Players Comment on the New Titleist AP Irons

We've received several questions and comments regarding the switch to the new Titleist AP Irons by some of our full-line ambassadors, particularly traditional forged blade players like Adam Scott. We decided to go straight to the players to get their thoughts on the new irons. Click on the image below to hear what Adam has to say. For more player videos and information on the new Titleist AP Irons, be sure to check out the Titleist AP Irons microsite.


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  1. Robert Sellman

    The new <a href="" rel="nofollow">Titleist AP irons</a> are suitable for a wide range of players.  Please consult with an <a href="" rel="nofollow">Authorized Titleist FittingWorks Partner</a> to determine which irons are right for your game.

  2. Robert Sellman

    Please visit the <a href="" rel="nofollow">Titleist AP1</a> and <a href="" rel="nofollow">Titleist AP2</a> product pages on <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> to compare for yourself.  You may also visit the <a href="" rel="nofollow">AP Irons microsite</a> for more information.  We also recommend consulting with an <a href="" rel="nofollow">Authorized Titleist FittingWorks Partner</a> before making your new irons purchase decision.

  3. Robert Sellman

    What is the difference between AP1 and AP2?  I have tried the AP1 and liked them but found them to have quite a wide sole. Any ideas on what would be best?

  4. Robert Sellman

    I'm currently playing off a 9 handicap and love the look of the new Titleist irons. Are the AP irons only suitable for low single figure handicaps or pros? What sort of handicaps are they suitable for?

  5. Robert Sellman

    The multi-material, dual cavity design of the <a href="" rel="nofollow">Titleist AP2</a> irons is vastly different than the design of the 690.CBs.  The high tech multi-material construction features a steel body, tungsten nickel sole, elastomer bar and aluminum cavity plate.  These materials combine to deliver outstanding playing characteristics and superior feel.  Although you mention that you have limited opportunities to test and get fitted for Titleist clubs, our recommendation will always be to consult with an <a href="" rel="nofollow">Authorized Titleist FittingWorks Partner</a> before purchasing your new Titleist irons.

  6. Robert Sellman

    You can research different shaft characteristics on either <a href=" rel="nofollow"></a> or <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>. We then recommend consulting with an <a href="" rel="nofollow">Authorized Titleist FittingWorks Partner</a> to determine the proper specifications for your new Titleist irons.

  7. Robert Sellman

    I am planning to buy a set of Titleist AP1s and I would like some advice on the best shaft to use in these clubs.  I do not want the Dynamic Golds, so I am looking at one of the Nippon options or maybe the Project X 5.5s. Two questions:

    1.  I've hit the Titleist AP2s with a Project X 5.5 shaft and I really like the feel and the ball flight.  Which of the Nippon shafts, the NS PRO 100 or the NS PRO 970 has the most similar characteristics to the Project X 5.5?

    2.  I know that the Project X is the stock shaft for the AP2 and is perfectly tuned for that club head, but will it work just as well for the AP1?


  8. Robert Sellman

    Hi.  I live in Auckland, New Zealand, and play off a handicap of 9.  I have played Titleist clubs and Scotty Cameron putters for years.  I appreciate their workmanship and technology. I currently use forged 690.CBs and I have loved them, especially for their classic and polished look.  However, I'm getting less chance to practice and to play now, so I'd like to buy a slightly more forgiving set of irons.  I am thinking about the Titleist AP1s. Am I right in thinking the Titleist AP2s would be similar in size to the 690.CBs, and therefore not too different in terms of forgiveness? We have limited opportunities here to be tested and fitted for Titleist clubs, which is why I'm asking you. Thanks for your assisitance.

    Alfred Harford

  9. Robert Sellman

    To pursue further, we recommend visiting an <a href="" rel="nofollow">Authorized Titleist FittingWorks Partner</a> to get properly fit into your new Titleist irons.

  10. Robert Sellman

    I am looking to get a new set of irons, Titleist of course.  I'm a 2 handicap and am looking to bring down ball flight in either the AP2s or a Z Blend Forged or Z Muscle Forged head. What would your suggestion be to pursue further? Project X shaft in a 6.0 or 6.5 as well? Thanks.

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