Titleist realised that they were missing a gap in the market. Guys, this one is as easy as it gets, so I’m going to move fast. While that might sound scary, there’s some research – admittedly in its infancy – into the possibility that the way we gap our bags now is fundamentally flawed. Will try them and see how they perform. Driver: TaylorMade SIM2 (10.5 degrees @8.5) The fundamental design principle behind every set of strong lofted irons is to create more DYNAMIC loft per degree of static loft. Nobody complains about lower-lofted drivers because everyone understands that loft is an essential fitting variable. especially done with 4 or 5 iron for different skill level of golfers? ..I’ love to bet the golfer who wants to tell me how far they hit there 7 iron like that a gauged on how good they play. . What I do know is that growing numbers of golfers are flocking to the player’s distance category. Many players, as you’ve explained, realize the dishonesty and try to manage around it. One of the best players irons available. When Titleist offers an 8.5° driver head, nobody shakes their fists and yells at a cloud about how they have a 10.5° driver in their bag and that they are sick of these sons-of-bitches loft-jacking the big dog. Search Titleist Players Search. An introduction to me, I'm a 64-year old Geotechnical Engineer, living in the Washington DC suburbs. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. I used to jump all over the strong lofts. Key Technology. This is more due to an aging golfer population, but I am just as much for playing traditional game improvement irons and yet I can still play as well with the traditional lofts. Driver: Titleist 917D3 9.5 with Graphite Design MAD Pro 65g S. Wood: Titleist 917F2 with UST Mamiya Helium 5F4. I agree with Jeff here. I have very high spin rates, which probably could be cured with regrooving my swing or if I had grown up with having some proper teaching in the first place. T300 might be better for you if you are looking for foregiveness, SO MUCH FOR LOFT JACKING And, yes, the soles were tweaked as well to keep bounce angles consistent with the T100. Only minor gripe would be high on the face, esp towards the toe, can be fairly dead, but if you’re playing these irons you should own that miss. It’s not about the club it’s all about kicking a dead horse. Made to fit the eye of the player’s iron golfer, the T100-S model features 2-degree stronger lofts than their T100 brethren. Thanks. Thanks That goes for my 8 iron and pitching wedge. We don’t need more rules. So that was loft jacking… I find the ego hurts your score more then any club in your bag. At address it still has the same classic Titleist lines, but in a mid-sized head that gives you more confidence at address. Ok, all drivers should be 7.5*. I prefer the T-100’s because of their traditional shape and they will be easiest for me to adjust to from my Titleist CB’s. Tony, don’t let you=r facts get in the way of someone’s perfectly ill informed rant. Key Technology. Titleist T100 Irons Review. Back in your day, drivers were made of wood and golf balls were filled with feathers. I also am sick of people crying about lofts. The Idea that we should hamstring technology to appease purist fascism is ludicrous. Copyright © 2020 GolfWRX Holdings, LLC. History; Research & Development; Manufacturing; Product Testing & Validation; Pro V1 Story: The Endless Pursuit; Prototype Testing; #ProvingIt Hub; Shop Golf Balls. They are very different to the 755’s – much less offset and much thinner soles and top lines, but they are much easier to hit. Plus due tonsaid shoulders, my swing plane is steep so I get the ball up in the air which also reduces distance. Softer Cast Urethane Cover – To complete the package and deliver on the number one thing players requested with the new golf balls, the new formula for the cast urethane cover is the softest formulation Titleist has ever used the Pro V1 and Pro V1x balls to increases spin around the green and offer players more control. They are all great clubs. Always appreciate the content. Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below. But the T100s just as sleek at address (and a little more techie) while providing similar peak trajectories … Brand Model Year Wt. Shafts: Oban Revenge Hybrid 85X, Irons: Mizuno MP-18 (4-PW) You’re still buying 14-clubs from some mix of brands. just how far the irons go. Both irons have stiff flex KBS Tour shafts, and both sets are 3 iron through to pitching wedge. If you deliver comparably less dynamic loft with an already low lofted iron, you’re going to have trajectory problems. In this comparison, we will be pitting the Titleist T200 Irons against the Taylormade 2019 P790 Irons.. The stock shaft is the Project X LZ, but consider all of Titleist’s no-upcharge offerings at your disposal. Reformulated 2.0 ZG Process Cores – As mentioned off the top, at the core of every golf ball is, well, a core (see what I did there?) Looks. I would personally feel that the number on the bottom is only a guide for me. I am positive that I would still have no issues holding greens with these even with jacked lofts. Each iron’s loft was altered to hit a certain distance so that