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You can expect the ultimate performance from the new range of Titleist T-Series irons.

Like most golfers, I’m always on the lookout for equipment that can improve my game and take it to the next level, so I was excited when I was invited down to the Titleist Performance Centre at Woburn to get fitted into and test the latest T-Series irons.

Titleist’s fitting philosophy is based on distance control, dispersion control, and descent angle so I was intrigued to see how each model would work for me and – more importantly – you.

• Everything you need to know about the Titleist T-Series range

My first impressions of the next-generation T-Series range is that they look fantastic. But what else did you expect from a Titleist iron? It helps that they all feature a Vokey-designed leading edge, which not only improves aesthetics, but turf interaction too.

I tested out all four new models in the T-Series range, as well as the utility iron. Here’s what I found…

Titleist T100 irons review

Being the most played iron model on the PGA Tour, the T100 had already earned a reputation for precision control and unparalleled feel. And the new T100 takes it to the next level with superb looks and a refined, forged dual-cavity construction.

On my first swing, I picked up on the solid feel of the club. You can see the consistency, which is a result of the new precision CNC face milling process, giving you optimal control with every shot.

Titleist T150 irons review

The T150 is designed for players like myself who seek the precision and feel of T100 but with added speed, distance, and forgiveness.

With lofts two degrees stronger than the T100, the T150 gave me more confidence at address with its player-preferred look. The refined Muscle Channel near the face enhances the solid feel upon impact, while the dual-taper forged face unleashes tremendous speed across the hitting surface.

What I love about this is it has an AP2 feel terms of the shape, as well as being brilliant on the eye and fantastic through the air. Along with the forgiveness in this iron, it’s a real hit.

Titleist T200 irons review

I’ve always been intrigued by players’ distance irons, and the T200 lived up to the hype. It gave me more distance and forgiveness and brilliant feel, and the new re-designed internal structure and stiffer chassis delivers a more solid feel on every shot.

The refined Max Impact Technology and dual taper forged face design produces explosive speed and consistency, making it easier to hit the green especially from distance.

The T200 exceeded my expectations with its and it is also a superb utility iron option with a high launch and low spin.

Titleist T350 irons review

These irons deliver high launch, exceptional distance and forgiveness, so you struggle to get the ball in the air and generally need something a bit more forgiving across the face the T350 is the perfect model for you.

The all-new hollow-body construction, inspired by the T200, aids with speed and forgiveness, resulting in better results across the bag. The advanced tech in this game improvement iron is superb and it versatile forgiving and is a great option for your mid to high handicapper. 

Titleist’s best game improver to date.

Titleist U505 irons review

I play a utility iron off the tee a lot and this is one of the easiest and most forgiving I’ve ever hit. It has superb launch and speed, which is down to versatile design and improved feel, ensuring forgiveness and adaptability. 

The U505 has a clean design that fills you with confidence at address combined with Max Impact Technology and muscle plate dampening, it feels amazing off the centre of the face. 

The re-engineered chassis and lower CG maintains great speed and stability across the entire face, elevating off-centre accuracy. The single taper face hones dispersion and distance control for more precise shots. With Vokey Design experts, the Variable Bounce Sole and softened trailing edge ensure seamless turf interaction, giving you scoring iron refinement to your longest clubs. 

• How much do the new T-Series irons cost?

Want more?

You can watch my full review of the Titleist T-Series irons on the bunkered YouTube channel.

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James Tait is bunkered’s Gear Editor. Want to know how the latest Callaway driver, Vokey wedge or Scotty Cameron putter performs? He’s the guy to ask. Better yet, just watch his videos on the bunkered YouTube channel. One of the biggest hitters in the UK, James also competes on the World Long Drive circuit and is a descendent of former Amateur champion Freddie Tait.

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