Titleist 714 AP1 Irons
Titleist 714 AP1 Irons
714 AP1 Irons
Made to Greatly Define your Iron Shots
Precise iron play means controlling both trajectory and distance to stop your shot near the pin. Titleist AP irons are precision engineered for optimum flight and distance, with increased forgiveness to help you hit it close.
Advanced CG height progression creates higher launching long irons and flatter launching short irons for more carry distance with outstanding control. Precisely placed high density tungsten weighting in the long and mid irons produces higher MOI for consistent distance without sacrificing workability.
- Longer flight with optimum launch. More Carry distance from higher launching, low CG long irons and compact, flatter launching short irons
- Increased forgiveness from the deep, undercut, dual cavity design with high density tungsten weighting. More Distance on miss-hits with maximum ball speeds across the face from the high MOI design
- Solid feel through the set from the progressive CG (lower in the long irons). Smooth Turf Release from the camber sole with pre-worn leading edge
- Improved profile with progressive blade length, topline and sole widths. Superior Appearance with a satin polish playing position with bright polish cavity highlights
Titleist 714 AP1 Irons Expert Review
Written By: Bob Gomavitz
The 714 AP1s are Titleist’s longest and most forgiving irons. They feature a multi-material, dual cavity design, and a progressive game improvement chassis. Advanced CG height progression creates a higher launch in the long irons, and a flatter launch in the short irons. There is also a strategically placed tungsten weight in the long and mid irons that produces a higher MOI for consistent distance without sacrificing workability.
Who's It For?
I would have said in the past that Game Improvement irons are more for 18+ handicappers. Purists most likely will still walk by this section in the stores, but so be it. Now, pretty much any type of player can play this class of Game Improvement irons without hesitation, and there is one main reason. What held back the better players in previous years from using this class of iron was the hot spots, or jumpers as they’re called, which creates inconsistent distances from the same club number. The OEM’s have done a fabulous job correcting this issue with better technology in head and groove design.
With a simple, clean looking head, the 714 AP1s stayed true to the Titleist mold, but with a slightly larger, thicker head. The AP1s produce an AP2-type of ball flight, with a simple, solid feel that is very forgiving, even with mishits. There is no cavity “clicking” noise here, just a solid thud that we expect from Titleist irons. My ball flight was slightly lower than the other Game Improvement irons I tested, but nothing that concerned me. If you are looking for a clean, simple, classy Game Improvement head with great feel? Look no further.
Club Tested: 6-Iron; Shaft: True Temper XP95; Loft: 29°Read the 2015 Game Improvement Irons Guide