TITLEIST Golf has unveiled a new series of CNCPT irons.
These clubs — the new CP-03 and CP-04 irons — have been constructed from high-performance materials that can take up to eight months just to source. Each part has been forged and cast to precision, yielding a strike that generates good ball speed with ideal launch and unparalleled forgiveness.The CP-03 provides an outstanding balance of power and control in a progressive mid-size muscle back profile, while the CP-04 advances the original CP-01 design, delivering better speed with enhanced accuracy in a player’s improvement head shape.
They join the blade-size performance of CP-02 in the new CNCPT series — available for fittings.
The CNCPT irons are crafted with a forged super-metal L-face insert that produces supreme ball speeds with increased launch in the mid- to low-irons.
The CNCPT irons are the first clubs designed to utilise this rare, super-strong alloy.
The multi-material, hollow body design allows for optimised MOI and centre of gravity placement in each iron through the set.
The high-density tungsten weighting — making up nearly 50% of the total head weight in the lower lofts — provide precise sweet spot calibration and greater clubhead stability.
At least 100g of tungsten on average (mid- to low-irons) are used in each iron to produce a generous and forgiving impact.
“CNCPT is our engineers’ dream project, ” said Titleist irons development director Marni Ines.
“We are on a journey to not only design the ultimate iron, but actually figure out how to make it.
“We have made a huge leap forward with the discovery of this super-metal alloy. The material is so strong and resilient that we are able to forge iron faces even thinner than we once thought possible.
“It’s difficult to obtain and extremely challenging to implement in the manufacturing process, but the benefits to the overall construction in terms of ball speed, launch, distance and trajectory are just astounding, ” he added.
The CNCPT irons are available for fittings and custom order at RM2,250 per club.
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