Titleist T-Series Irons
Titleist has launched its latest family-wide update of the T-series irons, and they are better than ever.
While the names haven’t changed, the designs have evolved, and as always, there is a Titleist T-series iron model here for every type of golfer.
Whether you are an elite amateur, a low-to-mid handicap player, or a golfer who wants game improvement, you’ll find a new Titleist T-series iron that’s perfect for you.
The tour-preferred Titleist T100 and its stronger lofted twin, the T100S, are custom made for elite golfers.
The players-sized Titleist T200, with its high flexing face insert, is ideal for single-digit to mid-handicap golfers.
And the high-launching, game-improvement Titleist T300 is perfect for the average player.
All have been re-designed to boost forgiveness through the use of industry-leading amounts of high-density tungsten.
Each builds distance where necessary by stretching the material limits.
And all have largely maintained the size, shape and especially the feel that have made Titleist T-series irons so popular on Tour and in the hands of amateurs everywhere.
Titleist T100 Irons
Featuring higher density tungsten and a thinner face design, the new Titleist T100 irons also include a more subtle change—the use of brazing elements within the multi-piece designs.
“When you weld something together, you create weld beads and weld material and that takes up weight,” says Marni Ines, Titleist’s director of iron development. “For brazing, you’re using a much thinner surface, you’re not connecting edges, you ‘re really connecting surfaces so you can be more efficient in the way they are attached.”
All About Form & Feel
One place the weight saved by brazing has gone is into an upgrade to 80 grams of tungsten in the heel and toe. This provides better forgiveness, along with an increased focus on feel.
“We asked ourselves how do we improve feel, and we know structure is a big part of feel,” says Ines.
As a result, the T100’s distinctive back bar, which has been thinned in recent models to distribute weight elsewhere, has been made thicker again—another tweak to improve forgiveness and keep mishits closer to their target.
New Sole Design
The Titliest T100 irons feature a new sole design inspired by Vokey Design wedges and the deep in-house knowledge of wedge guru Bob Vokey and his team.
The T100 R&D team learned specific things from the lower-lofted Vokey wedges and incorporated them into the 9-iron and down through the set.
As a result, the T100’s sole now features less relief in the heel and more in the toe for better transition through the turf to best maintain clubhead speed through the hitting area.
The new Titleist T100 features a dual cavity design on the 3-through 7-iron—top and bottom cavities separated by the solid back bar—with a one-piece forged 1025 carbon steel construction in the 8-iron through gap wedge.
Titleist T100S Irons
The new Titleist T100S irons mirror the look and feel of the T100, and offer the same forgiveness benefits of added tungsten.
But they feature two key differences.
First, they have stronger lofts (by two degrees throughout). And second, they feature an added channel in the back on the 3- through 7-iron that’s designed to improve ball speed and launch.
“We wanted to give back some of the launch that was lost in the previous version,” Ines says.
90 grams of tungsten per head, distributed in the heel and toe, helps to lower the center of gravity for increased launch as well. Testing with Max Homa showed that changing only the head between his Titleist MB irons and the T100S resulted in an increase of 20 yards in height and 15 yards in distance with a 7-iron.
If that sounds good to you, come test swing the new T100S irons in our state-of-the-art indoor fitting bays.
Titleist T200 Irons
This is the newest Titleist iron that will appeal to a majority of avid golfers.
The Titleist T200 is slightly more sleek in size and shape than its predecessor, and it has less offset than before.
It features more heavy tungsten than any iron in the T-Series family, with approximately 100 grams spread between the heel and toe for added forgiveness.
The Titleist T200 also has an aggressively thin, high strength SUP 10 steel in the L-shaped face for faster ball speeds.
The hollow design supports this face with an internal polymer core centered behind the face and a lightweight back plate made of a unique polymer to absorb and redistribute energy. It saves significant weight over steel and the internal rubbing improves sound in the hollow design.
The T200 has been well received on Tour and is proving very popular with low-to-mid-handicap players. It’s easy to hit and feels awesome.
Titleist T300 Irons
The upgrade to the Titleist T300 irons focuses on forgiveness—as you might expect in a game improvement iron—through the addition of 40 percent more tungsten than the previous model.
This mass has been added through the same brazing technique used in the other T-Series irons for more stability on off-center hits.
A new variable thickness face design provides better deflection and faster ball speeds on both on- and off-center hits (again, for more forgiveness).
And the new T300 irons incorporate the polymer core technology from past and current T-Series irons for better feel and face resilience.
More Distance, More Height, More Forgiveness
Although the T300 irons have been slightly (and handsomely) slimmed down, they still deliver more distance and more height as well.
Shots come into the green at a steeper angle to keep rollout to a minimum—a rare achievement with the typically stronger lofts in the game improvement, added forgiveness category.
All in all, these are exceptional irons for the player who wants to improve their results.
Come Swing The New T-Series Irons
Stop by one of our four stores today and try the new Titleist T-Series irons in our state-of-the-art indoor fitting bays.
You‘ll see all the performance data on the screen as you hit the new T-Series irons and we provide you with an expert custom fit. It’s the best way to play your best golf.