More CNCPT Irons from Titleist


Titleist has added to the premium priced CNCPT line two new players-distance category irons, the CP-03 and CP-04, joining the CP-02 blades first seen last year.

Fast Facts CNCPT CP-03 irons:
Muscle back hollow head
Progressive profile
Minimum offset
Tungsten weighting
5-iron 25°, pitching wedge 48°
$500 per club (3-iron through pitching wedge)

Fast Facts CNCPT CP-03 irons:
Midsize hollow muscle back
Moderate offset
5-iron 25°, Pitching wedge 48°
$500 per club (4-iron through pitching wedge)

The L-shaped face insert of both the new CNCPT models is made from a forged high strength supermetal which allows for a very thin unsupported area of constant thickness to promote higher ball speeds. The tungsten weighting and shaping of the hollow head CP-03 and CP-04 are said by Titleist to provide forgiveness plus stability at impact.

“CNCPT is the dream project for our engineers,” said Marni Ines, Titleist Golf Club R&D’s Director of Irons Development. “We’re on the journey to not only design the ultimate iron – but actually figure out how to make it. We’ve made a huge leap forward with the discovery of this supermetal alloy – the material is so strong and resilient that we’re able to forge iron faces even thinner than we once thought possible. It’s difficult to obtain and extremely challenging to implement into the manufacturing process, but the benefits to the overall construction in terms of ball speed, launch, distance and trajectory are just astounding.”

All CNCPT iron models are available only through a Titleist fitting appointment.

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