The Modern Tour Iron
Titleist T100 irons have been refined to provide even more solid feel and control. The new dual-cavity construction features an enhanced back bar that produces a more solid impact sensation, while the precision CNC face milling process leads to more consistent contact. In addition, the variable bounce sole has been improved to allow the club to flow faster through the turf, even after contact. These subtle refinements make T100 the standard for modern Tour iron performance.
The new T100 irons are the culmination of years of research and development, and they deliver on the promise of a more solid feel and greater control. The enhanced back bar in the dual-cavity construction provides a more stable and responsive impact sensation, while the precision CNC face milling process ensures consistent contact. These refinements, informed by modal testing and Tour input, make T100 the perfect choice for players who demand the utmost in performance.
The T100 irons are not only more solid and responsive thanks to the enhanced back bar, but they also benefit from a new precision CNC face milling process and a subtle shift in CG. This results in more control and consistent ball flight, especially when moving from fairway to first cut.
The precision CNC face milling process creates a more consistent face thickness, which leads to more consistent ball speeds and spin rates. The subtle shift in CG lowers the center of gravity, which produces a higher launch angle and more forgiveness. These two changes work together to give the T100 irons a more penetrating ball flight that is more resistant to wind and terrain changes.
As a result, players can be more confident in their ability to hit the ball where they want it, even in challenging conditions. Whether they are hitting from the fairway or the first cut, the T100 irons will help them to produce consistent results.
Titleist engineers worked with Tour Pros and the grind experts at Vokey Design to further improve the Variable Bounce Sole on the T100 irons. They smoothed and softened the trailing edge of the sole, which allows the club to flow faster through the turf, even after contact. This simple but surprisingly meaningful improvement makes it easier for players to hit the ball cleanly from a variety of lies.
The trailing edge of the sole is the part of the club that comes into contact with the ground first when the club is swung. By smoothing and softening this area, Titleist engineers were able to reduce drag and allow the club to glide through the turf more easily. This is especially beneficial when hitting from thick or uneven lies, as it helps to prevent the club from digging in and causing a fat shot.
The improved Variable Bounce Sole is just one of the many refinements that have been made to the T100 irons. These changes make the T100 irons the perfect choice for players who demand the utmost in performance and forgiveness.
Titleist engineers use a combination of dense D18 tungsten and a 2000° aerospace brazing process to create irons with the best of both worlds: modern engineered performance and a solid forged feel. The tungsten is used to precisely position the center of gravity (CG), while the brazing process eliminates weld points and creates a seamless face. This results in an iron that is both forgiving and responsive, with a feel that is sure to please even the most discerning golfers.
Here is some more detail about the two technologies:
The combination of these two technologies makes the T100 irons the perfect choice for golfers who demand the best of both worlds: modern engineered performance and a solid forged feel.
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