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 upgraded from the old 704CB which are great sticks. I really like the feel in the long irons of these clubs. The short irons have a lot of bite. I'm probably going to blend in the 712CB 7-9 and an MB PW since those are feel clubs for me and I'm not concerned with off center shots in my short irons. If your looking for a forged club with a high ball flight then these will work for you along with the DG S300 shafts.
Summary: I have been playing the ap2 for two years now. I special ordered with my specs and NS shafts. However, it is important to note that these are not blades. They are not even close to the feel of a true forged blade. If you are a long term committed forged blade player you should really consider why you want to go to the ap2. I have found them to be longer and considerably more forgiving than say a forged 670 blade.
Summary: Thought these might be too much club for me...but like them more every time I play. Went in to my fitting not thinking about these clubs, but glad I gave them a try. Spendy...yes. But for me at least, worth every penny.
Summary: Most of the really good players at my private club play the AP2. Titleist is one of the brands our pro really pushes because he wants us to all play better. You can tell with these irons that they are made with more exactness. Actually, I think I may play better with the Callaway Razr's but the AP2s look way better in the bag. I may get the Titleist 710 forged blades just to up the ante a little more.