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Can you adjust loft on Titleist TS2 driver?

Yes, you can adjust the loft on the Titleist TS2 driver. The Titleist TS2 driver SureFit hosel allows you to adjust the TS2 driver up to 16 different positions.

To adjust the TS2 driver, you will have to use a wrench to open the clubhead screw. Once the clubhead is open, remove the head to find two clogs provided for loft adjustment.

The upper cog/ring has alphabets, while the lower one has numbers. Use the Titleist SureFit chart (provided in the next section) to make the loft adjustment with the two cogs. The driver comes with a standard loft setting.

 

Titleist TS2 driver specs

Titleist TS2 drivers have been built for straight speed. The drivers are more forgiving and produce a higher launch and spin than many other driver models.

Head Size

460cc

Loft Options

8.5°, 9.5°, 10.5° and 11.5°

Lie

58.5° (standard)

Standard Length for Men

45.5”

Standard Length for Women

44.5” 

Design

Reduces aerodynamic drag by 20% to increase speed

Crown

Ultra-thin titanium crown

Face

Variable thickness for better forgiveness

Shaft Model (Flex)

Mitsubishi KUROKAGE Black Dual Core SFW 50 (A, R, S, X)

Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black 60 (5.5, 6.0, 6.5)

Project X HZRDUS Smoke Yellow 60 (6.0, 6.5)
Project X Even Flow T1100 White 65 (6.0, 6.5)
Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 Gray (Core Diameter: .580, .600, U.580, U.600)

 

How do I adjust the settings on my Titleist TS2driver?

The Titleist drivers come with a SureFit hosel system. This lets you change the loft and lie angle to improve and control your shot. Adjusting the setting is easy and simple if you follow the instructions.

Remember to not change the swing weight in the sole. This has been carefully calculated and decided by experts. Though you can loosen and change the swing weight, I don’t recommend doing it.

The TS2 driver comes with a T wrench to remove the head so that you can adjust the loft and bias to suit your requirements. Don’t use other tools except the ones provided by the manufacturer. This will prevent the screw heads from being damaged.

 

Steps to adjust the settings on a Titleist TS2 Driver: 

Follow the below steps to adjust the setting on the Titleist TS2 driver:

  1. Place the sharp end of the wrench on the top of the screw.
  2. Turn it in an anti-clockwise direction to loosen the screw until the clubhead screw is fully open.
  3. Remove the head and you’ll see cogs/rings with alphabets and numbers on them.
  • The upper ring has alphabets A, B, C, and D.
  • The lower ring has numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4.

The above values correspond to the loft and lie settings on the driver.

  1. Raise the loft up to 1.5° or lower it up to 0.75°.
  2. Adjust the lie to 1.5° upright or 0.75° flatter. 

The default setting from the factory is A.1 for right-handed golfers. You can set 16 unique combinations of loft and lie to get the desired launch, spin and speed.

  1. Once you adjust the setting, place the head back on the shaft.
  2. Use the wrench to turn the screw in the clockwise direction.
  3. Tighten it slowly until you hear the click sound.
  4. Stop here. Don’t tighten after hearing the click. It’ll damage the driver.
  5. Swing and win your game.

Golfers tend to record more spin and high launch when the stated loft is increased. However, this setting makes them compromise on their distance. The draw is maximum when the driver is set to the A3 position with both the loft and lie angle at their maximum values. 

 

Titleist TS2 Driver Adjustment

 

Titleist TS2 driver adjustment chart

The driver adjustment is different for right-handed and left-handed golfers.

TS2 driver (8.5° loft) adjustment chart for right-handed players:

Combination

Loft (8.5° Driver)

Lie (Standard at 58.5°)

Position

A1

8.5° (Standard)

58.5° (Standard)

Neutral

A2

8.5° (Standard)

(+1.5°) 60°

Upright

A3 (Most Draw)

(+1.5) 10°

(+1.5°) 60°

Upright

A4

(+1.5) 10°

58.5°(Standard)

Neutral

B1

8.5° (Standard)

(-0.75°) 57.75°

Flat

B2

8.5° (Standard)

