Titleist’s 718 iron line-up offers six models engineered to meet the performance requirements of players at every level of the game. Improved versions of the AP1, AP2, T-MB, CB and MB are joined by an all-new model in the AP3, hailed as the longest, fastest Titleist player’s iron ever.
“Golfers trust Titleist to design and manufacture the premier irons in the game and not make any sacrifices,” said Josh Talge, Titleist’s vice president of marketing for golf clubs. “Our R&D team is relentless when it comes to improving iron performance and engineering new technologies into head profiles that look, sound and feel great. The invention of AP3, which combines the distance and forgiveness of our best-selling, game-improvement AP1 iron with the look and feel of our tour-favorite AP2, is a significant advancement that will help a wide range of golfers, and further illustrates why more of the world’s best players have Titleist irons in their bags.”
Following their debut on the PGA Tour in late June, Titleist 718 irons are now being played by hundreds of professionals worldwide. Justin Thomas won the PGA Championship playing a new set of 718 MB irons, while Jordan Spieth used a 718 T-MB 3-iron to hit his now legendary recovery shot on Royal Birkdale’s 13th hole en route to winning The Open.
From September 14, golfers can experience the performance of the 718 irons at Titleist Fitting & Trial events. To find an event or book a 718 iron fitting, visit www.titleist.com.my/golf-clubs/experience