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...
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: nice club. Feels solid off the face, and easy to work. I'd recommend it for low handicap players. Was playing the 735cm version a few years ago. These are smoother and more forgiving. Great club
Summary: The verdict is still out. I am going to play them again and see how it goes. I may decide to go with a set that has 6 iron to SW and then use my Calloway H4 and H3 to make up the difference. The bottom line is I like the look and feel of the clubs and that is a big factor.
Pros: The look and feel of these clubs is real nice. The balance was also very good. I really felt good swinging these clubs and am planning to play another round before making my final decision on my purchase.
Cons: I have been looking at the Callaway x22 irons with rifle shafts and in comparing them to the Titleist AP2 I would say they are close but so far I do not think the AP2 offers as much forgiveness in miss hit shots which appear to show up more in the longer irons.
Summary: I currently own a set of these new ap2's and love them. They are the perfect combination of bladelike control, and cavity forgiveness. Although the feel is nowhere near that of a japanese forged miura, mizuno, or fourteen, it is a huge improvement over Titleist's previous rendition.