New Titleist Irons

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By Martin H

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  1. Martin H

    Martin H
    Wokingham, Berkshire

    Tour Validation has started with the new CB, MB and AP2 irons and I'm interested in everyone's thoughts, just based on the picture.

    From the picture (sorry about the quality) the AP2 appears very similar from the last model, the MB looks even cleaner if that's possible and the CB looks more like an AP2.

    I bought the 718CB's a couple of weeks ago and I'm glad I did, they have the classic CB look which hasn't changed much over the years but the performance has improved. The new CB looks too fussy for me and more like an extension to the AP line but that could be deliberate.

    Thoughts?

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  2. Martin H

    Martin H
    Wokingham, Berkshire

    Sorry my mistake the middle iron in the picture is a T100 not an AP2 so could be a completely new model or just a name change!
  3. Martin H said:

    Tour Validation has started with the new CB, MB and AP2 irons and I'm interested in everyone's thoughts, just based on the picture.

    From the picture (sorry about the quality) the AP2 appears very similar from the last model, the MB looks even cleaner if that's possible and the CB looks more like an AP2.

    I bought the 718CB's a couple of weeks ago and I'm glad I did, they have the classic CB look which hasn't changed much over the years but the performance has improved. The new CB looks too fussy for me and more like an extension to the AP line but that could be deliberate.

    Thoughts?

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    Hi Martin. Congrats on your new CB's! Hope they'll serve you well! Agree with you on the MB's - they're SO clean and beautiful. Best look of the blades since the days of 680 and 690 :o)
  4. Stuart M

    Stuart M
    Dundee

    Liking the look of the CB's, thought previous models looked cheap so may invest but will need to see how they look when holding them in the flesh.
  5. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    You are right guys. The T100 will replace the AP2. No word yet on the naming convention of the other irons but some are guessing the AP1 will be T200 and the AP3 will be T300. I am sure we will see more posts from Titleist on the subject in the coming weeks.
  6. Martin H

    Martin H
    Wokingham, Berkshire

    Dale V said:

    You are right guys. The T100 will replace the AP2. No word yet on the naming convention of the other irons but some are guessing the AP1 will be T200 and the AP3 will be T300. I am sure we will see more posts from Titleist on the subject in the coming weeks.

    Dale - I think you could be right. Moving away from the AP to T which sort of goes in line with the TS series Drivers and fairways.
    Each to their own but I prefer the 718 CB to this new model but am sure others will disagree.
  7. I love the look of the CB and T100.


    Looking forward to having a swing with them to be honest tho I do wonder what the price point will be.

    Every year hardware seems to be more and more expensive to the general public I wonder if Titleist have taken this into consideration with the price point?

    Please don’t get me wrong I would pay for the right set up just if we are trying to win over new golfers to the game at some point this may need addressing.

    To the point though they all look amazing to the eye.

  8. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    I see the inflation of golf club prices across the entire marketplace, not with one specific manufacturer. I don't believe there is any collusion in pricing that is creating higher profits. My take is that material costs and labor are rising and cutting edge technology/manufacturing is getting more expensive which then get passed on to the consumer. There will be those golf companies who's strategy will be to fill the lower price market but their products will be made of cheaper materials and lower manufacturing and quality processes. I can't see Titleist ever wanting to revert to that model.
  9. Robert

    Robert
    wishaw, Scotland 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

    The MBs look amazing, I only wish I could hit them.

    As usual Titleist have delivered quality looking equipment
  10. The price of clubs is and always has been a subject of debate
    I justify paying the price by passing down my used sets to my son or colleagues at work
    They benefit and I don't feel as guilty buying new
    I hope Titleist keep to their strategy of producing top quality and most of the Brand Ambassadors on this site will pay as long as we get perceived value for money
    Keep up the good work Titleist!
  11. every time i see the MBs i fall in love. cant wait to hit them, maybe get a set in the bag, cbs are also awesome looking as well as the t100s, theres just something about how titleist blades look tho :D

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