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Low- and mid-handicappers. AP2 irons have always been a highly versatile offering from Titleist and clubs that fit a wider array of players than some of the company’s other irons. That will be the case again with the 718 AP2. In fact, more Tour players than ever are moving into the 718 AP2 irons, but they still have enough forgiveness that a mid-handicapper who values the look and feel can also play them. The 718 AP2 also generates a bit more distance than the other Tour or players irons in the Titleist lineup. Add it all up and these irons are likely to wind up not only in a lot of bags but in the bags of golfers with very different playing profiles.
Enables a thinner clubface that creates more ball speed from all impact locations, with the result being distance increases through the set.
An average of more than 50 grams of high-density tungsten positioned in the heel and toe of the long and mid irons creates more forgiveness on mis-hits and increased stability at impact.
Stronger and more flexible than 1025 carbon steel or 17-4 stainless steel, the SUP10 that’s used in constructing the body and face of the longer irons enables a lower CG position that promotes faster ball speeds and higher launch conditions.
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