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Badge Of Honour: Titleist T300 Irons Review

Golf Equipment test and review: Titliest T300 Irons review

 

Golf Club Tested

Club: Titleist T300 Irons
Shaft:
True Temper AMT Red
Flex: Regular R300

Set: 4-Pw

Golf Equipment test and review: Titliest T300 Irons review

Golf Equipment test and review: Titliest T300 Irons review

Golf Equipment test and review: Titliest T300 Irons review

Golf Equipment test and review: Titliest T300 Irons review

Golf Equipment test and review: Titliest T300 Irons review


Technology:

The new T300 irons utilise an updated Max Impact technology that increases speed across the new High COR variable face thickness (VFT) design, that is thinner towards the heel in the long and mid irons to improve performance at what is traditionally one of the least effective strike points. Titleist’s forgiving mid-sized cavity-back designed iron includes a 40 per cent increase in tungsten which helps improve the clubs’ CG for optimal launch, spin and increased MOI.

The high-density tungsten (D18) weights are used in the heel and toe of the 4-7 irons for greater mass efficiency. Titleist engineers were able to add 40 per cent more tungsten than was in the previous generation of the T300 irons through a brazing process applied from aerospace construction. This all helps give the irons a solid feel, optimal balance, distance and forgiveness.

Behind the T300 badge is the Max Impact 2.0, which is a Cantilever Core Support Structure, that features a new high-resilience polymer core, helping the club to achieve its maximum speed and distance. The size and shape of the T300 irons are designed to give higher handicapped golfers more confidence, while the new chrome-plated finish still gives it that premium look.


Conclusion:

The T300 irons are aimed at the golfer who wants high launch, long distance and forgiveness. After testing these over four courses in Cornwall and Surrey I can say the Titleist T300 certainly give you all of that – although the high launch into 45mph winds at St Enodoc GC maybe wasn’t useful. But on the positive side, going downwind you could certainly let that baby ride. I’ll certainly take drive 6-iron into the 560-yard, par 5 16th!

I normally play bladed irons and when you get to game improvement irons you normally give up looks, feel and the sound of a solid strike at impact. What I liked about the T300 irons I didn’t really have to give up to much of those things, the irons look great,

I liked the feel and sound at impact, but most of all I loved the distance, forgiveness and the ball flight they offered. It may be a high launch but it’s not a floppy flight and is more of a penetrating ball flight that comes down from a nice height, helping to stop the ball quickly on the green.



Golf Equipment test and review: Titliest T300 Irons review

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