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Titleist AP2 710 Steel Iron set

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $99.95
Mid: $117.59
High: $135.23

Next update: 2/7/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $194.34
Mid: $228.64
High: $262.94

Next update: 2/7/16

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Head Material:

Carbon 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
• The new AP2 710 will be softer yet feel more solid
• These irons provide shot control for the skilled golfer while maintaining a classic blade look
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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2011 Hot List
Gold Medal
Players Irons
The aluminum and elastomer in the cavity help knock out the lower sound frequencies that contribute to a bad feel. The dual-cavity design pushes weight to the outside of the forged, multimaterial clubhead for stability.
"The sound, feel, impact and workability are all state of the art. A gorgeous look, but this would be a great club without the looks. The performance is that strong."
"Probably the smoothest club in the category. The turf interaction is flawless."
We know you're out there-middle-handicappers who insist on using players irons. So do yourself a favor and check out this set (the only holdover from last year's Hot List in this category). Enough tour players use the AP2 to impress your friends, and the forgiveness features aren't so obvious that you're sacrificing your integrity.
Speaking of integrity, should a two-year-old model still command a four-digit price?

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