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Titleist AP1 716 Gap Wedge in New ConditionTitleist AP1 716 Wedge

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You can earn 125 yards with this purchase!

Features & Specs

New Condition Men's Right-Hand Titleist AP1 716

Gap Wedge Type, 52° Loft, Regular Flex, Standard Length, 0° Bounce, Standard Lie Angle

Graphite Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage TiNi 65 Shaft


Headcover Included : Yes

Tool Included : No

Grip Included : Yes

Style : 522RGRW2

SKU : 1035195-AAC-1B7-AB5


The Titleist AP1 716 irons are designed with tour proven technology, appeal to a wide range of golfers and are the most playable and forgiving iron that Titleist produces. They feature maximum distance from the 360° undercut cavity which creates a thin, fast face for an increase in both speed and launch. The high density tungsten weighting plays a dual role in the AP1 716 by offering maximum forgiveness and even more distance. The use of the tungsten moves weight to the perimeter increasing MOI for speed on off center hits offering more forgiveness. It creates more distance by lowering the CG and allowing for stronger lofts to create even more speed and distance. The Titleist AP1 716 irons are the longest and most forgiving Titleist iron ever.



Review by Jon P, 1 year ago.

“46/52/58 wedges allows you to have one more hybrid”

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I just bought a set of these irons and it came with a pitching wedge that has a 43 degree loft and wedge that has a W on it and I'm guessing it's a 47 dredgers. Is this club a W11 shown on the Titleist website cause y'all are showing the loft at 52degrees. I thought it would have W2 on it. If it does I will buy it. Thanks

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