Scott Sackett Certified Titleist Club Fitter

2017-2018 Titleist Product Line


718 AP1Titleist 718 AP1

THE ULTIMATE GAME IMPROVEMENT IRON

With explosive ball speed and an even more-forgiving face, 718 AP1 irons reward you in every way you can imagine. All while maintaining our classically coveted look and feel.

718 AP2

THE GOLD STANDARD FOR MODERN TOUR IRONS.

718 AP2 irons raise the bar on the gold standard for tour iron excellence. If you demand ultimate playability with consistent distance and forgiveness, these are the irons for you.

Titleist 718 AP2 & CB

718 AP3

THE PLAYER’S DISTANCE IRON.

The all-new 918 AP3 irons truly represent the best of both worlds. Everything we’ve learned from creating and advancing our AP1 and AP2 irons merged to create our longest, fastest player’s iron ever. It’s the player’s distance iron.

Titleist 718 AP3

718 CB

TOUR-PROVEN CAVITY BACK FOR PLAYABILITY AND PRECISION.

Traditional looks packed with modern technology. The 718 CB irons continue our legacy of delivering incredible Tour-proven performance in a sleek, cavity back profile.Titleist 718 CB

716 MB

MODERN MUSCLE BACK DESIGNED FOR PRECISION SHOTMAKING.

For the purist there is no substitute for a one-piece, muscle back iron. The 718 MB is the modern choice for those desiring a traditional forged look and feel. A classic muscle back designed for today’s game.Titleist 718 MB

718 T-MB

TECHNOLOGICALLY ADVANCED DISTANCE MUSCLE BACK.

What began as the ultimate utility iron has grown into a full set of uniquely-designed irons that deliver distance at every loft. If you like the way T-MB utility irons perform, you should feel what it’s like to play the full set.Titleist 718 T-MB


818 H1818 H1 Hybrid

SCORING. DISTANCE

High launch, easy distance, and tremendous forgiveness. For golfers with a sweeping delivery to the ball and a preference for the look of a fairway metal.

816 H2816 H2 Hybrid

Superior technology for long game performance.

Compact hybrids for iron like control with more distance.

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917 D2Titleist 917D3 homepage

Maximum distance and forgiveness.

Distance with forgiveness in a full 460cc pear profile. Offers more forgiveness, a slightly higher launch and more spin versus 917D3.

917 D3

Workable and forgiving.

Distance with workability in a traditional, Tour inspired 440cc pear profile. Offers more workability, a slightly lower launch and less spin versus 917D2.

917F2

Long, straight and forgiving.917 F2F3 Homepage

All-around playability with forgiveness and more distance in a larger profile fairway. Slightly more spin and higher launch versus 917F3.

917F3

Workable and forgiving.

Versatility with shot control and more distance in a compact profile fairway. Slightly less spin and lower launch versus 91

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