D3, best driver I've ever owned. It feels great and I actually really like the sound of it. I've tried the newer Titleists, TM M series and Epics but still prefer the 915.

Craig Brand says:

TM SIM with a reg CB shaft.

Jim Smith says:

Virtually no progress in 5 years on any brand…..

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