(+0.75°) 59.25°

Upright

B3

(+1.5°) 10°

(+0.75°) 59.25°

Upright

B4

(+1.5°) 10°

(-0.75°) 57.75°

Flat

C1 (Most Fade)

(-0.75°) 7.75°

(-0.75°) 57.75°

Flat

C2

(-0.75°) 7.75°

(+0.75°) 59.25°

Upright

C3

(+0.75°) 9.25°

(+0.75°) 59.25°

Upright

C4

(+0.75°) 9.25°

(-0.75°) 57.75°

Flat

D1

(-0.75°) 7.75°

58.5° (Standard)

Neutral

D2

(-0.75°) 7.75°

(+1.5°) 60°

Upright

D3

(+0.75°) 9.25°

(+1.5°) 60°

Upright

D4

(+0.75°) 9.25°

58.5° (Standard)

Neutral

 

While the standard setting is good to use, you might want to keep the following aspects in mind.

  • 1 is the standard position.
  • Position the rings to A.2 position if you want more draw than with the stated loft.
  • Change the rings to A.3 position if you want maximum draw as well as to hit the ball high in the air.
  • Opt for B.4 position for maximum loft and a flat lie angle.
  • Set the position of the rings to C.1 for the least loft and maximum fade.

 

TS2 driver (8.5°) adjustment chart for left-handed players:

Combination

Loft (8.5° Driver)

Lie (Standard at 58.5°)

Position

A1

(+0.75°) 9.25°

58.5° (Standard)

Neutral

A2

(+0.75°) 9.25°

(+1.5°) 60°

Upright

A3

(-0.75°) 7.75°

(+1.5°) 60°

Upright

A4

(-0.75°) 7.75°

58.5° (Standard)

Neutral

B1

(+0.75°) 9.25°

(-0.75°)57.75°

Flat

B2

(+0.75°) 9.25°

(+0.75°) 59.25°

Upright

B3

(-0.75°) 7.75°

(+0.75°) 59.25°

Upright

B4 (Most Fade)

(-0.75°) 7.75°

(-0.75°)57.75°

Flat

C1

(+1.5°) 10°

(-0.75°)57.75°

Flat

C2

(+1.5°) 10°

(+0.75°) 59.25°

Upright

C3

8.5° (Standard)

(+0.75°) 59.25°

Upright

C4

8.5° (Standard)

(-0.75°)57.75°

Flat

D1

(+1.5°) 10°

58.5° (Standard)

Neutral

D2 (Most Draw)

(+1.5°) 10°

(+1.5°) 60°

Upright

D3

8.5° (Standard)

(+1.5°) 60°

Upright

D4

8.5° (Standard)

58.5° (Standard)

Neutral

 

  • 4 is the standard position.
  • Move to D.3 for more draw with the standard loft.
  • Set the rings to D.2 position to hit the ball high in the air with the maximum draw.
  • Set the C.1 position to get the maximum loft and a fade bias.
  • Opt for the B.4 position maximum fade bias and least loft.

 

Which is more forgiving TS2 or TS3?

TS2 driver is more forgiving than TS3. Titleist highlights that TS2 has been designed for maximum forgiveness. On the other hand, TS3 has been designed to fine-tune the speed for better performance.

The face of the TS2 driver has a variable thickness that decreases the center of gravity. Since all shots don’t come from exactly the middle of the club, this design allows TS2 to be more forgiving than the TS3 driver.

 

What is the head weight of the TS2 driver?

The head weight of the TS2 driver offered by the manufacturer is 6.84oz (194 grams). This includes the stock weight of 0.317oz (9 grams) provided by Titleist. You can change the weights by replacing them with heavier or lighter ones. The weights are denoted using the + or – sign to indicate that they are either heavier or lighter than the standard weight.

Sours: https://www.golfstorageguide.com/titleist-ts2-driver-adjustment-guide/

…and how knowing exactly how it works can help your game

I have encountered many questions from consumers and golf industry employees as to what exactly happens when you change the setting on the Titleist SureFit Tour Hosel. Understanding how to use the Performance Fitting Chart and it’s 16 settings is vital to achieving the best launch conditions and getting the most out of your Titleist Driver, fairway metal, or hybrid.

