Titleist 716 Irons & 816 Hybrids


GolfDiscount.com is proud to present the new lineup of Titleist 716 irons and 816 hybrids. Released biennially, Titleist has a wide range of offerings for players of all abilities. And, for the first time ever, Titleist has decided to release their hybrids at the same time as their irons, instead of with their woods. Utilizing tungsten weighting, Titleist has been able to create irons with a low CG for better launch conditions and club head speeds. Check out the new offerings for 2016, and find the irons that fit your game!

716 AP1 Irons


Their extremely popular Game Improvement and Players irons are back for 2016. The 716 AP1 Irons have a thin, fast face for increased ball speed and launch, along with a tungsten weight in the perimeter that increase MOI and lowers the CG for their longest and most forgiving irons yet.

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716 AP2 Irons


The 716 AP2 Irons are co-forged, and the most advanced Tour-proven Players irons Titleist has ever made. They create more speed by utilizing high density tungsten weights that position the CG low for a perfectly aligned impact.

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716 T-MB Utility Irons


If you are in need of a high launching, longer carry distance iron and prefer the look of a blade, and the forgiveness of a cavity back, the 716 T-MB has extreme tungsten weighting and a thin, fast face for more speed and a higher launch with lower spin, resulting in more carry distance.

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816 H1 & H2 Hybrids


No longer are the Titleist Hybrids called the H and Hd, instead there is the higher launching H1, and the more compact H2 that provides iron-like control from greater distances. The 816H1 offerings feature a relieved leading edge and Active Recoil Channel for greater turf interaction. Stop the ball closer to the pin with this high MOI design that provides more speed on off-center hits and produces a higher launch and steeper landing angle compared to long irons. The 816H2 features a compact profile and a slight offset for aggressive players who interact with the turf more on swings. Both models feature Titleist’s SureFit Tour hosel adjustments for loft and lie giving players the ability to precisely dial in their hybrids like never before.

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