Titleist Golf Irons
The Titleist Iron range has always had an incredible selection which suits all abilities in golf. Order the latest sets with full custom options available to suit your game at the lowest UK price.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Titleist irons are best for me?
For the mid-handicap players, we recommend the Titleist t100 irons. They feature a fully forged dual-construction and 66 grams of tungsten in every head that is carefully placed in the heel and toe areas for added stability. The face is also thinner for increased ball speed across the face. These irons perfectly suit a player’s eye and deliver incredible performance.
The t200 or t300 are perfect for high handicap users, as long as you get them properly fitted. Both of these models are made with the new max impact technology. The company is putting polymer cores behind the face, which allows it to be thinner for increased speed, higher launch angles, and consistent distances. This series is available on our website, and it comes with free next day delivery.
What are the best game improvement irons?
The winner in this category has to be the Titleist t300. Its structure is designed for speed, thanks to the well-hidden cavity-back and silicone-polymer core at the centre of the face. With the t300, turf interaction is not grabby, and the long irons are easy to hit.
Which Titleist irons are the most forgiving?
The T400 iron has been designed to be the most forgiving irons out of all Titleist releases. The overall design of these irons is meant to increase stability and create swift ball speed for added distance. They have a lighter shaft and mid-low flex points that allow for a higher trajectory.
What Titleist irons do the pros use?
If you want to play like the pros, then the T- series is the way to go. In fact, the t100 was designed based on the recommendations of TOUR players such as Jordan Spieth. Webb Simpson also uses the Titleist 620 MB irons, which are the newer releases. However, many players are mixing the 620 MB and 620 CB this year.
How often does Titleist release new irons?
The company normally releases irons after every two years because they alternate between irons and woods.