Best Game-Improvement Irons | Value Of Buying Used Irons | PING G400, TaylorMade M2, Titleist AP1

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At 2nd Swing, we know golfers are always looking for the best game-improvement irons. And we know that many golfers prefer not to spend top dollar for a brand new model, which is why we offer the largest selection of used golf clubs in the golf industry.

In this video, 2nd Swing master fitters Thomas Campbell and Jackie Johnson compare three of 2nd Swing's best game-improvement irons (used) in terms of customer popularity: the PING G400, the TaylorMade M2, and the Titleist AP1.

0:00 Intro
2:11 PING G400 Testing
4:36 TaylorMade M2 Testing
6:44 Titleist AP1 Testing
7:22 Data & Conclusions

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Shop Titleist AP1 irons:,ClubModel:712-ap1,ClubModel:714-ap1,ClubModel:716-ap1,ClubModel:718-ap1,

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Richard Reed says:

I saw G400 and immediately clicked on the video. I bought a used set 2 years ago and absolutely love the forgiveness they give me.

STS Golf says:

Great video guys! i always buy 2/3 years old

Mj says:

Would you guys do a episode on shafts for game improvement irons and how the kick point affects ball flight

Eddy Edwards says:

I wish you guys were in the UK.

SportingFan#7 says:

Having owned all three of these, the ping g400 are still in my bag. Absolutely love the forgiveness and feel they provide as a game improvement iron

Troy Hake says:

Jackie is a good addition to your videos. Her swing speed is probably closer to most of ours than Thomas’s. It’s fun watching Thomas blast driver 300 yards, but that’s not realistic for most of us. Keep the videos coming.

Billy Guilbert says:

I bought the 718 ap1 new and they are great I’ve tried newer irons but found no improvement

IamNexu says:

I just sold my G400 irons to buy the G425's. A lot of mid 70's to low 80's rounds on those G400's, I think they are great for anyone that wants to hit the ball high and straight.

Mike B says:

I bought some demo Cobra F7 irons at the beginning of 2018, most of the clubs were like new and they only cost me $150.

Dons mnc says:

Distance is king, but with irons control, and accuracy is paramount to better scoring, straighter (and solid) is always better period!

Steven Hughes says:

That’s the first time I ever heard Titleist described as budget value irons.

Redsocksphan says:

Excellent video! I just started playing this year and played with some old Forged Cleveland blades. I really like them, but feel like I need some more distance ( 9 iron was only going 100 yards ). So I ended up buying some Callaway X Hot 2s a month ago. I haven’t hit them yet, but they should help from what I’ve seen and read on them. If anything they might be a little over kill?. But I can’t wait for this VT winter to finish up and get back out there! Thanks for all the great content and advice 2nd swing!

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