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Titleist expands CNCPT irons range

2.27pm 24th September 2020 - New Products

After unveiling its first range of CNCPT irons just over 18 months ago, Titleist has launched two new models under the same family that continue the brand’s commitment to push the limits of performance, design and manufacturing, with no cost limits and using the best materials.

The latest realisations of this process – 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 the extreme limits of precision, yielding a strike that is claimed to generate ‘supreme ball speed with ideal launch and unparalleled forgiveness’.

Both models feature the thinnest unsupported, constant-thickness face in golf, made possible only through the use of a rare, super strong alloy never before used in club manufacturing. The Super Metal L-Face Insert produces ball speeds never previously seen off the face of an iron. Large amounts of high-density tungsten – an average of 100g per head – produce higher launch, greater distance and more forgiveness across a wider area of the face.

The CP-03 irons are midsize muscle backs that are designed to provide a balance of power and control in a progressive profile, while the CP-04 irons replace the original CP-01 irons launched last year, delivering ‘ultimate speed with enhanced accuracy’ in a larger, game improvement-inspired head shape.

The 04s feature more offset than the 03s and marginally less tungsten (100g per head, rather than 100g). The CP-02 irons, a blade-style muscle back which were also launched last year, remain in the range. 

Each iron is offered for customer orders only, with each club having an SRP of £500 (£3,500 for a set of seven clubs). To book a fitting, or to visit a Titleist fitting event, visit


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