Titleist 716 AP2 iron - Tour pro reaction

Jordan Spieth, Zach Johnson, Jason Dufner and Kevin Na discuss the benefits of Titleist's new player iron

Andy Roberts's picture
Fri, 25 Sep 2015

Titleist AP2 has been one of the most successful irons in the player iron category for the past eight years. Judging by the reaction to its latest 716 model, that progress is only going to continue. 

TESTED: TITLEIST 716 AP2 IRON REVIEW

In the video above, PGA Tour players Jordan Spieth, Zach Johnson, Jason Dufner and Kevin Na weigh in with their thoughts on the new Titleist iron that seeks to deliver tour-proven distance with forgiveness and a solid forged feel.

FIRST LOOK: TITLEIST 716 AP1 & AP2 IRONS

Two-time major champion Spieth has been using the 714 AP2 irons but will move into the new 716 AP2 irons after the Presidents Cup next month. 

"The first time I looked down at the new AP2’s they looked even cleaner," said Spieth, who this year became the second youngest player to win the Masters behind Tiger Woods, before becoming the youngest US Open champion since Bobby Jones in 1923. 

"I thought they looked almost like a blade. As an amateur, you can now get the look of a tour blade while still having the consistency and forgiveness of a forged cavity. For a true golf lover that can’t be beaten."

 

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