Titleist have launched their 620 Series and T-Series irons. So what's new? Equipment editor Hannah Holden has tested them all
New Titleist irons: T-Series and 620 Series first impressions
The new simplified 620 MBs are immaculate and look unbelievable behind the ball. It’s one of those moments when you pray you’ll be fitted into a blade even though you know deep down you’re not a good enough ball striker for them.
But it’s not just the blades catching my eye, every iron in this range looks spectacular, I couldn’t wait to give them a hit.
New Titleist irons: T-Series and 620 Series technology
620 MB: A modern muscle back iron designed for precision shotmaking, it delivers maximum shot and trajectory control. The clean brushed chrome finish has been simplified to feature only one graphic – Titleist.
They feature reduced offset, tour preferred sole and progressive blade lengths. It is made using one-piece forging from 1025 carbon steel for the purest feel at impact.
620 CB: The clubs have been reshaped with thinner top-lines, reduced offset and a tour preferred sole for improved feel through the turf.
The 3- and 4-iron feature co-forged high-density tungsten to deliver maximum ball speeds and forgiveness to increase consistency of play with the long irons.
T100: The T100 is designed to be a players’ iron. It features a thinner, more responsive face for faster ball speeds across the whole club-face. Titleist have worked with tour players on redefining the sole shape. It has a thinner topline, less offset and enhanced camber for better turf interaction.
The set features progressive set design so blade lengths, sole widths and hosel lengths are optimal for each club in your bag.
T200: This is a players distance iron featuring Max Impact Technology for maximum speed and distance control across the forged SUP-10 L-Face insert. It features high-density tungsten for a low centre of gravity creating higher launch with stopping power.
T300: The ultimate players improvement iron also features max impact technology. It features a mid-sized, fast cavity-back design for maximum distance and forgiveness.
All clubs are available in steel or graphite shafts – shaft options are available at the bottom of this article.
Anyway that’s enough on the tech, find out how I got on with the new Titleist irons on the next page…