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Default My opinion of Titleist AP2 710 Irons

Titleist is one of the famous brands. Most of the good players prefer to play the Titleist AP2 710 Irons.

The Titleist AP2 710 is a multi-material, dual-cavity design aimed at serious golfers who want greatly enhanced feel with Tour-like performance. Extensive analysis of sound and vibration enable us to take the quality of impact feel to a new level. A 55-gram tungsten-nickel sole weight further enhances feel and forgiveness

I have been playing the AP2 710 Irons for two years now. I have found them to be longer and considerably more forgiving than say a forged 670 blade. But the trade off is the feel and accuracy of a well struck shot. So far I guess I am willing to continue making that trade off. But I sometimes do miss the feel of a forged blade. I don't miss the inconsistent scoring though.

The multi?-material, dual–cavity design increases playability with shot control, while the soft-forged construction provides great feel. wholesale AP2 irons were the most-played model on the PGA Tour in 2008 and 2009. The Titleist research and development team has been conducting extensive sound and vibration analysis aimed at reducing the harsh lower-frequency vibration that causes poor feel in irons.

The impact of these clubs are crisp and the turf interaction is better than my previous clubs (mizuno mp 62) which just didn't offer the forgiveness I have been looking for as I have been looking to take my current hobby to a job! The titleist ap2 710 irons set I have been custom fitted for are ap2's from 3 to 6 iron, and cb from 7 to pitching wedge. At first I was worried about the transaction but they perform brilliantly together with the look at address very similar.

Overall I would highly recommend these clubs to anyone from a scratch to 13 handicap. You can tell with these irons that they are made with more exactness. Actually, I think I may play better with the Callaway Razr's but the titleist ap2 irons look way better in the bag.

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Default My opinion of Titleist AP2 710 Irons


YOU do realize this is a WOODTURNING group, don't you?

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golfonlineau wrote:


Titleist is one of the famous brands. Most of the good players prefer to
play the Titleist AP2 710 Irons.

The 'Titleist AP2 710' (http://tinyurl.com/c4tgacm) is a multi-material,
dual-cavity design aimed at serious golfers who want greatly enhanced
feel with Tour-like performance. Extensive analysis of sound and
vibration enable us to take the quality of impact feel to a new level. A
55-gram tungsten-nickel sole weight further enhances feel and
forgiveness

I have been playing the 'AP2 710 Irons' (http://tinyurl.com/c4tgacm) for
two years now. I have found them to be longer and considerably more
forgiving than say a forged 670 blade. But the trade off is the feel and
accuracy of a well struck shot. So far I guess I am willing to continue
making that trade off. But I sometimes do miss the feel of a forged
blade. I don't miss the inconsistent scoring though.

The multi?-material, dual�cavity design increases playability with shot
control, while the soft-forged construction provides great feel.
'wholesale AP2 irons' (http://tinyurl.com/c4tgacm) were the most-played
model on the PGA Tour in 2008 and 2009. The Titleist research and
development team has been conducting extensive sound and vibration
analysis aimed at reducing the harsh lower-frequency vibration that
causes poor feel in irons.

The impact of these clubs are crisp and the turf interaction is better
than my previous clubs (mizuno mp 62) which just didn't offer the
forgiveness I have been looking for as I have been looking to take my
current hobby to a job! The 'titleist ap2 710 irons'
(http://tinyurl.com/c4tgacm) set I have been custom fitted for are ap2's
from 3 to 6 iron, and cb from 7 to pitching wedge. At first I was
worried about the transaction but they perform brilliantly together with
the look at address very similar.

Overall I would highly recommend these clubs to anyone from a scratch to
13 handicap. You can tell with these irons that they are made with more
exactness. Actually, I think I may play better with the Callaway Razr's
but the 'titleist ap2 irons' (http://tinyurl.com/c4tgacm) look way
better in the bag.







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