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I am looking to switch from my current Titleist clubs, older AP2s, to the new CBs. I am an accomplished player that actively plays weekly. My question is, what big differences do you see between the two? Any suggestions or input would help.
Thank you all,
Hi Robert, I have hit both the CB and the AP2 and they are both fantastic irons for the highly skilled player. I noticed the CB feels a lot softer than the AP2 where the AP2 felt more clicky but still solid. There is obviously a little more forgiveness in the AP2 than the CB but not a big difference. Also, there is a new satin chrome finish on the new CB where the AP2 is chrome. Hope this helps.
Thank you for your input. I understand your comment about the AP2s being a little clicky, which I do not like with my short irons. I am going to try out the CBs to see if I like the softer feel.
I had the original ap2's and bought the 712 cb's last year. They are a little less forgiving but you will get more feedback if you miss the sweet spot which can be a good thing. The biggest difference i noticed was the ball flight being lower which is why i switched to the cb's.
I had a set of original AP2 and then hit a buddies AP2-710 6 iron. Needless to say I went out and bought the AP2-712. Played 7 holes with them today and birdied 3 of them. If you played the original AP2 you might try the 712 before you go to the CB. Just my opinion.