T-Series Irons [Official Discussion]

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By Allan B., Titleist Staff

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  1. Thousands of golfers have hit the new T-Series irons at Titleist Thursday events and we've seen lots of social media/discussion board posts from golfers showing off their shiny new sets.

    Whether you've experienced T-Series at a fitting, waggled them in a store, or have a dozen rounds under your belt with them, this is the official thread to share your thoughts and experiences with T100, T200, and T300 irons. 

    (*Note: T-series related posts from other threads will be pulled into this "Official Thread" to help keep the discussion in one place.) 

  2. Billy L

    Billy L
    Rockville Centre, NY

    Just received my T100s 5-9 with the u 500 4and 3 irons, great job Titleist best irons yet

  3. Chris92009

    Chris92009
    Cincinnati, Ohio

    I agree!
  4. Christopher V

    Christopher V
    Edmond, OK

    I hit the T100s and U500 today, really considering the switch from all T-MBs
  5. Dr. Kovatchian

    Dr. Kovatchian
    Carlsbad

    I went thru a fitting session and was placed in the PX 5.5 LZ shafts with great results!

    Post fitting I have had the opportunity to mess with a few T100’s in the PX 6.0 LZ and love the feel...weight & performance.

    I’m considering the 6.0’s...they should preform the same correct???

    Cheers, Dr.K

  6. Handicap 4. Old irons Adams CMB. New irons T200 AMT Black. Absolutely awesome. Much better ball flight on my longer irons. Gaps aren’t unmanageable at all. Since buying these, I am trending to a 2. Bought the 4 hybrid iron for 220 off the tee and works great.

    Get fitted and dig deep to buy these. Major difference in my iron game. Any other experiences with them?

  7. Fantastic morning testing some new Titleist T200's irons with Matt Crowhurst

    Results were amazing, my dispersion was so much tighter with the T200's than my AP3's. Spin rate up to 5330 from 4125 and who doesn't like a bit more ball speed as well. Settled for the Project-X LZ - 6.0 shafts and Pro V1X balls.

    Thank you @titleistukireland

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  8. The T200s are beautiful, I really fancied some of these but I found the T300 seemed to feel better to me (18hc) the sound of the 300 compared to the 200 was so distinctively different. I loved that also. I always said if I were to upgrade to the new series (current Ap1 716) then full fitting would be done somewhere.
    I see your carry was further but total was very similar. That’s got to be great for stopping it on the dance floor.
  9. Chris T

    Chris T
    Biggleswade,

    Titleist keep making clubs better and better

    I have AP2 (718) but massively tempted for an upgrade having hit most of the new range. I love the flexibility to have combos helping make a difficult game slightly easier higher up the bag.
  10. Can't hurt to toss in my experience.

    At a TPI fitting in 2017, I was fit into 716 CBs with Project X 7.0s. I'm only an 8 handicap so playing such a small profile iron was intimidating, but they looked awesome and a tour-caliber fitter said I could handle them, so naturally, I went for it. A flush shot never felt better, though a miss never hurt worse. I also went with the CBs because I'm pretty steep and the wider-soled AP2 felt a little clunky with heavy turf interaction. 

    When T100s came out, I figured they'd have the same turf interaction as AP2s. I couldn't have been more wrong. 

    The turf interaction is one of my favorite attributes of the T100s. Just as good as the CBs. I also loved the 716 CBs for the traditional looking "badge" or back of the club. The technical-looking badge of the T100s turned me off at first, but I have to say, the T100s look every bit of CB at address and knowing there's some tech "under the hood" gives me a lot of confidence before pulling it back. I've also had a handful of golfers start thumbing through my bag saying how great the T100s look, which vainly makes me feel even better about them as well. 

    Literally the first time I put them in play, without taking them to the range, I tied my career-low of a 77. Absolutely love them!
  11. Mike M

    Mike M
    Salem MA

    I've been a Titleist wood/hybrid/wedge and Cameron putter advocate for a while.All of those clubs are in my bag. It's taken me a little longer to pull the trigger on Titleist irons.That said, I did take a peek at the T100s and really liked the way they looked at address. I've been playing the png "S" series since they came out (sorry TT folks). I've owned the S-59;S-56 and currently have play the S-55. The T100's are similar in profile in terms of a players club;thin top line and clean compact look at address. I picked up the T200 and to me the blade seems really long.The way a club sets up visually is important to me, and Thought the T200 was just too long. I should say I'm older but still play to a 6, and grew up playing blades.Sorry; still kind of a traditionalist,but that T100 looked nice.

  12. Paul F

    Paul F
    Liverpool, NY

    T 200s , this is what I was waiting for! Forged face insert gives me the feel I've been missing and still the right amount of forgiveness.
  13. Allan B., Titleist Staff said:

    Thousands of golfers have hit the new T-Series irons at Titleist Thursday events and we've seen lots of social media/discussion board posts from golfers showing off their shiny new sets.

    Whether you've experienced T-Series at a fitting, waggled them in a store, or have a dozen rounds under your belt with them, this is the official thread to share your thoughts and experiences with T100, T200, and T300 irons. 

    (*Note: T-series related posts from other threads will be pulled into this "Official Thread" to help keep the discussion in one place.) 

    Early September I was fitted with a complete bag of Titleist Equipment including the TS2 Driver - Fairways and Hybrids, T300 Irons consisting of the 5 Iron thru the 53 Degree Gap Wedge, and 2 BV SpinMill Wedges.

    WOW! During the T300 fitting process the golf ball was flying straight - long and the feel was fantastic!

    After I receiving my equipment and playing 15 rounds, I've cut my score by an average of 10 strokes per round.

