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 results

Before we headed out on the course we went into the Titleist fitting centre to get some data on Trackman. I tested the whole range with the Aerotech Steelfiber i95 stiff shaft.

You can see in the data I was most accurate with the MB and CBs. I did however lose some smash factor ultimately leading to reduced distance compared to my AP2 irons which I did expect due to the nature of the clubs. They are designed for precision shotmaking not to help you gain distance.

The feel off the face was excellent and I felt like I could really control my shot shape and trajectory with both these clubs. Visually at address these clubs look identical which is ideal for players who would be looking at a combo set.

Have a flick through the gallery to see my numbers…

You can clearly see as I move from the 620 MB’s through the irons across to the T300’s I incrementally gained yardage as I moved from club to club. In fact the T300 travelled 14.9 yards further than the 620 MB’s.

Although the lofts on the T-series are stronger than in the 620 series I was still getting good launch angles and height on my shots. This is really important as there is no point hitting the ball further if you can’t get the ball to stop on a green. I found with all of these I could easily hold the green once I had dialled in my distances and was hitting into them from the correct yardage.

New Titleist irons: T-Series and 620 Series – NCG Verdict

Overall my preference would be towards the T100 irons, they still look like a players iron over the ball and I love the reduced offset and cambering on the sole of the club.

For me they deliver that extra ball speed and forgiveness that I wasn’t getting in the 620 series meaning I don’t lose out on distance with my miss-strikes.

New Titleist irons

Compared to the rest of the T-Series I felt the ball speed was more controlled and the yardages fit into my wedge and wood gapping. I don’t feel there is much point me hitting my irons further if it leaves a big gap between my pitching wedge and my gap wedge so club gapping is key.

Personally I’m not really looking for lots of extra distance I’m much more interested in controlling my start line and dispersion which I felt I could do with the T100’s.

However when moving into a 4-iron I felt I needed some added forgiveness so for this the T200 model was perfect. The slightly wider sole also gave me more confidence I would get a good strike on these long iron shots.

The details:

Available: August 30, 2019 (Fittings from August 8)

RRP: 620 CB & MB/T100/T200: £160 per iron (steel)/£185 per iron (graphite); T300: £125 per iron (steel)/£150 (graphite)

Shaft options:

620 MB:

Steel: True Temper Project X | Low launch, low spin | 120g

Graphite: Mitsubishi MCA Tensei White AM2 | Low launch, low spin | 94-108g (2g per club)

620 CB:

Steel: True Temper Project X LZ | Mid launch, low spin | 120g

Graphite: Mitsubishi MCA Tensei White AM2 | Low launch, low spin | 94-108g (2g per club)

T100:

Steel: True Temper AMT Tour White | Low launch, low spin | 106-130g (3g per club)

Graphite: Mitsubishi MCA Tensei White AM2 | Low launch, low spin | 94-108g (2g per club)

T200:

Steel: True Temper AMT Black | Mid launch, mid spin | 95-116g (3g per club)

Graphite: Mitsubishi MCA Tensei Blue AM2 | Mid launch, mid spin | 74-88g (2g per club)

T300:

Steel: True Temper AMT Red| Low launch, low spin | 95-107g (3g per club)

Graphite: Mitsubishi MCA Tensei Red AM2 | Low launch, low spin | 54-68g (2g per club)

In addition, Titleist offers a number of custom shaft choices, many at no upcharge.

More information: Titleist website