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Men Titleist 710 AP1 irons With Graphite Review

New Tuned Feel System –  Titleist 710 AP1 irons to serve the needs of the recreational golfer.


Thinner face and larger cavity, Multi-material, dual cavity, contemporary cast irons that provide looks and great feel. Titleist 710 AP1 irons have carry distance 1/2 to 1 club longer than the competition. The tungsten nickel material frame has been moved for enhanced heel and toe weighting resulting in increased stability and forgiveness


Anything from Titleist in my opinion is of high quality, and when you hit the ball, the contact is flawless.The concept for the original Advanced Performance irons arose as a result of research that indicated serious golfers want performance with great feel, not performance at the expense of feel. The Titleist R&D team’s advanced research group has been conducting extensive sound and vibration analysis aimed at reducing the harsh lower frequency vibration that causes poor feel in irons.


Titleist 710 AP1 irons Solid Feel,High density tungsten nickel sole bar reduces low frequency vibration for solid feel.More Forgiving,Perimeter weighted back flange and tungsten nickel sole bar locates the CG low and deep for increased MOI, forgiveness and stability.


High performance Nippon NS Pro 105T lightweight shaft features a medium tip for control and softer butt section for feel. Titleist Tour Velvet rubber grip provides soft feel with traction.


Ping has put a touch of sophistication on the club head which provides a very smart touch to the entire club.


The K15 offers a titanium club head which provides a maximum amount of forgiveness. The club is designed for an overall improvement in your game which will include high trajectory and a low to medium spin on each hit. 


Choosing the right club can be a challenge and this is why having a fitting makes perfect sense.


The Titleist 710 AP1 irons are a great choice for people who do not hit the ball high. 



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