Titleist Irons News, Advice and Buyers Guide
Titleist are not just the No.1 brand when it comes to golf balls. Over the last decade they have really moved forwards in golf club manufacturing and are now one of the leading manufactures globally for producing high performance Irons on tour for professionals and amateurs within the game.
The latest addition to the Titleist Iron Range is the AP1, AP2, 716 CB and 716 MB
Here is what you need to know and the key differences, so you can make an informed decision when choosing your New Titleist Irons.
The AP series involves two different iron types. Both the AP1 and AP2 irons are made up of multi-material irons which gives a solid feel for golfers. The improvements on the AP1 is truly amazing as it does not limit the shot control while adding forgiveness.
- This ability of the AP1 iron was not thought to be possible years before, but is now available thanks to Titleist. The dashing look of the iron still features a traditional appearance despite its high MOI design.
- The set has a progressive blade length, which is a good feature for skilled golfers. AP2 irons have a more contemporary look and it’s almost perfect weight distribution is found to be advantageous by highly skilled golfers.
Titleist MB irons -
- These have a traditional muscle back design. Their blade length is short, which offers shot shaping control, like the CB irons.
- These irons are ideal for players who pick the ball off the turf, the MB iron club’s sole is enhanced with a trailing edge relief which provides control for golfers.
Titleist CB irons -
Made for advanced shot control.
- They are mostly used by highly skilled and professional golfers who seek a more predictable direction during the game. CB irons’ blade length is typically short and has very little progressive offset. This enables the player to get the shot shaping control for a better angle.
- Noticeably the CB irons feature slightly wider and fuller soles. Aggressive players can appreciate this physique because it easily skims the ground on swing, without causing a loss in speed or control. All four irons feature the true temper dynamic gold shaft.
- Titleist uses dynamic gold for their irons’ shaft because of its lightness and high flex point. It penetrates trajectory and lowers the spin of control, enabling high ball speed players with more weight feedback, however a full range of custom fit options are available so you can find a perfectly matched set of Titleist Irons for your game.