each iron actually may not have the exact same loft difference. as it’s been all my life. Why loft-jack a better player’s iron? Guys, this one is as easy as it gets, so I’m going to move fast. In a “better player’s” club, that’s a turf interaction problem waiting to happen. If you want to know how irons should be gapped go look at TXG’s session where Matt was trying the Wishon sterling SL irons. Shaft: Mitsubishi Tensei CK Pro White 90 TX, Irons: TaylorMade P7MB (4-PW) That’s a pretty broad stroke to paint with. We know a lower lofted driver could produce more ball speed. Titleist has grouped it with the 718 T-MB and 718 AP1 as one of their 'Distance' irons because of its forgiveness and unsupported face design. Funkaholic seems to have found a dog whistle for idiots. I don’t have to practice or agonize over club selection with a range finder. powered by Microsoft News. Tony believes that golfers deserve to know what's real and what's not, and that means MyGolfSpy's equipment coverage must extend beyond the so-called facts as dictated by the same companies that created them. Fast High-Flex Casing Layer – The casing layer between the core and the cover adds speed and lowers spin on long game shots. I like the look of these irons and give kudos for Titleist to bring these irons I always looked for the classic profil of T100 with T200 lofts. We put the T100 and latest model of the Titleist CB irons against each other on the launch monitor. Not that many years ago the pitching wedge standard was 48 degrees and a little before that the PW was 50 degrees. News. Intrigued by your comment about the way we gap our bags being fundamentally flawed. Titleist T100 Irons Verdict The Titleist T100 irons offer better players who like the look of blades with more forgiveness and a lot of options. I was looking forward to spending more time playing golf this year, but it doesn’t look like that’s going to happen so a real long term review might have to wait a while longer :|”, NateDog07v: “Not much not to like… amazing looks, great feel/sound, very little offset, perfect turf interaction (unlike the t200s which felt like trying to use a frying pan to take a divot with longer irons)… basically traditional Titleist CBs with some tech assistance. Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold Lite X100, Wedges: Cleveland RTX Zip Core Tour Rack (54/10MID, 58/06LOW) This is a brilliant concept from Titleist, and no it isn’t always about your ego. “We have a robust wedge business.”. We’ve covered this many times before but, what the hell, I’ll bang my head into the wall again. Using their superior knowledge of the game, the brand prefers to create innovative and ex Tour; Balls; Clubs; Videos. The Pro V1 features a new 388 dimple layout, while the Pro V1x has 348. They have a slim topline, little offset, great looks and they feel just as good as the forged ones and are even reasonably priced. Knowing I am playing a 5 iron that used to be 7 iron loft doesn’t necessarily affect how far I hit the ball. Forged to suit the players eye. Get the ball in the hole. Great forged feel, and… more importantly… less than half the price of the Titleist T100 and T100S irons. Things change. Loft isn’t the SAT; there’s more than one right answer. Required fields are marked *. What would a club that is 35 degrees be called in your hypthetical? I really enjoyed your overview of the irons themselves, but perhaps more so your perspective over the loft discussion; expertly detailed in its simplest form. Look for one in your area. Done. Mostly jacking lofts are for ego and not because you can hit the ball that far. Thanks to Ryan Moore himself for this Ryan Moore what’s in the bag! Wouldn’t that equate to a driver of like 5 degrees? My 47 degree MB wedge will certainly perform VERY differently than a 47 degree club with the makeup of say, a P790. Irons are for precision, not distance. More than 1/2 a degree off, and onto the non-conforming pile you go. It’s nice that Titleist has come up with another option for players who need lower dynamic loft to fight spin/launch issues. You can pick up a good condition set of Titleist 714 or 716 CB irons for about $400, which is … The CB irons are even better than ever, and remarkably forgiving. Loosely speaking better golfers are looking for more control and shot shaping – to do that you need more spin but will sacrifice on “distance per degree of loft” if you will. I try to buy clubs for me that work best for me and do not care when I pick up a seven iron on a par 3 whether the guy playing with me has a 6 iron or an 8 iron. Tiger woods still uses weaker loft my point is just make sure to know your distance on each of your irons and don’t aim on the flag aim in the middle of the green. This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google, (your email address will not be published), Callaway ERC Soft Golf Ball with Triple Track. I wish these online golf “personalities” would stop comparing distance and spin rates in one 8 iron to another and start comparing dispersion and stopping rates at certain distances. 