Conclusion: The revamped 2011 Titleist AP1 710 irons is something to behold. If you are a low to mid handicapper ready for a new set of irons to take you to the next level, give the AP1 a try.
Pros: The Titleist AP1 710 is a transitional set of irons made for the mid handicapper ready to commit to the game to become single-digit handicapper or lower. The nice thing about the 2011 AP1 is the still gets high marks for making good use of multiple materials, making this a nice feel club. The adv...
Cons: Maybe be a stretch for some players to fit into the design.
Summary: Titleist AP1 irons are advanced performance, multi-material, dual cavity irons providing great looks, feel, shot control and higher flight with forgiveness for the skilled and aspiring player.
Conclusion: Titleist AP1 710 Iron Set 4-GW with Steel Shafts The Titleist AP1 710 Iron Set 4-GW with Steel Shafts are the essence of advanced performance with multi-material, dual cavity forged irons that provide improved feel, great looks, shot control and higher flight with forgiveness for the avid to skilled...
Summary: Titleist has traditionally manufactured clubs which catered for the better player and the AP1 is its first attempt at creating an iron which suits less accomplished players. It creates a nice balance between stability at the point of contact while allowing enough feel if you want to use it.
Conclusion: Titleist says its AP1 irons are 'advanced performance, multi-material, dual cavity irons providing improved feel, great looks, shot control and higher flight with forgiveness for the avid to skilled golfer.' In a nutshell, even golfers with normally low self-esteem can suddenly use these clubs.
Pros: Buttery feel with higher flight
Cons: Not suited to those with very high handicaps