LIVE WEBCAST: Titleist Golf Club Experts Answer Your Questions on the New Irons.

Posted: November 16, 2011

The first shipments of our latest and most advanced family of Titleist irons are en route to golf shops around the world. If you're interested in learning more about the technology that goes into making the most advanced irons for serious golfers, you won't want to miss this exclusive opportunity to get the inside scoop straight from the Titleist Golf Club R&D team.

Join us this Friday, November 18th from 4:00 to 4:45 p.m. EST (1:00 to 1:45 p.m. PST) for a live webcast hosted by Dan Stone, Vice President of Titleist Golf Club R&D, and Chris McGinley, Vice President of Titleist Golf Club Marketing as they will be sitting down with Team Titleist to take a closer look at the new AP1, AP2, CB and MB irons (712 series).

They'll also be answering questions from Team Titleist members, so make sure you  submit your questions for the team by leaving a comment below.

And don't forget to bookmark this page so you can enter the Webcast on Friday by following the link below:

Thanks – we look forward to to seeing you on Friday!

Friday, November 18th
Time: 4:00 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. EST (1:00 to 1:45 p.m. PST)

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Tom H

I currently play s2h2 irons with the memphis 10 shaft. What would you recommend from Titleist that is comparable?


Played AP2 for a couple of years and was a 2-4 handicap. This year I only played 50 rounds or so and was struggling a bit so switched to the AP1 for the forgiveness. While they are excellent irons I did notice they are not shot makers, like the AP2's. Difficult to hit it low etc. AP2's were easy to do anything, and I miss that.

So my question is will the new AP1 712 series be more of a shot makers club as well as maintain the foregiveness factor. I will be playing more next season and want to switch back to the AP2's unless the AP1 will now work for the lower handicap player. Thanks

Neil U

I play the 710 AP1s.  How does the 712 AP1s differ?  Will I hit the ball longer and more accurate?

Steve B

I have been working on my game a lot in the past 6 years, Every year I have dropped my handicap. I was wondering when (if ever) I should consider purchasing a blade type iron, as opposed to the "game improvement" iron I am currently using?

Tim R

My question is similar to the one posed by Richard S. I'm a 6 handicap (a couple years ago I was a 3, but with a 17-month old daughter, times have changed, lol). I have a set of 690CB irons and am considering getting new irons. Can you tell us specifically what are the differences between the 690 CB and the 712 CB irons? Also, can you talk about grooves in two respects: one, I think my irons are 6 years old; how much do grooves wear out over that period? Two, will the grooves on my 690CB set be non-conforming in the near future? Thanks.

Stephen B

The "MBforged" stamp on the blades has to go.  Otherwise, a beautiful club.  Why is it necessary to stamp clubs up at this point?  Somebody has to get that!

Barry G

I've been playing the 690.CBs for 8 years.  Will I see much difference in the new CBs or the AP2?  Thanks.

mike c

I currently play the Titleist AP 2  710 with Project X 5.5 shaft and love them.What improvements have you made on AP2 712 irons vs the AP2 710 irons?Thank You.


I know that the AP1 712's have a new and improved look to them, but I have only had my AP1 710's for a little over a year(fitted by Titleist Fitting Rep), I'm wondering what advantages, I could expect from upgradeing to the 712?  My current set up has the Regular Titleist Graphite Shafts with the standard loft, lie, and length, my 910 Woods & Hybrid are Ilima Red as well.

dean m

I have AP1’s from last year, what will the new model do for me. Also they hit the ball very high.