When does Titleist release new clubs?

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By Dan W

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  1. I quit playing golf @14 years ago (couldn't take all the slow play). I've started playing again last year. I used to could tell when new Titleist clubs were going to be released just by the club names, 714, 716, but things have changed.

    Could somebody please let me know what cycle Titleist is on now? Do they still release new irons on even numbered years? Drivers, woods, hybrids on the odds?

  2. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    Typically every two years alternating between irons and woods. With the new naming convention, yes, it will be a bit more difficult to quickly track legacy clubs to their release date but most folks here will remember. TS woods had a bit of a gap between the main TS2/TS3 and the recent announcement to release TS3/TS4 versions. Concept irons have been added in between iron set releases. Next generation of irons will have a completely different numbering system as indicated by recent announcements of the T100 but 620MB and 620CB appear to keep the old "20 for 2020" naming. Historical release dates have usually been the fall of the previous year a club is numbered (718's released in the fall of 2017).
  3. Don O

    Don O
    Madison, WI

    Apparently the AP irons are being differentiated from 620 CBs and MB. T100-T400 will apparently replace (in order) AP2, AP3, AP1, and another game improvement additional iron (T400), sort of corresponding to the TS1 driver. All the iron lines should be released this fall. Unless the T400 is delayed like the TS1 and TS4 were delayed from the TS2/3 introduction. This is from rumors/pictures posted on sites like GolfWRX and not by Titleist.
  4. Richard A

    Richard A
    St Neots, Cambs

    I have a fitting coming up soon at the Titleist Fitting Centre at St Ives
    Can’t wait to try out these beauties
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