Posted: 25 April 2012
"For me it's all about performance, what are my misses like?" says Curtis, who ranked first in Greens in Regulation at the Valero Texas Open. "The AP1s are more forgiving so they give you a little more room for error."
Appearance improvements to the AP1 irons include a new beveled topline and smoother hosel blend for a traditional shape with a more precise address profile. The AP1 irons also feature progressive blade lengths throughout the set for a confidence-inspiring look in the longer irons and increased playability in the shorter irons. For more information about the technology behind the AP1 irons, be sure to check out the above video. And to advance your game with the new AP1 irons, please visit an authorized Titleist fitting partner.
Love my AP1's, these are great clubs
wrote on 25 April 2012
Those are some SWEET clubs!! Congrates Benny!!
wrote on 26 April 2012
tested the club with several shafts, the Nippon shaft was recommended. This was at a golfsmith, going to a Titleist fitter in San Ramon pretty soon to get totally dialed in.
wrote on 27 April 2012
IS IT POSSIBLE TO RESHAFT AP1 IRONS FROM THE STOCK GRAPHITE TO THE TT TOUR CONCEPT SHAFT ? HOW MUCH WILL THE SWINGWEIGHT BE CHANGED....ARE THE STD. GRAPHITE HEADS TOO HEAVY TO PREVENT ME FROM MAKING THIS CHANGE...THANKS
wrote on 11 May 2012
I have a set of Accu Flo irons from 1982 that seem to me to be solid and easy to hit. Any comment on why that design was discontinued? It was before cavity-backs but I find them just as easy to hit and they look terrific.
wrote on 19 November 2012
WOW! I'm sold! i was undecided between ap1's or ap2's. AP1'S it is yall. This is going to be a fantastic run with these clubs!
wrote on 13 February 2013