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2012 Popular clubs: AP1, AP2 irons and D3 driver 
By delia on Nov 22, 2012 09:02 AM
Titleist introduced a new generation the AP1 and ap2 712 irons. They deliver 'a modern ball flight, forgiveness and feel that serious golfers have come to expect.' Again, its drivers are also very welcomed by the public. Let's have a look at them:

The latest 712 Series AP1 and AP2 clubs represent another step forward in iron design, says Titleist general manager, Steve Pelisek, and are already in the hands of leading players on the PGA Tour including Nick Watney, Matteo Manassero and PGA Championship runner-up Jason Dufner.

In terms of looks, the latest titleist ap1 712 irons, aimed at 'the aspiring to skilled golfer' feature a new top line shape and progressively reduced blade lengths in the more traditional-looking short irons, while the AP2s ('for serious and skilled golfers') include a Tour-inspired square toe profile and reduced sole width for more precision in the short irons.

Hoey, who captured his European Tour hat-trick with a two-shot victory over fellow Titleist star Rory McIlroy at the Alfred Dunhill Links, posted a 22-under winning total at the Home of Golf. The 32-year-old from Ballymoney trusted a host of Titleist equipment, including the new titleist ap2 712 irons, which he used to great effect by finding 84.7% of the greens in regulation.

Na, who fired a stunning final-round 65 to win the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, ranked 12th in driving accuracy using the same big dog as Hoey - the Titleist 910-D3.

The 445cc titleist 910 d3 driver delivers longer distance through a technologically advanced head design with a responsive, fast face insert. The patented, innovative, SureFit Tour, dual-angle hosel provides precise, independent loft and lie adjustments to fine tune ball flight for more accuracy and control.

But the Las Vegas resident saved his best stroke for the dancefloor where he ranked first in putts per round, with an average of 27.

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