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2019 Titleist T300 irons

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  • TuguTugu Members  104WRX Points: 53Posts: 104 Fairways
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    Thiiiiiiiick!🤷🏻‍♀️

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  • titleistforgedtitleistforged buying clubs brings joy SF Bay AreaMembers  256WRX Points: 110Handicap: 11Posts: 256 Greens
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    FWIW I currently game a set. Surprisingly compact looks for the thicc head and shape. Super pleasing to the eye at address, I love the softer curves of it vs. my super hard edged hard lined Miura irons. Feel is decent, but the stock shaft is crap. Definitely don't get AMT red.

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  • johnnyprojohnnypro Lynbrook, nyMembers  1910WRX Points: 157Handicap: 14.5Posts: 1,910 Platinum Tees
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    69 years old, 15 h'cap, no wind 7 iron distance ~145 yards, mid to low ball flight
    I currently play Srixon Z545's with Recoil 95 F3 shafts. Any opinions as to what, if any, benefits I would gain by switching to T300's with either the same Recoil 95 or maybe going a bit lighter to the Recoil 80?

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  • ChrisGio315ChrisGio315 Members  464WRX Points: 65Handicap: 17Posts: 464 Greens
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    I agree. With the t300 4 iron being 1 degree stronger than the 718 AP1s, I dont think I need my 818h2. This allows me to go back to a 3 and 5 wood or swap the 5 wood for a 58 wedge. We shall see. I previously used a 60 degree wedge and that club was just very inconsistent for me

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  • SteelheadSteelhead Orlando, FloridaClubWRX  984WRX Points: 243Posts: 984 Golden Tee
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    Not many comments on Geezer stix around here...
    Three rounds on familiar tracks with two range sessions in on T300 4 thru 53 (9 irons) AMT Red . Came from G410s (AWT 2.0).
    Not much change in distance or trajectory. They are close with a slight edge to the T300. My g410 7 iron is a geezer’ish 145-155 and not much difference with T300 150 - 160. 5 yards here or there is not much. G410 felt/sounded pretty much the same with each club thru the bag.
    The T300 is definitely two sets of clubs in the bag. 4 thru 7 are A bit hollow sounding (almost off-putting at first) but good feeling with plenty of information letting me know whether or not I have struck it well. The 8 thru 53* is what may keep them in the bag. Solid, pure feeling irons that make me want to play 36 holes and/or just trade these in for the T200s.
    The Pings give me the placebo of every strike being okay but never the near forged euphoria that these can give on certain short iron shots (really sweet!) Dispersion and distance on the G410s is always spot friggin’ on. Maybe I’m just an old Ping G-man who knows what each club will do as the T300 Distance is spot on as well, but does not yet have my confidence on certain lies and dispersion suffers a bit. Probably, with more time that will be good as well. I do prefer the feel of the Nippon AWT over the AMT Red by a large margin.

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  • MedsonMedson Members  2689WRX Points: 292Posts: 2,689 Titanium Tees
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    I was comparing 718 AP1 and T300 side by side. Gotta say 718 AP1 looks so much better.

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  • ChrisGio315ChrisGio315 Members  464WRX Points: 65Handicap: 17Posts: 464 Greens
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    On -, @Medson said:

    I was comparing 718 AP1 and T300 side by side. Gotta say 718 AP1 looks so much better.

    I think they looked very similar. The only thing I did notice about the T300 is that there was a little more offset than my 718 AP1 irons

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  • tungstenplugtungstenplug Washington, D.C.Members  397WRX Points: 476Posts: 397 Greens
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    A full set of hybrids. Sweeper's paradise

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  • JerryTBallJerryTBall Avid Amateur NCMembers  591WRX Points: 239Handicap: 8Posts: 591 Golden Tee
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    These showed up on the porch today. I have had the AP1’s, blueprints, 410’s, CF16’s(my backup set now), have no issues shooting in 70’s with any of the irons, but I have to say these T300 feel And look really nice. I’ve seen in store, but to have in hand at home with grips you like and setup for you, they look amazing, can’t wait to take out tomorrow.

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    I change clubs too often to be able to update my signature but here’s what I currently play
    919 tour irons & 919 forged yes I have both sets
    Ping G400 max G400 7 wood G400 3 hybrid
    Ping glide wedges
    Scotty putter
  • hd.softailhd.softail Members  542WRX Points: 128Posts: 542 Golden Tee
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    On -, @JerryTBall said:

    These showed up on the porch today. I have had the AP1’s, blueprints, 410’s, CF16’s(my backup set now), have no issues shooting in 70’s with any of the irons, but I have to say these T300 feel And look really nice. I’ve seen in store, but to have in hand at home with grips you like and setup for you, they look amazing, can’t wait to take out tomorrow.

    Very nice! 8 hdcp here and just got fitted for a set of these 4-W1 with Modus 105 S. I literally hit everything on the planet. I was down to full set of T300 or T200/T300 combo and with the way T300 already gets progressively smaller in the scoring irons, I just didn't see the point. And I'm a person who isn't averse to a little offset or chunkiness...

    Finalists in oder for me were G410, T200, JPX 919 Forged. Liked the thinner sole and less offset of the T300 vs G410. Hit the T200 and T300 the same and didn't see the point of looking down at a smaller club. LOVED the feel of the JPX 919 Forged but vs the dispersion of the T300, wasn't even close.

