Irons: your scoring clubs
If our European heroes have any chance at Whistling Straits, they’ll have to be pure with the irons, but how do you manage it under the upmost pressure?
Those few yards you lose when the air is colder and denser might not be too much of an issue when you’re smashing a drive down the fairway, but if you’re looking to nestle the ball in close to the flag then it’s important to be precise with how far each iron will travel.
That’s why we’re so grateful for whatever genius in Titleist’s R&D department came up with the dense D18 tungsten used in its updated T-Series irons. This gives you incredibly consistent, reliable launch & distances in all the T100, T100-S & T200 models.
Once you know you can rely on the yardages, you can start making the ball work for you; controlling the flight and spin as you set yourself up for a tap-in. Oh, and let’s not forget that you’ll be looking down on a Tour-inspired shape at address for even more confidence.
But let’s forget all this techy talk for a second and simply look at what’s important: you can stand over these irons and know that you can execute every shot. That feeling is unrivalled