Saturday, March 25, 2017

Titleist Releases Limited Edition 716 AP1 Smoke Irons

The maximum distance and maximum forgiveness of Titleist 716 AP1 irons can now be experienced in a sleek new finish: Limited Edition Smoke. 

 

The Smoke finish is a test run because many golfers have been asking for it.  There's been a gravitation to darker finishes in the Vokey SM6 wedges, and the smoke finish in the 716 AP1 irons will make the club look smaller at address. 

It's great for players who want all the benefits of a game improvement iron, but want to look down at a slim and compact iron. 

Titleist 716 AP1 Smoke Irons Details 

• Limited to 500 sets, the 716 AP1 Smoke irons feature a rich, dark, durable PVD coating, when applied to the high-polish stainless steel of 716 AP1 creates the appearance of a more compact blade length and thinner top line at address.  The darker finish also helps to reduce glare that might reflect off the irons on bright days. 

 

• The Limited Edition Smoke finish on 716 AP1 was inspired by golfer feedback based on the growing popularity of the Jet Black and Steel Gray finishes available on Vokey SM6 wedges (Jimmy Walker recently switched to a Jet Black finish on his SM6's). 

• The 716 AP1 is superior game improvement iron that helps players hit the ball further with the proper trajectory to stop the ball on the green and maintain that performance even on off-center hits. 

• An extreme 360ยบ undercut cavity design with a large, thin, unsupported face delivers speed and launch for maximum distance, while the high-density tungsten weighting provides maximum forgiveness. 

 

716 AP1 technology results in the best combination of low CG and high MOI in the game-improvement category, helping golfers improve their iron play by hitting the ball farther with the proper flight to stop the ball closer to the pin more consistently. 

Golfers can get fit for 716 AP1 irons by seeing a Titleist Certified Fitter.  To locate the Titleist fitter nearest you, visit Titleist

The 716 AP1 Limited Edition Smoke irons are available beginning March 24 in the U.S. only, at the same cost as the original 716 AP1 high-polish finish.

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