    My wife and playing partner was fitted with the TS2 Hybrids and is starting the process of her T300 irons fitting.

    Thank you Titleist!

    Wayne and Toni Wallace

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  14. Read about the new T series irons in Golf Digest. In August, I signed up for a Titleist fitting at my local course (Ravenwood). After hitting a selection of the new irons, I was fitted for the T300 series (6 - W53) with graphite shafts (was formerly a steel shaft guy) plus 2 TS2 hybrids to complement my TS1 12.5 degree drive with Mitsubishi Fubuki MV 45 flex shaft.

    I LOVE these clubs! The T300 give such a nice and consistent strike report after impact. Very forgiving and they give you confidence after the first few shots.

    They have helped me lower my scores and enjoy the game even more then I did previously!
  15. Chuck Z

    Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

    Loved my 716Ap1 XP105 S300 5-W52 irons but was curious about the new irons. Set up an appointment with the local Titleist product specialist, Bill Forbes, and drove up to Pawleys Island for a fitting. Explained to Billy that I was looking for a bit more distance and of course accuracy. We tried the T200 heads with various shafts then went to the T300 with a number of different shafts and determined that a regular shaft would better serve my needs at my current age (73). After hitting the TRUE TEMPER AMT RED R300 seven iron a number of times 160 yards on the trackman, we decided that that was the club for me. Tried steel versus graphite and the lightweight steel is still for me. I like the distance, the height, and the accuracy that I am getting from the T300s. The lighter regular steel shafts make it easier for my swing. My instructor has been working with me on this. These clubs are much straighter and I am adapting to them but it is taking time as most new clubs do. Put a nice 77 on the card yesterday, could have been better if it had not been for the two double bogies I had on the back nine. Even the misses go straight. Niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiice job Titleist. Thank you. A big shout out to my product specialist. He always comes thru for me. My goal now is to shoot my age.
  16. Larry H

    Larry H
    Plaistow, NH

    Chuck Z said:

    Loved my 716Ap1 XP105 S300 5-W52 irons but was curious about the new irons. Set up an appointment with the local Titleist product specialist, Bill Forbes, and drove up to Pawleys Island for a fitting. Explained to Billy that I was looking for a bit more distance and of course accuracy. We tried the T200 heads with various shafts then went to the T300 with a number of different shafts and determined that a regular shaft would better serve my needs at my current age (73). After hitting the TRUE TEMPER AMT RED R300 seven iron a number of times 160 yards on the trackman, we decided that that was the club for me. Tried steel versus graphite and the lightweight steel is still for me. I like the distance, the height, and the accuracy that I am getting from the T300s. The lighter regular steel shafts make it easier for my swing. My instructor has been working with me on this. These clubs are much straighter and I am adapting to them but it is taking time as most new clubs do. Put a nice 77 on the card yesterday, could have been better if it had not been for the two double bogies I had on the back nine. Even the misses go straight. Niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiice job Titleist. Thank you. A big shout out to my product specialist. He always comes thru for me. My goal now is to shoot my age.

    Love mine too. Pretty much set up the same. 6-53 with the true temper red shafts. I went from the AP2's which I lost a lot of distance with, still went straight though, so I stuck with them for 2 years and probably 100 rounds. Tried these at Windham CC's demo day and had to have them. Got my distance back and still going straight. My whole bag is Titleist, except for my 2-ball putter, which I'll never give up. Good job Titleist!!
  17. I hit png G25 irons. Regular shaft. Which T series irons might be better for me?
  18. I just received the new cb irons with 5.5 shafts I’m a
    +2.0 and I lost 10 yards with these irons just ordered the t 100 going to try them.
  19. Have not seen much improvement from these irons. Have used them for 30 days. Sweet spot is a little off center. Club heads are more like pro blades. Don’t find them very forgiving and have not seen any increase in distance
  20. Tex Crom

    Tex Crom
    Franklin, TN

    TTucci said:

    Have not seen much improvement from these irons. Have used them for 30 days. Sweet spot is a little off center. Club heads are more like pro blades. Don’t find them very forgiving and have not seen any increase in distance

    Unfortunately, I agree.

    Longtime AP2 loyalist, and played ever version. Great anticipation of arrival of my T100’s, but other than the look at address, the forgiveness, feel, and playability were disappointing.

    No interest in the T200 or T300, and sensible enough to realize that at 64 years old I won’t be moving to the CB or MB.

    Fortunately, I still have my 718 AP2’s, so still have a full Titleist bag.
  21. Will

    Will
    UK

    I’m blown away with my T200, making a difference to my game already. I’ve recently had knee Replacement surger and I’m recovering flexibility I won’t get it all back and these irons with stronger lofts and a professional fitting, (Titleist Thursday at Close House) have made me feel very confident in my abilities. Thanks Best yet!
  22. Jason R

    Jason R
    Tomball, TX

    T200 irons for me to go along with my TS2 driver, fairway and hybrids! These clubs won me over and replaced my png clubs. Well done Titleist!
  23. Goldpanner

    Goldpanner
    Trail, BC

    I am currently a 13 handicap.

    I had 716 AP2's, then changed to 718 AP1's in July 2018 on advice of friends and changed back to 718 AP2's in April 2019. I love the look of the T100, the T200 doesn't look to bad, but I am not a fan of the T300 because it looks too large and clunky at address.

    Some of the reviews I have read online indicating that I will not see an increase in distance from my AP2's to the T100. Accuracy and dispersion will be very similar. So....it might not be worth the upgrade.

    I will look at reevaluating my whole bag in the spring of 2020. Except for my TS3 driver, everything else is up for a possible change out.

    Looking forward to a Titleist Thursday fitting in the spring of 2020.
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