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12 months ago
12 months ago
Thank you for the question.
There is indeed a gap between the loft of the 712 AP1 7 iron and 712 AP2 8 iron. The lofts of the four club you mentioned are listed below:
712 AP1 6i - 29
712 AP1 7i - 33
712 AP2 8i - 39
712 AP2 9i - 43
Please let me know if you have any further questions.
Jacques NThat was quick. Thanks for the reply. It explains a lot. I am guessing that my AP2 PW would then be 47 degrees. Next in my bag are a 52, 56 and 60. Based on the above, I would think the solution would be to bend my 8,9 and PW back one degree so that my 8= 38, 9= 42 and PW = 46. Is this what you would recommend? Or would you recommend that I bend them back 2 degrees? Other?
You are correct, the Std. loft of the 712 AP2 is 47 degrees.
I would recommend bending your 8, 9 and PW 1 degree strong at first. See if this closes the gap more between your 7 and 8 irons. Bending your 8, 9 and PW 2 strong may cause a gap issue between your PW and 52.
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FYI: You can find specs for all previous models on the home page. At the bottom of Titleist.com there is a link called "previous models" 712's and others will all be there. Or click www.titleist.com/golf-clubs/irons/AP2-712.aspx