Titleist T200 Iron Set
The new Titleist T200 Iron Set is a product of thorough research and development, taking the best attributes from its previous generation and shrinking it down into a compact, Tour-ready profile. Each element of the multi-material construction is engineered to create enhanced feel in a powerful iron. The refined T200 features improved acoustics, precision distance control and Max Impact technology in a player preferred shape.
Players Look and Feel The T200 series of irons features the largest shift in aesthetics throughout its evolution. The new iteration features a sleeker shape, shorter blade length and thin topline. The same minimal offset from the T100 and T100S were brought over for a more seamless blend throughout the clubhead. The engineered muscle plate offers improved acoustics for a crisper, more satisfying sound and feel at impact.
D18 Tungsten Weighting Using denser D18 tungsten weights and a 2000°F brazing process normally used in aerospace engineering, Titleist was able to be even more precise with CG placement. This allows long irons to have hotter launching while the scoring irons are more accurate and forgiving.
Packed with Power The multi-material hollow body of the T200 features Max Impact technology with an enhanced polymer core that improves both off center speed and mass efficiency at impact. Combined with the forged L-Face inserts, the T200 play fast, feel solid, and help with longer, more consistent distance.
Performance Tuned The engineered Muscle Plate sealing the back of the clubhead features a structure and composition to help tune sound and vibrations while allowing the weight to be precisely placed for a more efficient CG location.
Model: 2021 Titleist T200 iron Set
Stock Shafts: True Temper AMT Black / True Temper Dynamic Gold 100 / Mitsubishi Tensei AV Blue AM2
Stock Grip: Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 White Flat Cap
Titleist is an American brand name of golf equipment and apparel products produced by the Acushnet subsidiary, which is headquartered in Fairhaven, Massachusetts, United States. It was founded in 1932 by Philip E. Young, and is a subsidiary of the Acushnet Company.