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Adams Idea CMB irons

The Adams Idea CMB irons are forged -- the message here is feel, which is enhanced by tungsten weight plugs.

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Adams Idea Black CB3 forged iron

The CB3 irons have a deep cavity along with heel and toe weighting; Adams says these irons are all about feel and forgiveness.

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Adams Idea Tech V4 hybrid & forged irons

The Adams Idea Tech V4 irons -- available in two versions: a forged set and an all-hybrid set -- seek high, solid hits with long clubs and short clubs that allow feel and control.

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Adams New Idea irons

Adams Golf's latest super game-improvement irons – the New Idea – blend hybrids and irons engineered with "slots" that promise power and forgiveness.

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Adams goes white with Super S, Super LS lines

More white golf clubs were coming. Everybody knew it. Now here they are for 2013 -- white-headed metalwoods from Adams, joining the parade of white drivers, fairway woods and hybrids introduced by TaylorMade in 2011.

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Adams XTD Cross Cavity iron

The Adams Golf XTD Cross Cavity is a multi-material iron. In the middle of the back cavity is a flexible damper that helps shorten the duration of sound waves. This means less vibration.

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Adams XTD Forged irons

Adams' latest set of irons for better players – XTD Forged – comes with two low-spinning hybrids and irons with slots designed to boost ball speed.

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Winner's Bag: Matt Kuchar, RBC Heritage

Here is a complete list of the clubs Matt Kuchar used to win the 2014 RBC Heritage.

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Bridgestone J40 Dual Pocket Cavity forged irons

The Bridgestone J40 Dual Pocket Cavity forged irons moves discretionary weight to the perimeter for added forgiveness, while positioning more mass directly behind the hitting area.

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Bridgestone J40 Cavity Back irons, Dual Pocket irons

The most important element of Bridgestone's J40 Cavity Back and Dual Pocket Cavity irons, both forged, is their interchangeability.

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Bridgestone J40 Cavity Back irons, Dual Pocket irons

The most important element of Bridgestone's J40 Cavity Back and Dual Pocket Cavity irons, both forged, is their interchangeability.

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Callaway Apex Muscleback irons

Callaway's Apex Muscleback irons are designed to make it easier to get shots with the long irons up in the air while helping players flight short irons lower.

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Callaway Apex Pro irons

Callaway Golf’s new Apex Pro iron, available Jan. 17, is a thought-provoking iron that surely will generate plenty of discussion among skilled golfers.

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Callaway Apex irons

Resurrecting the venerable Apex name, Callaway is unveiling irons designated as the company's premier entry in the 'distance forged' category.

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Callaway to resurrect Apex irons

The venerable Apex name, linked to the glory days of the Ben Hogan Co., apparently is about to resurface as a Callaway reincarnation.

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Callaway Apex UT Irons

A forged face cup and low CG make the Callaway Apex UT Irons long-iron alternatives.

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Callaway Razr X HL hybrids

The Callaway Razr X HL hybrids were created with the theme of getting the ball in the air.

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Winner's Bag: Patrick Reed, WGC-Cadillac Championship

Here is a complete list of the clubs Patrick Reed used to win the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

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Callaway Razr X Muscleback Irons

Callaway's Razr X Muscleback irons are from carbon steel to provide the maximum amount of feel with a thin top line.

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Callaway X2 Hot & X2 Hot Pro lineup

Any discussion of Callaway Golf’s new family of clubs revolves around the word hot -- it's even in the name of the new Callaway X2 Hot lineup of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons.

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Callaway X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro irons

An aggressive undercut and feel-enhancing badge help give the Callaway X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro irons more distance and feel.

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Winner's Bag: Patrick Reed, WGC-Cadillac Championship

Here is a complete list of the clubs Patrick Reed used to win the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

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Callaway X Forged iron's unique heritage

In early 2013 we also will see a new generation of fairway woods from Callaway, along with an enhanced version of the Razr X driver used by Ernie Els to win the 2012 Open Championship.

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Callaway Razr X Forged irons

The Callaway Razr X Forged iron contains all the earmarks of a classic forged iron and a cavity back design for playability.

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Toy Box notes: Els uses new Callaway utility

Ernie Els carried three Callaway X Utility Prototypes in his bag for the Open Championship.

  • 588 Altitude
  • 588 MT
  • 588 TT
  • CG Black
  • Forged CB & MB
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Cleveland 588 Altitude irons

The Cleveland 588 Altitude irons, part of a classic hybrid iron set, feature a hollow-body design that allowed Cleveland to drastically lower the center of gravity.

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Cleveland 588 MT irons

The 588 MT irons have a hollow-bodied design that allows Cleveland to drive the center of gravity (CG) very low to increase forgiveness and make hitting the ball high in the air a lot easier.

