Titleist T100S Vs Titleist T100 Irons Comparison Overview
Everyone wants to be able to game the clubs they see their favorite players use.
But the reality is, most of us aren’t pro golfers. Our expectations need to be more realistic. And even if you’re a single-digit or scratch player, you need to know the specific needs of your game to maintain a high level of play.
On the surface, the Titleist T100S and T100 irons are very similar: player’s performance irons built with the skilled player in mind. But one may be better for your game than the other…
Titleist T100S Irons Overview
“The Titleist T100S irons are forged with dual tungsten weighting and a profile almost identical to the standard Titleist T100 irons.”
There are only two significant differences between the standard Titleist T100 and Titleist T100S irons. The first is that the Titleist T100S irons feature a muscle channel design. This is basically your classic muscle back design with a channel running through the middle from heel to toe.
The second difference is that the Titleist T100S are stronger-lofted by 2°. During my testing, I found that the loft difference is the most important one. The Titleist T100S played 4-5 longer than the Titleist T100 irons from 6-PW. The difference in distance shrunk more in the long irons.
Titleist T100 Irons Overview
“The Titleist T100 irons feature a forged dual cavity design.”
But the offset, blade length and top line are identical to the Titleist T100S irons. The feel at impact is also identical. They both have a forged face that feels solid at impact with just enough softness to let you know that these are indeed premium irons.
I liked the fact that both the Titleist T100 and Titleist T100S irons are workable with a little bit of forgiveness sprinkled in. They both have dual tungsten weighting in the heel and toe to keep your slight mis-hits on-target.
“In the end, there is very little that separates the performance of the Titleist T100 and Titleist T100S irons. Both are workable and surprisingly forgiving for irons of this size. But as small of a difference as it may be, the Titleist T100S irons play longer simply by merit of stronger lofts. Both irons would be great for single-digit handicappers looking for keen shot-making ability. But the Titleist T100S would be a bit better if you need some extra distance too.”