Summary: Just a fantastic club. They look great (I have the 712s), they are easier to hit and much more forgiving than you would expect, the ball flight is pure, and the feel is great... what more can you ask for?
Summary: I just got my AP2 3 iron and it hits very good an is a nice club 2 have in my bag.I just switched from ADAMS clubs and I like the Titleist a lot better,They are a better club for the way I golf.
Summary: I've used the AP2 (2 versions) for 4 years, and they are long, accurate, forgiving, quite compact at address and relatively soft. True they are not as accurate as blades. In northern Europe, playing blades would be brutal. Why punish yourself with a club that hasn't changed much in 20+ years. Sorry, I'm not into this ego, nonsense!! I would rather play consistent golf.
These clubs are for those with a "golf swing", not game improvement clubs.
30 May 2013
Summary: Traditional "old school" headsize. They set up great at address and the forged face provides excellent feedback. Off center hits benefit greatly from the dual cavity back, while center hits feel as good as blades. I am able to work the ball both directions almost as easily as my blades.
Summary: Over the years I've played a number of different brands,Tayormade, Wilson, Callaway, Mizuno, Titleist, these are the best clubs ever. On normal shot the ball is longer, the ball flight is straight or a soft draw, and I can fade the shot. The first time out this year, I dropped 5 strokes from last years average. This may be the year I drop down into a single digit handicap.
Summary: My info 8 + years of playing Handicap - 8 Played 1 round with them, got Project X 5.5 shafts.(i swing smooth and controlled, also looking for higher launch) Pretty looking club, good feel, easy shot shapping. Very easy to hit, even though head is small it's suprising forgiving when not hit flush. Great iron for mid handicapper looking to get better. (like me) I was stuck between the Mizuno MP-53 and AP2s. I went with AP2 based on the deal, looks and samller head design.
Summary: Recently, I purchased a pristine set of used Titleist AP 2 irons. I was purposely looking for the 710 models vs. the 712's because of personal preference. After being fitted for the appropriate shafts regarding my swing, I then searched EBay and found exactly what I was looking for. Needless to say, I saved around $500.00 vs. what they cost new. I have played 5 rounds with them now and couldn't be happier.
Summary: clean hitting golf club went from blades to these and loved em swing easier cleaner hit with a solid draw good control as expected from topline club wont look back as i become single figure handicapper from 15
Summary: The AP2's forged clubs are players clubs and well designed and function beautifully for the more skilled player. Generally for forged irons they are more forgiving that blades. This is not a distance club, they are traditional lofts so if you what to hit a longer 7 irons go t the AP1's or other cast products that re bent to make the player feel stronger. The clubs are outstanding quality and feel and I would recommend them to player of ten or less handicap.