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Titleist AP1 710 Steel Iron set



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Low: $177.51
Mid: $177.55
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Manufacturer:

Titleist

Year of Introduction:

2010

MSRP (new):

$800.00

Head Material:

Stainless Steel

• An all new Tuned Feel System is composed of an aluminum plate and co-molded soft elastomer medallion
• The new insert was specifically designed to improve the sound and feel of each iron
• Feel has been enhanced with a thinner face and larger cavity
• The tungsten nickel material frame has been moved for enhanced heel and toe weighting resulting in increased stability and forgiveness
Headquartered in Fairhaven, Massachusetts Titleist’s mission is to serve the needs of the serious and recreational golfer. Titleist offers a full golf equipment product line including drivers, fairways, irons, Vokey wedges, utility irons and Scotty Cameron Putters. Titleist is also an extremely strong leader in the golf ball market. Titleist is well represented on the PGA TOUR as well as most international competitive tours. Titleist, along with Pinnacle, and FootJoy brands, together comprise Acushnet Company, which is an operating company of Fila Korea, Ltd., the owner of the Fila brand globally, and Mirae Asset Private Equity.

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Game Improvement Irons
The stainless-steel body has a tungsten-nickel sole for heel-toe weighting that maximizes forgiveness. The back cavity features a badge made of aluminum and elastomer to improve the sound and feel of the iron's thin face.
Low-Handicapper:
"This is the perfect stick for the wannabe. A transition set of irons for a golfer on the upswing. The traditional look doesn't offend."
Middle-Handicapper:
"This club is pure. It's not forged, but it feels like it is, and the forgiveness is amazing. The ball flight is controllable and predictable. I can also work the ball. Wow!"
Hot:
A comforting club that doesn't look like it belongs in a tool box. Although the revamped AP1 has been around for two years, it still gets high marks for making good use for multiple materials without forgetting that size-as in not too big-matters.
Not:
The AP1 proved Titleist could make an iron that middle-handicappers could hit. Now it's time to design a similar hybrid that could replace the 4-iron in this set.

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