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  1. To be honest - not sure. I mean, the T100 is their most popular iron in tour. It will more or less stay the same - cosmetic changes at best. Another poster described the the T100S is just the T100 in a powerspec loft (Ping nomenclature). I never thought of it that way before, it is a good description. The T100/T100S was successful for Titleist - maybe this time they release at the same time! If you are in the market, I would not hesitate on the T100. I like mine and am not looking to change. First time in a long time I can say that.
  2. I agree with that, too. The T100 basically combined the 718 CB and AP2 into one club, and that club is actually more of a successor to the 718CB - the T100 kept the same low offset design of the CB. By removing the tungsten in the 5, 6, 7 irons, the CB moved back to a 714 CB design. In the same vein, that is probably ok. There is a market for a players single piece forging - which is what the 620 CB is. There were many complaints on this board when Mizuno didn’t replace the SC in the MP20 line. Callaway no longer offers a single piece forging. Taylormade
  3. Thankfully I’m not losing my mind. I had the same thought as Red4282 and a couple of posters explained the other tweaks in the 100S design.
  4. Yeah, I think that’s right - a players iron with stronger lofts, but consistent spin and gapping without any hollow-body / cup face.
  5. That may be true from a success standpoint, but they are the only OEM to offer two players multi-material irons, that are almost identical except for lofts. I know they moved the weight around in the S to support the loft change - but still. To be honest, I prefer they did it this way, rather than move to five degree lofts as they moved into the scoring irons - but again, no one else has done this. I’m not really sure what the right answer is - it seemed to have work for them - but no one has copied them, either.
  6. I mean even Mizuno has some overlap across their JPX and MP lines in terms of perception. What does the market need if they cover all golfers: 1. SGI (T400 / Hot Metal Pro) 2. GI (T300 / Hot Metal) 3. GI Distance iron (could be hollow body) (?/ ? ) 4. Players distance iron (T200 TMB / HMB JPX 921 Forged) 5. Players multi-material (T100 T100S / MMC) 6. Players cavity (620 CB / JPX 921 Tour) 7. MB (620 MB / MP 20 MB) so, maybe some overlap, but not as much as I thought. Titleist has at least two Irons too many, and Mizun
  7. What would actually be a good thing on Titleist part - would be if the decided to just keep the 620 MB/CB as is for another cycle and iterate the other irons as necessary. There is probably something they can do so that they don’t have the T100 / T100S thing happen - but not sure they can do much to the T200 / T300. No opinion on the T400. I am probably in the minority, but I actually think they have too many irons, let’s see what happens.
  8. I’m curious about how the TSi2 would be better than the TS2. The TS2 replaced the 2016 Apex in my bag.
  9. Thank you - will follow along there.
  10. Would love your thoughts on the ZX7.
  11. Hi - I it this up in another thread - ZX7. Stock set has head and shaft made in Japan.
  12. I feel like this off topic, but I I think they should have just left the Xforged from 2018 as a special order and brought out the TCB.
  13. Heck, if you go here: https://www.customclubs.eu/en/clubs/irons/callaway-apex-tcb-21-6-irons-steel-custom/ Forged Blade Feel In A Players Distance Iron Apex irons are renowned for their pure feel, and Apex 21 is no different. The forged 1025 mild carbon steel and our patented urethane microspheres deliver exceptional sound and feel at impact, while the improved shaping helps enhance feel through the turf. Sheesh - it's almost as if no one no knows what it's made of.
  14. Here’s a description of the TCB. Now I know I’ve read they have urethane microspheres, but maybe I’m having a seniors’ moment and can’t find it. I’ll keep looking. New Apex TCB Irons are a Tour-inspired multi-material 1025 forged cavity back design for lower handicap players with a package of lofts, bounce, blade lengths and COR preferred by the best players in the world. Featuring some familiar technologies inspired from Callaway’s hugely popular X Forged CB Irons (not available in Europe), Apex TCB offers accomplished golfers a slightly smaller profile and shorter blade lengt
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