The clubs come in three models – CB, MB and MC – and were unveiled in January 2014. The TaylorMade Tour Preferred MB irons are an authentic muscle-back blade forged from soft, 1025 carbon steel with a classic and compact shape, a thin top line and minimal offset.
What are Tour Preferred irons?
The TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB or Cavity-Back irons are the largest, most forgiving iron in the set. They look very like the recent SpeedBlade iron, but are slightly more compact, meaning they will suit a slightly lower handicap range. The key to the forgiveness is the Speed Pocket in the sole.
Are TaylorMade Tour Preferred MC Irons forged?
With the Tour Preferred MC irons, only the short irons (8-PW) are forged, and those clubs are also missing the speed pocket. … In the long and mid irons, I don’t really think that the feel is really any different. Good strikes still feel very solid, and not so good strikes feel just a little bit worse.
Are TaylorMade Tour Preferred MC Irons forgiving?
With the TaylorMade Tour Preferred MC irons I am getting 3 out of 4 pars and have even snuck in a few birdies. … In the scoring irons 8-PW they offer forged goodness. Even though they don’t have the Speed Pockets, they are still a moderately forgiving cavity back irons.
Are TaylorMade r11 irons good for beginners?
YES, they have been superseeded with the rocketballz and new rocketbladez but if your new to the game they are very forgiving and are brilliant off the tee with easy control. Around the fairways and greens they have the feel off confidence.
Are TaylorMade MC irons blades?
In 2011, TaylorMade described its new MC irons as “forged muscle-cavityback-blade” irons that were designed to appeal to the better players’ eye, while incorporating feel, workability and stability.
When did TaylorMade TP irons come out?
RAC MB TP Smoke: Everyone’s favorite TaylorMade muscleback iron, released in 2008 with a “smoke” finish. The R9 irons were released in 2009. The R9 TP irons were released in 2009, and were popular with PGA Tour players. So were TaylorMade’s Tour Preferred TP irons, which were also released in 2009.
What is a muscle cavity iron?
Muscle back (also known as blades) and cavity back irons refer to the way the back of the iron is designed and shaped. The muscle back is thin and solid allowing for more flexibility in play whereas the cavity back iron is thick and hollow, hence the carved out cavity on the back of the iron.
What are the most forgiving irons?
The Most Forgiving Irons Are:
- Cleveland Launcher HB Irons.
- Ping G700 Irons.
- Cobra F Max Irons.
- TaylorMade M4 Irons.
- Titleist 718 AP1 Irons.
- Mizuno JPX921 Forged Irons.
- TaylorMade SIM 2 Max Iron Set.
- Titleist T300 Irons.
What does MC mean on golf clubs?
The MC stands for muscle cavity, but these clubs are still made for pros, college players and tournament-level golfers who have powerful, repeatable swings.