For this example, lets use the 915 Performance Fitting Chart and a right-handed 9.5* Driver. In the A1 setting, the loft is the stated 9.5* with standard lie angle. If we are trying to achieve maximum height and launch with this current head/shaft combination, the appropriate setting would be A4. This setting mechanically adds 1.5* of loft, bringing us up to 11*. The important thing to keep in mind is that this loft change only takes place if you hold your Titleist Driver in the air and do not sole it. The reason for this is that when you add loft, you are effectively closing the face angle if you SOLE THE DRIVER ON THE GROUND. So, going from the A1 to A4 setting can lead to one of two scenarios. One, if the golfer never soles the club, squares the face, and he now has an 11* driver. Scenario two is that the golfer soles the club on the ground, takes his grip, and the driver is still 9.5* but the face angle is closed, adding a draw bias to the golf club. If you are a player that has to sole the club before you take your grip (most golfers are in my opinion) you are still in luck if you are trying to achieve 11*. Simply sole the club, open the clubface until it looks square or “normal” to you, take your grip and swing away. Some confusion arises around this topic because Titleist actually has two Charts. One is for consumers and this is what you will find with your literature when you purchase a Titleist Driver. The other chart, which has more information regarding face angle, is found in fitting guides that Titleist produces for PGA Professionals and golf club fitters. Below is the chart as you are probably used to seeing it…

The-Truth-about-the-Titleist-SureFit-Tour-Hosel-the-Performance-Fitting-Chart-1

As you can see there is no information regarding face angle. In my opinion this is acceptable as the extra information can tend to confuse some people. The most important thing to keep in mind is that when using this chart, if you are trying to achieve more or less loft, make sure you either square the face while the club is in the air, or you must first sole the club, open or close the club until it is square, and then take your grip. DO NOT sole the club and then immediately take your grip. If you do this you are simply playing with a different face angle, and did not change loft at all.

Now the other chart for club fitters looks like this….

915 Performance Fitting Guide (RH)

You can see there is an entirely new chart on the right side that shows what the face angle adjustments are when you go up or down in the chart. For all Titleist metals, from the 910 series to the 816 hybrids, the A1 setting has the standard loft stated on the club and the face angle is .5* open. When going from A1 to D4, you can see the face angle goes from .5* open to .5* closed, one whole degree of face closure, and we will achieve an increase of loft of .75* when the face is squared. The reason behind this is that loft to face angle is about a .7/1 ratio… meaning for every 1* change in face angle, the effective loft when the clubface is squared is altered by about .7*. To make things easier Titleist rounds up to a more round number of .75*. If we continue to go up the chart to the A4 setting, you see we close the face one more degree, and add another .75* of loft when the face is squared.

How this information can help you play better golf:

Understanding how face angle plays a role in the SureFit Tour Hosel can really help golfers if they are having directional issues with their driver or metals. For example…

If you are hitting a Slice:

Your setting would 100% be A3. In this scenario, it is vital that you simply sole the club, and then take your grip. DO NOT SQUARE THE FACE because then you are taking your closed face angle and draw biased club out of the equation. In the A3 setting the face angle is 1.5* closed and the lie angle is 1.5* upright, which will furthermore help to effectively close the face at impact and eliminate your slice.

If you are hitting a Hook:

Your setting would be C1. Simply ground the club and take your normal grip and in play you will have a driver that sits 1.5* open with a .75* flat lie angle. Both of these specs will aid in keeping the face open during impact and help to avoid the left side of the golf course.

If you like the look of an open club face but want a draw bias:

Your setting would be A2. Here we do not change face angle at all, we are simply making the club more upright. Face angle is still .5* open (which is a very popular position for golfers of all abilities) but the lie angle will be 1.5* upright to aid in achieving your draw. This brings up the point that loft and lie can be changed independently with this system. As you know loft and face angle have a relationship when going up or down in the chart, but simply moving left or right in the chart ONLY changes lie angle, and keeps loft/face angle static.

Notes on face angle according to Titleist.com

-Golfers will react differently to changes in face angle.

-Some will square the face at impact and alter the loft.

-The head will have more loft when squared at impact if you start with a closed face angle.

-The head will have less loft when squared at impact if you start with an open face angle.

