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I just got back from my fitting and the T200 is legit! I don’t know how they did it but I was impressed that I was getting 6900 rpm backspin out of a 30 degree 7 iron. My main concern going into the f

Wow these look terrible with that screw in them. If they were trying for PXG then they failed. I am a big Titleist guy but this is terrible.

My pro hit the new line. Has played the CB's for years, but he switched and ordered the new T100's. Says the topline and offset is perfect, and the sole interaction with the ground is also really gr

> @Llortamaisey said:

> When asked why the T200 isn’t made from 1020, since that was the biggest complaint about the AP3 from the marketplace, Titleist told me that they couldn’t deliver all of the T200 tech in a 1020 package because of manufacturing constraints of forging. Take it for what it’s worth but that’s the company line.

 

What did they say when you asked about the shift away from the clean, traditional design of the AP line to the less appealing design of the T line?

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I’m > @matthewb said:

> > @Llortamaisey said:

> > When asked why the T200 isn’t made from 1020, since that was the biggest complaint about the AP3 from the marketplace, Titleist told me that they couldn’t deliver all of the T200 tech in a 1020 package because of manufacturing constraints of forging. Take it for what it’s worth but that’s the company line.

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> What did they say when you asked about the shift away from the clean, traditional design of the AP line to the less appealing design of the T line?

 

Publicly, the new names are attached tech story that has yet to be released, similar to how the TS name is attached to their increased ball speed tech in the woods category.

 

Privately, just as others have mentioned before, they needed a brand refresh to help recapture lost market share over the past few releases. The name refresh strategy worked wonders for their woods line, that’s why you see it carry over to the hybrids. Time will tell if it works for the irons.

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That offset look ugly

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I’m sure they’d look better in a satin finish?!

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Not feeling it.

Very happy w/ my current AP2/3 combo set, looks like I'm gonna have to make these last!

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> @GMR2iron said:

> Will a 3 iron be available?

 

There is in the range that they are replacing so I would suspect that there will be.

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So now that several people have hit them, can anyone comment on the feel of the forged face insert? Does it provide better feel than the high strength steel L face used on the majority of the AP3 irons? Obviously nothing would compare to a club with a forged soft metal body, but any softer metal would be better than the AP3, especially the short irons.

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Anyone that had anything to do with naming Txxx or designing the badging for this series should be fired. Just so bad on so many levels.

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My pro hit the new line. Has played the CB's for years, but he switched and ordered the new T100's. Says the topline and offset is perfect, and the sole interaction with the ground is also really great. He also said he liked the T200's a lot. Apparently inside the head-between the face and the screw-they are filled with some kind of foam...which makes the club's perform very solidly and consistently across the whole face. We shall see.

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