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Titleist T300 Iron Set

Titleist T300 Iron Set

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Titleist’s new T300 Irons redefine the modern distance iron for the best players seeking distance, feel, and accuracy in an aesthetically pleasing shape.

Key Features:

  • Fast Speeds in Mid-Sized Modern Cavity Back - increases distance and control
  • Progressive Blade Lengths - for greater aesthetic and playability throughout
  • High-Density Tungsten - increases center of gravity position and stability for each specific iron
  • True Temper AMT Red Steel Shafts - progressively weighted for individualized optimal launch
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Tyler Monroe
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Apr 1, 2021

A great iron for mid-handicap players. The Max Impact Technology powers the fastest ball speeds spread around the face to gear mishits towards the center without sacrificing distance. In a mid-sized, fast cavity design, the T300 uses high-density tungsten to lower center of gravity and improve launch, a structurally supported thin face to increase ball speeds, and an increased bounce/camber to improve turf interaction and offset incorrect angles of attack. Smaller toplines and a more compact blade length than game improvement irons typically have, the T300 retains it's classic Titleist T style in a forgiving concept. Ascending Mass Technology (AMT) Red Steel Shafts gradually increasing 3 grams per shaft (95-107 grams) from long to short pinpoint shaft weights to compliment each iron capability and MCA Tensei AM2 Graphite shafts follow a similar pattern with 2 gram shaft changes ranging from 54 grams to 68 grams.

Brian Rashley
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Apr 1, 2021

The T-300 irons are good for all players looking for a more consistent distance and dispersion pattern. The lofts are a little stronger than a traditional set, meaning that 7 iron will be going a little bit further. Who doesn't like hitting shorter clubs into greens! Titleist also spent time developing the sound and feel through their newly designed cavity back. Put this all together and you have a great looking, sounding, and performing iron head. Plus Titleist releases new irons every two years so you don't need to worry about a new club coming out months after your purchase! Titleist also provides some really good stock options for shafts that match and maximize the playability of the club!

Mike Gormley
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Mar 31, 2021

Though gaining distance is the main focus on the T300, Titleist has also maintained their dedication to making a club that allows playability and maintains forgiveness in this model. Titleist has had their AP series of irons for years, and have shown that they don't change just for the sake of changing. So the total technological overhaul they did with the T-series is a great indicator of how good they feel about these irons.

Allan Browder
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Apr 11, 2021

Titleist made the T300 iron with a new technology called Max Impact. What this does is allow the club to get the maximum speed at impact, spread evenly across the face to ensure even your mishits will fly as far as some of your best hits with your AP3s. The longer blade length increases the MOI and the addition of the Tungsten weighting in the toe will make sure the Center of Gravitiy (CG) will be consistent throughout the face. All this to say theres a ton of tech that are 100% the upgrade from the previous model.

Brent Nafzger
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Apr 1, 2021

Titleist has really made some strides with the faces of their new irons. This one in particular with the added tungsten on the toe gives the iron more forgiveness by increaing the MOI. It will still have that great Titleist feel that we're all so used to. The polymer core that the added this year provides that cutting sound.

Andre Mercurio
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Apr 6, 2021

You will get more of the look and feel of a blade/forged iron compared to your current set while not losing any of the forgiveness or playability! Higher launch angles and more ball speed lead to the longer distances you are after!

Jonathan Bishop
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Mar 27, 2021

These are great for 12+ handicaps who strike the ball consistently and want to maintain if not add distance. Great improvement iron that will help you find the sweet spot of the club more frequently and eventually drop strokes.

Nathan Nguyen
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Mar 23, 2021

T300's are built to give players the maximum distance without reducing the 'sweet spot'. You will see a drastic improvement in the longer irons through not only distance but the consistency even when mishit.

Naby Damarputra
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Mar 26, 2021

Anyone can put these in their bags and play with confidence. Especially mid-handicapped players! Titleist offers more forgiveness with higher launching features to improve distance.

Austin Stillman
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Mar 6, 2021

A great option for someone who wants to have something in between a forgiving iron to help add distance as well as workability to shape shots.