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Titleist Vokey SM4 Black Nickel Wedge

Sunday, November 20th, 2011

Titleist’s new Vokey Design SM4 wedges set to launch next week feature a similar shape to the previous version however they do feature a few modern improvements.  First off,  the toe is squarer which makes the top appear thinner at address and improves the overall look of the wedge. Besides this slight aesthetic change, the grooves of the SM4 wedges have been re-engineered and the scoreline space has been tightened up with the addition of more grooves.  Unlike any other cast wedge on the market, the impact area of the Vokey SM4 wedges have been heat treated for improved durability.  Once again, these Vokeys are offered in three distinct finishes and we have found the black nickel to be the most popular in terms of performance, looks, and durability.  The Vokey SM4 Black Nickel wedges are offered in a wide variety of loft and grind options that have been perfected on the professional tours over the last ten years.

Titleist AP2 712 Iron Set

Sunday, November 6th, 2011

Titleist’s new AP2 712 Iron Set is one of the most anticipated club launches for 2012.  They were an immediate hit on all professional tours and were put in play by almost all Titleist staff players including Adam Scott, Nick Watney, Webb Simpson, and Bill Hass.  The AP2 712 is a high performance player’s cavity back and when compared to the previous AP2 710, the 712 stays true to the design mission of “Advanced Performance with Feel”  however the 712 is much cleaner in appearance and more forgiving than its predecessor.  Sleeker contours and a squarer toe makes the top line look thinner at address and the narrower sole width helps the club glide through the turf much faster.  The biggest improvement over the previous AP2 models is how forgiving the 712 is despite the reduction in size.  This is made possible by two large tungsten weights placed in the heel and toe of the club in the hollow cavity located on the sole of the club.  This greater distribution of mass to the perimeter of the club raises the MOI without changing the center of gravity location of the blade length of the club.  The higher MOI also provides greater ball speeds across the entire hitting surface for improved distance control.  The AP2 712 irons come equipped with True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts however a wide variety of options are available through Titleist’s custom department.

Titleist AP2 710 Irons

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

The Titleist AP1 irons have been slightly re-worked for 2010.  The new AP1 710 still has the same classic lines and performance of the previous model however Titleist felt they could improve on the sound, feel, stability and forgiveness. (more…)

Titleist AP2 710 Irons

Thursday, October 15th, 2009

The Titleist AP2 irons have been slightly re-worked for 2010.  The new AP2 710 still has the same classic lines and performance of the previous model however Titleist felt they could improve on the sound, feel, and turf interaction. (more…)