Titleist harness latest technology to deliver new irons and hybrids

​Titleist introduce new 620 and T-Series irons as well as TS hybrids

  • 06 August 2019

​Picture: The new Titleist T200​ ​

The latest range of irons and hybrids is now available from Titleist. As well as the new T-Series and 620 (CB and MB) irons, TS hybrids have also come on stream.

For the purists, the new Titleist 620 CB and MB irons continue Titleist's legacy of delivering tour-proven shot control and feel. With precise cavity and muscle back forgings, these designs feature progressive blade lengths, with compact short irons progressing into larger blade lengths at the long end of the set.

"The '600' designation is a nod back to our original 600 series of forged blades from the early- to mid-2000s," said Josh Talge, Vice President, Titleist Golf Club Marketing. "These designs are an important part of our company's heritage, as they proved that Titleist knew how to make the best irons for the best ball strikers in the world."

Powered by breakthrough technology, the T-Series (T100, T200 and T300) models offer a combination of power, performance and playability, unlike anything Titleist has ever designed.

"There are three key elements to hitting a great iron shot: distance, dispersion and angle of descent," said Marni Ines, Director, Titleist Irons Development, Golf Club R&D. "T-Series technology helps players carry the ball longer and hit their number more consistently, even when they don't make a perfect strike."

The T-Series irons made their tour debut two weeks ahead of schedule at the U.S. Open, due to player requests during prototype testing. Cameron Smith and Charles Howell III immediately put sets in play at Pebble Beach, while Justin Thomas added a T100 4-iron. Jordan Spieth, whose feedback was instrumental in the T100 development process, switched to a full set at The Open Championship.

Charley Hoffman, Ian Poulter, Scott Stallings and CT Pan are also among more than 20 PGA Tour players who have put these irons in play. T100 is poised to become the most played iron model on the PGA Tour.

Developed from the Titleist Speed Project, the TS hybrids combine the explosive speed and distance of TS metalwoods with the advanced technology that has made Titleist the most played hybrids on the PGA Tour.

TS hybrids made their PGA Tour debut at the Memorial Tournament, where Charley Hoffman (TS3 17º) and Robert Streb (TS3 21º) were among those who put them in play. Ian Poulter and Charles Howell III put new TS2 21º models in their bags for the U.S. Open, while Patton Kizzire added a TS3 19º, as players around the world continue to switch into the new TS2 and TS3 models. On the European Tour, Wade Ormsby has put a 17º TS3 in play.

Golfers can experience the performance of these new clubs by attending a Titleist fitting and trial event (including Titleist Thursdays), being held at various locations. To find an event, or book a free iron fitting with a Titleist specialist, visit https://www.titleist.co.uk/fitting/golf-club-fitting​