T200 Offset

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By Bradley C

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  1. Bradley C

    Bradley C
    Hendersonville, TN

    Has anyone seen the offset specs for the T200 irons? I looked at the specs on the Titleist site and couldn't find the numbers. I am wanting to upgrade from my current irons (Rogue Pros) and want something with a little less offset. Any help is appreciated.

  2. Yes, I was wondering why Titleist did not put the off-sets in the spec's section, where can someone find out what the off-sets are on the T series?
  3. Barry B

    Barry B
    Lake St Louis, MO

    I don't know when the web site will be updated with the T series iron specs, but this link includes the specs for 718 AP series irons:

    www.titleist.com/.../specifications

    I would think that the offset numbers for the T200s will be very similar to the AP3 numbers.
  4. Jason R

    Jason R
    Tomball, TX

    Bradley C said:

    Has anyone seen the offset specs for the T200 irons? I looked at the specs on the Titleist site and couldn't find the numbers. I am wanting to upgrade from my current irons (Rogue Pros) and want something with a little less offset. Any help is appreciated.

    I can’t speak to the offset measurements but I have seen and been fitted for T200 irons and the offset looks very minimal to me. The top line looks slimmer than the AP3 as well. I was told by my rep that Titleist tested offset rigorously while developing the T series irons and said they found offset didn’t have as much effect as previously thought. So I believe the offset on the entire T series has been toned down.
  5. Bob H

    Bob H
    Payson, AZ

    4 iron = 4.1; 5 iron = 3.7; 6 iron = 3.4; 7 iron = 3.1; 8 iron = 2.8; 9 iron = 2.5; PW = 2.2; and GW = 2.0

    These are millimeters
  6. What kind iron be best for I need offset I’m a 18 handicap
  7. Don O

    Don O
    Madison, WI

    An 18 handicap is only part of the story. How well you strike irons is the more important factor. How often do you miss fairways off the tee? How many 3-4 putt holes do you have in a round?

    A Titleist fitter could start with the T-300 irons after seeing how you do with your current irons. But that person will know better than any of us amateurs in a forum.

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