The latest-generation T-Series irons from Titleist feature new materials, processes and refinements. With four models in the line they offer options for a wide range of players.
There’s the T100, which is made for better players looking for maximum control and feel. These were created with feedback from Jordan Spieth, Will Zalatoris and Jessica Korda, among other tour professionals, and boast soles with less bounce in the heel and more in the toe for better turf interaction and feel, as well as weight that employs a denser version of tungsten for greater forgiveness.
Then, there’s the T100 S model, which has been dubbed “the faster tour iron.” Strong lofts and a new “muscle channel” are included to enhance ball speed, launch and distance of these clubs.
As for the T200, it is for players who want additional length but without sacrificing looks, feel, trajectory or stopping power. Titleist used 10 patents to make this club and company engineers say it is the most advanced iron they have made.
The fourth member of the T-Series family is the T300. The game-improvement club works best for golfers in search of high launch, long distance and forgiveness.
“T-Series irons are designed to provide precise control,” said Marni Ines, director of irons development for the company’s golf club research-and-development team. “From form to feel to function, every aspect … is crafted towards the golfer being consistent from their first shot to their last throughout a round. … Every iron is individually engineered to help the golfer deliver a strike where they can see and feel pure performance.”
The tour professionals who are playing T-Series irons are equally as enthused.
“I don’t understand why you’d want to play any other iron,” said Spieth, who put a full set of T100s in play at the 2021 Open Championship and finished runner-up.
Korda has a T200 4-iron in her bag and uses T100s from 5- through 9-iron. “They’re just really pure,” she said. “I love how solid they feel. The height on them is incredible. It’s exactly what I am looking for.”