One BIG problem with these Titleist T100s Irons

The Titleist T100s irons are reviewed by Alex Etches.

Having previously featured the Titleist T100 irons on the channel, AL wanted to try out the new Titleist T100s irons to see what’s different about them.

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22 thoughts on “One BIG problem with these Titleist T100s Irons

  1. So a guy who can hit a 6 iron 220yards is not playing T100’s because they are not long enough? That may be the dumbest comment I’ve heard in a long time ?‍♂️

  2. They just seem a bit pointless to me the pw is 44 degrees so you have to play an extra wedge. the only advantage you get is telling your mates you hit a 7 rather than a 6

  3. Just bought these and so far I'm very please but still getting used to the distances. The set came with a 44 and 48 degree wedge…kinda odd I thought but I've found a use for both already.

  4. The best irons in the world that enable you to have the best shot shaping and distance control and accuracy are generally the more expensive and difficult Titleist/Mizuno type of irons. But it also means that you many times loose a lot of distance compared to these big and chunky and forgiving irons from for example Cobra and Callaway. I can hit my old x14 callaway pro irons which are like 10 years old, longer than any of these skinny Titleist irons. Like 20 yards per club. But I cannot get anywhere near the same accuracy and distance control. Forgiving irons that are long, just fires the ball in a general direction which is really annoying. You can't get the best of both worlds it's either or.

  5. “T2T” . I tried t100 next to jpx 919 forget and t100 felt better but 9 yards shorter. If t100s will give me that distance , is a no brainer. Love your videos and your humor . ?

  6. I was VERY disappointed with the release date of these irons. I didn't like the t-200 enough and the t-100 didn't perform much better than my 714 ap2. I chose the Mizuno mp20 mmc which are plenty nice, but I would give anything to have had the T100s. I guess I'll have to wait a few years for the next set 🙁

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