Titleist accomplished what they were trying to do with the AP2 712 irons, which are proved to be more forgiving then the 710s and have great performance. Titleist AP2 712 Irons show themselves very forgiving and sweet hitting irons. These are far and away better designed to help strike the ball with the same results each time and long. Titleist AP2 Iron stays true to the design mission of "Advanced Performance with Feel." It is a multi-material, dual cavity iron that provides modern ball flight and forgiveness with the traditional look, feel, and sound that serious golfers have come to expect from a Titleist iron.
I played the ping i20 irons before these, and the Original AP2 before that. Both were great irons. Felt very good, but it was hard to take a divot and the i20′s spun way too much for me. So I purchased the 712 AP2 w/ KBS C-Tapers 4-PW with a 2* upright bend. Itís going to be hard not playing with these for the rest of my golf days. Easy to take a nice divot, plenty of spin, and feel amazing. Very forgiving and sweet hitting irons. My handicap goes up and down from 8-12. Two weeks after playing these irons it went to a 10 and should drop again this week.
AP2 irons are technically advanced blades that provide increased forgiveness without sacrificing shot workability while combining traditional blade length and sole width with a more efficient multi-material weight distribution. Golf clubs for sale have a nice blunted leading edge, less bounce and with that, they interact with the turf very well. I can have a steep swing and I take long heavy divots with them.
Titleist AP1 and AP2 712 irons: Both the new Titleist AP1 712 Irons and AP2 irons deliver an industry leading combination of performance, looks and feel. They feature our most advanced multi-material designs which deliver superior distance control through increased moment-of-inertia (MOI) which also provides outstanding solid feel. In addition we have made appearance improvements to both sets. Single digit handicap players should buy these clubs without second guessing, and the higher handicap players should play the AP1's.