Titleist AP2 710
Released November, 2009
The Pros:High quality construction, flawless build with nothing out of place or needing adjustment. Looks very sharp at address, shining finish with a clear topline for lining up the shot. Last a long time without even showing any scratches.
The Cons:Reflective finish on address is sometimes a little too much on sunny days.
Titleist's AP2 Irons are intended for skilled or competitive golfers who want a compromise between workability and forgiveness. They feature the same dual-cavity design as the AP1 club, as well as the composite three-material construction.
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They have a medium face thickness and offer low vibration, a deep centre of gravity and accordingly decent forgiveness. The head size is smaller than the AP1 and the offset is more slight, the sole also slightly thinner. The result is a lower moment of inertia and decent overall workability. Ultimately these clubs are a compromise between the more professional, traditional cavity- or muscle-back Titleist designs and the more forgiving AP1's.
- Three-material stainless steel, tungsten/nickel sole, aluminum/elastomer construction
- Deep Centred COG
- Low vibration
- Midrange trajectory
- Emphasis on solid, smooth feel
- Medium face thickness
- Good workability
- Small progressive offset
- Medium MOI
- V grooves (2010 compliant)
User Reviews (1)
high quality construction, flawless build with nothing out of place or needing adjustment
looks very sharp at address, shining finish with a clear topline for lining up the shot
last a long time without even showing any scratches
enough forgiveness for players at all levels
excellent feel on contact, gives a solid feedback every time
lets you work the ball fairly easily, especially if you need to keep the ball low
reflective finish on address is sometimes a little too much on sunny days
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