TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB
Released March, 2011
The Pros:Above-average workability, can get the ball to behave like you want it to. Hits the ball high naturally, don't have to use much effort to get it up there. Consistently hits straight time after time when you want it to.
The Cons:Some users find it digs too much, end up with a lot of divots. Large face and offset seem a little unprofessional, like it's for people desperate to improve their game.
The TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB is a high-end set of golf irons designed for the moderately experienced player. It features a plasma-welded 8620 carbon steel cast body construction for each club with a forged carbon steel face as well as TaylorMade's Inverted Cone Technology.
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Additionally, the Tour Preferred CB iron set sports a carbon composite badge on the back of each club face for enhanced feel.
The Tour Preferred CB's plasma-welded 8620 carbon steel cast body iron design allows for an undercut in the back of the club, allowing for lower weighting for increased forgiveness. Its Inverted Cone Technology allows each Tour Preferred CB iron to better compensate for shots hit off the sweet spot, resulting in longer distances on mis-hit shots. Meanwhile, each Tour Preferred CB iron's carbon composite badge dampens the impact sound and enhances feel.
- Plasma-welded 8620 carbon steel cast body construction
- Forged carbon steel face
- Inverted Cone Technology
- Carbon composite badge
- Thin topline
- Cavity Back design
- Designed for moderately experienced players
User Reviews (2)
above-average workability, can get the ball to behave like you want it to
hits the ball high naturally, don't have to use much effort to get it up there
consistently hits straight time after time when you want it to
sweet spot is one of the highest of any club, hitting off-center still goes high and straight
thin topline is well defined at address, easy to line up properly and takes some guesswork out
some users find it digs too much, end up with a lot of divots
large face and offset seem a little unprofessional, like it's for people desperate to improve their game
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