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They're 98% the exact same thing but with updated badging. Whatever someone did with the 2019's...they will do the same with the 2021's.

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Have 4 rounds on my 2021 100s.  Can’t compare to previous model because I never gamed them.  Thus far I am impressed with looks, feel, distance, distance control and workability. There is some forgiveness in them which I appreciate and need.  Not quite as forgiving as the Apex 21 they replaced but I’m enjoying them. 

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1 hour ago, third-times-a-charm said:

They're 98% the exact same thing but with updated badging. Whatever someone did with the 2019's...they will do the same with the 2021's.

Have you played them or is this just an opinion?

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1 hour ago, third-times-a-charm said:

They're 98% the exact same thing but with updated badging. Whatever someone did with the 2019's...they will do the same with the 2021's.

 

I'm not sure I would agree with this entirely... the sole designs are very different.  I think the 2021 has more weight down low which might be helpful to some but the 2019 has the pre worn leading edge.  I only hit both indoors and feel is almost identical out of the center, but misses may feel a touch better in the newer model.  They will most likely perform the same strike for strike but I think an iron with a forgiving leading edge is always better.  The 2021 look more like a Mizuno grind to my eye, but I do think that leading edge can be a huge advantage for performance gains.

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8 hours ago, fundustrial said:

How are people gapping their wedges with this set? 

Gapping is a personal thing. Won’t be the same for everyone. 
 

get on a launch monitor and get your carry distances. Don’t rely on what the number is on the bottom of the wedge 

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6 hours ago, Kale_m said:

Gapping is a personal thing. Won’t be the same for everyone. 
 

get on a launch monitor and get your carry distances. Don’t rely on what the number is on the bottom of the wedge 

 

going  48 gap 54 60

 

I don't care what carry yardages are.  I might have Exactly 110 (carry on 26) once every 3 rounds - I care more about partial distances and performance from the sand.

 

 

 

 

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14 minutes ago, tigerfan23 said:

 

going  48 gap 54 60

 

I don't care what carry yardages are.  I might have Exactly 110 (carry on 26) once every 3 rounds - I care more about partial distances and performance from the sand.

 

 

 

 

Isn’t “gapping” about carry yardages? 

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Currently have a set 4-PW coming so 44* PW.  Also have an SM8 48 coming, still undecided what I'm doing after that, maybe 52, 56, 60 or 54, 60 or maybe 53, 58.  

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On 9/19/2021 at 7:30 PM, third-times-a-charm said:

They're 98% the exact same thing but with updated badging. Whatever someone did with the 2019's...they will do the same with the 2021's.

 

Not sure how you can say that. They sure look quite a bit different from the back.

 

T1001-1856-Wall.jpg

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43 minutes ago, nsxguy said:

 

Not sure how you can say that. They sure look quite a bit different from the back.

 

T1001-1856-Wall.jpg

I tend to agree with three-times-a-charm. The changes are mostly cosmetic and the rest is marketing mumbo jumbo.

To be honest, I don't think Titleist can improve the performance of these iron heads without coming up with revolutionary new technology.

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11 hours ago, nvr3putt said:

I tend to agree with three-times-a-charm. The changes are mostly cosmetic and the rest is marketing mumbo jumbo.

To be honest, I don't think Titleist can improve the performance of these iron heads without coming up with revolutionary new technology.

 

The "98% the exact same thing but with updated badging" is what "got" me.

 

They certainly don't look 98% the same. I have no doubt they're simply derivative in nature and most all improvements in the same model iron are incremental in nature and in this case "hidden".

 

And maybe I'm taking what he said too literally. Had he said mostly "cosmetic", as you did, that I could understand, but I also can't tell what's under the "muscle" whereas before I could see the "cavity".

 

Anyway, no biggie. 👍

 

 

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21 hours ago, Jace_bkr said:

I prefer my 2019 model. Turf interaction for me is much better with the pre worn leading edge.. 

 

distances are the same, the 21’s do launch a little higher..

 

Bag appeal though the new 21’s beat the 19’s all day 🤣

 

I feel exactly the same about the T200s.  Not exactly a popular opinion in that thread 🙂

 

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