Titleist U-Series Testing: U-500 vs. U-510

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Brand new from Titleist are its U-Series utility irons, with two unique options available for players to choose from. Both models offer impressive ball speeds and ample forgiveness, the latter coming courtesy of more than 90 grams of tungsten that has been utilized in each design. The U-500 has the more traditional iron look of the two models and was designed for shot-making, while the U-510 features a larger profile and wider sole that was created to promote exceptional launch. To see how these two utility irons performed and how they differed in terms of look, sound, and feel, 2nd Swing master fitter Thomas Campbell and staff writer Drew Mahowald conducted Trackman testing with each. If you’re looking at adding one of these clubs to your bag, this video could provide some valuable insight to help you make the right choice. You can also find more information about the new Titleist U-500 and U-510 utility irons at https://www.2ndswing.com/t-new-titleist-golf-clubs.aspx. Additionally, to see more YouTube videos from 2nd Swing and to subscribe to our YouTube channel, visit https://www.youtube.com/user/2ndSwing1/videos.


Darren Miller says:

Don’t suppose you’ve tried stronger lifts in these clubs..? I sometimes struggle with my woods and was thinking about a 2 iron U510 for off the tee

Martin says:

you are swinging way too hard for your skill level, if you swung a bit slower you would control it more,..you are just throwing yourself at it…not good to watch

Raymond Poublon says:

Had the same experience …..U510 so loud on the driving range (I felt uncomfortable with the other people there)….U510 was heigher and a lot of distance but the sound? also U500 had a lot of straight bullets ??

Curt Wilson says:

Wow, that group of shots with the U500 was some kind of impressive. I wish I could hit a 3 iron like that. Must be nice!

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