Titleist AP2 714 Irons provide some margin for error for accomplished players
Unveiled recently to Tour Pros at Congressional Country Club, the highly awaited and anxiously anticipated Titleist 714 AP2 irons are now being released outside the pro circuit. Completely updated, the new 714 AP2 irons are loaded with new elements and substantial design updates that dramatically enhance the clubs' flight, feel and forgiveness.
The new co-forged 714 AP2 irons feature a constant blade length throughout the set. Unlike the 714 AP1 irons that feature longer blade lengths in the lower-lofted clubs, each of the 714 AP2 irons has the same length from heel to toe. "Because we don't have the blade length or the size of the AP1, we have to get even more creative to make the AP2 more forgiving," said Chris McGinley, Titleist's vice president of marketing.
To meet that creativity, Titleist designed the new 714 AP2 long irons (3-5) with faces that are 25 percent thinner than their predecessors, along with a dual-cavity design. Within the encased lower cavity of the 714 AP2, Titleist positioned a high-density tungsten weight.