Titleist T150 irons have been launched as one of four models in the new T-Series launched for 2023. How good are the new arrivals?
Titleist unveiled the new irons before putting them through a validation process, and the final product has now been settled on with the T150 irons a replacement for the T100S irons first brought out in 2019.
What take a look at the new design, how they differ from the other models, what performance gains you can expect and tell you all about the T150s.
What Titleist says about the new T150 irons:
“Inspired by the player’s performance and feel of T100 but forged into a more confidence-inducing shape, T150 is a modern Tour iron with dialed-up speed for players seeking a little more distance.
“Engineered to provide added speed, the refined Muscle Channel in T150 sits close to the face to create a more solid feel. A new precision CNC face milling process eliminates imperfections in the surface for more precise contact and control, all driving towards more consistent play.
“Based on player feedback, T150 presents an optimized topline that inspires confidence over the ball.
“The slightly larger shape provides just the right amount of forgiveness, while still maintaining a compact, Tour-inspired look. Everything sets up for winning iron play.
“Working with Tour Pros and the grind experts at Vokey Design, our engineers were able to further improve our Variable Bounce Sole by softening the trailing edge to allow the club to flow faster through the turf, even after contact. Developed for T100, it brings a Tour touch to T150.
“By utilizing dense D18 tungsten and a 2000º aerospace brazing process, Titleist engineers can eliminate weld points and be more precise with CG placement. You get outstanding MOI and launch dynamics from a solid, fully forged design.”
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Titleist T150 Irons Specs & Verdict
The T150 are very similar in design to both the first version of the T100s and the new model launched for 2023.
This is an iron aimed at tour-level and elite standard players looking for blade options but a little more of the forgiveness of a cavity back irons.
To achieve that Titleist have opted for a large clubhead shape to the T150 vs T100, but it remains a compact options with tour-quality performance levels.
The T150 has retained the tungsten muscle mass that was a feature of the T100S irons, but the refined “Muscle Channel” is now positioned closer to the face for a more solid feel.
The irons are once again dual-cavity forged in construction using a dense D18 tungsten and a 2000 degrees aerospace brazing process for the best feel yet.
They also feature a new precision CNC face milling process for better ball striking and feel and improves consistency even on off-center hits.
The Variable Bounce Sole design has been softened and smoothed along the trailing edge for better turf interaction from all types of lies.
The T150 irons have stronger lofts than the T100s and are available in 3-iron (19 degrees) to Utility Wedge (48 degrees).
Verdict: Are the new Titleist T150 irons any good?
On first glances, the T150 irons are very similar to the new T100 model and that is not surprising given they replace the old T100S model.
They are compact blades with a thin topline and won’t suit all golfers, but the key design element is a slightly larger profile for more confidence and forgiveness compared to the T100 irons.
With stronger lofts, a more firmer feel off the face and repositioned muscle mass, you can expect long distances with the T150s in your back.
What is the Titleist T150 irons release date?
They were first revealed in May 2023 and are on sale from August 2023.
How much do Titleist T150 irons cost?
The price of the T150s are $200 per iron.
What are the Titleist T150 irons specs?
The T150 irons are available in 3-iron (19 degrees) to Utility Wedge (48 degrees).
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