Features and benefits of the A1 irons
There are many features worth mentioning on the A1 irons but the most interesting one is the 360 undercut. This undercut has two main benefits. The first one is the increased speed which is characterized by the special design. The second benefit is given by the increased launch which works to get a longer and higher ball trajectory. Many manufacturers now focus on an increased launch which is why Titleist has found a good opportunity to use the feature to also increase overall speed. As with any top iron, there are certain benefits which stand out from the competition.
As said above, one of the biggest benefits of the A1 irons is the increased speed and launch. As solid performers they will be loved by advanced and professional golfers. They are also further improved by the strong lofts.
The face design is something Titleist has found to be a driver to performance. With an enhanced launch from the high density tungsten, the A1 comes with a lower gravity center. This has been the concern of some manufacturers trying to elevate the ball trajectory, and for the A1 series it works as it comes coupled with the tungsten. But tungsten design is not only beneficial for ball trajectory as it can deliver more speed with off-center hits. It also works to provide a higher moment of inertia point which will be a top feature for professional players.
The new and lower center of gravity means you can expect a more precise shot and when coupled with a solid shaft it really stand out from similar models on the market. The A1 irons are also fast through the turf and this is also helped by the lower center of gravity.
If you are looking for an iron which can maximize distance and forgiveness, with a low center of gravity and increased speed, the A1 series comes as one of the top choices. With steel and graphite options you can choose your favorite depending on your playing style and given the low price, you would struggle to find a reason not to include it in your club set.