Titleist 755 Forged Review

By Clint Hale


Titleist's forged 755 irons feature a thinner face design than previous models, thereby increasing cavity volume. This change in weight placement was designed to create better heel-toe weighting for more distance, increased accuracy and superior playability. A set of irons, which includes 2-9 irons and a pitching wedge, are crafted from multi-material blade iron and constructed from forged 410 stainless steel, and feature a forged aluminum vibration dampening cheep for improved feel. Grips feature Titleist Tour velvet rubber, while shafts are made from Titleist TriSpec steel.


Thanks to the forged aluminum dampening chip, Titleist forged 755 irons have a great feel, and absorb pretty much all shock from even the most errant of shots. Meanwhile, the thin face provides greater durability and forgiveness on the course. Featuring a somewhat lower CG position than other clubs, the 755 forged irons provide an easier initial launch and medium ball flight, which aids in control and positioning.


The thin club face takes some getting used to, so you'd be best served to hit the range a few times with your 755 forged irons before taking them out to a course. Also, the clubs retail between $112 to $129 apiece, which can prove quite steep if shelling out for the entire set.

Bottom Line

For those looking to add a little distance off the fairways, as well as increasing forgiveness on errant shots, the Titleist 755 forged irons are a solid (though not spectacular) addition to any golf bag.


About The Author

Clint Hale has worked for a number of media outlets throughout his seven-year career, including the San Antonio Express-News (for whom he covered golf, football, and general features) and Examiner.com. He earned a Journalism degree from the University of Texas.


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