T200 Question

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By DonJ

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  1. DonJ

    Cranston, RI

    Hi,for those that have been playing these for awhile and hit a lot of balls and played a lot of rounds with them.....have you had the loft and lies checked yet if so did they change much from the original loft and lies?Thanks

  2. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    T200 or any cast iron that was not adjusted should remain pretty true due to the hardness of the metal. A forged iron is softer and will bend over time, especially if hit a lot on mats or really hard fairways. Even a cast club that has been bent a few degrees will try to self-correct over time so might be worth doing a check. Standard lie cast clubs should not need to be checked unless you need peace of mind, which is always a good thing.
  3. Doug E

    Doug E
    Urbana, MD

    I play T200s. Though I have not had the lies or lofts checked yet, I have not noticed any changes in my distance averages, and I'm not drawing or fading the ball any more than normal. I'm sure I have well over 100 rounds on the T200s by now, not to mention, lots of range time.

    As much as I like my T200s for their added forgiveness, stronger lofts and extra distance, I miss the look at address, the slightly smaller blade and the feel of forged, like I had in my AP2-716s. So, I am considering switching them out for T100•S at some point this season, once Titleist gets back to normal turnaround times (and I pay off a few other golf-related purchases first). At least in the PW-7 irons. The T100•S seems to me to be the perfect compromise between my AP2s and T200s. When I got fit late last summer, I hit the T100 and the T200s similarly well, but the extra distance of the T200 sold me. I would have waited had I known the T100•S was around the corner.

    If I do switch to the T100•S, you can be sure I will be checking loft and lie more often. I had to have my AP2s adjusted on more than one occasion over the years.

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