55 year old’s hit driver & 80 year old’s hit 8 irons? http://www.golfwrx.com/author/tomwishon/ The PGA does not implement rules. High optic yellow will also be an option but only with the play numbers 1-4. With jacked lofts, you have lower (strong) static lofts. Applaud Titleist for leaving the gaps at 4 degrees in the scoring clubs. The T-100S is just another option that will suit some and just be an overpriced doorstop for others. Only 2* stronger than T100 which are the same specs as my MP59s. Second, they are very forgiving, particularly on my most common miss, a groove or two thin. That’s not to say all loft-jacked irons perform as advertised but it also doesn’t mean that none of them does. How is a set of 5 to pw then two gap wedges different from a set of 4 to pw then gw with shorter shafts if the loft of the first set’s 7 iron is the same as the 6 iron in the later set? 98-102 driver and 89-84 on irons. If you read the article, you’ll notice that Titleist sad that they have a VERY STRONG WEDGE Business… This is exactly what the manufacturers wanted to create (now everyone needs 3/4 wedges to make up for the loft decrease in the set makeup) besides satisfying the ego based golfers that want to hit their irons either the same distance they did 20 yrs. If you’re looking for a complicated technology story, you’ve come to the wrong place. PLEASE share with us a deeper dive regarding the way we “gap” our clubs. Are there any tests that demonstrate a significant distance gap between two wedges with the same loft and same shaft. How anyone could buy a TM or Callaway set with 6 degree gaps in scoring clubs and 2.5 degree gaps in “long irons” is laughable. The Solid Feel of Forged Steel. Where can I find out more? The idea behind a club is to produce a god shot. MOI, swing weight length, flex …….you are an idiot. For its part, Titleist aims to bring a different kind of swagger with the hope of reaching golfers for whom “player’s distance” hasn’t been quite “player-centric” enough. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Titleist T100 Custom Irons. Bottom line is there are TONS of different loft combinations that are out there. New fully-forged cavity construction; Thinner, more responsive face The TitleistT100 irons are beautiful – a perfect fit for the eye of the accomplished player. Loft does not equal distance. Tony is the Editor of MyGolfSpy where his job is to bring fresh and innovative content to the site. Would all players be forced to carry exactly the same equipment? Hybrid: Titleist 816H1 21 with Atmos Blue 85 S. Irons: Titleist 718 AP3 4i, 718 CB 5-6, MB 7-9 with KBS $ Taper 125. But a recent sim test session of a strong lofted iron showed huge distance and high launch. I like them a lot. Titleist T400 Irons Review. Everybody who loves this too should definitely consider the Honma Tour World 747 P irons. Your (W) 50 degree wedge is not your pitching wedge. My one ask/takeaway from this article? It’s not as if Viktor Hovland and Matthew Wolff – young guns who make Jordan Spieth look like Phil Mickelson with skinnier calves – are betting their success on a transition from what they’ve always played into loft-deficient irons. New Spherically-tiled Tetrahedral Dimple Designs – Let me start by saying I don’t come up with these names, this is all about engineering. You think the T200 is more forgiving? I’m not tempted by the S model and discounted a bunch of other irons because of the strong lofts. It’s nice when you pure a shot, but when you start thinking that jacking lofts means you’re actually hitting the ball farther than you think, maybe you need to go back to the basics. The S stands for Strong. This thread seems to be more about peoples comparative ego being bruised because in their eyes some chopper hits their new 8-iron further than their bladed 7-iron they’ve used for 30-years. I’ve been playing T100 and loved them, but were just too high of launch angle. Reduced offset gives it an appealing appearance at address. I have this set with KBS $Taper 120 shafts and at traditional loft they do spin more than other set ups I have at same lofts. I won’t be able to afford these irons for some time as we’re retired & on a fixed income ! I have this set and I Like the feel and turf interaction. Nearly every manufacturer has a set of irons (if not multiple sets) in the category but Titleist thinks something is missing. It’s no secret that the “player’s distance” category has taken off in recent years. Shaft: Fujikura Ventus Black 6 X (45.5 inches, 59.25 lie, D4), 3-wood: TaylorMade SIM2 (15 degrees @13.5) Perhaps more impressive is how, thus far, it has been able to strike a balance between maintaining its identity and reinventing itself. The T100•S is almost exactly like the T100, except that the lofts are 2° stronger. Titleist’s AP2 irons have enjoyed a tremendous run of success both on Tour and in the bags of skilled amateurs worldwide. Sure the new 8 iron doesn’t spin like a early 2000’s blade, but is it more forgiving than your current 7 iron which is really what it’s replacing…. The TitleistT300 irons are the most forgiving in the 2019 line up. The AP line from Titleist is no more. In the late summer of 2019, Titleist released the completely re-engineered T-Series irons that included the T100, T200, and T300. We are getting less “set” irons and