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1 November 2009
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The Titleist AP1 irons offer the advantages of the highly regarded AP2 in a model that offers the mid handicapper a little more forgiveness. AP stands for Advanced Performance and the new AP1 is a revamped version of the previous model which has been so popular over the past couple of years. Titleist have made three crucial changes that they think have really improved the performance of the AP1
The first big change is the livelier feel which is the result of a slightly thinner clubface and a comoulded aluminium backplate which combines with a tungsten insert in the sole of the club and Titleist’s new Tuned Feel System to provide the feel you would expect from the Advanced Performance series.
With a higher MOI and a little more forgiveness the revamped Titliest AP1 iron also offers a much improved level of playability and performance. The Titleist AP1 Iron also features much improved short irons with consumer feedback dictating a shorter clubhead and a thinner topline meaning Titleist’s classic good looks are present throughout the set. Dual hosel lengths throughout the set make the launch trajectory very consistent with the shorter hosels making the long irons much easier to hit. The AP1 features the Nippon NS Pro 105T shaft or Aldilla graphite shaft.
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Average rating for this product from 2 reviews
We were impressed by the previous AP1 model so we couldn’t wait to get the new version out on the range. And we weren’t disappointed. As ever with Titleist the AP1 irons look great and we could really see the improvements that have been made to the short irons which are some of the best looking short irons we’ve seen in a set with this level of forgiveness. We also liked the dual hosel lengths throughout the set which we felt made the long irons really easy to launch high and hit long. With feel and forgiveness throughout the set we think the Titleist AP1 irons will really appeal to golfers with handicaps in the mid teens.
"Perfect transition set for a golfer on the upswing" Mar 11
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