The Longest 6 Iron EVER!!…This is WAY TOO LONG?! | Titleist T400 Irons

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Titleist takes centre stage once again, with the New Titleist T400 Irons. Built for pure distance, these Super Distance Irons are designed to propel the golf ball at greater speeds with a high launch angle.

Alex Etches reviews the Titleist T400 irons to see how they perform in the curved net studio at GolfBox Joondalup.

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Hey Guys, I’m Alex Etches and I’m a golf professional and product reviewer. If you don’t know me, I started playing golf from 10 years old, turned professional at 22 in the UK, and have been creating entertaining and informative golf content on different platforms for the last 10 years. My home is now AUSTRALIA and I hope to take you around some of the best golf courses from down under.

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Lol…for those that are complaining about a huge gap at the bottom of the set ,due to lofts. I don't think clubs like these are aimed at Alex or guys with 100mph plus swing speed with a 6 iron?

James Johnson says:

T2T: T300 vs T400

Andrew Baird says:

And what is MrEtches handicap, ?, probably 7 .

Bad Muppet says:

Don’t see the point of these super lofted clubs. It’s getting to a point where you will need four 7 irons in your bag in order to be able to gap them. Who are these companies trying to fool with their loftings and where will it end. At this rate they will have a driver with a 7 iron marking on it ?

Matty says:

T2T … you're a funny bastard. Love these reviews. Great for a friday arvo with a beer.

James W says:

“Wondering how far it’s going to go” is the quality I’m looking for in an iron ?

Zack Newman says:

YOU WERE WAILING AT THOSE! We normally have about the same club head speed, but 113 for a 6 iron? That's nuts.

Patrick Lengel says:

Titleisty T2T

John Herman says:

Okay Alexis You loved the mizuno clubs last week. Manufactures playing with degree of loft six months from now titelist will have new irons coming out that will be better. So find some instruments that you like and play them. Technology is wonderful but it costs you. Peace out brother!

Austin Ryan says:

My 6 iron is only 31

Vishal Patel says:

…. that 6 iron is my 3 iron… ?

Kai P. Rinha says:

Love the vid. but why on earth does it matter if its a 6 iron or not… its 23 degrees… 260 makes a lot of sense with that swing speed. You could call it a utility iron and we have no video. But we don't want that. We want AL to have fun!!!

eddie brown says:

This guys videos are pointless….yes, he can kill a golf ball. How does that help the thousands that watch that can't. For the most part he makes these videos just to show himself off, not to help anyone else with instruction, or information to help someone improve.

SvingIt says:

The should replace the number with the deg on clubs. Because a 23 6 iron ins not a 6 iron. It's a a 3/4 iron.

Dashger HG says:

Most annoying review ever

Bryan Kay says:

#T2T T400 vs Callaway Epic Forged

Andrew minton-cudworth says:

What about shaft length


T300 V T400 T2T please Alex! Especially on course testing, not studio Trackman….

Campbell says:

T2T please!

Matt Thomas says:

The PW is 38*. That's crazy. If you want to cover your gaps properly you may need to carry 5 wedges in total.(PW, 44/45*, 50-52*, 54-56*, 60*) I guess it could be feasible if you hit the 5 iron long and good enough that you can cover the gap between your 3W and 5I with just one club.

Driver, 3W, 5w/4H, 5-9I, 5 wedges and a putter puts you at 14 clubs. So I guess it's feasible but you could be sacrificing alot of potential gapping problems to chase the extra distance. Could be worth it for the right player that really needs help with distance but I think unfortunately many of the people that buy these aren't necessarily that "right player" but instead people that just want to stroke their egos and "out iron" their friends when in reality they would've been better served with weaker lofts.

Alexander Alexander Watson says:

Bullshit its just a three or four iron with a six on it its actually ridiculous and how anyone falls for this is a moron

John Deaton says:

I have a 3 hybrid in my bag that's 23 degrees…

Joseph Rye says:

Great video Al. I'm usually not a big loft guy, a number one the bottom is a reference for you for what club for which distance. However, every once in awhile the "that's not a X iron that's a Z iron!" Thought pops into my head, that was happening at the end and your "who cares?!" put it in perspective again. The fact is even though these are strong lofted, they have the flight and they are stopping.

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