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These have been out for about a year, I bought mine (T-200) in December of 2020.  And some others at my club had them much earlier than me.

And @DaveP043has had them probably longer than that.

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8 minutes ago, jsgolfer said:

These have been out for about a year, I bought mine (T-200) in December of 2020.  And some others at my club had them much earlier than me.

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These are the 2021 models, Jerry.

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I did get my T200 irons in the spring of 2020.  The models shown in the photos are significantly different in appearance from mine.  To be honest, the original models look a little busy, I like the sleeker look on the new T200.  But looks aren't really the important thing, its how they work for you.  Mine work reasonably well.

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4 hours ago, iacas said:

Which ones?

I have yet to hit them so I’m very unsure and can only honestly say they aesthetically look sharp from the first look. I think I will try the T-100 model. It’s Interesting, do you think Titleist is simply covering technology rather than expose with some of these new models?

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Love them. Looks like some new tech with the T200. Wonder when the "classic" line will appear with the traditional MBs and CBs 👀

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Those irons do look very nice and Titleist is very high on my list of manufacturers whose products I like.  When I bought my most recent set of irons, they were the only brand other than Ping I gave a ton of consideration to, and when I replace my wedges (I'm experimenting with a different setup using borrowed edges now), they're one of only three I'm probably going to give a lot of consideration to.

Of course, I saw the name T-100 and my mind went away from golf to wondering if Titleist will premiere a T-800 or T-1000 at some point.  Those probably wouldn't do much for my golf game.

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35 minutes ago, Shindig said:

Of course, I saw the name T-100 and my mind went away from golf to wondering if Titleist will premiere a T-800 or T-1000 at some point.  Those probably wouldn't do much for my golf game.

Hey, wait just a minute ... careful of unintended consequences:

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The Terminator, also known as a Cyberdyne Systems Model 101 or the T-800, is the name of several film characters from the Terminator franchise

Maybe they just need to call these irons the Terminator series. (Gotta be an "I'll be back" reference to golf clubs somehow, but it's not coming to me.)

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On 6/21/2021 at 8:37 AM, DewSweeper09 said:

These look incredible. Looks like I will finally make the switch. Can’t wait to hit these new series.

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Eww. Don’t look good to me. I’ll pass.  

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1 hour ago, Missouri Swede said:

Hey, wait just a minute ... careful of unintended consequences:

Maybe they just need to call these irons the Terminator series. (Gotta be an "I'll be back" reference to golf clubs somehow, but it's not coming to me.)

Worried about hitting your wedge past the pin?  Not to worry, with the new Titleist T-800 wedge, you can safely hit beyond the pin.  The spin will ensure that it will come back.

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Got fitted in the middle of March an went into the T100s irons, theyre not just showing up Friday. Sucks everything is backed up

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