This is Golfer Geeks’ Titleist T100S 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 had one long range session with the T100S irons and 2 rounds of golf.
Summary: Titleist T100S irons are superb premium player distance irons with excellent feel, consistency, ball flight, and workability. I found their distance true to their loft. They’re also gorgeous and look great in the bag and at address.
In this review of the Titleist T100S irons, I discuss my experience with the clubs, unique features and benefits, as well as customer reviews and potential alternatives.
Titleist T100S Irons Overview
The T100S irons have all the refinement and performance you expect from low handicap Titleist irons plus a little extra distance from slightly stronger lofts (2 degrees for most of the set).
They are practically replicas of the T100 irons but with a lower CG for better a higher MOI and launch to keep launch and ball flight the same with the lower lofts.
Why Consider the Titleist T100S
They do everything you want a premium player iron to do but with about half a club more distance than the rest of the player line of Titleist irons.
- Feel and sound are excellent.
- They launch the ball easily with good trajectory and carry.
- Highly, highly accurate and consistent.
- Premium player looks.
Titleist T100S Iron Specs
Set Tested – 4-PW Men Right Hand
Shaft: True Temper Project X LZ 6.0 Flex
Testing & My Experience with the Titleist T100S Irons
T100S irons launched well for me and had medium-high to high trajectory with good carry and no ballooning.
It didn’t start that way though. My swing is more hit-and-miss than usual this year due to many injuries leading to an inability to practice.
My first range session – video shown above – did not go well because I had no idea what I was doing.
Luckily – I had minor hand surgery and could swing a club or use my hand very much for a couple of weeks.
I used the time away to forget my current bad swing habits and, eventually, start performing a couple of the swing path drills that worked so effectively for me last year.
It was a different story the next time I picked up the T100S irons. I took them straight to the course for rounds on consecutive days.
I made many good swings (and bad swings) with the T100S’s and got to experience their true performance.
They reminded me of the 620 CBs I tested last year (and loved). Super solid at impact with good ball flight and distance.
I found the distance absolutely true to their loft. Very comforting when you’re trying to score and minimize surprises.
Review of the Titleist T100S Irons
Looks (A+) T100S irons are the epitome of minimal elegant design. They’ve got compact clubheads with thin toplines and soles. The look at address says “player” without being overly intimidating. The brushed chrome finish adds just the right touch. Really one of the best-looking irons in the player category.
Sound/ Feel (A) Solid, soft, and stable at impact.
Distance (A) True to their lofts, so no surprises.
Forgiveness (A) Exactly what you’d expect. Not especially punishing on slight mishits, but center contact is recommended for best results.
Flight / Playability (A+) My standard shot was a high baby draw with good contact. But you can shape them or flight them any way your skill allows.
Value (A) T100S irons are ~$185 club. Right in line with premium low handicap irons.
Not much out there, but what there is is positive.
Who are the Titleist T100S Irons for?
Final Verdict – Titleist T100S Irons Review
They play similar – if not exactly – to the Titleist 620 CB irons I tested last year. I would put them in my bag and play them in a heartbeat.
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.
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