- Oct 8, 2008
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- Where the THP Tour Van Takes Us!
Agreed. I've never been interested in their irons but I like the looks and love the fact that the stock steel shaft is a TT AMT that I absolutely love in my Srixon irons.I have a feeling this run of new irons will do very well for Titleist. I've never owned Titleist irons and I'm very interested in the T100s.
100% correctI know there will be some that aren’t happy to see the AP monikers go away, but it makes perfect sense.
As I mentioned in the release the intro of the AP3 made it super confusing and awkward. The 1 was the most forgiving, the 2 the most demanding, and the 3 was supposed to be in the middle but being named ap3 confused the crap out of everyone to where half thought they were actually the biggest of the three irons.
This makes it clean, and simple.
I appreciate it.
May not have to. I think we often get too focused on making sure loft gaps are identical as opposed to seeing if distance gaps work.I would be way more interested in the T200 set if the lofts weren't so cranked down. I can't just add another wedge to the bottom end of my bag to make up the gap
Titleist marks which irons have an upcharge here: https://www.titleist.com/fitting/golf-club-fitting/golf-shaftsDo we know if we will be able to get pretty much any steel shaft at no up charge?
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That is what I am referring to. I know what my yardages are with my sand wedge and my set gap wedge. If I were to get a new stronger gap wedge then my yardage gap will widen between them.May not have to. I think we often get too focused on making sure loft gaps are identical as opposed to seeing if distance gaps work.