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Hello i am a highschooler that has just started golf about a year ago. On a good day i will shoot low 80s and on a bad day low 90s. I am looking to buy a new set of irons and was wondering if i should go with the AP1 or the AP2. I am also wondering how long it will be before the new irons come out. With all the new equipment titleist has released latley i have no clue on how long it wil be or. Even if they will at all this year. Thanks for the help.
The 712 iron line will be current through 2013. We don't categorize players handicaps to certain iron models, so you will want to work with a Club Fitter or try the irons out. This will help to determine which iron line you are more consistent with. The 712 AP1 will be more forgiving then the 712 AP2. The 712 AP2 an improved forgiveness from recent models, but will offer a player with more work ability then the 712 AP1.
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First of all congrats on being able to score as well as you are after only taking up the sport a short while ago. You must have some natural talent. If you are truly looking to improve your game while looking for a set of clubs that will last you a while the ap2s may suit you, but if you are looking for some consistency for a beginner the ap1s are a better fit, at least for now. It all depends how serious you are going to take this game. Getting fitted like Cameron said is the best choice ultimately, but on a whim if you have $ to spare ap1s immediately then maybe upgrade to ap2s in the next couple years when then next model comes out.