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I have been playing the ap2 712's for about six months and love them my question is would it be worth upgrading to the 714's ? Is there a noticeable improvement in the new 714's over the 712's?
I have been thinking about upgrading myself but after two months of demoing the 714's I determined there was not enough difference between the two to justify the change ........ I'll wait until the 716's drop.
For me, it was a no brainer. I switched from the 712 to 714 ap2 without any doubt. For me, they feel softer which is a big plus. The shorter irons also flight better, due to design. It helps me knock down shots in the wind that I never could with 712 ap2. The biggest positive for me was the satin club face at address. I love the appearance at address better. These are just my assessments. Everyone is different.
I have heard of a few people say they've noticed a big difference, and some say not. Go swing a couple and see what your own opinion is. You never know what you might find!
I have both AP2's and in my opinion there are differences...whether one notices them or not it seems based upon Curtis's note is up the person. However, I do notice a difference in the two that is significant ranging from cosmetic to performance. Thus, it is up to your budget and what you are comfortable with...the 712's are great clubs but I find the 714's worth the upgrade.
Hope this insight helps...