Best Titleist Irons

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This is Golfer Geeks’ review of the best Titleist irons on the market in 2023.

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

It’s been my pleasure to play and practice with all Titleist irons on this page – plus a few older models. I haven’t found a week link in their entire lineup yet. (And I don’t expect to with their 2023 models)

They’re not flashy and there isn’t a whole bunch of fanfare around Titleist clubs, but they consistently make exceptional irons.

In this best Titleist irons review, we discuss, the benefits and features of each and our recommendations.

Our Pick for Best Titleist Irons in 2023

  1. 2021 T100 Irons (Best for Scratch to 8ish handicaps)
  2. 2021 T100s Irons (Best for Scratch to 8ish handicaps)
  3. 620 CB Irons (Best for Scratch to 6ish handicaps)
  4. 2023 T200 Irons (Best for 3ish to 10ish hadicaps)
  5. 2021 T200 Irons (Runner Up for 3ish to 10ish handicaps)
  6. 620 MB Irons (Best for Scratch to 3ish handicaps)

Best Titleist Irons Reviewed

2021 Titleist T100 Irons

Highly Recommended
2021 Titleist T100 Irons
5.0
Pros:
  • Exceptional Feel
  • Accurate & Consistent
  • Great Launch & Trajectory
  • Player Looks & Profile
Cons:
  • Zilch
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The 2021 T100s are our best Titleist Irons for scratch up to about 8ish handicaps.

What we like:

  • Absolute eye candy in the bag and in your hands.
  • Good distance with a splash of forgiveness.
  • Launch easily with high trajectory when I made good contact. (I’m a high ball hitter)
    • But, can be flighted and shaped as your skill allows.
  • Excellent feel and stability through impact.
  • Accurate and consistent

What we don’t like:

  • Not a thing.

I played the 2021 T100S irons before I played these. So, I figured they’d be money.
My swing was not in shape for my range session or my first round with them. But, I managed to make good contact a few times and got to experience some of their capabilities.

You can get around ok if your swing is off with the T100 irons, but you don’t want to live there.

My second round (9 holes the next day) my swing was much more consistent and I got to see what they really could do. I hit quite a few darts with my normal high trajectory with a tight little draw.

Bottom Line – Almost the perfect low handicapper iron in my opinion. You’ll love them if you can handle them.

2021 Titleist T100S Irons

Highly Recommended
Titleist T100S Irons
5.0
Pros:
  • Consistent Distance, Launch, Carry & Accuracy
  • Premium Feel & Sound
  • Premium Looks
Cons:
  • Nada
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Titleist T100S irons are next on our list of best Titleist irons and are playable for scratch to about 8ish handicaps.

They’re the most refined and true tour-level player iron that offer a little help with distance and launch.

What we like:

  1. Good distance true to their lofts. They’re not just longer than standard-loft irons, they’re reliably long for exceptional scoring accuracy. The lofts are 2-degree stronger from pitching wedge through 6-iron. The 5-iron is 1-degree strong at 25 degrees and the 4-iron is standard loft at 22 degrees.   
  2. Soft and solid feel at impact. Exactly what you want from a premium player iron.
  3. Just a hint of forgiveness.
  4. Compact and elegant clubhead & clean lines. (My images don’t do them justice)

What we don’t like:

  • Nada

I’ve tested the 620 CBs and 620 MB irons from Titleist, so I know how their low handicap irons feel and perform – Exceptional.

The T100S irons were no different. Some clubs just stand out the second you look at them. They look premium and refined like serious thought and effort went into making them.

So, I expected greatness and got greatness from these irons.

They’re not the most forgiving, but they’re not supposed to be. They’re legit tour-level irons. That being said, I didn’t find them overly punishing on minor mishits.

The lofts aren’t as jacked as most player performance irons, but that didn’t hold them back. I think they play probably half a club longer than their stated loft.

Customer Reviews: Titleist doesn’t collect reviews, but everything I’ve read on the clubs themselves is 100% positive.

Recommendation: The T100S irons are your choice for a refined feel and performance with a little help with distance.

Titleist 620 CB Irons

Best Player Cavity Backs
Titleist 620 CB Irons
5.0
Pros:
  • Exceptional Feel & Performance
  • Classic Elegant Titleist Design
  • Surprisingly long
  • Scoring MO-chines
Cons:
  • Nada
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The 620 CBs are next on our list of best Titleist irons and are playable for scratch up to about 7ish handicaps.

What we like:

  1. They perform precisely how you expect premium low-handicap irons to perform.
  2. They launch quick with high trajectory and better-than-expected carry numbers.
  3. They’ve got a splash of forgiveness that makes them very playable for mid single digit handicaps with strong ball striking.
  4. They are gorgeous. Must see in person to appreciate.

What we don’t like:

  • Nada

This is the second set of Titleist irons I’ve ever tested. The first was the T200s from a few years ago, which I loved. So, I had high expectations for the 620 CBs. They were exceeded. 

