The T-Series Black irons offer the precision, feel and playability of Titleist T100, T100S and T200 irons in an all-black titanium carbide vapor finish.
Utilizing an improved heat-treated binding process, the T-Series Black irons ($1,699 per seven-piece set) provide a stylish, tour-inspired look with a more durable, long-lasting finish. The new titanium carbide vapor finish is matched with True Temper AMT Black, AMT Tour White and Project X LZ shafts that have an onyx powder coat finish. All-black Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 grips complete the set-up.
“New T-Series irons have proven to be the most advanced irons we’ve ever made,” said Josh Talge, vice president, Titleist golf club marketing. “The tour-inspired shaping combines with ultimate forgiveness and feel to give golfers the looks and performance needed to play their best. T-Series Black irons take it to the next level with a new titanium carbide vapor finish that looks incredible and is more durable than ever.”
Titleist T100 irons continue to be a top choice of tour players around the world, with more players on the PGA Tour using T100’s than any other model. Titleist has been the most played iron on the PGA Tour for 17 of the last 18 years, including each of the last eight seasons. With a tour-contoured sole and variable bounce design, T100 irons are designed to produce the best turf interaction in the game.
“I just like how they look; I think they look a little bit smaller,” said Cam Smith, who used his T100s to win the 2022 Players and Open championships. “This lets me narrow in a little bit more and obviously the less glare and stuff like that off the sun, helps that a lot.”
The T100S retains the key features of T100 but with 2-degree stronger lofts and a new Muscle Channel to provide a little added speed and an even lower center of gravity placement to optimize launch.
The T200 features a new compact and sleek shape with a multi-material, hollow-body construction to provide controlled distance and launch. Improved “Max Impact” technology and forged L-face inserts work together to retain speed on off-center strikes.
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