With jacked lofts, you have lower (strong) static lofts. Get the ball in the hole. The reason? especially done with 4 or 5 iron for different skill level of golfers? & sometimes use it off the tee.. “We have a robust wedge business.”. Just was fitted at True Spec for a set of these, am pumped to get them. They still produce the same shot and trajectory if hit properly. What I dont like is how Titleist now is doing the same thing again what they did with driver. As a 70 year old I find it interesting that I hit 2 clubs less from 150 yards than I did 30+ years ago. MyGolfSpy, Inc. All Rights Reserved. I didn’t notice too much difference in any area of stats between the T100 and T100S to be honest, until my final shot of the testing which highlighted the potential capability of this iron. This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google, (your email address will not be published), PXG 0811 GEN4 Drivers (X, XT and XF) on USGA List, Callaway Epic Speed, Epic Max and Epic Max LS Drivers. It would be worth a fitting to try. Simple findings really - the further I hit it, the more chance I have of hitting it off target. T100 S lofts = JPX 919 Forged though stronger 9i and PW AND you can have a 3i I haven’t seen the drama with Mizuno specs, even with the Hot Metal. I’ve been told that I sometimes can be overly technical so I want to make sure I didn’t lose any of you. I have to say the head looks exactly the same as the T100. However, I also like to play shortened clubs. People who are stupid. Tour-refined sole shape (same as in T100) features a thin topline, minimal offset and enhanced camber for improved turf interaction. They also seem to be hard to shape the ball. as it’s been all my life. Applaud Titleist for leaving the gaps at 4 degrees in the scoring clubs. Titleist T100S irons: The technology. The T100S is a fully-forged player's iron with slightly stronger lofts to provide quality ball-strikers, or 'better players' who still want to use a ‘tour-shape’, that extra little bit of distance. They are slow. Knowing I am playing a 5 iron that used to be 7 iron loft doesn’t necessarily affect how far I hit the ball. Loosely speaking better golfers are looking for more control and shot shaping – to do that you need more spin but will sacrifice on “distance per degree of loft” if you will. In addition to his editorial responsibilities, he was instrumental in developing MyGolfSpy's data-driven testing methodologies and continues to sift through our data to find the insights that can help improve your game. If the distance increases and the height is still there then I’m changing my attitude. I don’t know if the T100•S is for you. Nobody complains about lower-lofted drivers because everyone understands that loft is an essential fitting variable. 卓越した弾道コントロール性能、進化したフェースプロファイル、そして感性を満たす打感・打音。 タイトリスト ツアーアイアンのベネフィットに、高い飛距離性能をプラスして誕生し … Why don’t we see 5 degree drivers with more rear weighted CG when it’s much easier to move CG in a driver? I want to copy and paste this reply, to use for those who haven’t actually tried it, like you did. Long ago, there was a time when the loft of player’s irons and GI and SGI irons had the same loft iron for iron. It’s true. I believe this is for the players. It looks special. I try to buy clubs for me that work best for me and do not care when I pick up a seven iron on a par 3 whether the guy playing with me has a 6 iron or an 8 iron. Tony, you alluded to a fundamental flaw in tapping of the bag. Another thing we observed the T100s had a draw flight a bit more pronounced than the AP2s. But that was because initially I saw a lower ball flight with not enough spin to hold the green. What a stupid and obviously uninformed comment, why not make them all exactly the same material, construction, shap, size, CoG. When Titleist offers an 8.5° driver head, nobody shakes their fists and yells at a cloud about how they have a 10.5° driver in their bag and that they are sick of these sons-of-bitches loft-jacking the big dog. Maybe the Ben Hogan Company had the right idea after all in putting lofts on irons as opposed to iron numbers. Just because something is repeated over and over does not make it true. Earlier in the year, we caught up with Titleist at the PGA Merchandise Show and asked them to explain the difference between the T100 and T100s. The leading edge would dig a lot more and the club wouldn't feel anywhere near as good. I did got get the set strong lofted by 1 degree throughout and it made a significant difference. Requested by Tour pros and coveted by TeamTitleist players, these stealthy pin seekers are ready to go long.STRIKE FROM FURTHER The fully-forged construction of T100S, with 2 of stronger loft than our T100 Irons, … Why must they make these clubs that look like Tony Stark’s tech toys? If you’re looking for a complicated technology story, you’ve come to the wrong place. T100 S look nicer and probably won’t feel as heavy head or swing weight as the AP3. In 2020 however, they have taken this to another level with the introduction of two new models in the T-Series family: T100S and T400. How anyone could buy a TM or Callaway set with 6 degree gaps in scoring clubs and 2.5 degree gaps in “long irons” is laughable. Stronger lifts keep the ball flight lower so the wind doesn’t kill me as much. . Them