-Some will maintain the club’s static face angle and the resulting change in face angle will affect direction.

-A closed face angle will result in left ball flight.

-An open face angle will result in right ball flight.

-Some golfers will make a combination of these adjustments.

-The golfer’s ability to consistently return the club face at impact has a greater effect on directional control than the face angle setting.

-Ultimately, the golfer’s ball flight will be your best source of guidance regarding performance.

Source: http://titleist.com

Important points to keep in mind:

  • For driver…each .75* change in loft changes launch by ½” and spin by 275 rpm
  • For driver… each .75* change in lie angle will affect direction by 2 yards
  • 915, 913, 910 driver heads and shafts are interchangeable
  • 915 and 913 fairway heads and shafts are interchangeable
  • 915 and 913 hybrid heads and shafts are interchangeable
  • 910 fairway heads and shafts are NOT interchangeable with 915 and 913
  • 910 hybrid heads and shafts are NOT interchangeable with 915 and 913
  • 816 hosel adjusts in 1.0* loft & lie increments if used in 915 and 913 heads
  • 915 and 913 hosel adjusts in .75* increments if used in 816 heads
816 Performance Fitting Guide (RH)

Conclusion:

As you can see this post has a ton of detailed information. My intent was to give you all the necessary tools to help you find the SureFit setting that helps you get the most out of your Titleist equipment. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask or comment below. Good luck!

Also, please comment below and tell me what clubs/ shafts/ balls you would like to be tested head to head.I will choose the most popular requests and post results ASAP.


Comments:

Matthew,
Fantastic piece.
The most complete, thorough and easy to read description regarding effect of face angle and lie.
I’ve been trying to find out whether my driver would remain at .5 degrees open if I only changed lie angle. This article clearly states that it will per the club fitters guide.
Time for me to determine if a different lie angle will better suit my game.
I will be saving this piece to my favorites list.
Thank you for your help.
All the best,
Ronan ConnollyRonan Connolly
Hi Ronan,
Thank you for the great feedback and you are correct…With Titleist you absolutely do not change face angle/ loft when you more left or right ONLY on the SureFit Chart. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

Also, I apologize for not having a Newsletter sign-up… new to the whole blog thing and still learning.

Thanks for following,

DanKDanK

this is a great articleMark King
Thanks Mark for the feedback! If you have any other topics or questions you are interested in please let me know and I will try to help.DanK
Thanks for a very good explanation on Surefit. However, I need to ask about your recommendation if one is hitting a hook. It’s seems that for correcting a slice a higher loft is suggested (A3), which makes me think that a higher loft would also be good for correcting a hook. Still you recommend a lower loft. Why is that?

Cheers

NicolaiNicolai

Hello Nicolia,

Thank you for reading and for the question, I am happy to assist. If you are hitting a hook there are two things you can do to help you out. First I would recommend the B1 setting. Assuming you are in the neutral A1 setting currently, B1 will place the club .75* flat and provide more of a fade bias, which should help counteract your hook. The best thing with B1 is that you are not affecting loft or face angle. If B1 doesn’t offer enough assistance, go down to C1. The club will still be .75* flat, but now it will also be 1.5* open (face angle). The reason you should play C1, which is a lower lofted setting, is that in order to get the .75* less in loft that C1 provides, the club has to be opened by a full degree. In order to achieve your new “anti hook” setting, be sure to sole the club first, then take your grip and swing away. The club should seem flat and way open in regards to face angle. I hope this helps and please don’t hesitate if you have any further questions.

Take Care,

DanKDanK

Hi
would it follow that a short (5 6″)person will benefit from a flatter lie with the face squared ?
ThankyouGraham
Hello,

The general rule of thumb is that shorter players could benefit from a flatter lie angle… but not always. Assuming we are discussing the driver, how is your ball flight with a std. lie angle? If the ball is going left predominantly, try B1. If the ball is going right, try going left on the SureFit Chart to a more upright lie angle such as A2 or B2. Good luck.

-DanKDanK

Hi Matthew,
The first useable article I have found on the net, great work!

Im 44 years old, right handed a Hcp 15,2 golfer (been in Hcp 14,1 a couple of months ago)
I play with a “Diamana shaft D+70 x5ct Flex-S” with head 915D2 10.5 Degree..

