What year did Titleist AP1 714 come out?

The Titleist AP1 714 Irons are the fourth generation of the range launched in 2008 and they continue to use the same cast chassis that has made this model so popular.

Are Ping G25 irons still good?

Customer and reviewers have confirmed that the G25 irons deliver the reliable distance and great forgiveness we’ve come to expect from PING clubs. They have a 5-star aggregate rating on Amazon, Global Golf and the DSG website.

Are Titleist 714 AP1 irons forgiving?

The 714 AP1 irons are some of the longest, most forgiving irons Titleist has ever made, with a multi-material, dual cavity design for players that want maximum distance, forgiveness and solid feel in a great looking progressive game improvement chassis.

Are Ping G25 irons forged or cast?

Ping G25 Irons – Product Details

UK Launch 15 February 2013
Hand Availability Left, Right
Manufacture Cast
Material Steel
Finish Chrome

Are Titleist 716 AP1 irons forged?

The other major change is something you can’t see because Titleist has increased the amount of high density tungsten that they have put in the sole of the club by 50% over the previous model….Titleist 716 AP1 Irons – Product Details.

UK Launch 23 October 2015
Hand Availability Left, Right
Manufacture Cast
Material Steel

What are the pros of the Titleist 714 AP1?

Pros: The ultra forgiving long irons and compact short irons make the new AP1’s one of the most attractive sets in their category. The 714 AP2 irons offer even better looks and feel than previous models, and their progressive design (lower CG long irons, stronger-lofted short irons) give them the distance previous models lacked.

When did the Titleist AP2 irons come out?

Since their introduction in 2007, the AP2 series has been almost synonymous with “players irons.” Previous AP2 models have been recognized as a leader in combining feel and control without sacrificing distance.

Which is the best brand of Titleist Irons?

There’s no doubt that Titleist’s 712 AP1 irons were a solid option for golfers looking for help with their consistency and distance. That was proved by sales of the irons, which in 2013 became Titleist’s No. 1-selling model.

What’s the difference between the 714 and the 712 AP2?

Above: Photo of the new 714 AP2 (left) and the 712 AP2 (right). The sole design was improved in both the long and short irons with the addition of what Titleist Wedge master Bob Vokey calls a “pre-worn” leading edge, which helps improve turf interaction from tight lies.