Titleist T350 Vs Titleist T300 Irons Comparison Overview

Titleist T350 Vs Titleist T300 Irons

When it comes to the T series of irons from Titleist, you get more forgiveness as you work upwards in the lineup.

For example, the T100’s are arguably the least forgiving irons in the series while the T400’s are arguably the most forgiving.

And while it’s easy to see the differences between lower and higher-numbered irons in this series, it’s not so easy to see differences between sets that are numerically closer.

The Titleist T350’s and the Titleist T300’s for example. But fear not because in the following review, I will be breaking down the differences between these seemingly similar irons.

Titleist T350 Irons Overview


“The Titleist T350 irons have a  forged face insert and a hollow body design.”

Behind the ball, the Titleist T350’s don’t scream “game improvement.” Objectively, they are actually rather compact.

The top line is moderate, the soles are pretty thin and the blade length is slightly longer than average.

So it frames the ball very well and looks really nice. More importantly, I used the entire face of these irons and didn’t see any significant drop-off in ball speed.

However, the side-to-side dispersion did vary widely depending on where you struck the ball.

On face-center strikes, the dispersion stayed within 7 yards. But on slightly off-center strikes, that number ballooned to 15 yards.

The distance was spot-on though: I averaged a carry of 160.3 yards with the 6-iron.

Titleist T300 Irons Overview

“The Titleist T350 and T300 irons have identical loft profiles.”

Both lofts are pretty strong to maximize distance. But there is a visual difference between these irons. The T300’s have a busier look with badges in the cavity and a more angular cavity in general.

The size and profile are still similar to the Titleist T350’s though. The Titleist T300 irons feature variable face thickness and a polymer core behind the scoring zone to push ball speeds.

The Titleist T300’s don’t feel quite as soft as the Titleist T350’s. The dispersion of the T300’s was also more inconsistent than the T350’s. The T350’s even played longer.

“The Titleist T350 irons have their flaws; but they are more consistent, feel better and play longer than the Titleist T300’s. The Titleist T350’s feel smoother through the turf as well.

The Titleist T350 irons best the T300’s in almost every arena and in my opinion, are the superior GI irons.”

Titleist T350 Irons

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Category: Game Improvement

Titleist T300 Irons

Category – Distance/ Game Improvement Irons

Titleist T350 – First Impressions

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“I liked the fact that there isn’t a lot going on with the Titleist T350 irons.”

There is very little physical business in these irons. The cavity plate is plain and unremarkable and the shaping of the head is closer to a traditional blade.

I was expecting beauty from these Titleist irons and they didn’t disappoint.

When I started swinging them, I liked the fact that the launch angles I was getting were low.

This may confound higher handicap players who do better distance-wise with steep launch angles.

But for my aggressive swing and swing speed, the launch was perfect.

On the other hand, I was finding it difficult to stick on greens with anything longer than the 7-iron in this set.

Titleist T300- First Impressions

The first thing you notice about these Cavity Irons is how the top line looks deceptively thin for an iron that is primarily built for distance.

The second thing that is immediately obvious is that there are a few key differences between the short and the longer irons.

The shorted irons have thinner soles, leading to increased workability that can be useful to even single digit handicappers while that trend is reversed in the longer irons, which focus more on distance.

The long irons have a polymer insert that makes these cavity backs sound and feel much better than a regular cavity back. The longer irons also have tungsten weighting in the head that keeps the center of gravity low and MOI high for ultimate performance.

The result is irons that generate quite a bit more distance than the AP1’s and can hold their own with any forgiving distance iron on the market.

While you are looking at a shorter distance from heel to toe with the Ping G400 irons, the COR-Eye technology ensures that if you make contact with the sweet spot, your ball is gonna go far. Almost immediately, our testers were nailing shots in the 160 yard range with the 5 iron in this set.

We also really liked the way these irons sounded – particularly the long irons. The cavity badge really works to enhance sound when you hit the sweet spots of these irons. It didn’t take us very long to get the hang of these irons and start sending missiles down the fairway.

Titleist T350 Irons – Selling Points

  • Hollow body design
  • Tungsten weighting
  • Forged face
  • Trailing edge relief
  • Strong trajectory
  • Special brazing process for the tungsten weights
  • Vokey variable bounce soles

Titleist T300 Irons – Selling Points

  • Tungsten Weighting In Longer Irons
  • Polymer Badge On Longer Irons For Superior Feel
  • Excellent Workability In The Shorter Irons
  • Impressive Distance Gains
  • Less Offset For Straight Shooters
  • Ultra Thin Steel Face

Who Are the Titleist T350 Irons for?

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I feel that the Titleist T350 irons would be most beneficial for players in the 15 to 25 handicap range.

As Titleist irons, they naturally have some workability even though they are game improvement irons.

But they also have a generous head shape compared to other Titleist GI irons so 20-25 handicappers will have an easier time with them.

If your club path is still inconsistent, the Titleist T350 irons can’t do much for you as the dispersion isn’t automatically tight.

But if you are reasonably accurate, the Titleist T350 irons will get you where you need to go.

The T Series Family of Irons

Included in the T series of irons from Titleist is the Titleist T400 set.

The Titleist T400 irons are the most forgiving in the series and are best for beginners and high handicappers.

They don’t offer the same kind of responsive feel as the Titleist T350 irons; but they have a more expansive sweet spot for players who struggle with accuracy.

On the opposite end of the spectrum are the T100 irons which are best for single-digit handicappers.

Distance: 97/100

Accuracy: 96/100

Forgiveness: 96/100

Feel And Control: 97/100

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Overall Score: 97/100

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Who Are The T300 Irons For

The T300 Irons are for Mid Handicappers looking for maximum distance, without compromising on forgiveness.

These are also great for mid handicappers looking for more workability in their shorter irons.

Titleist T Series Family Of Irons

The T seriers from Titleist carries on from the AP range and it goes from T100, the best for low handicappers, the T200 for Low to Mid, the T300, for Mid To High and the T400 for High handicappers and beginners.

Distance: 96/100

Accuracy: 94/100

Forgiveness: 93/100

Feel And Control: 92/100

Overall Score: 95/100

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