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  • JerryTBallJerryTBall Avid Amateur NCMembers  591WRX Points: 239Handicap: 8Posts: 591 Golden Tee
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    On -, @hd.softail said:

    On -, @JerryTBall said:

    These showed up on the porch today. I have had the AP1’s, blueprints, 410’s, CF16’s(my backup set now), have no issues shooting in 70’s with any of the irons, but I have to say these T300 feel And look really nice. I’ve seen in store, but to have in hand at home with grips you like and setup for you, they look amazing, can’t wait to take out tomorrow.

    Very nice! 8 hdcp here and just got fitted for a set of these 4-W1 with Modus 105 S. I literally hit everything on the planet. I was down to full set of T300 or T200/T300 combo and with the way T300 already gets progressively smaller in the scoring irons, I just didn't see the point. And I'm a person who isn't averse to a little offset or chunkiness...

    Finalists in oder for me were G410, T200, JPX 919 Forged. Liked the thinner sole and less offset of the T300 vs G410. Hit the T200 and T300 the same and didn't see the point of looking down at a smaller club. LOVED the feel of the JPX 919 Forged but vs the dispersion of the T300, wasn't even close.

    Yeah I took mine out tonight to just feel them out I have not been in a dynamic gold shaft for quite a while I noticed I hit them pretty good off the tee but I was getting a lot of shots going right which it could be a lie I hope it’s not the shaft I went with the AMT black stiff, Plus it was really cold and windy but I’m going to have the lie check tomorrow and then play them side-by-side with my Callaway CF 16 if they don’t stand up I’m going to have to rethink what I want to do.

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    I change clubs too often to be able to update my signature but here’s what I currently play
    919 tour irons & 919 forged yes I have both sets
    Ping G400 max G400 7 wood G400 3 hybrid
    Ping glide wedges
    Scotty putter
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  • JerryTBallJerryTBall Avid Amateur NCMembers  591WRX Points: 239Handicap: 8Posts: 591 Golden Tee
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    I hate to report this, but hitting in a bay and being fit from there is fine but I’m the sort of guy that hates mats, need to be on turf, so shafts, AMT Black did not work out. If, and this I have noticed, if I absolutely hit off mat good that club works on course for sure. That being said, I bought off a site that if first new set and don’t like from them, return in 45 days for 100% store credit. My new set coming cobra king forged tech black ATMOS graphite. I realized I really need graphite I was so sore after one round.

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    I change clubs too often to be able to update my signature but here’s what I currently play
    919 tour irons & 919 forged yes I have both sets
    Ping G400 max G400 7 wood G400 3 hybrid
    Ping glide wedges
    Scotty putter
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  • doctormizunodoctormizuno Members  106WRX Points: 27Handicap: 6.4Posts: 106 Fairways
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    The only thing for me would be having a 43* PW. I’d have to revamp my whole wedge setup.

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  • amkingamking Members  14WRX Points: 62Posts: 14 Bunkers
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    with my T300’s 5-W53 I have set wedges at 43, 48, and 53, then Vokey 56 and 60. Without that I would really struggle with my gapping.

    while on paper it seems excessive, and despite what numbers are on the bottom of the clubs, I really treat the 43 as my 9 iron, the 48 as a PW, and the GW slot has really always been a mostly full swing club only for me... so the 53 set wedge works out fine. Goes about 115-120 for me. you would think a 56 Vokey would be too close to the 53 (before receiving and hitting them I was even thinking to bend the 56 to 57), but honestly the gapping isn’t as tight as i would even like. A lot of that I attribute to the design differences in the game improvement iron vs the blade wedge + my own inconsistency.

    With the lofts of the longer irons the 4 iron at 20 degrees and +1/2” goes a country mile and is not something I am consistent enough with, so it’s out of the bag in favor for the wedges.

    if I can improve next year on that the alternative setup I would consider is 53 set wedge (or Vokey) and Vokey 58 or 56 bent to 57.

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    Driver: Titleist 909 D3 8.5
    Woods: Titleist 917 F2 16.5
    Hybrid: Titleist 909 H
    Irons: Titleist 735.CM 3-PW   *pending arrival of T300's*
    Wedges: Titleist Vokey 252.08 & 258.08
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  • MeForeMeFore Members  4WRX Points: 7Posts: 4 Starters
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    T300 with Modus 105 is first on my list to test tomorrow. What was the launch angle like?

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  • Steel DilloSteel Dillo Members  265WRX Points: 112Posts: 265 Greens
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    Any long term updates on the T300's?

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  • Carolina Golfer 2Carolina Golfer 2 Members  9522WRX Points: 515Posts: 9,522 Titanium Tees
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    I've had mine in play for about 6 months now, minus a two month Covid shutdown. The most recent previous irons were G700, G410 and JPX919 Forged. All played during 2019 season.

    The T300 is the best of all the in my opinion. Better feeling and sounding than the PINGS. The JPX919 and the T300 are probably really pretty close in performance. And while most will say the JPX are far better looking, the T300 are not that bad looking at all.

    I have the 5-GW. However, I just ordered the T200 in 8-P with the lofts adjusted slightly, just because :)

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    PING G410 FW 7 and 9
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    Titleist T300  5-P KBS TGI 80 Shaft
    Vokey  50.10, 54.10 58..12
    Scotty Cameron Phantom 5.5 
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