Zurich Classic of New Orleans

TPC Louisiana


Hot List

Titleist

T200

Gold

Our Review:

Whether you’re an aspiring tour pro or just trying to break 90, Titleist has provided irons for each in recent years. The T200 iron straddles the line between those extremes. It has an appearance that appeals to better players and performance features average golfers will love. The T200 is without question technologically ambitious. A forged, high-strength steel L-face wraps around a portion of the sole to create more rebound. To assist off-center hits and to create more air under shots, an average of 90 grams of tungsten is placed in the heel and toe of the middle and long irons. However, collaboration between Titleist’s club R&D team and its ball R&D team led to the technological hero of this iron. A spherical structure called “Max Impact,” a lightweight silicone polymer that is positioned directly behind the face’s impact area, allows for a super-thin face. Furthermore, the support improves the way the face gives across a broader area, allowing for more consistency from shot to shot. For those seeking a more rebellious look, the company offers the irons in clubheads with a high-polish black PVD finish with black shafts and grips, too, that give you a 1-up advantage at the bag drop. Read more >>

Price: $175/per iron
All products featured on Golf Digest are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.
Prev Club
Next Club
Ratings
  • 5 1
    performance

    45%*

  • 5 1
    innovation

    30%*

  • 4.5 1
    Look / Sound / Feel

    20%*

  • 4.5 1
    demand

    5%*

* Percentage of total score

Player Comments
  • low

    A rising ball flight delivers consistent results with the bonus of pin-holding backspin. Elegant look, too.

  • mid

    Sleek, classy, stylish. A crisp feel on good shots and not harsh at all on the mis-hits.

  • mid

    The ability to control the trajectory of the short irons is first-rate. Can produce a piercing, boring ball flight when you want to.

Club Specs

Lofts

7-iron: 30 degrees; PW: 43 degrees

Club Specs

3 Reasons Why You Need New Irons

If you’re thinking of re-gripping your irons for the fourth time, it’s time for new irons, here's why.