more “driving irons” or hybrids on the long clubs and more wedges on the short clubs. So that’s why 7 irons are jacked up to about 27 degrees because you won’t see much difference by looking at peak height. He seems to be bitter about shiny new toys he can’t afford so he is poo pooing their existence. If you’re looking for a complicated technology story, you’ve come to the wrong place. That was supposed to be what we now think of as a player’s distance iron but as it became popular on tour, the distance part of AP2’s story faded away. Both of these irons fall into the “player distance” category. The T200, as you guessed, sits somewhere in the middle. If you were to listen to Tom Wishon, he does get the swing weight and design right if you want to be exact. While I likely would not play these irons, I consider myself a decent iron player. I have had multiple shoulder surgeries and I don’t exaggerate on my swing speeds. Part of the T-Series of irons, the T200 will join the T100 irons and the T300 irons as a trio of options to be introduced later in 2019 once a validation process is completed by Titleist… I don’t know if the T100•S is for you. However, I also like to play shortened clubs. My Wilson Staff Fluid feel from around 1985/6 was at 48. Therefore the T100 and T100s irons represent the smallest irons in the range, and the T300 then the T400 has the largest and thickest head. Just like with golf clubs, engineers don’t focus on just one performance factor when designing a golf ball. Looking at this one dimensionally at loft being just a number on the bottom of the club will literally tell you nothing. And now here they are. Player’s iron, forged to suit the player’s eye. What a stupid and obviously uninformed comment, why not make them all exactly the same material, construction, shap, size, CoG. Not the average player. Available Irons: 3-W (50°) Australia SRP: $269/club (steel shaft) | … Calling a 5 iron a 7 iron is solely for the purpose of finding a consumer stupid enough to believe that they’ve gained something. Titleist is a name synonymous with golf. Even on a relative basis, it won’t tell you launch angle, spin rate, peak height, descent angle or whether you’ll be able to stop a ball on the green. Shaft: Project X Rifle 6.5, Putter: TaylorMade Spider X Copper (34.25 inches, 2.5 loft, 70 lie), Grips: Golf Pride Tour Velvet Cord (58R 1+1, logo down). Great MB/CB alternative or to mix in with those.”, juststeve: “I’ve had the T100s in my bag since last year, Probably 15 rounds or so plus a good bit of time on the practice ground. I see no logical reason why the modern tungsten this and weight distribution that couldn’t be incorporated into a design that looks like something Michelangelo would carve–like the old Staff musclebacks. T100 is the embodiment of the modern player’s iron. People who are stupid. They are slow. It would be worth a fitting to try. But in all reality, I would suggest that you test older clubs out and compare. But all that innovation goes in for only one reason - to help Titleist players put lower numbers on their card. Lol. Retail Price for the Titleist T100•S Iron is $175/club ($1,399/8-piece set) with steel shafts and $187.50/$1,499 with graphite. For more information, visit Titleist.com. Over the years the highly successful brand has continued to prove its worth on the golf course with game-changing designs favoured by both professional and amateur golfers alike. I hit the AP2s a little better, but the 681s hung around because I didn’t like looking at the AP2s. Titleist T100 Iron Review. Driver: Callaway GBB Epic (9 degrees) Shaft: Graphite Design Tour AD GP 6 TX... Justin Thomas apologizes for ‘inexcusable’ homophobic slur at Sentry, Sentry TOC Tour Truck Report: New sticks, new companies, and Patrick Reed buys his own threads, Attention – The missing link to golf performance, The death of the 3-iron and what it means for your bag setup, WRX Insider: An exclusive and very rare look inside the bag of Hideki Matsuyama, Ex-Golf Channel Lisa Cornwell drops bombshell details of alleged mistreatment from previous employers. With two kids that amount of time to dedicate to reducing spin is just not possible. I play Taylormade P790s because iI love the look . Titleist T100 Irons Review: Blades With Benefits. My club is an over 55 men’s group, on a 160 yard par 3 seen It’s as if the company managed to chisel off its cement shoes, take several steps forward and actually do something different and, dare I say, interesting. All rights reserved. You literally have been deaf to what MGS has been saying then…. Shaft: Aldila 2KXV Blue 60 TX, 3-wood: Titleist TSi2 (15 degrees, A1 Setting) They also seem to be hard to shape the ball. I applaud Titleist. The T100 features a forged cavity construction and a thinner, more responsive face. Now 8.5 degree drivers have been around for a long time. This iron is designed to help the best players score lower. Both T100S and T200 Black are available in 4-PW, W(48°). New blade irons is a thing of beauty. Basically that means they are a pretty good option for low and mid handicappers that want great distance without sacrificing feel (or gaming a chunky spaceship style game improvement