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Titleist CNCPT-CP 01

The Verdict: Don’t let the sleek exterior fool you. This is more than enough golf club to keep up with your buddies. A high-strength steel face insert provides plenty of zip at impact, aided by an interior channel that acts as a slot around the entire face. Not to be overlooked is the revised V-shape sole, which features a higher bounce angle toward the leading edge that tapers to less bounce on the trailing edge—good for those with a steeper angle of attack. Read more >>
Loft: 7-iron: 31 degrees; PW: 44 degrees
Street Price: $143 (per iron)
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    Look / Sound / Feel
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Player Comments
  • high
    The sole grind powers through the ball aggressively. Could hit climbing draws with long and middle irons.
  • low
    It happens every year. You hit stuff that doesn’t look like much, but then it has just the cleanest feel off the face.
  • mid
    I missed the center by more than an inch and still got the same distance, which is remarkable in this category.