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By Marc S

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  1. Marc S

    Marc S
    El Paso, TX

    So I gave the AP3s a valiant try and while there may be nothing wrong with them, the space between my ears has prompted to go back to what I know which is the AP2s. I have played AP2s since their inception and always been a big advocate of them to any and everyone. When the AP3s were released I was elated at the opportunity for more distance and forgiveness. I guess at the end of the day, I just wasn't comfortable. I know what I can and can't do with the AP2s and I am confident that I will love them as I always have. Wish me luck TT.

  2. I agree. It's hard to beat the ap2 irons. I have been gaming the 714s for 3 years now and they are just incredibly solid irons that also look fantastic. My backup set are the original 710 ap2 that are also very solid.
  3. Don O

    Don O
    Madison, WI

    ...It's all about the journey. Nothing wrong with staying with the AP2 if you are comfortable controlling them. More distance isn't always the goal with irons. Hitting a fade to clear a tree and land on the green beats being able to miss the side of the green longer. In my case, I wouldn't be as successful with the AP2, but Titleist has irons that do work well for me. Enjoy.
  4. Brent Wells

    Brent Wells
    El Paso, TX

    I’m in the same position brother. I have the AP3’s in my 5/6 iron and AP2s 7-GW. I was looking for the same that you were looking for in the AP3s. But I have decided to go back to what works best for me. The AP2s are just solid in every way, shape, and form.
  5. Ap3 was a weird addition to lineup imho ap2 are tight I played titleist for 20 years and still have a few sets of AP2. Until pxg came out now my gamers ap2 second my mizunos third

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