When I bought my driver last year I got my driver fitted, and at first the PGA pro put it into B2, as I had (what most amateur golfers have, outside/in swing path) and having problem with either a slice or a fade…
I got instructed in swinging Inside/out, returned 14 days later, he looked at my swing, and changede it to A1 (neutral) as I was standing there it all seemed to work, he left and that was it… But since, I tend to either slice the ball, OR starting med ballflight from Left to right, and the real trouble begins in windy conditions (wind from the left) because its like adding a lot of side spin to my ballflight, and it then instead turns into a slice.

At the moment I have it in C3, (just to try something diffrent) but it´s like that´s to much loft for me, because I seem to sky it a bit, and it have a really high launch angle and I have lost like 20-30 yards or so, but with the same ballflight, (slice or Left to right)

But of course I do sometimes hit it dead straight, also in windy conditions, but my question is, can i neutralize this a bit by putting it in to C2 or D1.
Sole the club, open/ close the clubface until it looks square, take my grib and then swing away?

hope I write so you can understand it, as Im from Denmark

Best Regards
John/ KeezJohn Keez Madisa

Hi John,

Thanks for the question and positive feedback.

If your goal is maximum slice (lets call it a power fade) prevention, try A3. Make sure to sole the club (it should look closed), and then take your grip. The face angle will be 1.5* closed and 1.5* upright… all things to combat the dreaded left to right shot. Let me know how this works. Good luck!

-DanKDanK

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[…] to chance in creating the perfect driver for Tour pros and average Joes. Their industry leading SureFit Hosel and SureFit CG weight system guarantee the best, most precise fitting for every […]
Mate this article is spot on.

Went to the range today and tried a few different settings. I held the 915d2 driver in the air, tried to get the club face as square as I could, took my grip, addressed the ball without soling the club and took my swing. For the first time since I bought the club, which was ages ago, I could actually see the benefits of changing the settings.

My fave was A4, got the ball really high with a slight draw for me.Tommy

Awesome! I love to hear success stories. Any other topics you might want some insight on? I’m happy to help.

-DanKDanK

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SUREFIT® PERFORMANCE GUIDE

COMPLETE ADJUSTABILITY

Developed to fine-tune Titleist metals on tour, SureFit Hosel and SureFit CG provide our expert fitters with an industry-leading capability to optimally fit every golfer.

The SureFit® Hosel features a sleeve and ring, each with four settings. The sleeve settings are numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, and the ring settings are lettered A, B, C, D. There are 16 unique loft and lie angle combinations.

Adjusting the SureFit Hosel

Insert SureFit wrench into hosel screw and rotate counter-clockwise until hosel becomes loose, move adjustment ring to the desired setting, and tighten clockwise until you feel and hear the wrench “click”. If the screw feels like it is binding, stop and realign components.

Important Notes

  • TSi, TS, 917, 915, 913 and 910 driver shafts are interchangeable.
  • TSi, TS, 917, 915 and 913 fairway shafts are interchangeable.
  • Titleist Driver & Fairway SureFit Hosels adjust in .75° loft and lie increments.
  • Titleist Hybrid SureFit Hosels adjust in 1° loft and lie increments.

How to Adjust SureFit Hosel in TSi Metals

The SureFit Hosel features a sleeve and ring, each with four settings. The sleeve settings are numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, and the ring settings are lettered A, B, C, D. There are 16 unique loft and lie angle combinations.

Performance Fitting Guides

Start in the standard position: A•1 (RH) or D•4 (LH).

Move up or down in the grid to adjust trajectory.

Move left or right in the grid to fine-tune direction.

+/- .75° denotes driver/fairway settings; +/- 1° denotes hybrid setting.

For best results, see an authorized Titleist Fitter.


*LOFT = EFFECTIVE LOFT with a square face at impact.

Experience Titleist Golf Clubs

The best way to truly appreciate the complete performance of Titleist golf clubs, achieve total confidence on every shot, and shoot lower scores, is to experience Titleist club fitting for yourself. Find a fitting location by using the search tool below or calling 1-888-TITLEIST.