are some pretty irons that I’ll never buy…. It would have been really easy to just take the T100 and bend them stronger for those players. SEVERAL YEARS AGO I PLAYED WILSON STAFF – PITCHING WEDGE LOFT 50* Guys, this one is as easy as it gets, so I’m going to move fast. Yes, everybody is jacking their lofts, but it’s time to start coming to terms with the idea that static loft (the number listed in the catalog) doesn’t tell you much of anything about performance. You cannot fault Titleist for trying to cater for every possible type of golfer with it's T-Series range. All of that stuff is heavily dependent on additional factors like geometry and CG location. Titleist T100S Irons Review. If you’re reducing loft to add distance and you have any aspirations of holding greens, you’re going to have to move some weight around inside the head as well. The T-100S is just another option that will suit some and just be an overpriced doorstop for others. These clubs look very classy and the write up is outstanding once again. Progressive set design - with progressive blade lengths, sole widths and hosel lengths - delivers optimal CG positioning with preferred shaping through the set. Junkaholic, obviously your comments are the only stupid ones.. I also am sick of people crying about lofts. Now he was a True Club Builder, he taught me about lengths, weights of iron & woods [governed] , swing weighting & other important data. It’s nice when you pure a shot, but when you start thinking that jacking lofts means you’re actually hitting the ball farther than you think, maybe you need to go back to the basics. Never hurts to give consumer more options. The T100S irons have been designed with the following technologies to ensure the same forged feel and precision in the T100 isn't lost: Carefully calibrated T100 design with 2-degree stronger lofts enhances carry distance throughout the set. Are there any tests that demonstrate a significant distance gap between two wedges with the same loft and same shaft. Titleist T100 irons are forged to suit the player’s eye. The TitleistT200 irons are the successor to the AP3. Just my experience and opinion over the years I’ve been playing this great game! To overcome that and provide playable trajectories (higher peak heights, steeper landing angles with stopping power) you need more dynamic loft. Can’t believe I read this whole fussy thread. Why loft-jack a better player’s iron? The T100S irons are designed for tour-level precision and feel while being 2-degrees stronger than the T100 irons for longer distance as well as a thinner face for more ball speed. But wow I would sure love to hear more about that- even if it’s only in its infancy, as you stated. I doubt I’ll change now because I love the irons I’m playing, but this is a solid idea. Titleist T100 Review. My Bio Cell 6 iron is 26.5 degrees and my A7 6 iron is 29 degrees. In recent years manufacturers have realised that they can’t put the word 'distance' into ‘tour’ or 'players' irons as it may prove detrimental to the user, or more importantly the potential user - you or I. That’s not to say all loft-jacked irons perform as advertised but it also doesn’t mean that none of them does. If you want to know how irons should be gapped go look at TXG’s session where Matt was trying the Wishon sterling SL irons. 13 time PGA Tour winner's putter now available! The fundamental design principle behind every set of strong lofted irons is to create more DYNAMIC loft per degree of static loft. For more information, visit Titleist.com. Not that many years ago the pitching wedge standard was 48 degrees and a little before that the PW was 50 degrees. You may hit a blade 7 iron and a distance 7 iron with the EXACT same launch and decent angle, but they may have a 20 yard discrepancy in distance. Great!… Now I don’t have to have two of the same numbers in my mixed bag of T100’s and T200’s….??? The Titleist T100 irons offer better players who like the look of blades with more forgiveness and a lot of options. While that might sound scary, there’s some research – admittedly in its infancy – into the possibility that the way we gap our bags now is fundamentally flawed. Compared to the T200 however which is the next iron up in the T-Series, my dispersion was less consistent. For a new set of irons, anything under $1,000 is pretty rare these days. I would not buy jacked lofts because then it would throw the gaps of my bag out the window. Key technology ... There’s no question, this is one of the easiest irons to hit on the market, even when considering the emergence of full hybrid-iron sets. Talge says the idea for T100•S isn’t much different than the intent behind the original AP2. I always believed in playing forgiving irons and don’t care about jacking up the loft, . Nearly every manufacturer has a set of irons (if not multiple sets) in the category but Titleist thinks something is missing. I love the feel of my KZG forged irons they feel like hitting thru soft butter. This iron is aimed at elite golfers with 7 iron ball speeds of 105 mph plus. My solution is a simple one! Not the average player. My heart was begging me to hit the pure blade MP-20 MB, which looks incredible, whereas my head was telling me that the MMC provided that little bit more distance and forgiveness whilst