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Curious to hear what anyone used to playing 620MB or similar blades thinks of the T100. I switched from AP2s to 620MB but am interested to try the T100, especially considering how many pros are playing the T100s instead of 620MBs. Also looking to maybe switch out my hybrid and 4i with a new 3 and 4 iron, so thinking about the T200 or the u505, so would love to hear about those.

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Hybrid: Titleist 816 H1 19.0, Diamana D+ Hyrbid 100 X-Flex
4 iron: Titleist AP3, Aerotech SteelFiber i100cw X-Flex
5-9 irons: Titleist 620 MB, ProjectX 6.5
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Just now, pjb3 said:

Curious to hear what anyone used to playing 620MB or similar blades thinks of the T100. I switched from AP2s to 620MB but am interested to try the T100, especially considering how many pros are playing the T100s instead of 620MBs. Also looking to maybe switch out my hybrid and 4i with a new 3 and 4 iron, so thinking about the T200 or the u505, so would love to hear about those.

The 620s are the typical mb, not much difference between them and the last several MB’s from titleist. The t100 is an improvement on the ap2, but those who needed to drop spin had better results with the 100-s. 
 

It comes down to what one is looking for. If it’s more distance and slightly less penal mishits then 100 is a good option

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Got to hit the 100-s today. I like them and from a size perspective the 100 and 100-s are very close. Didn’t hit the 100 but will probably test next week.

If I owned the previous 100-s I didn’t see anything in ball flight or feel at contact that would make me want to upgrade to these unless I just wanted new irons. That said since I don’t own the previous set I like the look at address and how the feel with the amt white. 

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Dang, another iron set (T300) to add to the already too long list of considerations.

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What do you guys think of this shaft in a 5 and 6 iron for the T200? 

MCA Tensei Blue AM2

Has anyone used this in a mid iron before?

I am thinking of getting this shaft in the 5/6 iron for the T200 as i have purchased the new t100-S 7-pw.

thoughs on this shaft in these two irons?

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Local shop already had these for testing last week...so, of course I had to do a fitting!

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Tried out the T100s, T200, and T300. Hit all of them about the same distance. T300 was definitely higher flying than the other two and dispersion was tightest with the T200 since it's a bit more forgiving that the T100s. Used a Trackman for all data points and spin was also lowest for me with the T200 @ 95mph swing speed. 

Overall, I was fit into the T200 w/ x100 shafts, midsize grips, and +1.25" length. Note about length - Titleist tends to run a touch shorter than other OEMs, so keep that in mind and get a proper fitting!

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1 hour ago, GolfSpy_THV said:

Local shop already had these for testing last week...so, of course I had to do a fitting!

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Tried out the T100s, T200, and T300. Hit all of them about the same distance. T300 was definitely higher flying than the other two and dispersion was tightest with the T200 since it's a bit more forgiving that the T100s. Used a Trackman for all data points and spin was also lowest for me with the T200 @ 95mph swing speed. 

Overall, I was fit into the T200 w/ x100 shafts, midsize grips, and +1.25" length. Note about length - Titleist tends to run a touch shorter than other OEMs, so keep that in mind and get a proper fitting!

How is the size comparison from the T100S to the T200?  

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2 minutes ago, Shankster said:

How is the size comparison from the T100S to the T200?  

From the pic they look close in size, 300 definitely larger. 
All 3 look great!

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Feel like i need to own these T300s...

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Just now, dlow206 said:

Feel like i need to own these T300s...

Definitely 👍

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1 hour ago, Shankster said:

How is the size comparison from the T100S to the T200?  

Great question! So if the T100/s is a butter knife - which they really are, even with the polymer cavity on the S version, it's still pretty "knifey" - I would say the T200 is like a slice of bread and the T300 is about half a loaf. My current D7's are a full loaf, lol! I'll see if I have time to grab a side-by-side comparison to share with you guys so you can look at all the soles. 

Funny enough, I finally figured out why my shots are so wonky sometimes with the D7, even though they are an SGI iron and should always be pretty darn straight and fly high - i'm overpowering the club! With a 95mph 7i swing speed, I'm causing the club face to react in ways it wasn't designed for and I got the same results with the T300. They flew too high and my dispersion was a bit wide compared with the T200, which is more suited for a player like me - higher swing speed, but consistency issues and needs added forgiveness. I have a feeling the T200 will be a big seller!

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10 minutes ago, GolfSpy_THV said:

Great question! So if the T100/s is a butter knife - which they really are, even with the polymer cavity on the S version, it's still pretty "knifey" - I would say the T200 is like a slice of bread and the T300 is about half a loaf. My current D7's are a full loaf, lol! I'll see if I have time to grab a side-by-side comparison to share with you guys so you can look at all the soles. 

