The Titleist T100 Irons are one of the products featured in our Editor's Choice 2020 product list.

Titleist T100 Irons

With their compact, classic looks the Titleist T100 irons will appeal to the better player seeking a blend of forgiveness and playability.

Titleist has a history of producing superb crossover irons delivering the best of both worlds in terms of workability and forgiveness, from the DCIs to the AP2s and now on to the impressive T100 irons.

Editor’s Choice 2020

The T100 irons feature a forged cavity construction and a thinner, more responsive face. An average of 66g of co-forged, dual density tungsten optimises launch within the 3-7-irons and boosts off-centre forgiveness.

The irons also boast enhanced sole camber for cleaner turf interaction, less offset and a thinner top line.

Impressive performance

The T100 irons feel noticeably solid and soft at impact and the extra camber on the sole helps them glide through the turf a little more easily. In testing we found the irons a joy to hit and we were mightily impressed by how forgiving they are on poor strikes.

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The long irons in the T100 set are especially user friendly. They launch the ball beautifully and provide consistent ball speeds with a tight dispersion. While the short irons offer great feel and plenty of precision.

We found it easy to work the ball throughout the set and the level of control is excellent. We were able to deliver knocked down and higher flighted shots when required.

A great look

Better players will love what they see at address. With clean lines, hardly any offset and a thinner top line with a premium, semi-polished finished, the T100s ooze class.

Overall, the Titleist T100 irons offer playability and performance with a good degree of forgiveness. Compact and attractive behind the ball they allow for a good level of control on well struck shots as well as delivering impressive distance and minimal dispersion on shots missing the centre of the face.

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