still looking and feeling pretty good. What’s the big deal here? Even though I would be considered an elite player, I’ll be honest due to the small profile of the head, even I felt pressure to strike these irons well. Two new TS models giving new meaning to 'Titleist Speed Project'. Bottom line is there are TONS of different loft combinations that are out there. In the late summer of 2019, Titleist released the completely re-engineered T-Series irons that included the T100, T200, and T300. Now do you see how dumb your loft logic sounds? The T100s are available in both steel and graphite shaft options from 3 iron to PW. You be the decision maker on whether that is a good thing or not... My extensive indoor testing of the T-Series irons range and the T100S range in particular, gave me the kind of results I was expecting from this new iron. I then took my custom fitted irons for a spin, on course at Houldsworth Golf Club to see if the the T100S had added benefits over the T100 in real life scenarios. This is more due to an aging golfer population, but I am just as much for playing traditional game improvement irons and yet I can still play as well with the traditional lofts. Boy, it sounds like a lot of people here care more about ego than their score. Only in the F8s and F9s has that changed slightly, but I wouldn’t get too excited about the ho-hum loft bandwagon anytime soon! If you read the article, you’ll notice that Titleist sad that they have a VERY STRONG WEDGE Business… This is exactly what the manufacturers wanted to create (now everyone needs 3/4 wedges to make up for the loft decrease in the set makeup) besides satisfying the ego based golfers that want to hit their irons either the same distance they did 20 yrs. When we start legislating lofts, maybe we should go back to wooden shafts, wood heads on woods and balata golf balls. (You might ask.). Let’s get started. It’s not about the club it’s all about kicking a dead horse. That’s a pretty broad stroke to paint with. Retail price for the T200 and T100S Black Irons is $200 per club ($1,599 for the eight-club set). Done. Excellent feel and feedback off the clubhead, Genuinely gained some yardage compared to T100, Dispersion of distance could be a problem, Stronger loft does not always also mean further carry distance - this may fool some golfers, Stronger lofts than T100 for max distance in tour shape. Listen to what tiger woods said , he know more that we do. The surprising new T100S from @Titleist looks to put the PLAYER back in the Players Distance category. Looks. I totally agree with you Duffer E. Sorry you had to see the ignorant comment left by jackassaholic. It’s not as if Viktor Hovland and Matthew Wolff – young guns who make Jordan Spieth look like Phil Mickelson with skinnier calves – are betting their success on a transition from what they’ve always played into loft-deficient irons. Anymore I am seeing companies like Cobra not as quick to jump on the loft of the Bio Cell irons or even the F6 irons as lofts remain at 45 and 50 degrees for the pitching and gap wedges. FOR EVERY PLAYER. I have had multiple shoulder surgeries and I don’t exaggerate on my swing speeds. What’s the difference? I think what people here need to realize is yes, newer equipment can give the feeling that they are hitting the ball longer than they think they are. Trackman showed a difference in 17 yards carry between a good and a bad strike which I would expect from a forged golf club. Where can I find out more? a 5-gw is the equivalent to playing a traditional 4 iron to pitching wedge.. You can strengthen lofts on pitching and gap wedges, but you end up with diminishing returns. My biggest concern is hitting enough driver so I can hit a 150 yard club into the green on par 4’s. I love mine and I used to love blades only when I was younger. These stronger lofts are still short of most GI irons (and far weaker than Callaway’s latest 21 degree 7-iron or whatever it is). They look good. As part of our annual Editor’s Choice Awards, we discussed the evolution of the Titleist brand, specifically my assertion that the overhaul of its club lineup has been nothing short of dramatic. Not a bad idea for marketing and sales…. To make room for that extra wedge, you have to take something else out of the bag, which theoretically removes the opportunity to sell you a more expensive club like a fairway wood or hybrid. That was supposed to be what we now think of as a player’s distance iron but as it became popular on tour, the distance part of AP2’s story faded away. When I was into club building (cough) , inherited from my Brothers passing. Even on a relative basis, it won’t tell you launch angle, spin rate, peak height, descent angle or whether you’ll be able to stop a ball on the green. The real reason I think here that could be considered is I see many reviews on you tube and in general where people feel the T100’s spin quite a bit at traditional loft and traditional type shaft. Retail Price for the Titleist T100•S Iron is $175/club ($1,399/8-piece set) with steel shafts and $187.50/$1,499 with graphite. . Back in your day, drivers were made of wood and golf balls were filled with feathers. We are getting less “set” irons and more “driving irons” or hybrids on the long clubs and more wedges on the short