AP3 vs AP2

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By Grant V

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    Wednesday I got fit for Titleist AP3’s. I don’t know if it had anything to do with it but I hand’t played in a couple of months so it was a bit ugly. Right now I play AP2’s and I love them. When I tried out both clubs they both felt great but the AP2 went a little higher than the AP3. I don’t want to buy AP3’s just because I had a bad day, and I know it is all based on personal preference, but any ideas?

  2. Barry B
    Lake St Louis, MO

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    Since you seem to have had a questionable fitting session due to an extended off time, I would suggest making an effort to spend some time on the range, then go for another fitting session. Like you, I would want to be certain I was fit to a set of clubs when my swing was in good shape.
  3. Dale V
    Escondido, CA

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    I did two separate fittings a few weeks apart to help me lock in to my choice. I was torn between AP1 and T-MB. Test as much as you need to make sure you get it right.
  4. Rooster
    West Wareham, MA

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    I would say if you play AP2's now and love them. Stick with AP2's. You already have the confidence in them, why mess with success. For me I was playing AP1's so when I got fitted this fall. It showed I hit the AP3's decent. I said what the heck and went for it and ordered AP'3. This was a step up for me club wise (11.5 hncp). Figure next spring will crack single digits.. Enjoy you are right by the AP2's...
  5. Don O
    Madison, WI

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    Talk to your fitter to do a re-do after getting more practice. The AP3s do offer more forgiveness, if you don't regularly play at least weekly or more.
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    If you are happy with the way the AP2's you are playing why switch? Unless your looking for more forgiveness,stick with the AP2's. They wont let you down on performance. I find I hit the AP3's better but that's because they fit my game better.
  7. Matt B
    Columbus, OH

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    I would recommend a second fitting for a full iron set, you could have a combo set AP3/AP2 built. Starting the AP3 where you begin to struggle hitting solid shots. I have been thinking about this option???
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    Just switched from 716 AP2's to 718 AP3....Wow, much different feel and I love it. Ball flies about 4 yards further in the air, which gives me the distance and performance I was looking for. Don't get me wrong my AP2's were nice but I was always a yard or so short, great shots into plugged lies in greenside bunkers but now the clubs go the distance I want without swinging harder or going up a club....

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