Titleist T100 Vs Titleist T150 Irons Comparison Overview
I find it a bit odd that the Titleist T150 irons were even produced.
It’s like Titleist snuck a new line of irons between the T100 and the T200 but didn’t see fit to do that with any of the other T series irons. I mean, you don’t see a T250 iron…not yet anyway.
It made me feel like Titleist thought that they got something wrong in the T100 irons. So I was very eager to test the T150 and the T100’s against one another. At a glance, they look incredibly similar.
But would there be any significant performance distances? Read on to find out.
Titleist T100 Irons Overview
“The Titleist T100 irons have a compact look at address and a blade length that makes it very easy to frame the ball.”
Behind the ball, they look every bit the players irons. They’ve got classic Titleist looks and a top line that will appease low handicap players.
But when I placed the T100’s next to the Titleist T150’s, I could barely tell them apart.
There is no distinguishable difference in size, offset or shape. However, there is a considerable distance in loft.
There is a 2° difference in loft between every club in the set with the Titleist T150’s having the stronger lofts.
So the Titleist T100 9-iron is 42 degrees while the Titleist T150 9-iron is 40 degrees.
Titleist T150 Irons Overview
“The Titleist T150 irons have the same dual tungsten weighting and refined sole design that the Titleist T100’s have.”
However, as the stronger-lofted irons, the Titleist T150 are invariably longer. I was getting an average of 158.8 yards with the Titleist T150 7-iron compared to 149.4 yards with the Titleist T100 7-iron.
But other than distance, I really couldn’t pick up on any significant performance differences. Both irons feel really smooth through the turf and both offer the same degree of forgiveness.
If you are a consistent striker, you will really like both of these irons. They are also evenly workable. I was able to shape my shots at will and work the ball up or down.
“If you consider distance to be significant in your iron play, then there is a significant difference between the Titleist T150 and Titleist T100 irons.
The Titleist T150 irons simply play longer as the stronger-lofted irons. Other than that, they are nearly identical.”