clubs. I could read some of these dummies call each other out, all day long. It’s as if the company managed to chisel off its cement shoes, take several steps forward and actually do something different and, dare I say, interesting. I play Taylormade P790s because iI love the look . Titleist engineers use their expertise in cavity shaping and tungsten weighting to create irons that perform better on every strike. MORE T-SERIES IRONS. When I do i’ll get 6 iron thru PW & W + Gap, & Sand Wedges Mostly jacking lofts are for ego and not because you can hit the ball that far. Before the T100, the Titleist AP2 had been the most played iron model on the PGA Tour for the better part of a decade. I used to jump all over the strong lofts. I then compared the 2019 T100 and T200 models directly to the 2020 T100S model at LSH Auto, Stockport and the T100S against the other new iron for 2020, the T400. Guys, loft is an essential fitting variable for the rest of the bag, too. That “something” is a true single-piece solid-face forging. Irons: Titleist 4 - 6 T200,Titleist 7 - PW T100S, Nippon NS Pro 880 AMC Chrome Stiff Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM 7 - 50*, 56*, 60* Standard Wedge Shafts Putter: Scotty Cameron Studio Select Newport 1.5 Ball: Titleist Pro V1 X What I do know is that growing numbers of golfers are flocking to the player’s distance category. I think this is a great idea by them. TODAY THEIR ARE MANUFACTURES WITH 43* PITCHING WEDGES. But a recent sim test session of a strong lofted iron showed huge distance and high launch. You DO lose something with jacked lofts- D-PLANE. So I need stronger liftoffs to get distance. By using the same swing mechanics and the same alignment, the gains you might see in distance will pale in the long run to learning how to hit the ball pure. We’re not hiding from that,” says Talge. Learn how your comment data is processed. Research & Knowledge gained from Reputable sources such as this: Key Technology. The Titleist T200 irons are also very good looking, offering similar launch and spin characteristics.. We will now take a deeper look at the technical specs of each set, and summarize what most reviewers are saying about them. A “6.75 iron”? I’m 75 my handicap is 7.9. Callaway XR Stealhead believer. These are fantastic feeling irons and gone is the metallic trampoline feel from generations of the past and while 718 Ap2 made that go away as well these are definitely next level AP2’s and very impressed with this version on every level. That goes for my 8 iron and pitching wedge. Titleist have proven that you can still make a tour iron and disguise it with a couple of tricks beneath the hood to help us out. Last year they introduced three new irons models in the T-Series range: the T100, T200 and T300. This thread seems to be more about peoples comparative ego being bruised because in their eyes some chopper hits their new 8-iron further than their bladed 7-iron they’ve used for 30-years. Both T100S and T200 Black are available in 4-PW, W(48°). In a “better player’s” club, that’s a turf interaction problem waiting to happen. The new set is T100s, 4-PW. If you can see the 2 degrees difference in loft strength than you have better eyes than me. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. I’ll hit the club that suits the shot i want to hit, and if a slightly stronger loft (as the T100s are only 2′ stronger than the original AP2 loft anyway) helps me to achieve that more consistently then great. Wouldn’t that equate to a driver of like 5 degrees? This iron does exactly what it says on the tin. If you’re looking for a complicated technology story, you’ve come to the wrong place. Another consideration is that there is a new generation of golfers making their way to the PGA Tour, guys who have never played anything other than jacked lofts. I’m impressed with the Titleist putting out another option I feel is geared towards attracting my investment… I’m going looking and hope they drop in Black! We don’t need more rules. What would a club that is 35 degrees be called in your hypthetical? To see if the tweaks Titleist have made to create the T100S have really been worthwhile, and Titleist being Titleist, I had to get fitted for all of the the irons in the range first. Rick Hatfield, head g PLEASE share with us a deeper dive regarding the way we “gap” our clubs. For its part, Titleist aims to bring a different kind of swagger with the hope of reaching golfers for whom “player’s distance” hasn’t been quite “player-centric” enough. Man, I triggered some serious morons, the guy invoking tom Wishon obviously has reading comprehension issues. Really like HAC’s answer. Only 2* stronger than T100 which are the same specs as my MP59s. Guys, this one is as easy as it gets, so I’m going to move fast. 55 year old’s hit driver & 80 year old’s hit 8 irons? All it means is that instead of playing a 3 iron to pitching wedge, we are now playing a 4 iron to gap wedge with traditional 3 iron to pitching wedge lofts. Everybody good? That would be interesting. The stock shaft is the Project X LZ, but consider all of Titleist’s no-upcharge offerings at your disposal. When I miss hit one out of the heel it flew low and right with a noticeable yardage difference. 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