Online images don’t do justice to how beautiful these irons are. From their minimal, elegant design to their perfectly sized compact head. Titleist knows how to do player irons. 

I loved them on the range and I loved them on the course. The long irons are a bit much for me, but you can order any iron combo you want. So, no worries. I play hybrids starting with 4-hybrid anyway. 

Bottom Line – Exceptional player irons good for scratch on up to about 7 handicaps.

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2023 Titleist T200 Irons

Best Players Distance Option
2023 Titleist T200 Irons
5.0
Pros:
  • Gorgeous Refined Look
  • Long & Forgiving
  • Fly High & Straight but Workable
  • Good Sound & Feel
Cons:
  • Pricey
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The 2023 T200 irons are next on our list of best Titleist irons. They are “player distance irons” and we think they’re playable by 3ish handicaps up to about 10ish handicaps.

What we like:

  • Oustanding upgraded premium design.
  • Great feel and sound through impact.
  • Quick launch & high trajectory with good contact, but can be flighted and worked either way if that’s part of your game.
  • Good distance and a splash of forgiveness.
  • Accurate and consistent.

What we don’t like:

  • The price…kind of.

I just finished my review of the 2021 T200s (a little late, I know). So, I was fortunate to be able to get my hands on the 2023 T200s so quickly.

The playability of the new 2023 T200s is outstanding, much like the 2021s. But, the new design is to die for. They must have decided it was time for a serious upgrade and they done it good. They look premium and remind me of the T100s. In fact, all T-Series irons got an upgraded design.

You can check out our full review for more details, but you have to give these a try to at least see what I’m talking about.

Bottom Line – Superb player distance irons serious eye candy. Must be on your list to try if you’re in the market.

2021 Titleist T200 Irons

Runner Up Players Distance
2021 Titleist T200 Irons
5.0
Pros:
  • Compact Heads & Player Look
  • Long & Forgiving w/ superb feel
  • Easy to elevate w/ long carry
  • Consistent & Accurate
Cons:
  • Nada
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The 2021 T200s are next on our list of best Titleist irons and are playable for 3ish handicaps up to about 10ish handicaps.

What we like:

  • Compact heads and “player” look.
  • Great feel and sound through impact.
  • Quick launch and high trajectory with the ability to flight and shape shots of needed (and if you’re capable)
  • Long and forgiving.
  • Accurate and consistent.

What we don’t like

  • Nothing.

The T200s took me by surprise a little. Older T200s struck me as much more of a game-improvement iron. I think these are player distance irons. But, with helpful game-improvement attributes – namely helping with slight mishits. I took advantage of this on a couple of long irons.

The T200s performed gloriously for me. From the very first shot on the very first hole. I hit more solid shots and exceptional long irons than I can remember ever hitting in one round. I’m a strong iron player, but not strong with long irons.

I hit a number of 4 and 5 irons on the button and watched them launch quickly and launch high with a beautiful trajectory and great carry.

I guess these are game-improvement clubs for players.

Bottom Line – Great option for golfers looking for player looks and characteristics but want help with distance, launch, and trajectory.

Titleist 620 MB Irons

Excellent Blades
Titleist 620 MB Irons
5.0
Pros:
  • Great Sound & Feel
  • Surprisingly forgiving
  • Excellent playability
  • Great looking
Cons:
  • Price
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The 620 MBs are next on our list of best Titleist Irons and are playable for scratch up to about 3ish handicaps.

What we like:

  • Exceptional feel on center contact.
  • They launch easily with high to medium-high trajectory – with center contact.
  • Not overly punishing on slight mishits.
  • They can hit any shot your swing can produce.

What we don’t like:

  • Nothing. They are as billed.

WYSIWYG – What you see is what you get. These are premium blades and play like them. They are made for shot-making. Not forgiveness. Not distance. Not easy to launch. If you don’t bring it, you’re not going to find it.

Having said all that – I was able to get around the course with them fine. My distance and ball flight were good when I made good contact. Slight mishits (where I live) weren’t punished too harshly and left me on or around the green – just a little short.

There are better options out there for those of us that aren’t low single-digit handicaps. I require more forgiveness – like with the CBs or Callaway Rouge ST Pros above. 

Bottom Line – Because these are serious player clubs I think you need to be a low single-digit handicap with superior ball-striking to play them.

Final Verdict on the Best Titleist Irons

You have only good options from the irons on this page. There’s not a dud on this list. Every iron on this page does what Titleist says it will do.

I will get my hands on the (rest of the) 2023 lineup as soon as I can. am currently testing the 2023 T100 & T150 irons and have tested and reviewed the 2023 T200 irons.

Which Titleist iron should you get? See below.

My #1 suggestion is to get your hands on a couple of your favorites and have a little fun testing them. 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 review of the best Titleist irons on the market in 2023.

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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.