iron). Deviating from some of their competitors, Titleist doesn’t put out a ton of equipment. They didn’t have a model that sat between the AP1 and AP2 so they launched the AP3. Only in the F8s and F9s has that changed slightly, but I wouldn’t get too excited about the ho-hum loft bandwagon anytime soon! Everybody good? The fully-forged construction of T100 creates a solid, consistently controllable club that delivers the exact performance the best players in the world demand. The T100 inspires daring, imaginative play with precise distance, Tour-level shaping and signature Titleist feel. I PLAY AP2 2014 IRONS – PITCHING WEDGE LOFT STATES 50* I’ve lightened my bag by switching to an Otie Crissman Old Goosie putter bent to 4-degrees loft I substitute it for all clubs P-5. Back in the day, Titleist made some beautiful irons with flowing lines. As a 70 year old I find it interesting that I hit 2 clubs less from 150 yards than I did 30+ years ago. Why do you guys care so much about the clubs other people are using? A “6.75 iron”? But they’re easy to get up in the air and move around when I want to, and I love the way they interact with the turf, and I like the traditional lofts. What’s the big deal here? ago or farther. SO HOW MUCH THE PRICE 1 SET FROM 3IRON TO SANDWEDGE? & sometimes use it off the tee.. Shaft: Graphite Design Tour AD “Engineered for Tour Spec” 75X, Hybrids: Srixon ZX (19, 22 degrees) Thanks to Ryan Moore himself for this Ryan Moore what’s in the bag! You don’t lose any distance by jacking up the lofts in your irons. No more raised pitchfork while I bemoan strong lofts. My solution is a simple one! I’m 75 my handicap is 7.9. Thanks to Titleist for providing the clubs, and to MyGolfSpy for selecting me. Now he was a True Club Builder, he taught me about lengths, weights of iron & woods [governed] , swing weighting & other important data. At least you could inform the people “we have smth in the back log” because I would be really pi**** if i just bought new T100. From the precision and feel of T100 to the forgiveness of T400, Titleist irons are for players who know the difference between wishing you could and knowing you can. The new 2021 Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls will be available in golf shops starting January 27. I totally agree with you Duffer E. Sorry you had to see the ignorant comment left by jackassaholic. But the launch angle and spin will be very different and your 6 iron at 24 degrees and 5 iron at 21 degrees are not going to hold the green so well. juststeve: “I’ve had the T100s in my bag since last year, Probably 15 rounds or so plus a good bit of time on the practice ground. What GolfWRXers are saying about the clubs they regret selling, Nick Faldo: “Reduce the driver face and remove tees to decrease distance” – GolfWRXers react, Gianni is the Assistant Editor at GolfWRX. New and improved for 2020 is the T-series family of irons. Another consideration is that there is a new generation of golfers making their way to the PGA Tour, guys who have never played anything other than jacked lofts. I’m now committed to the T100s. If the distance increases and the height is still there then I’m changing my attitude. Your email address will not be published. Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S300. Copyright 2021. That would be interesting. They just scream jacked lofts and the sky is falling. What’s the difference? MyGolfSpy, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Sound familiar? C.F. Not so smart if the company doesn’t have that STRONG WEDGE business…. So with no mention of forgiveness I guess Titleist is not concerned about us players distance fans that look for both distance and forgiveness. Engineers seek to find out not just what they like about their current golf ball, but what if anything can be improved upon. But this is different from 27 degree GI 7 irons with 6 degree gapping for wedges and 2.5 degree gapping for long irons that you can only play effectively 5 to pw then gw, gw. We’re not hiding from that,” says Talge. Singapore National Fitting Centre Great!… Now I don’t have to have two of the same numbers in my mixed bag of T100’s and T200’s….??? I certainly hit the T-300’s at least a club longer and would just have to adjust my set but reality is whatever I do I need to fill in between a 180 yard hybrid and a 95 yard 54* sand wedge with 6 clubs. The new T100s, per Titleist, is a new family of clubs with bit more of technology and so far it seems to outperform my son's old clubs. Availability begins Aug. 28. By using the same swing mechanics and the same alignment, the gains you might see in distance will pale in the long run to learning how to hit the ball pure. When the designers and engineers at Titleist are looking for feedback, they go right to the top—that means the best players in the world. My 7 iron goes 150 about the same A new fully-forged cavity construction is balanced by co-forged, dual-density tungsten for precise distance control with exceptional stability. Photos of the new 2019 and 2020 Titleist T100 irons. The T100•S is almost exactlylike the T100, except that the lofts are 2° stronger. 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