Check out the images we snapped at the 2012 Childen’s Miracle Network Classic of the Titleist’s 712U. The 2 iron, 3 iron and 4 iron are pictured. This model is currently “Tour Only,” but Titleist representatives said it could be brought to retail in 2013.

Click here for more discussion in the “Tour/Pre-release equipment” thread. 

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11 COMMENTS

  1. My brother suggested I might like this blog. He used to be totally right. This publish actually made my day. You cann’t believe just how much time I had spent for this information! Thank you!

  2. Looks like too much offset. I’m a titleist fanboy but after the disaster of the 910hd I bet they release this for another own goal. Callaway and Mizuno look far better offerings to me.

    • I dont think this driving iron is why they lost Rory…Yes Tigers blade is nice, but none of us will ever get our hands on that type of club unless its in a memorabilia section, much less bag it.

  3. I hope Titleist brings back the 2 iron as well and they will sell. Try to find a Titleist blade 2 iron on ebay they are rare and when they come up the old ones still go for $100.00 I have never found a hybrid i have loved or that i did not hit a mile in the air even with xstiff shafts. I prefer a 5 wood or a 2 iron. You dont have to be a tour player to hit a 2 iron, Like all these know it all club experts say. Hybrids have been around for years anyway they just renamed name for marketing purposes. go find your self a original Taylor made burner 5 wood 21 degree is not much different from todays hybrids. Or go find your self a well made driving iron 18 degree from the nineties funny how they look just like a 18 degree hybrid as they call them today. Remember Taylor Made Original rescue club that was probably the first hybrid. Hybrids can be a helpful club but the 5 wood and 2 iron still have there place in golf especially on tight tree lined holes when you don’t need driver, 2 iron off the tee is the way to go.

  4. I don’t know who Mark Burke is but he is ruining my good name. Now I have to clear my name on this website as well clear my name in the courts.

  5. Greg don’t worry about the driving irons you won’t be able to handle them anyways. Don’t tell me some bull about being a +3 handicap that swings over 115 and hits his hybrids 250 in the air and needs a driving iron to hit stinger cuts on windy days.

  6. YES!!!!, PLEASE RELEASE THIS DRIVING IRON I LOVE THEM, I CAN USE THE 2 DRIVING IRON FOR WINDIER CONDITIONS AND EITHER A 2 HYBRID OR 5 WOOD FOR NORMAL, PLEASE RELEASE THIS!!!!, MATCH MY NEW 712 MB’S IRONS

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