Funny enough, I finally figured out why my shots are so wonky sometimes with the D7, even though they are an SGI iron and should always be pretty darn straight and fly high - i'm overpowering the club! With a 95mph 7i swing speed, I'm causing the club face to react in ways it wasn't designed for and I got the same results with the T300. They flew too high and my dispersion was a bit wide compared with the T200, which is more suited for a player like me - higher swing speed, but consistency issues and needs added forgiveness. I have a feeling the T200 will be a big seller!

Do you think the 100s could blend well with the 200 long irons? I presume so looking loft for loft. 

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4 minutes ago, rbsiedsc said:

Do you think the 100s could blend well with the 200 long irons? I presume so looking loft for loft. 

Yeah, I definitely could see a blended set of 3/4-6/7 in T200 and 7/8-W in a T100 based on swing type. Do note that that the T100 is a more "traditional" loft so the gap from the T200 clubs to the T100 will be larger than normal. If you want to keep gaps more consistent across your whole set, the T100S would be a better bet and with a touch more forgiveness than the T100.

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:wilson_staff_small:  D7 4-GW, KBS 105

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I would only want graphite shafts. AV Blue sound good but a little light. AV White seems like its more in the right weight range. 

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Fairway Woods:titelist-small: TSi2 3 wood, 5 wood - Aldila Ascent 60 S
Irons:titelist-small: T300 5 to SW - LAGP AXS Red 85 Stiff double soft stepped
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9 hours ago, rbsiedsc said:

Do you think the 100s could blend well with the 200 long irons? I presume so looking loft for loft. 

The lofts are the same in the 4-6 and only a degree difference in the rest of the set. Since the last AP line titleist has done a great job at making combo sets easy.

The 100-s despite having stronger lofts do not fall into a GI category. They will penalize a mishit just like the 100

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12 hours ago, GolfSpy_THV said:

Great question! So if the T100/s is a butter knife - which they really are, even with the polymer cavity on the S version, it's still pretty "knifey" - I would say the T200 is like a slice of bread and the T300 is about half a loaf. My current D7's are a full loaf, lol! I'll see if I have time to grab a side-by-side comparison to share with you guys so you can look at all the soles. 

Funny enough, I finally figured out why my shots are so wonky sometimes with the D7, even though they are an SGI iron and should always be pretty darn straight and fly high - i'm overpowering the club! With a 95mph 7i swing speed, I'm causing the club face to react in ways it wasn't designed for and I got the same results with the T300. They flew too high and my dispersion was a bit wide compared with the T200, which is more suited for a player like me - higher swing speed, but consistency issues and needs added forgiveness. I have a feeling the T200 will be a big seller!

Good to know.  I’m around the same speed, and was wondering about going to an X shaft in the irons, yeah, yeah… fitting. I like butter knives.  A slice of bread on the DI would be ok… but I can’t do a full loaf, not even 2 slices.

so, what was the club doing since you are overpowering it?  

 

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1 hour ago, Shankster said:

so, what was the club doing since you are overpowering it?

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5 hours ago, Shankster said:

Good to know.  I’m around the same speed, and was wondering about going to an X shaft in the irons, yeah, yeah… fitting. I like butter knives.  A slice of bread on the DI would be ok… but I can’t do a full loaf, not even 2 slices.

so, what was the club doing since you are overpowering it?  

 

Yeah, mainly it caused the face to overflex and took away the benefits of it's construction and forgiveness that was built in. Think about it this way, you ever see a double bounce on a trampoline? Regular bouncing is controlled and tends to force jumpers into the center of the trampoline, a double bounce, though, causes chaos and sends the jumper in any number of random directions. That's what my speed was causing on the D7, so the consistency and forgiveness were negated a bit, ultimately impacting my score and enjoyment of the game because I never knew how far or the exact direction the ball would fly. I would hit a 7i and it would go 195yds one time and 175yds the next time. You can imagine how fun that was...

If your 7i swing speed is about the same, maybe give the X a try as long as the heft doesn't bother you too much. I found it tightened up my dispersion a lot and created more consistency with my ball flight over a stiff shaft. 

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Can't wait until my T300s come.

Watched a review of Max Homa absolutely crushing a T300 7 iron, but still not quite as far as @Chip Strokes

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Titleist had a fitting day last week with the new irons. They had 5 of their master fitters and a couple of Titleist big wigs. It was a cool experience but I will be keeping my current irons - Callaway Epic Forged. I really tried to love the Titleists - and yes, they do look fantastic in person - but the performance was not even close to my current set. 

I’ve also been to TPI and it is completely worth doing for the health and fitness aspects. I found their fitting to be middle of the road and not even close to my fitter - https://ddcustomgolf.com

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