The new Titleist 712 AP2 Irons which aim at low handicappers have a pretty decent look. They deliver an industry leading combination of performance, looks and feel to improve your skills to the next level.
Titleist has always been about tradition and seem to always be going after the better player. Titleist has long used "700'' numbers for irons for a long time. It uses 900 numbers for metal woods. The "7" stands for irons, while the "12" stands for the new model year, 2012.
They feature Titleist's most advanced multi-material designs which deliver superior distance control through increased moment-of-inertia (MOI) which also provides outstanding solid feel. In addition we have made appearance improvements to both sets. The New Titleist 909H Hybrid
are more forgiving and more disctance control.It gives the AP2 player more consistent ball speed over a larger area of the face.
This year, the AT&T National Champion Nick Watney got the new Titleist 712 off to a good start when he used the 712 AP2 Irons (3-P) to win the AT&T National. The former Fresno State star also used a Titleist Pro V1x golf ball, Titleist 910D3 (10.5) driver,910F (15) fairway metal, 910H (21) hybrid, Vokey Design sand (54) and lob (60) wedges and Scotty Cameron New¬port Fast¬back putter.
The Acushnet Company (Titleist, FootJoy) began seeding the Titleist 910 D3 Driver
at the AT&T National. A total of 19 players put the prototype irons (AP1, AP2, MB, CB) in play. The Titleist brand led the iron count at the AT&T National with a total of 40 sets in play.
Watney's prototype AP2 irons(3-P) were standard length and one degree upright throughout; two degrees weak in the 3, 4, 5, P and one degree weak in the 6, 7, 8, 9. According to Acushnet, Watney decided to put the new irons in the bag after practicing with them for the first time during the Wednesday pro-am round.Cleveland CG15 Oil Quench WedgeCleveland CG15 Black Pearl WedgeCleveland Hibore XLS Fairway Wood