Titleist ap2 712 The Titleist AP2 Ironslook basically the same as the AP1, save for the obvious name change, the forged engraving identifier on the AP2 and the all-monochrome colour scheme (The AP1 has splashes of red). All in all, I find them both very good-looking, classic yet with a modern feel.
Cheap 913 D2 driver The Titleist AP2 712 irons feature a dual tungsten weighting in the sole of the club that accounts for 20% of the overal weight of the club head. This increases the MOI of the club by 7% without having to make the head longer, which means that it is very forgiving for its size and Titleist claim that it has a 6% smaller disperson than the previous AP2 model.
Titleist 913 D3 driver The concept for the original Advanced Performance irons arose as a result of research that indicated serious golfers want performance with great feel, not performance at the expense of feel. The Titleist R&D team's advanced research group has been conducting extensive sound and vibration analysis aimed at reducing the harsh lower frequency vibration that causes poor feel in irons. This research led to combining several technologies and materials in the back cavity of the new AP irons resulting in a new Tuned Feel System to take feel to a new level.
Cheap golf clubs These clubs do not really like to hit super-low shots though so hitting out from below a line of trees will require more work, but overall, if you can hit it, the Titleist AP2 712 will help you make it.