The Verdict: Titleist continues to take its classic designs and make them more versatile. In the case of the AP1, that means moving to hollow construction in the 4- and 5-irons (based in part on what it learned from its C16 concept irons) to boost speed in those clubs and maintain the company's standard for feel. The rest of the set features irons with thin faces and 360-degree undercut cavities. Throughout the long and middle irons, high-density tungsten weights are used in the toe sections to provide the highest forgiveness of any 718 iron.
Loft: 7-iron: 30 degrees; PW: 43 degrees
Street Price: Set of eight: $1,000
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