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SUREFIT WEIGHT TO SWINGWEIGHT CLOSEST TO STANDARD

SureFit Weight Options

Titleist Metals feature the ability to change the SureFit® weight in order to modify swingweight. Our fitting research shows that headweight has a significant influence on feel and that golfer preference was widely spread among all weights. The following table helps guide you to which SureFit weight may be used to achieve a swingweight close to our nominal swingweight.

CLUB LENGTH
MEN'SLADIES
1 1/2" Under+6g+2g
1" Under+4gStd.
1/2" Under+2g-2g
StandardStd.-4g
1/2" Over-2g-4g
1" Over-4g-4g

TSi3 metals feature a new SureFit® CG track technology, offering five unique positions in the Driver and three unique positions in the Fairway to adjust club head CG to fine-tune ball flight with neutral, fade or draw flight.

How to Adjust SureFit CG in the TSi3 Driver

Titleist TSi3 metals feature a new SureFit® CG track technology, offering five unique positions in the Driver and three unique positions in the Fairway to adjust club head CG to fine-tune ball flight with neutral, fade or draw flight.

WARNING

Read instructions completely before use.

The SureFit® wrench must be used to properly and safely adjust the performance of Titleist metals. Club components should be inspected frequently, before and during play, to ensure that all connections are tight. Keep the hosel connection area clean from dirt and debris at all times. This proprietary system is only compatible with genuine Titleist components and must NOT be used with components from other manufacturers. Failure to adhere to this provision may void the warranty and/or cause damage to the system. Failure to follow these instructions may create a situation where the clubhead could loosen or disengage from the shaft during a swing, possibly causing serious injury.

For more information, explore this website or U.S. consumers may also call Team Titleist at 1-888-TITLEIST. Titleist golf clubs conform to the Rules of Golf approved by the USGA and R&A. However, the settings on your golf club must not be adjusted during a round of golf. For complete rules information visit, www.usga.org or www.randa.org.

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How To Adjust My Titleist TS4 Driver

The Titleist TS4 driver is adjusted at the hosel. There are 16 setting combinations to adjust lie and loft. Rotate the rings on the hosel to increased or decrease loft and for draw or fade swing bias.

The Titleist TS4 Driver is one of the most versatile drivers on the market. This club is able to be fitted to any player and used by any player to improve their game in seconds.

However, setting up the Titleist TS4 for you can be challenging at first, leaving many asking, “how do I adjust my Titleist TS4 driver?”

The number gear adjusts loft, and the letter gear adjusts lie, combine them for the perfect swing.

The adjustability of the TS4 driver makes it an incredible asset for players of every skill level.

However, understanding the settings and how to adjust them is vital for using this club well. Let’s take a look at how to adjust the Titleist TS4 Driver.

 

Is The Titleist TS4 Driver Adjustable?

The Titleist TS4 Driver is adjustable. There are 16 adjustment combinations to adjust for lie and loft, which are made by turning the rings on the hosel.

The TS4 is not only adjustable, but it is one of the most adjustable drivers on the market. The sheer number of setting combinations make this driver incredibly versatile and good to use for every type of player.

The settings on the TS4 allow it to be adjusted for the lie and loft angles of the player’s swing. If the lie angle of the club is adjusted for a draw bias, the player will swing slightly more from right to left.

If the club is adjusted for a fade bias, the player will swing slightly more from left to right. This can make the difference between a winning shot and a lost ball.

The lie settings of the TS4 are very useful, but so are the loft adjustment setting.

The loft settings on the TS4 allow the player to easily increase or decrease the loft of the ball after striking it.

The ability to increase or decrease loft significantly affects the accuracy of a hit and can drastically affect the distance that the ball will travel in the air.

There are 16 setting combinations on the TS4 for loft and lie adjustment, which means that it can be set up to be ideal for any player out there.

All of these settings on the Titleist TS4 driver make it one of the best drivers available for players of any skill level. Using the settings to your advantage can improve your game significantly – maybe even more than you realize.

 

How Do I Adjust The SureFit Hosel On My Titleist TS4 Driver?

Adjusting the Titleist TS4 driver may seem complicated at first, but once you understand what the settings mean and how to adjust them properly for your own requirements, you will find that making the adjustments is simple.

