Titleist T100 irons were released in 2019 as one of three new products from the leading manufacturer.
The T100 irons were first seen during US Open week at Pebble Beach as PGA Tour stars put the new product through its paces.
What Titleist say about the T100 irons…
“Forged to suit the player’s eye. T100 inspires daring, imaginative play with precise distance, Tour-level shaping and signature Titleist feel. Designed to help the best players score lower.
“T-Series is a power-packed line up of performance. But all that innovation goes in for only one reason – to help Titleist players put lower numbers on their card.
“T100 irons utilise high quality, high-density tungsten in the heel and toe of the mid to long irons to control CG and create the perfect progression. The co-forging process fuses the tungsten inside the head to produce the most stable, solid feel possible.
“During testing, our Tour Pros were blown away by how fast and clean the T100 moves through the turf. With more camber and an improved, blended pre-wear design the T100 sole is the perfect example of how Titleist elicits better performance from every detail.”
Titleist T100 Irons Design
The T100 irons are a muscleback design, with the blade have a chamber which could have added weights similar to those used in the 3-7 irons of the Titleist 718 AP2s.
They are being aimed at elite players and tour-level performers with the much more forgiving T200 and T300s the better options for handicap golfers.
The T100 irons are constructed from a high-density tungsten, in the heel and toe of the long irons to ensure the CG is controlled to produce a solid feel.
The design has been improved with an improved sole compared to the 718s to produce a faster, cleaner ball strike than before.
The T100s are available in both steel and graphite shaft options from 3 iron to PW.
Titleist T100 Irons Verdict
The professionals involved in the validation process of the T100 irons reported back nothing but praise for the new Titleist irons.
That shows just how impressive they are, and the T100s really are a thing of beauty.
You will need to be a low-handicap golfer or elite playing benefit from the high-density blades. If you are, the T100s will be a game-improver that is worth the significant spend.