Titleist T300 Vs Titleist T400 Irons Comparison And Review
Titleist are well known for making some of the best players irons in the world of golf. It is just recently that they have started producing game improvement and distance irons with the T300 and T400’s being the newest, longest and most forgiving clubs the brand have produced to date.
Titleist T300 Overview
The T300 irons are characterized by thick soles for distance and a polymer cap in the longer irons to dampen any unwanted impacts.
The clubs follow on from the AP1’s from Titleist and they tick all the boxes in terms of distance and forgiveness.
The clubs are also progressive, the polymer badge is dropped in the shorter irons and they are more workable than the longer clubs.
The ultra thin face is forged for impressive ball speeds and the wide face is forgiving along side the tungsten perimeter weighting.
Titleist T400 Irons Overview
The T400 is a chunky game improvement iron with a bigger head than we ever thought we would see Titleist produce.
There is up to 100gs of Tungsten in the heel and toe of the club to expand the sweet spot for off center shots.
These irons feel like Hybrids at address and the forged L shaped face expands the sweet spot low on the club and increases the ball speeds. This is the longest iron that Titleist have produced to date.
The T400s are also progressive meaning the heads get smaller and more workable as you move through the set.
If you are a high handicapper with their eyes on becoming a mid handicapper or better, the T300’s more forgiving while offering plenty of distance and forgiveness.
The T400’s are super long and forgiving, they will suit anyone who struggles to hit their irons straight consistently, especially beginners and high handicappers.