Titleist T200 Vs Titleist T300 Irons Comparison And Review
Titleist are well known for making some of the best golf sticks in the game and it is no secret that most PGA Winners who are not sponsored by another brand are using Titleist.
The T200 and T300 are two of the newest and best from the brand and even though they are only separated by 1 digit, they are tailored toward golfers of different skill levels.
The T300s are game improvement irons for high to mid handicappers and the T200’s are players irons aimed at mid to low handicap players.
Titleist T300 Overview
The T300 are game improvement irons that have larger heads and thicker soles for distance and forgiveness. They are primarily aimed at the high handicap players.
The T300’s have all the hallmarks of a game improvement iron and they are also progressive, meaning that they become more workable as you get towards the shorter clubs.
Following on from the very popular AP irons from Titleist, low handicappers may also be able to work these irons to their satisfaction even though they are more primarily built for distance and forgiveness.
The tungsten weighting stretches out the sweet spot and increases the MOI in the clubs. and they also cut the turf very nicely.
The clubs actually look slimmer than they are at address adding to the classy look. A polymer badge in the longer irons dampens unwanted vibrations and adds to the smooth feel.
The forged face makes the ball zip off the club and it also expands the sweet lower on the face.
Overall they are a premium quality set of clubs for any player and well suited to high handicappers.
Titleist T200 Irons Overview
The T200 irons are more compact and have a slimmer top line which encourages more workability from the best players in the game.
They are similar in ways to the T300’s but the smaller heads are less forgiving and are more suited to mid to low handicappers.
The polymer still sits at the back of the club but it fits into a forged players muscle back iron.
Tungsten weighting and the L shaped forged face promote impressive ball speeds and some level of forgiveness but you will need to be a consistent striker to make the most use of these clubs.
For high handicappers looking for quality game improvement irons with workability in the shorter clubs, the T300 are premium quality.
The T200 are for mid to low handicappers looking to draw, fade and stop the ball dead next to the pin. They are tour grade quality and the best players will love the experience of wielding them.