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Titleist Men's 718 AP1 Irons

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Titleist Men's 718 AP1 Irons


  • When it comes to irons, while Titleist has built its reputation on players irons, the company’s one true game-improvement offering, the AP1, has been its best-selling iron for the last several years.
  • Brand new from Titleist are the 718 AP1 irons, which should again prove to be a huge success, as they’re offering golfers even more distance and forgiveness than their predecessors.
  • Fueling that performance is a progressive set construction, as the 4- and 5-iron are now fully hollow, which enabled engineers to move weight to the perimeter to enhance forgiveness while also creating a low, deep CG positions for higher launch and more impact stability.
  • The use of more than 55 grams of tungsten in the toe of the long and mid irons is further helping to increase both launch and MOI.
  • A thinner clubface construction and the use of stainless steel face inserts are creating faster ball speeds from all impact locations, which is leading to distance gains of between three and six yards throughout the set.
  • The 718 AP1 irons are being offered with stock shaft options in both steel and graphite, with the True Temper AMT Red being the steel option and the Mitsubishi Tensei Red being the graphite option. Titleist does, however, have multiple no upcharge aftermarket shafts for players who are in need of a different profile to choose from.

Ideal For

Mid and high-handicappers. From a playability standpoint, the 718 AP1 irons have the performance attributes that golfers need to have more fun and hit better iron shots when they play, and that starts with more distance, higher launch conditions, and ample forgiveness. That combination is a recipe to hit more greens, which will undoubtedly equate to better scores. All that said, however, for a true game-improvement iron, the 718 AP1 has a clean, classic shape that might also appeal to some lower-handicappers, which means it’s a good bet that AP1 will continue to be Titleist’s best-selling iron.

Progressive Set construction

Progressive Set Construction

Traditional cavity construction in the mid and short irons and hollow body construction in the long irons promotes optimal performance with each club through the set.

Tungsten Weighting

Tungsten Weighting

High-density tungsten positioned in the toe of the long and mid irons creates higher launch conditions and improves MOI for more consistent results on mis-hits.

Thin unsupported clubface

Thin, Unsupported Clubface

Ultra-thin face construction coupled with stainless steel face inserts create more ball speed from all impact locations to maximize distance.

Titleist Men's 718 AP1 Irons
Club Loft Length Lie Angle Offset Swing Weight
#4 21° 38.5" 61° 5.3mm D2, D1 (steel, graphite)
#5 24° 38" 62° 4.5mm D2, D1
#6 27° 37.5" 62.5° 4.0mm D2, D1
#7 30° 37" 63° 3.5mm D2, D1
#8 34° 36.5" 63.5° 3.0mm D2, D1
#9 38° 36" 64° 2.8mm D2, D1
PW 43° 35.75" 64° 2.5mm D2, D1
GW1 48° 35.5" 64° 2.3mm D2, D1
GW2 53° 35.5" 64° 2.3mm D2, D1
Titleist Men's 718 AP1 Irons is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best feeling GI on the market Tried some other irons in this category but these stand out for overall in categories. I don't think they are the longest in the GI category but most consistent for sure and best feel on a GI I ever had. They are also very accurate. Should be on the short list for anyone looking for a solid club.
Date published: 2018-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best game improvement irons made I’m 71 years old and have always played forged clubs because I never liked the looks of game improvement irons. Well at my age I’ve definitely started losing distance and decided to look at gi irons and bought the Titleist because they were the first ones I actually liked the looks of. Had never hit them before just ordered them with senior graphite shafts on a whim. I absolutely love them, they feel great and I’ve added 15 yards to my 5 iron distance and put away my 5 hybrid. I would highly recommend anyone giving them a try.
Date published: 2018-06-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the clubs definitely needed an upgrade and I’m glad I choose these
Date published: 2018-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I am a 12 handicapper golfer who plays about twice a week in the spring and summer. Although I had played the the Taylormade RSi irons the past 2 years I was not at all happy with them. The Taylor made clubs were definitely longer throughout the range but accuracy was a problem. I have played 4 rounds with the Titleist 718 irons and they are significantly straighter for me than the taylormade RSi. So far I am very happy with the Titleist 718 irons :) :)
Date published: 2018-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best iron set on the market ! Title says it all! These are the best irons for mid to lower handicap players who want distant with some classic high end looks. Spend the money , your wife will understand.
Date published: 2018-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Huge Upgrade I loved my previous set of irons (712 AP1s) however this new set is truly an upgrade. With center hits most clubs perform well, with this set off-center hits is where I found the most value. My plan was to keep my previous set until I've made a comfortable transition and now after only 2 weeks I'm ready to part ways with those irons.
Date published: 2017-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid Set of Irons I bought these to replace a set of 710 AP1 irons. These are a big improvement from the old set. The ball comes off this set much hotter and they are a good 1/2 to full club longer for each iron. Not sure if that's a good thing, but that is how it goes. Don't be fooled into thinking that you can hit the AP3 or AP2 because you're a 10 handicap. I'm a 10 and I struggled hitting the AP3 and AP2 consistently. While these might be considered a 'game improvement' iron, they are not as forgiving as you might think - or be told. I like them very much, but you have to be honest with yourself about your level of play. They are going to require a certain level of ability to consistently hit them. And that is why I bought these over the AP3. A guy has to know his limitations.
Date published: 2017-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Upgrade These are definitely an upgrade from the previous two models. I owned the the AP1 714 model and thought I would never get rid of them. Of course that was until Titleist released these. The feel at impact is the most noticeable difference compared to the previous two models. The 718 model feels soft and pure at impact unlike the 14's and 16's. The 14's had a hard and almost hallow feel at impact. Another area of improvement is the looks. Titleist did a good job at disguising the thickness.
Date published: 2017-10-26
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