Titleist T200 Irons Review

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The T200 irons are aimed at the mid-range handicapper that needs help with ball speed and distance, but doesn’t want to sacrifice the traditional looks they’ve come to expect from Titleist. These irons are engineered to help golfers gain more distance while providing maximum forgiveness.  For those reasons, Titleist has branded the T200’s as their “Tour Distance Iron”. While Tour Players like Jordan Spieth have put T200 long irons in their bag, the set is really meant for the average weekend warrior who knows enough to be dangerous, but struggles hitting their irons consistently. If you’re looking for an iron that allows you to control distance and trajectory, and work shots both directions, the T200’s might not be your best choice. 

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Last updated on August 12, 2022 8:46 pm

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This is one of my favorite times of the year.  I think it is for most golfers because it’s when all the major manufacturers unveil their latest equipment.  And if we’re lucky enough, we get to try it out!

Just last week I got a sneak peak at the new Titleist T200 irons, and man was I impressed!  Titleist calls this line of irons their “Tour Distance Iron”.  The club looks great in every way possible, and it lives up to the high standard we’ve all come to expect from Titleist. 

Off we go.

Key Features

  • COR SUP10 L face maximizes feel and responsiveness.
  • Tungsten weighting in the heel and toe increases MOI for more forgiveness.
  • Mass Impact Technology and an enhanced polymer core improve ball speed on off-center strikes.

Who Should Buy the Titleist T200 Irons?

The T200 irons are aimed at the mid-range handicapper that needs help with ball speed and distance, but doesn’t want to sacrifice the traditional looks they’ve come to expect from Titleist. 

These irons are engineered to help golfers gain more distance while providing maximum forgiveness.  For those reasons, Titleist has branded the T200’s as their “Tour Distance Iron”. 

While Tour Players like Jordan Spieth have put T200 long irons in their bag, the set is really meant for the average weekend warrior who knows enough to be dangerous, but struggles hitting their irons consistently. 

If you’re looking for an iron that allows you to control distance and trajectory, and work shots both directions, the T200’s might not be your best choice.

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Titleist T200 Irons Detailed Review

Design and Technology

The new T200 irons build on the success of the previous generation.  Even though they don’t look dissimilar from the previous model, there’s a lot going on that you don’t see.

Titleist has always been about classic looks and design.  It’s clear that was a top priority in the new T200 irons.  Compared to the previous line, the blade is shorter and the top line thinner. 

D18 tungsten weights are positioned in both the heel and toe of the club to shift the CG to a precise location within the clubhead to optimize launch conditions. 

Multi-material construction and a hollow body help golfers achieve maximum distance, even on mishits.  Critical in this design is Max Impact technology that features an enhanced-polymer core.  L-Face inserts are forged and provide exceptional feel and sound. 

In the back of the T200 irons is an Engineered Muscle Plate that’s designed to help improve acoustics and reduce vibrations for the quality sound and feel. 

While it might seem like there’s nothing too earth-shattering or revolutionary in these irons, you can rest assured Titleist has taken what’s already been proven to work and made it better.

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Titleist T200 Irons Review
Titleist T200 Irons Review

The T200 irons are aimed at the mid-range handicapper that needs help with ball speed and distance, but doesn’t want to sacrifice the traditional looks they’ve come to expect from Titleist. These irons are engineered to help golfers gain more distance while providing maximum forgiveness.  For those reasons, Titleist has branded the T200’s as their “Tour Distance Iron”. While Tour Players like Jordan Spieth have put T200 long irons in their bag, the set is really meant for the average weekend warrior who knows enough to be dangerous, but struggles hitting their irons consistently. If you’re looking for an iron that allows you to control distance and trajectory, and work shots both directions, the T200’s might not be your best choice. 

Innovation
9.1
Performance
9
Design/Sound/Feel
9
Value
9.3
PROS
  • Clean modern look inspires confidence at address.
  • Added tungsten weight in the toe and heel increase MOI and forgiveness which makes your mishits more playable.
CONS
  • Some players prefer the look of the Titleist T-10e0 irons.
  • Price point is quite high.
  • Not the best option for advanced players that like to hit a wide variety of shots.

Specs

The Titleist T200 set makeup consists of a four-iron through pitching wedge, as well as a 48-degree gap wedge. 

Stock steel shaft options are the True Temper AMT Tour White, Black, and Red, as well as the Project X LZ.  Graphite options are Mitsubishi Tensei AV White AM2, AV Blue AM, and AV Red AM2.  Shaft flexes range from ladies’ flex to extra stiff depending on the shaft.

The stock grip is the Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 White Flap Cap.

Our Experience

As I mentioned in the opening, the T200’s are sexy looking irons, especially since they fall into the mid-handicap or game improvement category where clubheads can get big and bulky.  I loved the thin top line and clean profile when I set the club down behind the ball. 

From a performance standpoint, I was impressed by their responsiveness and feel.  While a lot of game improvement clubs can sound and feel hard, these felt soft yet solid.  That’s due in large part to the forged face.

Compared to last year’s model, these irons seem like they’re longer in terms of shot distance.  While it was comparable for me, every little bit of added yardage helps. 

My ball flight was consistently high (a good thing), but my ability to hit cuts and draws wasn’t as apparent as other Titleist irons. 

Overall, I came away very impressed with the T200 irons.  I expect them to be a hot-ticket item this year in the iron category.

Conclusion

It’s no secret why golfers far and wide are such big fans of the Titleist T200 irons.  They incorporate all the same technology and design characteristics that made the previous model so popular, just with more advancements. 

For as long as anyone can remember, Titleist has churned out one quality product after another.  The T200’s are no exception.  If you’re looking to take your iron game to the next level and demand clubs that are engineered to deliver on every front, the Titleist T200 might be just what need.  

 

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Specification: Titleist T200 Irons Review

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1030117-04

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