Are 714 AP2 still good?
The sound and feel is excellent and it retains the characteritics of a mid-sized forged iron whilst playing like an oversized cavity back. Again for the blade length, the 714 AP2 is one of the highest MOI irons in the market and even for low single figure players this is going to give benefits.
Are Titleist 714 AP2 irons forgiving?
BOTTOM LINE: The undisputed champ. Titleist improved on an already great iron — no matter how you play, this club can make you better. Excels across the board. Surprisingly forgiving and easy to hit.
What year did Titleist AP2 714 come out?
It didn’t long for Jason Dufner to benefit from his switch to the Titleist 714 AP2 irons after their release in 2013; he won the PGA Championship in one of his first starts with the new clubs in his bag.
Are AP2 irons blades?
AP2 is a blade iron with all the forgiveness of a cavity back.
Are Titleist AP2 irons blades?
What’s the difference between AP1 AP2 and AP3?
The AP3 went just as far as the AP1, and also had a tighter dispersion than the AP2. The AP2 had a lot of spin which is why it went much shorter; the shortage in distance had a lot to do with the high launch angle. As you can tell the AP1 and AP3 average about 5 mph more ball speed than the 718 AP2.
What’s the difference between the 714 and the 712 AP2?
Above: Photo of the new 714 AP2 (left) and the 712 AP2 (right). The sole design was improved in both the long and short irons with the addition of what Titleist Wedge master Bob Vokey calls a “pre-worn” leading edge, which helps improve turf interaction from tight lies.
What are the pros of the Titleist 714 AP1?
Pros: The ultra forgiving long irons and compact short irons make the new AP1’s one of the most attractive sets in their category. The 714 AP2 irons offer even better looks and feel than previous models, and their progressive design (lower CG long irons, stronger-lofted short irons) give them the distance previous models lacked.
Which is better the AP1 or the AP2?
The difference was not profound by any means, and was more of a function of loft. The AP1 short irons are 2 degrees stronger than their AP2 counterparts. However, the distance loss is made up somewhat by the additional shot control provided by the AP2.
How much does a True Temper AP1 iron cost?
The AP1 irons will sell for $799 with True Temper’s XP 95 steel shafts, and $999 with Mitsubishi Kuro Kage 65 graphite shafts. The AP2 irons will cost $1099 with True Temper Dynamic Gold steel shafts.