October 25, 2019 at 07:36 PM
By Allan B., Titleist Staff
Allan B., Titleist StaffCalifornia
Corey Gerrard, a current PGA Golf Professional and former competitor on the PGA Tour of Australasia, recently joined our team as the resident golf club expert. I asked Corey if he'd be willing to field some questions from Team Titleist regarding T-series irons and he's all in!
We will always encourage a proper fitting (find a Titleist Thursday near you here!) but if you're in the research phase or looking to optimize a recently acquired set, you've come to the right place. Please leave your questions regarding T100, T200, T300, or even 620 MB/CB in a comment below.
Corey has carved out a few hours from his calendar on Monday and will respond to your questions then!
SammieJRio Rancho, NM
Thomas BOld Greenwich, CT
I'm a 18 handicap, 72 year old who still drives the ball 200 yards and hits a 7-iron 135 yards with regular flex shafts. However, I don't think I'll ever play forged blades. Im not into shaping my shots. I'm looking more for forgiveness for an occasional mishit and the ability to launch the ball high and straight down the fairway. I've played with TM, Cobra and cally clubs and honestly feel they all play very similar, which leads me to the conclusion it's 90% the player, 10% the equipment. This being said, what set of Titleist irons would you think would best suit my needs?
Ward JYakima, WA
Steve LFramingham, MA
Todd OColleyville, TX
Donald DKirkwood, MO
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Lee NBournemouth, WY
We’ve seen significant advancements in the T-Series over AP Irons Ken, though a natural starting place for you to compare AP3 would be T200. In comparison to your current AP3’s, you’ll expect to see faster ball speeds across the face, higher launch and increased carry distance, all with an improved sound and feel. You'll hear us say this often, though we highly recommend you spend time with an expertly trained fitter to find which iron best suits your game. Corey
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