The term “offset” describes wholesale golf clubs with a face that’s set slightly behind the hosel, instead of aligning directly with the shaft. Offset is clearly visible when looking down at the clubhead or viewing it face-on, and some clubs have more offset than others – even within the same set.
Offset is an ingenious innovation that gives golfers an extra split-second to turn the clubface from open to square at impact. It’s most often built into “game-improvement” golf clubs for mid- to high-handicap players
The longer the club, the harder it is to square up. That’s why many sets feature “progressive offset,” meaning the amount of offset gradually decreases the shorter the clubs become. For example, the 4-iron has slightly more offset than the 5, and so on through the wedges.
The cheap titleist ap2 714 with progressive offset offer more forgiveness in the long irons, where it’s needed most. Since most golfers are fairly proficient with the short irons, there’s no need for much offset in the 8-iron and up. In fact, too much offset can cause shots to stray left while disrupting the player’s timing.
Within the encased lower cavity of the 714 AP2, Titleist positioned a high-density tungsten weight. Another piece of high-density tungsten also was co-forged in the heel section, just below the area where the shaft enters the hosel. The combination of the 714 AP2's thin face, perimeter weighting and lowered CG is designed to make these irons easier to hit and help mis-hit shots maintain ball speed.
The larger-headed titleist ap1 714 irons for sale are more forgiving, but the AP2 long irons provide some margin for error for accomplished players who want to shape the ball around a corner, hit it under a branch or feather a shot into a tight hole location. Titleist then went on and added camber to the soles and gave the leading edges a "pre-worn" treatment.
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