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Meet the modern tour iron - Everything you need to know about the Titleist T100

Titlelist T-100 Irons
Titlelist T100 Irons (Image credit: Titlelist)

Following on from our initial preview of the next generation Titleist T-Series irons, we're now diving deeper into each new model, starting with the T100.

Which golfer is the T100 aimed at?

According to Titleist, the T100 is 'for the better player who is looking for precision control and unrivalled feel from the TOUR’s most played model.'

“We worked hard to enhance feel and performance in T100. We're still starting with forging, we're still starting with dual cavity construction. However, this has been completely re-engineered. By strengthening the back bar of T100, we were able to carve out material in the heel, toe, and face to save weight. This gives us greater control over CG placement and results in a better feeling, more forgiving iron with tightened dispersion. With the CNC face milling process, now we have a more consistent face, more consistent grooves, which gives you more consistent spin and distance.”

- Marni Ines, Director, Titleist Irons Development, Golf Club R&D.

Chosen by more touring professionals than any other iron in the world, T100 irons have been in the bags of the world’s best since its introduction in 2019. Players such as Jordan Spieth, Cameron Smith, Justin Thomas, Max Homa, Will Zalatoris, Sungjae Im and Tom Kim are among the many players to trust T100 models in their iron setups.

Titlelist T100 Irons
Titlelist T100 Irons (Image credit: Titlelist)

What's the tech in the latest T100 model?

According to Titleist, "Improvements to the newest iteration of T100 are born out of the constant feedback and testing from some of the world’s best ballstrikers. A refined, forged dual-cavity construction in new T100 delivers a more solid feel at impact, and a new precision CNC face milling process results in more consistent contact and control."

Enhanced Feel: T100’s dual-cavity forged construction features an updated and enhanced back bar, producing an even more solid feel at impact. Informed by modal testing and tour input, the new models are tuned to provide the same sensation and stability desired by the world’s best from a well-struck shot.

Titleist T100 Technology
Titleist T100 Technology (Image credit: Titleist)

Better Tungsten for Better Flight: With the use of dense D18 tungsten and a 2000° aerospace brazing process, Titleist engineers have eliminated weld points to be ultra-precise with CG placement. The result: all the benefits of modern engineered performance with a solid forged feel. Refined for Greater Control: In addition to improvements in body construction, new T100 features a new precision CNC face milling process. Complimenting a subtle shift in CG, the process now delivers more control and consistency in ball flight, especially between the fairway and the first cut. Effortless Turf Interaction: Collecting input from both tour pros as well as Vokey Design grind experts, Titleist engineers were able to improve T100’s Variable Bounce Sole by smoothing and softening its trail edge. The result is a faster move through the turf, even after contact.

What shafts & grip can you get with the new T100?

Steel featured shaft: True Temper AMT Tour White

  • Ascending Mass Technology: 3g per club (106-130g)

  • Low launch, low spin

Graphite featured shaft: MCA Tensei White AM2

  • Ascending Mass Technology: 2g per club (94-108g)

  • Low launch, low spin

Grip: NEW proprietary Titleist Universal 360 Grip


  • $200 per club and $1,399 for 7-piece set (Steel)

  • $216 per club and $1,499 for 7-piece set (Graphite)