The refinements found in the new T100 irons are the product of thousands of hours in the hands of Titleist Tour Pros. The #1 irons model on Tour for a reason - now with even more reasons to stay on top.
Available for fitting and custom order in Australian and New Zealand golf shops from August 26.
PRECISION CONTROL & UNRIVALED FEEL.
Improved turf interaction
Exceptional forgiveness in a Tour iron
Tour preferred looks
D18 density tungsten
New Tour-contoured sole
Brushed Chrome finish
“I don't know why anyone would play another iron.”
What You Need To Know
New Tour-Contoured Sole
By working with specific Tour Pros who are most attuned to sensing the ideal turf interaction, our engineers were able to produce a new variable bounce design that has been validated as our best-feeling ever.
Better Tungsten For Better Performance
Utilizing denser D18 tungsten weights and a 2000°F brazing process used in aerospace construction, our engineers were able to eliminate weld points and be even more precise with CG placement. Paired with the fully forged dual cavity T100 construction, you get modern engineered performance with a solid forged feel.
Refined for Greater Consistency
The new T100 face features a continuous cradle construction that creates a seamless striking surface and more uniform leading edge. The 4i-7i faces were redesigned to impart slightly more spin for improved shot-shaping and stopping power.
Based on player feedback we refined the optics of T100 at address to produce a cleaner, more confident look. With a thin topline, minimal offset, and compact blade length – finished in a matte Brush Chrome for reduced glare – it offers everything the world’s best envision in an iron.
The goal is simple: Nothing but total confidence with every club in your bag. Confidence that your clubs will perform exactly as expected and that you can execute every shot needed to lower your scores. Find your nearest fitting opportunity by clicking below.
It's a fact. Playing properly fit golf clubs will help you shoot lower scores. Try out this tool to start the iron fitting process. The next step is to conduct an on-course evaluation to see which irons ultimatley perform the best for your game.