➡️ 4 iron to PW (7 clubs)
➡️ Project X LZ regular shaft
➡️ 5.5 115g
No one played a bigger role in the development of Titleist’s T100 than Jordan Spieth, which is a good thing if you happen to be persnickety when it comes to how an iron looks and performs. The slimmed-down profile, thinner topline and reduced offset will catch the eye of a better player (or a multi-time major champion).
Just don’t think reducing the overall size means a loss of forgiveness or playability—two things that its predecessor, AP2, was known for. A thinned-out face is paired with dual-density tungsten weights in the heel and toe—66 grams on average per head—to enhance ball speed and forgiveness. So you’re essentially getting more of everything good from a more compact head shape.
The beauty of dual-density tungsten is how it makes even small iron profiles uber-forgiving. Mishits off the toe still produced positive results with the robot, which tells you the multimaterial design is doing its job. Not only that, the overall dispersion pattern was one of the tightest captured during testing.
It’s fair to say T100 hits the right notes.