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shina00
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# Posted: 12 Oct 2011 08:21
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Titleist always tend to make the golf clubs for the better players, its old 2010 AP2 Irons has been favored by many famous players, cheap golf equipment such as Nick Watney who as already captured the Buick Invitational, finished 2nd at the WGC-CA Championship and T4 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. The golfers who know the Titleist AP irons may know that the AP irons come with a mission that is provide the "Advanced performance you can feel " to all the golfers. And the old 2010 AP2 had finished their mission and had provide the excellent performance to golfers, now the new AP2 712 irons come,ping g15 can they provide the better performance ?

Like the 2010 AP2 irons, Titleist AP2 712 irons also come with the "advanced performance you can feel" , but the new AP2 push this mission to a new height, because the new irons perform better on the golf course.titleist 910 Titleist explains that the new AP2 712 irons have been maden by the most advanced multi-material which can deliver the perfect distance control through increased moment of inertia and also can offer the outstanding solid feel. Titelsit also improve the control and turf interaction of the AP2 712 irons through reducing the sole bounce and adding a smaller sole width on the 8-iron, 9-iron and PW.In addtion, titleist ap2 the AP2 712 also have a larger area of the face, so it can bring the more consistent ball speed to golfers.All in all, everything about the new Titleist AP2 712 irons seem to be better than the old 2010 AP2, so if you want to get more performance, try the new one !

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