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post #19 of 29

My MP-59s are only 1.5 years old, but something is telling me that I need a combo set of the 714s (3-6 CBs, 7-P MBs).

post #20 of 29

I have an appointment on Friday to get fitted for some Titleist clubs. I have never hit them but my game has improved enough to where I feel it might be time to see what they are all about. I have an appointment with one of their club fitting specialists at 1:20pm on Friday.

post #21 of 29
I'm guessing they're going to do the AP2 712s though, right?
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Originally Posted by macmovieman View Post

I have an appointment on Friday to get fitted for some Titleist clubs. I have never hit them but my game has improved enough to where I feel it might be time to see what they are all about. I have an appointment with one of their club fitting specialists at 1:20pm on Friday.
post #22 of 29

I am really not sure which way I am going to go because I am not sure I know the difference between the AP1 vs the AP2. I am very tempted to wait for this fitting until after the 714s are released.

post #23 of 29
AP2 is a more traditional size, shape, and loft. AP1 is more forgiving, larger head, lower COG, more offset, and stronger loft. AP2 is marketed towards a better player, but several PGA Tour pros play AP1.
post #24 of 29

AP2 also is marketed as a forged club though only the face is forged.  The AP1 is more a GI / SGI club where as the AP2 is GI for lower handicaps that want to work the ball but still want some forgiveness beyond what the CB and MB offer

post #25 of 29

Titleist was doing a local fitting at a country club here, so I decided to stop by after my round this past Friday.  I got a chance to see the new 714 line, and at first glance - ALL models are super, super sexy.  Since I know that I'm eventually going to game the AP2's, I decided to try those out - only got a chance to hit the 6 iron with a few different shaft options.  I hit balls for about 15-20 minutes, and I can tell you one thing - these things feel like butter.  Mishits felt solid, solid shots felt amazing, and the club looks SO good at address.  For me, the dynamic gold option felt the best at impact, and the KBS seemed to have a little better trajectory.  However, it was getting dark so it was a little tough to truly gauge distances/carries/etc.  So for anyone that is even remotely thinking about getting the new AP2's, do yourself a favor and go hit them.  My guess is you walk out carrying a brand new set of irons.  November 8th - we're ready for you! 

post #26 of 29

I have a new set of 714  CB  4-pw and love them  --- gold x100 shafts

post #27 of 29

I got fitted for the AP1's 712 when they came out ...... Then went overseas didn't get to play much with them but I am still thinking about going in to get fitted for the 714's . Im getting a lot of good feedback on them . 

post #28 of 29
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Originally Posted by showdown View Post
 

I got fitted for the AP1's 712 when they came out ...... Then went overseas didn't get to play much with them but I am still thinking about going in to get fitted for the 714's . Im getting a lot of good feedback on them .

You should go hit them, I have the 712 AP1's and hit the 714's and didn't feel or see much difference.  I use the 712 AP1's as my travel set and was considering buying the 714's to leave at my course but when I tested all the irons I found I hit the Mizuno JPX-825's better than both the 712's and 714's.

post #29 of 29
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Originally Posted by newtogolf View Post

You should go hit them, I have the 712 AP1's and hit the 714's and didn't feel or see much difference.  I use the 712 AP1's as my travel set and was considering buying the 714's to leave at my course but when I tested all the irons I found I hit the Mizuno JPX-825's better than both the 712's and 714's.
I will do that ....... Thanks newtogolf !
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