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Review: Main Features Of Titleist AP2 irons !!
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By: Debbie Flower Email Article
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Titleist describes the Forged AP2 as "advanced performance, multi-material, dual cavity, technical forged irons providing traditional solid feel, looks, and shot control for the skilled player." Uhm, yeah. Let's crack the marketing mumbo-jumbo to see what we've really got here.

Titleist AP2 irons offer a contemporary, confidence inspiring appearance in the playing position with a traditional profile and blade hosel junction. The metallic cavity plate tunes sound and feel and provides attractive cosmetics for great bag appeal.

Design and Technology
The AP1 and AP2 were designed by Titleist veteran Peter Gilbert, designer of almost every notable DCI iron of the past, with the guidance of Dan Stone, new head of Golf Club Research and Development. Gilbert started with a fresh slate, casting aside the well received 775s and 755s and the technology that had brought them to their current state. He looked at new materials, new shapes, and new processes and created a revolutionary pair of irons - the AP irons.

Titleist AP2 irons Features and Benefits:
The most technologically advanced irons that Titleist has ever produced.
Contemporary technology with traditional Titleist feel for the better and aspiring player.
Multi-material construction and dual cavity design that combine to provide unmatched feel, forgiveness and playability.
Four different materials: steel body, tungsten nickel steel box, central support bar with elastomer cushion and aluminum cavity plate.

One thing you may not be aware of is that the grooves on the Titleist AP1s and Forged AP2s conform to the proposed revised specifications. While I applaud Titleist for treating their customers well (you can buy these irons reasonably comfortable in the knowledge that they should meet revised rules), it did take me a little while to get used to having to deal with fliers again. Knowing how to judge a flier lie isn't a skill a lot of golfers have ever learned, but it's a skill that's fairly easy to pick up and may very well be something all golfers will be dealing with very soon.

Titleistís reputation for producing equipment for the avid golfer is well-deserved, and their better-player irons are certainly impressive.if you. For more information on this or any other product, check out their website at guarantees that our products will be of the highest quality available directly from original factory with serial numbers, made of high grade materials, and play with high performance. We work side by side with accredited and licensed OEM manufacturer to produce the high-performance golf heads & shafts and golf accessories.

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