2023 Titleist T150 Irons Review

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2023 Titleist T150 Irons at the range

This is Golfer Geeks’ Titleist T150 Irons review.

I’m an avid golfer, 8ish handicap on my way to a 2 (been a 5.6) and frequent tester of golf clubs and equipment since 2015.

I played two rounds of golf, one range session, and one session on my golf mat with my launch monitor at home.

Summary: The Titleist T150 Irons are the Titleist T100 irons but half a club longer and a touch more forgiving. They look awesome. They feel awesome. They launch the ball quickly and at your target. And, you can play any shot your skill allows.

In this review of the Titleist T150 irons, I discuss my experience with the clubs, unique features and benefits, as well as customer reviews and potential alternatives. 

Highly Recommended
2023 Titleist T150 Irons
5.0
Pros:
  • Soft & Solid at Impact
  • Good Launch, Carry,Distance & Forgiveness
  • Great looking clubs
Cons:
  • Pricey
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Titleist T100S Irons Overview & Why You Should Consider Them

2023 Titleist T150 Irons 4-pw

The T150s are the 2023 version of the 2021 T100S irons – They’re 2 degrees stronger than the T100 irons and they’re a touch more forgiving.

They’re for good ball-striking low handicaps that want a little more distance and forgiveness but don’t want to sacrifice ANY playability or player-iron looks.

Why Consider the Titleist T150

2023 Titleist T150 Irons Toe & Sole view

As I said above, they do everything the T100 irons do and give you a little help on mishits and with distance. But, only a little. These are still legit player irons.

  • Feel and sound are superb.
  • Outstanding playability, consistency, and accuracy.
  • They still launch the ball easily with good trajectory and carry.
  • High-end premium low handicap iron looks.

Titleist T150 Iron Specs

ClubLoftAngleLength
422*61.5*38.5″
525*62*38″
628*62.5*37.5″
732*63*37″
836*63.5*36.5″
940*64*36″
PW44*64*35.75″

Set Tested – 4-PW Men Right Hand
Shaft: True Temper Project X LZ 6.0 Flex

Testing & My Experience with the Titleist T150 Irons

023 Titleist T100 Irons & Golfer Geek Face On

Didn’t have my best stuff for the T150s, but that didn’t affect my enthusiasm for them.

They look like premium low-handicap irons (because they are) and they play that way too.

Catch them solid and they’ll do anything you want. Miss them by a little and you’ll still be on or around the green. Likely half a club or a club short of your target…sometimes less.

I got around ok with them, but my swing was unreliable. One good swing followed by multiple not-good swings. Almost never two solid strikes in a row. Can’t blame the clubs, of course.

Still, I was in scoring position during my rounds. I’d have scored well if I had any help from my short game – I didn’t get that either.

For my money, these are the T100S irons I just finished tested with maybe a splash more forgiveness.

Review of the Titleist T150 Irons

The 2023 Titleist T150 Irons Set

Looks (A+) Gorgeous. Sleek, compact, minimal design elements.

Sound/ Feel (A) Solid, soft, and stable at impact.

Distance (A) As advertised. ~6 yards or half a club – longer than the T100s.

Forgiveness (A) They’re still for good ball strikers, but you have slightly more margin of error than the T100 irons.

Flight / Playability (A+) You can play all the shots. Or, just hit them high and straight.

Value (A) ~$200 club. The upper limit for premium low handicap irons.

Customer Reviews

Not much out there, but what there is is positive.

Who are the Titleist T150 Irons for?

Low handicaps (Yes) Perfect match.
Mid handicaps (Nope) I think you need to be a solid single-digit handicapper. Click here for better options.
High handicaps (No) Check here for better options.  

Potential Alternatives

Highly Recommended
Highly Recommended
Highly Recommended
5.0
5.0
5.0
~$186/club
~$200/club
~$171/club
Pros:
  • Consistent Distance, Launch, Carry & Accuracy
  • Premium Feel & Sound
  • Premium Looks
Pros:
  • Soft & Solid Feel
  • Accurate & Consistent
  • Great Launch & Trajectory
  • Player Looks & Profile
  • Can play any shot your skill allows
Pros:
  • Long & Forgiving
  • Improved Sound & Feel
  • Stable, Accurate & Consistent
Cons:
  • Nada
Cons:
  • Pricey
Cons:
  • Nada
Highly Recommended
5.0
~$186/club
Pros:
  • Consistent Distance, Launch, Carry & Accuracy
  • Premium Feel & Sound
  • Premium Looks
Cons:
  • Nada
Highly Recommended
5.0
~$200/club
Pros:
  • Soft & Solid Feel
  • Accurate & Consistent
  • Great Launch & Trajectory
  • Player Looks & Profile
  • Can play any shot your skill allows
Cons:
  • Pricey
Highly Recommended
5.0
~$171/club
Pros:
  • Long & Forgiving
  • Improved Sound & Feel
  • Stable, Accurate & Consistent
Cons:
  • Nada

Final Verdict – Titleist T150 Irons Review

Superb looks. Superb playability. Excellent launch, trajectory, and carry. They played exactly like the 2023 T100 irons I just tested but are half a club longer and a touch more forgiving.

Should you upgrade if you have the T100S irons?
No, I don’t recommend you do. I bet they’re marginally better in some respects, but the average buyer likely won’t notice the difference.

My #1 suggestion is to test before you buy. Either at your local golf store or take advantage of Global Golf’s Utry trial program. I use it and recommend it. 

Thanks for checking out our Titleist T150 irons review and let us know how they work for you

Highly Recommended
2023 Titleist T150 Irons
5.0
Pros:
  • Soft & Solid at Impact
  • Good Launch, Carry,Distance & Forgiveness
  • Great looking clubs
Cons:
  • Pricey
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I'm an avid golfer of 30 years, an 8ish handicap on my way to a 2 (been a 5.6), and frequent tester of golf clubs and equipment since 2015.