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Titleist AP1 710 Iron Set Reviews

titleistfan2016

Quality club from a quality company

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Pros: Forgiveness and distance

Cons: expensive

These irons are good for the mid to high handicapper who wants to play titleist irons but is not a good enough ball striker to play the ap2s. Solid cast feel, with a very noticeable sound off the face. 
Mark5

Nice Senior's Club

Posted

Pros: Accurate, soft feel

Cons: Expensive

Adella Graphite 75-A shafts.  Lie adjusted 2 deg +   6-W - $115 a club.  The P club is 45 deg, (what used to be a 9) so you need the 50 deg W.   They had to be assembled by Titleist due to the "A" shaft not being in dealers stock and I had them in 5 days. When checked  the lie on one club was off 1/2 a degree.   Handicap:  4 ruptured neck vertebrae with lower back no better.   Soft feel (which I like), and I know when I hit the ball poorly - they do sting!  Yet the penalty is not that bad, the ball usually ends up playable. It's definitely a game improvement iron  but don't look or feel like it. I hit these better then...
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