Conclusion: Let me tell you they are incredible. I tried every forged cavity iron in the store and these just outperformed. They feel great even softer than the old ap2s. The look still looks great and the bounce is slightly lower to improve contact with the turf.
Conclusion: If you are a mid-handicapper ready to move up, and are tired of the clunky casted iron but yet still need a measure of forgiveness, you owe it to yourself to give the new Titleist AP2 irons a try. The stability and feel will definitely bring you back for more.
Pros: The Titleist technology is one of the best in the business. The duel-cavity design pushes weight to the outside of the forged clubhead for better stability.
Cons: Titleist prices have always dissuaded many from trying their irons.
Conclusion: Titleist AP2 710 Iron Set 4-GW with Steel Shafts The Titleist AP2 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, classic blade looks and playability with shot control for the serious and skilled...
Titleist AP2 Iron Set 3-PW with Project X Steel Shafts
15 March 2011
Conclusion: Titleist AP2 Iron Set 3-PW with Project X Steel Shafts : The AP2 s high-tech, multi-material construction features a steel body, tungsten nickel sole, elastomer bar and aluminum cavity plate. AP2 is built to deliver both performance and feel.
Excerpt: The new AP1 and AP2 (714 Series) irons, available in golf shops worldwide from November 8, feature precise, progressive designs developed by the Titleist Golf Clubs R&D team to produce optimum launch, trajectory and distance by loft.