The new Titleist 716 irons - five models that cover every golfer out there, as well as the new Titleist 816 hybrids, are now available to buy
NEW TITLEIST 716 IRONS – NOW ON SALE
The new Titleist 716 irons and 816 hybrids are now in the shops. Whether you’re after distance, forgiveness, a soft feel or workability, there’s an iron to suit your needs in the new range. We have listed all the new releases from Titleist below, check them out and go to the main launch stories and reviews from here.
Titleist 716 AP1 Irons
The new Titleist 716 AP1 irons are clubs aimed at game improvers seeking maximum distance and forgiveness.
REVIEW: Titleist 716 AP1 irons review
Titleist 716 AP2 Irons
REVIEW: Titleist 716 AP2 irons review
Tech talk: Titleist 716 AP1 and AP2 irons
We speak exclusively to Steve Pelisek, Titleist Golf Club General Manager, to find out more about how the construction of the new 716 AP1 and AP2 irons offers the enhanced performance.
Compare Titleist 716 AP1 and AP2 irons
Titleist 716 CB Irons
Many players will be interested in Titleist’s latest cavity back better-player iron, but the new Titleist 716 CB irons are quite unlike those that have released in the past – this is due to the use of high-density tungsten.
REVIEW: Titleist 716 CB Irons review
Titleist 716 MB Irons
Titleist 716 T-MB Irons
In th new Titleist 716 T-MB iron tungsten has been introduced to the design to make it much more forgiving than the old Titleist 712U driving iron that it replaces.
REVIEW: Titleist 716 T-MB irons review
Titleist 816 Hybrids
Titleist has also unveiled new 816 hybrids – the reason for this is so as to ensure golfers have the opportunity to get custom-fitted for hybrids as well as the new 716 irons at the same time.
REVIEW: Titleist 816 Hybrids review
Tech Talk: Titleist 816 hybrids
Titleist Golf Club General Manager Steve Pelisek tells us about the new technology in the 816 hybrids that improves distance, forgiveness and gapping as well as the decision to replace the 915 hybrid after just one year.