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Titleist Iron Selector

Find the best iron for your game.

Answer 6 questions
to get your recommendation.

Question 1/6
What is your preferred
look in an iron?
Question 2/6
How far do you hit
your 7-iron?
<100
>200
150 yards
Question 3/6
What is the longest iron you are confident in playing?
Question 4/6
What type of divot do you normally take?
Question 5/6
What is your
preferred ball flight?
Low
High
Question 6/6
What is most important
to you in an iron?

Iron Recommendation

Alternative Recommendation

The Modern Tour Iron. Played by more touring professionals than any other iron in the world.

The Faster Tour Iron. The T100s iron engineered to be 2-degrees stronger, longer and faster.

The Tour's Distance Iron. The perfect combination of Shape, Size, Feel and Performance.

The Ultimate Game Improvement Iron. High, Far and Forgiving.

A players' improvement iron offering the most forgiving Titleist experience to launch it higher and farther.

A sleek, true 1-piece forged cavity back that delivers a traditional player's look and feel.

True 1-pieced forged muscle-back irons designed for the purest shotmaking possible.

Compare Recommendation

T100
Type:
Players
Available Irons:
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, P, W
6 Iron Loft:
34°
Launch:
Low
Mid
High
Performance:
Workable
Forgiving
Best For:
The better player who wants the iron used by the most touring professionals around the world.
T100•S
Type:
Players Distance
Available Irons:
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, P, W
6 Iron Loft:
32°
Launch:
Low
Mid
High
Performance:
Workable
Forgiving
Best For:
The player who wants the exact look & feel of the most played Tour iron but wants to hit it farther.
T200
Type:
Players Distance
Available Irons:
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, P, W
6 Iron Loft:
31°
Launch:
Low
Mid
High
Performance:
Workable
Forgiving
Best For:
The player who wants distance help, without sacrificing looks, feel, trajectory, or stopping power.
T300
Type:
Players Improvement
Available Irons:
4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, P, W, W2
6 Iron Loft:
29°
Launch:
Low
Mid
High
Performance:
Workable
Forgiving
Best For:
The player who wants high launch, long distance, and forgiveness they can count on.
T400
Type:
Game Improvement
Available Irons:
5, 6, 7, 8, 9, P, W, W2, W3
6 Iron Loft:
26°
Launch:
Low
Mid
High
Performance:
Workable
Forgiving
Best For:
Players with moderate swing speeds, or anyone seeking effortless distance and forgiveness.
620 MB
Type:
Tour
Available Irons:
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, P
6 Iron Loft:
35°
Launch:
Low
Mid
High
Performance:
Workable
Forgiving
Best For:
The golfing purist.
620 CB
Type:
Tour
Available Irons:
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, P
6 Iron Loft:
35°
Launch:
Low
Mid
High
Performance:
Workable
Forgiving
Best For:
Players who are looking for a classic player’s shape and feel, that offers playability and precision.
Progress
Why is this important

The shape and look of the iron not only instills confidence at address, but allows the club to interact through the turf the way the player wants.

While fitting at Titleist, we use a golfer's iron ball speed to help determine set make-up. Understanding how far a player hits their 7 iron is a great starting point for us to help determine the right iron model as well as set make-up. Adjacent irons in a set should have 5 mph of difference in ball speed between each club and produce landing angles above 45°. When we see a ball speed difference drop below 5 mph, we either change the iron chassis/loft or select a hybrid to replace the iron with a small speed gap.

Our iron fitting goal is to ensure we provide the player with the best iron model, specifications, and set make-up to optimize the 3D’s of iron flight – Dispersion, Distance, and Angle of Descent. Understanding the longest iron you are confident in playing helps us with model and set make-up recommendations.

Having an understanding of a player’s divot type (whether deep or shallow), helps us get a feel for the players angle of attack and provide insight into which iron model sole design might provide the best performance.

Knowing a player’s preferred ball flight (low, mid, high) helps us in the process to select the iron right chassis.

A Titleist iron fitting is more than determining your specs – it’s about learning a players goals and which shots you need and finding the right clubs to hit those shots.

Why we’re making this recommendation for you
MPI: 93%
Match Performance Indicator:

is the percent that this club fits your requirements based on your answers.

Divot Depth - Shallow

Shallow attack angle, minimal to no divot.

Divot Depth - Deep

Steeper angle of attack, full divot.

Forgiveness

Refers to design, technology, and construction elements of a golf club that help optimize distance, launch, and dispersion on off-center strikes.

Workability

For the player that demands the ultimate in trajectory control and shot-shaping.

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