Takomo 201 Vs Takomo 101T Irons Comparison
In the following overview, we will be comparing the forged Takomo 201 irons to the cast Takomo 101T irons.
Takomo 201 Irons Overview
“The Takomo 201 irons are marked by a shorter blade length and less offset compared to the Takomo 101T irons.”
They are forged from S20C carbon steel which gives them a remarkably soft feel.
The offset starts at 2.5mm in the 4-iron and closes up to 1.7mm in the 9-iron and PW. The blades are 73mm long.
They have a cavity back design but are still more accurate and precise than your average cavity backs thanks to the compact design and forged response.
Takomo 101T Irons Overview
“The Takomo 101T irons are cast from 431 stainless steel and marked by a hollow-body design.”
The Takomo 101T irons were made for distance, forgiveness and little else.
The offset starts at 3.3mm in the 4-iron and shrinks to 1.9mm in the 9-iron. The blade lengths are 75mm.
The Takomo 101T irons played longer than the 201’s with very little effort. But it was harder to affect fades and draws at will.
“The Takomo 101T irons will help if you have trouble staying in the center of the fairway.
The Takomo 201’s are better for players who could use better accuracy and shot-shapability.”