Precise iron play means controlling both trajectory and distance to stop your shot near the pin, therefore, the amazing Titleist AP2 714 irons are precision engineered for optimum flight and distance, with increased forgiveness to help you hit it close every time.
Titleist AP2 714 Irons Precision Engineering
The AP2 irons are multi-material forged irons that offer increased distance along with trajectory control and forgiveness with excellent workability. The tour proven chassis with progressive face thickness and sole widths provide brilliant feel upon impact. Precisely placed high density tungsten weighting in the long and mid irons produces higher MOI for consistent distance without sacrificing workability. As well as being great to hit, the AP2 irons also have a superior appearance with a satin polish playing position with bright polish cavity highlights.
The irons also features:
Tour proven profile with progressive weighting, face thickness and sole widths
Increased playability from the dual cavity design with high density tungsten weighting
Consistent Speed on miss-hits from the high MOI design for better distance control
1 year guarantee and True Temper Dynamic Gold Steel Shafts
Titleist AP2 714 Design
The irons are designed to provide longer flight with increased trajectory control. More carry distance from higher launching, low CG long irons and thicker face, flatter launching short irons ensure the best possible distance and ball flight. Solid feel through the set is provided by the progressive centre of gravity design, lower in the long irons and higher in the short irons. For a crisp release through the turf, the cambered sole has a pre-worn leading edge and bevelled trailing edge that provide a pure strike through the ground. The Titleist AP2 714 Irons Steel 4-PW provide advanced performance for your golf game.
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