Farmers Insurance Open

Torrey Pines (South and North)




Our Review:

Titleist’s iron line over the years has evolved from appealing strictly to better golfers to expanding to other player types. Still, the super-game-improvement-iron shopper had been shut out until now. Building off its experience creating a similar club for the Asian market and its expertise in strong-lofted, high-launching utility irons, Titleist embarked on making a full set for those who need help generating ball speed. The outcome is an iron with a wide, hollowbody construction designed to maximize forgiveness on mis-hits. To assist in that endeavor, loads of high-density tungsten (up to 100 grams in some irons) are used to not only enhance forgiveness but produce a low center of gravity to foster launch. An extremely thin L-face insert in the 5- through 7-irons offers extra yards in those clubs. Of course, golfers who tend to swing slower benefit from every gram saved, making the 43-gram Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 Lite+ grip (seven grams lighter than the regular Tour Velvet 360) a smart choice. Also new is the set configuration and lofts: Players in this category often use hybrids instead of long irons, so the T400 starts at the 5-iron. The pitching wedge is a super-strong 38 degrees. Read more >>

Price: $185/per iron
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Player Comments
  • high

    Absolutely pured the ball. The weight is comfortable to swing, and the slim top is easy to look at.

  • high

    Long and straight and workable if needed. The smooth shine of silver makes you do a double-take as it looks like it could be a blade.

  • high

    Very pure sounding and a strong feel to it. Strong flight and forgiving on off-center strikes.

Club Specs


7-iron: 26 degrees; PW: 38 degrees

Club Specs

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