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.
Summary: When it comes to my irons I look for something that looks nice at address but more importantly is able to work the ball left to right and vis versa. The impact of these clubs are crisp and the turf interaction is better than my previous clubs (mizuno mp 62) which just didn't offer the forgiveness I...
Summary: I purchased a set of AP2s with ALDILA VS PROTO-T 75 graphite shafts a month ago. I used a Titleist fitter and spent a couple of mornings hitting shots - highly recommended. I also wanted to be sure that the high, straight shots were not the result of good swings on one particular day.
Summary: Background of a reviewer is helpful to understand perspective and skill of said golfer. For 10 years I've been playing with a set of Ping Eye 2 circa 1992s 3-SW...regripped em last year... classic look and feel. very forgiving for the time which gave up shot shaping ability,they aint no blades.
Summary: I have been golfing since I was 11 (sadly 52 years ago) and was fitted for a set of AP2's with Dynamic Gold 300 shafts 6 weeks ago for AUS$1160 at Drummond golf. The irons are, without a doubt, the best irons I have ever played.
Summary: I was nervous about buying the Titleist AP2 irons since I am a once a week golfer who shoots in the low 80's. I dont know why I waited so long....there were my cure for the pulls left. They are nice and heavy and have helped me slow my hands down, what was once a 10 yard draw is now a 10 foot draw!
Summary: IF U R A GROWNUP PERSON AND WANT MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE and SERIOUS GOLFER. GET TITLEIST. IF UR STILL A KID THAT LIKES TO PLAY WITH SCREWS GET TAYLORMADE.MY OPINION TO ALL PEOPLE UNDER 50 THAT KNOW HOW TO PLAY.U DO NOT NEED SCREWS IF U CAN FIX IT UR SELF IT JUST DAMAGES UR SWING AND MAKES UR BODY THINK...
Pros: i have used before the 735cm's and i can feel the difference between them to my new AP2's in rough grass its easier to get the ball out and its a little more forgiving.the clubs lunch the ball mid-high and extra 15yds.the sound is great.
Cons: lets not forget its still a players 5* workability club that means that it doesnt eliminate miss hits .... its all about the players strike to the ball now and then when ur not consistent it helps but if u really dont know how to strike the ball well and work it stick to the AP1.
Summary: If you are looking for a little forgiveness with your irons without having to go with a game improvement clubs, I would strongly recommend giving the Titleist AP 2 a run at your course. These are great clubs Good Luck
Pros: A players club with forgiveness, the build quality, the fell and sound it makes on contact.
Cons: The profile is a bit large than what I am used to (MP33)
Summary: Just bought a set of AP2 irons to go with my Titleist woods.I was a little unsure if these clubs are to good for me.After playing with them a few times I have to say they are fantastic and invite you to take the shot on.I play of 15 and the feedback from them is superb.Strongly recommend these irons...