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Titleist CB Irons


$1,000.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:The irons will help you produce a consistent launch angle. The irons have a cavity back that provides you with forgiveness. Short irons will produce a decent amount of spin on the ball.

The Cons:If you struggle with a slice these might not be the best for you. The price is pretty high.

Titleist's CB Irons are a high-end set of irons from 2 iron to pitching wedge. This 9-club set is designed for serious golfers. The topline of these irons is exceptionally soft, which makes for confidence in your visual when you address the ball.

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Product Shot 2 The cavity muscle of these clubs is optimized, so that there is more mass behind the impact area. This design provides a soft, solid feel, which aids in consistent launch angle, back spin and ball speed. This design also helps to increase the MOI (Moment Of Inertia), which makes for a more forgiving club. The USGA-conforming grooves of these clubs help make your shots more accurate, and will increase your distance.    

Features

  • D2 swing weight
  • Cavity-back
  • 1025 forged carbon steel
  • Chrome plating
  • Long blade lengths
  • Optimized cavity muscle
  • USGA-conforming grooves
  • Tour Velvet rubber grip
  • True Temper Dynamic Gold shaft
  • Left-handed versions available

Club Specs

  • 2 iron - .150" offset, 60 degree lie, 0 degree bounce, 18 degree loft, 39.50" club length
  • 3 iron - .140" offset, 60 degree lie, 1 degree bounce, 21 degree loft, 39.00" club length
  • 4 iron - .130" offset, 61 degree lie, 2 degree bounce, 24 degree loft, 38.50" club length
  • 5 iron - .120" offset, 62 degree lie, 3 degree bounce, 27 degree loft, 38.00" club length
  • 6 iron - .110" offset, 62.5 degree lie, 4 degree bounce, 31 degree loft, 37.50" club length
  • 7 iron - .100" offset, 63 degree lie, 5 degree bounce, 35 degree loft, 37.00" club length 
  • 8 iron - .90" offset, 63.5 degree lie, 6 degree bounce, 39 degree loft, 36.50" club length 
  • 9 iron - .80" offset, 64 degree lie, 7 degree bounce, 43 degree loft, 36.00" club length
  • PW - .75" offset, 64 degree lie, 8 degree bounce, 47 degree loft, 35.50" club length

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Pros
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    The irons will help you produce a consistent launch angle

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    The irons have a cavity back that provides you with forgiveness

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    Short irons will produce a decent amount of spin on the ball

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    Long blade with thin topline will get you through thicker rough and poor lies

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    Compact head shape for a more classic look

Cons
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    If you struggle with a slice these might not be the best for you

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    The price is pretty high

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