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In-hand Photos of the Titleist 712 U (2, 3 and 4 Irons)



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. 

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

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Zak is the Editor-in-Chief of He's been a part of the company since 2011, when he was hired to lead GolfWRX's Editorial Department. Zak developed GolfWRX's Featured Writer Program, which supports aspiring writers and golf industry professionals. He played college golf at the University of Richmond (Go Spiders!) and still likes to compete in tournaments. You can follow Zak on Twitter @ZakKoz, where he's happy to discuss his game and all the cool stuff that's part of his job.



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  2. Alica

    Jan 10, 2013 at 9:31 am

    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!

  3. Birdman

    Nov 9, 2012 at 10:09 am

    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.

  4. Big Gun

    Nov 8, 2012 at 11:06 pm

    Tigers blade is much nicer dont you think? i guess that why Titleist just lost Rory… Oups! Hello world!

    • Little Gun

      Nov 12, 2012 at 3:03 am

      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.

  5. ConradMacDonald

    Nov 8, 2012 at 1:55 pm

    please bring these to retail… could really use one

  6. Brando

    Nov 8, 2012 at 1:00 pm

    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.

  7. Mark Burk

    Nov 8, 2012 at 9:55 am

    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.

  8. Mark Burke

    Nov 7, 2012 at 9:46 pm

    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.

    • Zooch

      Nov 8, 2012 at 9:43 am

      If you’re going to impersonate a homeless golfer, you should at least spell his name correctly… Nerd.

  9. Greg Capstick

    Nov 7, 2012 at 9:01 pm


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SPOTTED: New Callaway Forged irons… Apex or Legacy?



Photos of a new Callaway Forged iron popped up in our GolfWRX Forums, and our members are trying to figure out whether they’re going to be replacements for Apex Pro irons, or whether they’re an update on the Legacy series. They could also be X-Forged irons, but since Callaway recently came out with new X-Forged irons, that would be unlikely.

Here’s what GolfWRX Members are saying:

  • elwhippy: A new Legacy iron? Looks a bit Japanese shaped. 
  • mattTHEkatt: Like an X-Forged/Legacy Black mashup. They look powerful. 
  • DTown3011: …gotta be the next Apex!
  • J13: Pics look like a newer legacy black.
  • mgholda: Pics look like a newer legacy black.
  • TheMoneyShot: I thought Cally was going to phase out the Apex name after they released the MBs?
  • john443: A larger cavity in these then the X- Forged… competitor to the 750 and AP3 maybe? …or Legacy Black finally brought to retail…hallelujah. CF16 replacement???!
  • Equipto: These look very sharp, and like thumpers. I don’t care if they are a Legacy Black or Apex replacement, call them whatever… i’ll try them 
  • mrmikeac: Next gen Callaway Apex Legacy? Hmmmm…..
  • Brizam: The Legacy Black might be the best players cavity back ever made.  If they were to become available they’d move straight to the top of the list of clubs to buy for me. 
  • Jourdan M: This is the Apex Pro 

Here are photos of the new Callaway irons we spotted

Previous Apex Pro irons

Previous Legacy irons

Which one do you think the new iron looks like? 

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Wilson’s new FG Tour V6 RAW irons (yes, they will rust)



Wilson came out with its FG Tour V6 irons in 2016, but these new Raw versions have a different look… and with time, they’ll have a VERY different look.

The new FG Tour V6 Raw irons have an unplated finish, and they’re designed to “develop a unique patina based on age, exposure and use over time,” according to Wilson. This gives each iron a unique look, and one that’s far from the clean cut original FG Tour release that had a chrome finish (which won’t rust).

In addition to the rusting effect, the irons are different because they have a copper badge in the cavity that will eventually match the color of the golf club over time. Here’s a graphic mock-up of how the Raw irons may look overtime.

Like the original releases, the irons have tungsten weights and mass behind the impact area for a “forged feel” and “improved feedback,” according to the company.

The FG Tour V6 Raw irons are a custom option on, and are available through Wilson’s premium partner accounts as of today, Tuesday, June 19. According to Wilson, the Raw irons “are a very limited production run,” so only a certain amount of sets will even be built.


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Chief Engineer Chris Voshall on Mizuno’s approach to the Tour and some of the most insightful pros



Mizuno’s Chief Engineer Chris Voshall chatted with Johnny Wunder on the latest episode of the Gear Dive.

Voshall offers innumerable interesting anecdotes–particularly interesting is the development of the JPX 900 iron for Brooks Koepka and Voshall’s discussion of his work with other Tour talents.

In the excerpt below, however, Voshall discusses Mizuno’s approach to Tour players and further, whose feedback has proven particularly valuable.

“We’re not making them something special. If they’re coming to us, it’s because the product is that good…They come to us instead of us having to go to them…that’s one of the really exciting things.”

Voshall indicated that players on Tour play essentially the same Mizuno products that are available at retail.

“If the Tour van is out of inventory, they can reach out to us…and we’ll get them more heads. There’s nothing unique about what they’re playing, which I think speaks to the customer…you can almost not trust marketing around the whole world these days, but for us to say ‘there’s nothing different’…that’s something we really hang our hat on.”

With respect to excellent testers on Tour, Voshall sang Luke Donald’s praises, as well as Jhonny Vegas and Brian Gay.

“I love working with Luke. Luke, especially when you’re talking irons…turf interaction, that’s the thing he’s looking for. So with Luke, you’ve really got to speak to him about how it feels, how it enter, how it exits [the turf] and how that’s causing the ball to launch. You could give him the exact same head with a slightly different sole grind, and he will love or hate one versus the other. He’s really cool to work with on that front.”

“Jhonny Vegas…he’s raw power. He goes at it. He wants to slam the club into the ground as hard as he can and see where it goes. He very much on the opposite end of the spectrum as Luke, who’s very much an artist out there, trying to work it, trying to do different things.”

“One of my favorite guys to work with, even though he’s not on staff anymore, is Brian Gay. He knows his game. He knows equipment. Speaking to the fact that he’s been out on Tour as long as he has and has the wins he has with the length he hits the ball, it shows that he does not miss a shot. And he knows everything…when he makes a comment on a club, that’s the one that I take most serious.”

For the rest of Voshall’s insights and perspective, give the full podcast a listen below.

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