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Used Titleist AP2 716 Forged 4-PW Iron Set - Stiff Flex - True Temper Dynamic Gold AMT S300 Steel ShaftTitleist AP2 716 Forged Iron Set

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Features & Specs

Men's Right-Hand Titleist AP2 716 Forged

4-PW Type, Stiff Flex, Standard Length, Standard Lie Angle

Steel True Temper Dynamic Gold AMT S300 Shaft

Description

The Titleist AP2 716 Forged irons deliver tour proven performance, looks and feel. These irons feature an advanced performance design with forged 1025 carbon steel, co-forged tungsten weighting in the heel and toe (3-7 irons) and a lower CG that is better aligned for impact and consistent speeds. The use of the tungsten moves weight to the perimeter increasing MOI for speed on off center hits offering more forgiveness. The Titleist AP2 716 irons are the most advanced, solid feeling and forgiving Tour played irons that Titleist has ever created.

Features

  • Co-Forged Construction
  • High Density Tungsten Weighting
  • Low CG

Reviews

Great irons great price

Review by Jeff, 8 months ago.

“I purchased these irons in “very good condition” and honestly they look like they may have 10 rounds in. I am 38 years old and this is my second set of irons. I played Ping Zing 2 irons since I was 17, Which I have had re-surfaced and gripped multiple times through the years. I played in Palm Springs this last spring and had these as rental clubs at Firestick. I shot 78 the first time out of the bag and realized what I was missing. Control, feel and consistency is what these irons have to offer. I feel them especially and surprisingly easy to hit even thru the long irons. Added about 10 yards to each club for my game. I am very pleased with my purchase and look forward to improving my game even more with these irons. ”

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Great value, great purchase

Review by Leon, 3 months ago.

“Bought titleist 716 ap2s in "very good" condition at a super sale price. Clubs received were in "mint like" condition showing only minimal use. Not sure they were ever hit outside of shop use. 3balls does it again. WOW. My first stop for all my golfing "wants".”

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Upgrade

Review by Jon, 4 months ago.

“Just a question or two, I play the Rocketballs tour irons pretty satisfied, but would like to try the Titleist AP2 irons would they be a upgrade from the Taylormade irons ? ”

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Replacing 714 AP2's

Review by Brad, 1 year ago.

“Just bought these at a great price. Can't wait to hit the course with them.”

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Market Overrun

Review by Rusty , 1 year ago.

“In a couple of weeks the new AP line will be out with dramatic changes. AP1is completely different and Titleist is adding an AP3. The 716 series will be flying off the shelves as vendors try to move old inventory at bargain basement pricing. My advice is wait for the the seasonal change. ”

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ANY PICTURES ACTUAL CLUBS

THERESA B.     2 years ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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Unfortunately, we do not have actual photos of our used clubs due to our extensive inventory. Everything is given a condition grading and then accurately described for what to expect from that condition within the product features & specs description details.

Christopher Wadwick     2 years ago     0 of 0 found this useful

What brand/model is the "no label" shaft?

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With no label on the shafts, we are unable to verify the brand and model. We are able to determine the flex based on the step pattern of the shaft.

Rudi Fann     2 years ago     0 of 0 found this useful

Are prices in US dollars

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