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Titleist T100  vs 620 CB irons – GolfWRXers discuss

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In our forums, our members have been discussing Titleist irons. WRXer ‘2ndCut16’, who is a 6.7 handicapper, is deciding between Titleist’s T100 and 620 CB irons, and reaches out to fellow members for their thoughts.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • lordemsworth: “I’m 6.5 index, and I really like the T100s. I for my swing, I take shallow divots, the pre-worn leading edge on the Titleists is great. For some reason, I found the T100 easier to hit (I have 718 CB in my backup bag) than the 620 CB. The T100s have a slightly thinner top line than the 620 CB – but there is nothing really in it. The biggest difference with the CB this year is they took the tungsten out of the 5, 6, 7 irons from the previous model. For me, the T100 is really a blend of the 718 AP2 and 718 CB – thinner top line, less offset threw the set, pre-worn leading edge. It is the best iteration of that club. Very happy with my set (I play with Modus 120 stiff and carry a 7 iron 158 yards). Others may be able to provide more direct comparisons.”
  • ProjectX: “To me, the most used iron on the PGA Tour is the T100. So if the pros are opting for the T100 over the 620 CB that should be an indicator of just how good that iron is. The 620s have tungsten in the 3-4 irons; the T100 goes all the way down to the 7 iron. So the pros seem to be opting for the higher MOI in the mid irons that the T100 provide.”
  • deejaid: “I’ve hit both and just ordered the 620 CB after being fit the other day. The T100 is probably a little more forgiving, so if you are on the fence about wanting a little more help, then that’s the way to go. As ProjectX said, the T100 is the most played iron on tour so that should tell you something. Me, I’m a contrarian, I still play persimmon woods, so I was looking for a classic forged look and wasn’t interested in a lot of tech. I don’t play in tournaments, and I’m not worried about length, I just wanted the more classic looking and constructed club. I got fitted into the CB’s with Project X 6.0 shafts. My 7-iron carry is 167, and the 3-iron is 215. I’m quite used to playing long irons as I play a lot of classic iron sets. For how I get enjoyment from the game, the 620 CB’s were the right choice for me.”
  • Matty01984: “It’s got to be the T100. The 620 CB’s are lovely, and you could hardly go wrong with them, but T100 fits more people more of the time. At address, you could honestly be using a blade. Add in a little more forgiveness than you would get otherwise then it has to be T100.”

Entire Thread: “Titleist T100 irons vs 620 CB irons”

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Gianni is the Assistant Editor at GolfWRX. He can be contacted at gianni@golfwrx.com. Follow him on Twitter @giannimosquito

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