Introduced in 2005, the 755 irons were forged from 410 stainless steel and featured a slightly lower CG position for easier initial launch, but a medium-high flight. The red dampening chip in the cavity dampens vibration, while dual hosel lengths, progressive bounce angle, and a specially-designed sole manage trajectory and provide predictable performance from a variety of turf conditions.
2-iron (19°) through 9-iron (43°) and PW (47°). D2 swingweight.
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DougEly - 5/10/10 Update: Purchased these used specifically to help me transition from my old Cleveland CG4s to my planned purchase of Titleist AP2s in the spring. Thought these would be a great stepping stone to a pure players club. Never expected them to perform as well as they do. I LOVE them! After playing 15 rounds or so, plus tons of range time, I am in no hurry to get the AP2s which I had planned to purchase by now. I may buy them eventually, but for now my 755s are the best clubs I have ever played with. They play about a 1/2 club to full club longer for me than my CG4s. ANd much more workable. I may just play them all season, and beyond.
1xxxxxxxxx - 4/23/10 Definitely the best irons I've ever played and the feel is tremendous. The distance is about 1/2 to 1 whole club more than my Pings with a smooth easy swing. It's Like they were made to play with the ProV 1 ball. You have to try them.
firstname.lastname@example.org - 8/21/08 I just got these and 4 rounds convinced me to sell my Ping G5's. I've always played a draw, but with the 755's I'm now able to have much better spin control. Don't play 3 or 4 as they are not as easy to hit as the Pings, but I have hybrids now for that.