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Titleist

T100S

What it does: Already boasting the T200 model in the players-distance category, Titleist knew that although the extra metres were welcomed by many, a segment of players wanted that distance gain in a slightly more player-ish package – and not just by loft-jacking. The forged dual-cavity design T100S is a reimagining of the T100. Yes, the lofts are stronger by 2 degrees, but each iron in the set was redesigned with a thinner face. A hefty amount of tungsten (an average of 66 grams) is located in the heel and toe areas of the long and middle irons to improve forgiveness and foster a higher launch. Also, an enhanced sole camber improves turf interaction.  

Why we like it: This is a T200 in a T100 shape with progressive blade lengths, sole widths and hosel lengths delivering the optimal centre of gravity for each club. Although this iron might not appeal to all who shop in this category, younger golfers in particular have played stronger-lofted clubs most of their lives and are loath to give up those metres. Much of Titleist’s iron business results in custom specs, but the stock shaft – True Temper’s Project X LZ – is geared to the target player with its mid launch, mid-spin characteristics.

7-iron loft 32 degrees pw loft 44 degrees

Reviewer profile

“Gosh – so good. A compact players look with power to spare. Ploughed through the ground with speed. No resistance.”

– Player comment

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