Titleist 714 AP1 Wedge Specifications
How old are Titleist AP1 714?
The Titleist AP1 714 Irons are the fourth generation of the range launched in 2008 and they continue to use the same cast chassis that has made this model so popular.
Are Titleist AP1 714 forgiving?
According to Titleist, the 714 AP1s are “precision engineered for optimum flight and distance” and, as game-improvement irons, they are intended to be very forgiving.
What is the loft of a Titleist AP1 pitching wedge?
And they’re right; each of the 716 AP1 irons are 1-degree stronger than their predecessors, with a stock pitching wedge loft of 43 degrees.
What is the new Titleist AP1?
The Titleist AP1 are multi-material, dual cavity irons that take the design mission of “Advanced Performance You Can Feel” to new heights.
Are Titleist AP1 irons good for high handicappers?
These irons are great because they are well-suited to players who are new to the sport and have a high handicap. You then need to spend some time out on the course, playing with the Titleist 718 AP1 irons to ensure they’re the perfect fit for you.
What year were Titleist AP2 irons made?
AP2 ( 2008 ) Advanced performance, multi-material, dual cavity, technical forged irons providing traditional solid feel, looks and shot control for the skilled player.
What is aw wedge?
An AW golf club is an Approach Wedge, also commonly called a Gap Wedge. They are used by golfers when a pitching wedge is too much club when approaching the green. Not so long ago, golfers had only two wedge clubs in their bag, a pitching wedge and a sand wedge.
How good are Titleist AP1 irons?
Despite the strong lofts (the AP1 is a club stronger than the AP2 in the long irons), these irons launch the ball high enough to create loads of distance. The spin is pretty low, so you’ll see very strong ball flight. Most importantly, the carry distances on misses were within 10-15 yards of good strikes.