You can pick up a good condition set of Titleist 714 or 716 CB irons for about $400, which is a 1/3 of the price of the T series irons. Titleist T100S Irons. Compared to the T200 however which is the next iron up in the T-Series, my dispersion was less consistent. FIRST LOOK: Titleist releases T100S, T200 irons in limited black finish By: Jonathan Wall August 13, 2020 Titleist's T100S is one of two irons to receive the black PVD treatment. To break them in I played 5 rounds at the various courses at Bandon Dunes a week after the US Amateur. Tour-refined sole shape (same as in T100) features a thin topline, minimal offset and enhanced camber for improved turf interaction. T100•S irons meet the need for a fully forged Player’s Iron that plays stronger to produce greater distance. It's everything you would expect from a forged Titleist iron. If you can see the 2 degrees difference in loft strength than you have better eyes than me. The clubs were definitely a step up from my Apex Pros. It has the same compact body, a thin topline and a narrow sole. FOR EVERY PLAYER - From the Tour's best to the best in your foursome, Titleist irons are designed to help discerning players at every level go lower than ever before. Simple findings really - the further I hit it, the more chance I have of hitting it off target. What does this mean? The best way to describe the new T100-S irons from Titleist is: More speed, stronger flight, same package. The all-new Titleist T100S Irons are built to the very highest technical standards as you would expect from one of the leading golf manufacturers in the world. The weight placement was adjusted to decrease the center of gravity to ensure enough height on iron shots. New fully-forged dual cavity construction provides precise distance and control. The technology and construction behind the Titleist T100 irons delivers Tour-like performance, both in terms of shot workability and feel, in a shallow cavity design. Everybody good? Last year they introduced three new irons models in the T-Series range: the T100, T200 and T300. Both T100S and T200 Black are available in 4-PW, W(48°). Now Titleist has readdressed the situation with the T Series. On dry, links turf - you may struggle a little with the T400 but you'll have no worries with the T100S. As a result, we like to recommend similar options for a fraction of the price. The AP line from Titleist is no more. The center of gravity was adjusted (lowered) so that you don’t hit stingers all day. The leading edge would dig a lot more and the club wouldn't feel anywhere near as good. It looks special. It won’t help your scores in the short term, but it will teach you how to be a better ballstriker in the end. Super sharp and professional looking. I then took my custom fitted irons for a spin, on course at Houldsworth Golf Club to see if the the T100S had added benefits over the T100 in real life scenarios. Designed to help better players gain the distance they need to score lower, the T100-S Irons are forged with 2° stronger lofts than the T100Irons for … You be the decision maker on whether that is a good thing or not... My extensive indoor testing of the T-Series irons range and the T100S range in particular, gave me the kind of results I was expecting from this new iron. By using a co-forging process, Titleist fused tungsten into the head of the mid and long T100 irons to boost stability. Replaced my old 913 hybrids and 3 wood and 915 Driver. I really like the workability of these players irons. Titleist T100S irons provide a distance option for better players Titleist’s T100S irons serve as proof that the company is quickly catching on to the players distance iron category. The ball stopped within a few feet on the green with the T100S compared to a few yards with the T400.