Titleist T400 Vs Titleist T350 Irons Comparison Overview

Titleist T400 Vs Titleist T350 Irons

The Titleist T350 and T400 irons are pretty close to each other numerically so you would think that they are overall, pretty similar.

After all, the T150 irons are practically clones of the T100 irons save for the stronger lofts of the former.

But when I tested the Titleist T350’s and T400’s against each other, I saw a wider chasm between these irons. The Titleist T350’s and T400’s share very little of the same DNA. Read on to see what I mean.

Titleist T400 Irons Overview

“The Titleist T400’s are about as close to super game improvement irons as you will see Titleist produce.”

I was blown away by the sole width of these irons immediately.

And it should also be noted that there are no 3 and 4 irons in this set which makes them ridiculously strong-lofted to make up for the loss of length. The 9-iron is 33° for crying out loud.

The 5,6 and 7 irons also feature tungsten weights low in the head to increase launch angles. And believe me, you’re going to need every degree to counteract the effects of the strong lofts.

The Titleist T400’s also feature a thin, L-shaped face insert to increase ball speed and launch on low-face mis-hits. The T400’s are very forgiving and behind the ball, they don’t look massive.

The hollow body construction produced above average distance for me; but I was digging quite a bit with these irons.

Titleist T350 Irons Overview


“The Titleist T350 irons also have a hollow body design but a much more refined look.”

They feature a very subtle cavity back, moderate top line width and much narrower soles than the Titleist T400’s.

I also liked the turf interaction in the Titleist T350’s more than the T400’s. They glided above the turf better and kept me from digging…most of the time.

The Titleist T350’s also produced more consistent ball speeds and distances. While not quite as long as the T400’s, the distance was still comparable.

And I much prefer knowing how long my irons are going to play over being able to smash my 6-iron 180 yards.

“The Titleist T400 irons are for players who struggle to make consistent contact and need more distance out of their irons.

The Titleist T350’s are better for mid handicappers who want a bit of workability combined with reasonable forgiveness.”

Titleist T400 First Impressions

The first thing to notice about the T400’s is how chunky the heads of the clubs are.

At address you can tell that they are going to be long and forgiving, they almost look like a hybrid they are so chunky.

Added to that, they have strong lofts that ensure distance as well as forgiving are high on the list of benefits offered by the clubs.

The clubs are progressively sized so as you get to the shorter irons, they are less chunky and more workable.

The split sole system ensures a quality turf interaction and high launching shots while the ball seems to spring off the ultra thin, forged steel face which is also L shaped to ensure higher shots off the lower part of the face.

The clubs are offset so if you do tend to slice the ball they will also be a good fit.

100g’s of Tungsten weighting expands the perimeter of the sweet spot and as you  approach the ball it is obvious that they clubs are long and consistent.

Overall first impressions, this is an excellent set for anyone who struggles to hit their irons consistently or any beginners looking for more distance from their 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.

With the premium price point, we wouldn’t be rushing out to get these irons unless you are due an upgrade and they are the best clubs for you after fitting.

The hollow body players distance iron market is quite competitive.

Titleist T400 Irons Selling Points

  • Large Chunky Irons – Long And Forgiving
  • Split Sole For Excellent Turf Interaction
  • Progressive Club Head, Sole And Hosel Sizes
  • Offset To Eliminate Slices
  • Strong Loft But High Launching
  • Ultra Thin, Forged Steel Face

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

Who Are The T400 Irons For?

The T400 Irons are for beginners and high handicappers that want the longest and most consistently straight clubs on the market today.

If you struggle to hit your irons straight consistently, these are going to be an excellent set of clubs for you to use.

Titleist T Series Family Of Irons

The T series of irons from titleist are progressive. The T100’s are for the players and have the smallest heads.

The T200’s are great for mid to low handicappers and the T300 and T400s are the most forgiving clubs you are going to find from Titleist right now.

Distance: 96/100

Accuracy: 93/100

Forgiveness: 95/100

Feel And Control: 86/100

Overall Score: 94/100

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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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