All adjustments on the TS4 are made using the SureFit Hosel installed on the driver, and the biggest hurdle to get over when making adjustments to the driver is understanding how the settings on the hosel affect the performance of the club.

Titleist provides a very useful chart that indicates the settings and what adjustments affect the club in what ways, but it can be a challenge to get the adjustments right even with this chart.

Let’s try to make things simple, and look at how to adjust the SureFit Hosel on the TS4.

The SureFit Hosel on the Titleist TS4 is equipped with two rings, also called gears. Each ring on the hosel adjusts one aspect of the clubs’ loft or lie settings.

The upper ring, which has letters on it, is used to adjust the lie setting combination, while the lower ring, with numbers it adjusts the loft setting combination.

Combining the letters and numbers on the adjustment rings adjusts the loft and lie angle of the club.

Using a combination of the letters and numbers on the hosel rings, the club can be adjusted to improve or compensate for loft and lie.

Increasing the loft will increase how high the ball travels in the air, and the left adjusts the swing bias of the player, either from left to right or from right to left.

The numbers and letters are always used in combination by using the adjustment chart provided by Titleist.

Here are some steps to follow to adjust the SureFit Hosel on the TS4:

  • Step 1 – remove the club head from the shaft by loosening the screw that connects the two by using the provided club wrench.
  • Step 2– place the clubhead down, and hold the hosel pointing upward to clearly see the adjustment rings on the hosel.
  • Step 3 ­– Lift and turn the rings on the hosel to the desired settings, and release them to allow them to lock in with each other.
  • Step 4– once you have chosen your desired setting, place the clubhead back onto the shaft. Be sure that the number and letter combination that you have chosen line up with the white dot on the bottom of the head; this will lock in the settings.
  • Step 5 – tighten the screw at the base of the clubhead to secure it onto the shaft. Tighten the screw with a club wrench until you hear a loud click, and do not tighten it any further

 

Titleist TS4 Driver Adjustment

 

Titleist TS4 Adjustment Chart

The Titleist TS4 driver has 16 setting combinations that adjust the loft and fade settings for the club. We have discussed how to change the settings on the club, but interpreting the settings themselves can be a challenge.

 

The easiest way to understand the adjustment settings of the TS4 is to look at them in a table:

L

O

F

T

+ 1.5O

A3

B3

A4

B4

+ 0.75O

D3

C3

D4

C4

STD

A2

B2

A1

B1

– 0.75O

D2

C2

D1

C1

(R/H)

1.5O up

0.75o up

STD

0.75o flat

LIE

 

It may seem difficult to interpret these figures at first, but once you understand what they mean, it becomes very simple to make the proper adjustments to the TS4 to suit your needs.

The column on the left of the table indicates the degree of loft that a particular setting changes, and the lowest row of the table indicate the degree of lie that a setting changes.

The red settings, A1 and STD (standard), are the default loft and lie settings for the TS4.

The table shows that if you move up or down a space, the loft angle of the clubhead is increased or decreased respectively.

Moving across a space adjusts the lie angle of the head, increasing toward the left and decreasing toward the right, for either a fade or draw bias.

For example, if I want to move from the standard setting, A1, to the TS4 setting with the highest loft angle, and the highest angle of lie, I would set the hosel rings to A3.

If you want less loft from this setting, I would move down a space to D3 and make the adjustment of the hosel. This decreases the loft by 0.75o, which is still 0.75o higher than the standard-setting.

If you would like to use the setting with the lowest loft angle but the greatest fade bias, setting C1 is where to go. This will create a hit with the lowest loft angle while causing the club to swing from left to right (fade).

 

Conclusion

The Titleist TS4 is one of the most versatile drivers ever made, and the 16 setting adjustments that are available on the SureFit hosel can make this club perfect for any player.

Remove the head of the club, adjust the hosel settings to the perfect degree of loft and lie for your swing, and the TS4 maybe your greatest asset on the course!

Take your time to experiment and decide on which settings are best for you. The TS4 has many settings to choose from, so try all of them and choose which is ideal for your game.

Sours: https://www.golfstorageguide.com/titleist-ts4-driver-adjustment-guide/

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