Pro shop / second hand set

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By simon w

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  1. Good morning all TT people.

    So I'm not 100% sure if I'm allowed to post this but I will ask the question.

    I on the look out for a second hand set of AP2's 714 or 716 stiff shaft standard length and lies.

    I've seen sets on second hand selling sites but I get the feeling some people still believe there old sets of irons are still worth £500/600 a set.

    I was wondering if any of you Titleist loves may know someone or have a set in a pro shop that they can put me in touch with?

    Kind regards


  2. Steve W

    Steve W
    Tooting, London

    I think you'll need to be a little more specific with your requirements on shaft. I'm assuming you want steel rather than graphite, but even with steel there will be a big difference in weight/bend profile/performance from shaft to shaft.

    For example, Nippon NS Pro 950 in stiff have a nominal weight of 97g but a Modus3 Tour 130 is approx 124g. The playing characteristics of each shaft are rather different as well as there being a big weight jump. Just an example to illustrate the fact that there is a big difference even within the same company.

    If you want a decent 2nd hand set, be specific and check Golfbidder for a steer on pricing.
  3. Thank you Steve I'm just looking for the standard stock shaft. Thanks again
  4. blair


    I will be selling my 716 AP2s in about 2 weeks. They are S300 AMT shafts with standard loft and lie. I hope to get about £200 for them as they are in average condition so I would say for a good set you would be looking at £300.
    Hope you find the set your looking for
  5. Be interested to have a look. Thank you. Add me up on facebook if you have it
  6. Robert

    wishaw, AE

    Have a look @ golf clubs for cash website mate , a few pros work in the shop if you need help
  7. Just had a nose on there and I've seen a little gem of a set so thank you
  8. Deno

    Hawthorne, NJ

    Good Luck Simon. Hope you post pics of your new set soon.

  9. Martin H

    Martin H
    Wokingham, Berkshire

    To be fair I think Titleist irons tend to hold their value much better than the competitors. I think this is down to the quality of the product and new models being released every 2 years.

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