The new Titleist 712 AP1 Irons and Titleist AP2 irons have retained the previous dual cavity design and multi-material construction - a soft elastomer and aluminium plate in the back of the head has been designed to refine both sound and feel. For the new AP1 irons, Titleist has made minor changes that include a squarer toe profile along with a thinner top line design. Based on player feedback and grind work done on tour, the Titleist 712 AP2 Ironsís offer narrower sole profiles in scoring clubs to increase playability and improved turf interaction. This iron is available in both right and left hand models.
As Europe's leading Titleist Custom Fit centre for four years running now and we at wholesale golf clubs highly recommend this kind of equipment. We loved getting this baby out on the course as soon as it came in.
Both the Titleist 910 D2 Driver and D3 heads look great from any angle. The D2 is the larger at 460cc while the Titleist 910 D3 Driver is only 445cc but unless you have them next to each other they are almost identical in appearance. While how the shaft is attached to the head is normally a technical issue but because of how some systems work they can have cosmetic impact.