AP1 W2 Wedge

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By Frank P

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  1. Frank P
    Port St. Lucie, FL

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    What is the bounce of the AP1 W2 wedge

  2. Joseph M
    Saint John, New Brunswick

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    Recent models have been 7 degrees
  3. Frank P
    Port St. Lucie, FL

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    Let me clarify. What is the bounce of the 718 AP1 W2 Wedge.
  4. Joseph M
    Saint John, New Brunswick

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    Frank, for the reason stated below Titleist no longer state their iron bounce angle, however, 714 AP1 and 716 AP1 bounce was 7 degrees

    Cathi, Titleist Club Concierge
    13 January 2016 at 9:40am
    Doug E
    11 January 2016 at 11:08am
    I cannot find the stock bounce specifications for the AP2 or AP1716 irons anywhere on the site. I remember it used to be printed along with the lie angle, loft, shaft length etc. for previous AP models on the club model page. I just went to look up my new AP2 bounce angles to compare to my old ones, partially out of curiosity, but also to see if there is any difference between my old AP2 712s and my new AP2/AP1 716s. I seem to hit my new ones much better and was wondering if the bounce changed at all, or maybe it's as a result of the new worn leading edge design in the 716s. Also, when changing out my old Vokeys for new SM6 wedges this spring, I want to go with a 50* gap wedge that is not too far off from the bounce of my AP2 PW, whatever that my be. (I'm guessing 8 or 9*.) Any help would be appreciated.
    Hi, We made the decision not to include the bounce angle because the modern sole design is so much more than just the bounce angle. Given that sole width, camber, grind, bounce as well as CG will all have an impact on how your irons move through the turf.it was no longer as relevant to list just the bounce. However, the bounce of the 716 irons is the same as the 714 irons. Here is a link to a discussion on the bounces that we had several months ago. www.titleist.com/.../30430.aspx

  5. BH
    Lehigh Valley

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    I’d like to know this as well, both the 48 and 53. Thanks

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