So what's in this 710 AP1 Titleist 710that wasn't there last year? Lots, actually. Like I said, there's nothing fundamentally different, but enough tweaks to bring some significant improvement to the clubs as a whole. I mentioned that the offset was reduced, but that's Titleist AP1 710not the only thing that's smaller. In a move sure to please lots of players, the top line is thinner, and the blade length is shorter.
The introduction of the new Tuned Feel System is said to improve both the sound and feel of the AP1AP1 710. The Tuned Feel System is, in a nutshell, a co-molded medallion of soft elastomer and aluminum plating. The aluminum and elastomer face combined with a larger rear cavity produce a hotter and more active face, leading to longer distance as well.
There were only two aspects of the AP1 Titleist ap2 710that I thought could have used improvement. The first of which was the shaft, but I still say to take that with a grain of salt, as preferences of that component differ so greatly from player to player. The other issue I had was with the durability of the chrome finish. After just a couple of rounds of normal play, I noticed a lot of weird scratches and streaks along the backs and the hosels, scratches that my other irons don't have. The more I paid attention to it, the more scratches I'd see accumulate. This hardly effects their ability to hit the ball well, and it's really not that big of a deal, just one I thought the potential buyer needed to be aware of.