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Titleist AP2

The Golf Monthly test team's Titliest 716 AP2 irons review, a traditional-looking iron offering forgiveness and distance control in a slimline package.

£117.00

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Titleist 716 MB irons

  Key technology Bladed or thin muscleback irons are never packed with huge amounts of technology but there are some new features worth mentioning here. The muscle in the back…

£117.00

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Titleist 716 CB irons

Key technology Titleist engineers have used a new co-forging technique to precisely place 55 grams of tungsten in the heel and toe (only in the 3 to 7 irons). This…

£117.00

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Titleist 816 hybrids review

Key technology Featuring the same ‘Active Recoil Channel’ as the previous 915 hybrid, this has been redesigned for better turf interaction while still offering high speed and low spin performance.…

£205.00

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Titleist 716 T-MB, Best Golf Hybrids And Utility Clubs 2017

Key technology Titleist engineers have again used high density Tungsten in the heel and toe to aid forgiveness. The hollow construction allows for a fast face insert that should help…

£169.00

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Titleist 915 drivers

Golf Monthly digital editor Neil Tappin tests two new driver models in his Titleist 915 drivers review

£379.00

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Golf Monthly Senior Staff Writer Paul O'Hagan tests the Titleist 714 AP1 irons

£93.00

Golf Monthly Senior Staff Writer Paul O'Hagan tests the Titleist Scotty Cameron GoLo 5 putter

£278.00

Golf Monthly Senior Staff Writer Paul O'Hagan tests the new Titleist Pro V1 ball

£51.00

Golf Monthly Senior Staff Writer Paul O'Hagan tests the new Titleist 913H hybrid

£197.00

Golf Monthly Senior Staff Writer Paul O'Hagan tests the new Titleist 913DT driver

£344.00

Key technology Both the NXT Tour and NXT Tour S are designed to provide low spin on shots with long clubs as well as control on approach shots with a…

£34.00