Taylormade launches M CGB Irons
Just a month back Taylormade launched P790 Irons Forged Irons
and now it’s back with M CGB Irons, the original CGB Max Irons
introduced a decade earlier and with this Taylormade claims these
are the most forgiving, distance providers and the strongest Irons
M CGB claims
M CGB which claims to give you greater distance and greatest forgiveness at the same time are built with the thinnest possible club faces of less than 2 mm to push COR and ball speed limits, and with this Taylormade claims them to be the fastest irons ever produced. Low Position of CG also helps in providing max distance along with high launch and trajectory.
#MCGB irons — Pushing the limits of ball speed and distance in every iron, like a bag full of drivers.
— TaylorMade Golf (@TaylorMadeGolf) September 7, 2017
If we are comparing these with M2 Long Irons they surely have weaker lofts, but making it up with the pitching wedge where it’s stronger. And if we are talking about numbers here these are 15 percent more forgiving than M2 Irons. There is an accordion-style slot on the sole forming a Speed Pocket, enhancing the performance on low face contact.
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On the back side, there are four weight ports consisting Tungsten, providing a very low CG and greater MOI helping to maintain ball speed and accuracy on shots struck across the face. The shafts used in these irons are Nippon NS Pro 840, which is said to be the lightest, highest-launching shaft ever used by Taylormade and what makes it more interesting is the addition of an ultra-stiff 3D sound management and a soft Hybrar damper reduces unwanted vibrations which in return improves the feel and sound.
M CGB Irons will be available in a seven-piece set at retails from October 16th, 2017, priced at £849 for a Nippon NS Pro 840 Shaft, £1,099 for UST Recoil 460 ES graphite shafts. Customisation options for grips and shafts are available too.
Find out how Taylormade P790 Irons are made.