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Cleveland 588 TT irons

Cleveland's 588 TT irons are designed to be classic perimeter-weight irons for mid- and lower-handicap players, with mass positioned in the heel and toe areas.

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Winner's Bag: Kevin Stadler, Phoenix Open

Kevin Stadler came from behind to win his first PGA Tour event on Sunday after he shot a closing-round 68 at the TPC Scottsdale. Here's what he had in his bag at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

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Cleveland 588 Forged CB, 588 Forged MB irons

Cleveland's 588 Forged CB irons feature a progressive cavity-back design, a slightly thicker topline and a slightly longer blade length than their 588 MB cousins, which are classic muscleback blades,

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Cobra AMP Cell, AMP Cell Pro irons

With the AMP Cell irons, Cobra designed the faces to be especially thin in certain areas and then repositioned the discretionary weight into cells designed low and inside the heads.

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Cobra AMP Forged irons

In the cavity behind the hitting area, Cobra's AMP Forged irons contain a shock-absorbing aluminum medallion and a separate insert.

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Cobra Baffler Hybrid Iron and Combo set

The Baffler, introduced in 1975, has become something of an iconic utility club. For early 2013 models, the name applies to two different configurations of club sets.

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Cobra Baffler XL

The Cobra Baffler is an iconic name, forever linked with a utility club that could be hit from virtually any lie. But its legacy soon will expand to an entire family of clubs.

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PHOTOS: Cobra Baffler XL line

The Cobra Baffler XL line of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons will expand on an iconic name in utility-club history. Here are images of the clubs in the line.

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Cobra BiO Cell, BiO Cell+ irons

A new weighting system and hotter face make the BiO Cell and BiO Cell+ irons more forgiving.

  • JPX 800 HD
  • JPX-825 & Pro
  • JPX-850
  • JPX-850 Forged
  • JPX-EZ
  • MP-15
  • MP-4
  • MP-54
  • MP-59
  • MP-64
  • MP-69
  • MP-H5
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Mizuno introduces irons, hybrids, wedges

Mizuno’s golf clubs for 2012 will arrive in shops around the United States the second week of September. The lineup includes two new irons for better players: MP-69 and MP-59.

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Mizuno to introduce four new iron models

Mizuno is about to introduce four new iron models, and golfers might be surprised by what they see, says James Achenbach.

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Mizuno announces JPX-850 irons

The cast version of the Mizuno JPX-850 irons has a slightly firmer feel and is all about that elusive combination of distance and forgiveness on offcenter hits.

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Mizuno JPX-850 Forged irons

It took Mizuno six years to develop the concept found in the new JPX-850 Forged irons, which feature boron added to forged carbon steel as a thinner face was incorporated.

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Mizuno JPX-EZ irons

Mizuno's directive to designers for the latest JPX irons: "Let's take this thing to another galaxy." The result? The JPX-EZ and JPX-EZ Forged models feature advanced technology – and orange cosmetics.

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Mizuno MP-15 irons

The new MP-15 from Mizuno is the latest advancement in Mizuno's design concept of combining titanium and steel in an iron clubhead.

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Mizuno MP-15, MP-H5 irons, MP-T5 wedges

Two new MP irons for 2015, the MP-15 and MP-H5, plus a collection of new MP-T5 wedges go on sale Sept. 19.

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Mizuno MP-4 irons

Give Luke Donald a forged iron and a grinding wheel, and he becomes a golf surgeon. His handiwork is evident in Mizuno's new MP-4 irons, which feature his signature sole.

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Mizuno to introduce four new iron models

Mizuno is about to introduce four new iron models, and golfers might be surprised by what they see, says James Achenbach.

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Mizuno MP-54 irons

Mizuno's new MP-54 irons balance a classic forged look and modern design, including a milled pocket cavity for better trajectory control.

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Mizuno MP-59 forged irons

The MP-59 has titanium forged into the muscleback area of the blade, producing a sweet area that Mizuno says is 5 percent larger than that of the MP-58.

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Toy Box: Donald wins with new Mizuno sticks

When Luke Donald won Sunday at the Transitions Championship to regain the No. 1 world ranking, he was carrying 12 clubs that were new to his bag this year. This is the player who won two money titles in 2011, but that didn’t stop him from making wholesale changes in his bag.

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Mizuno introduces irons, hybrids, wedges

Mizuno’s golf clubs for 2012 will arrive in shops around the United States the second week of September. The lineup includes two new irons for better players: MP-69 and MP-59.

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Mizuno to introduce four new iron models

Mizuno is about to introduce four new iron models, and golfers might be surprised by what they see, says James Achenbach.

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Mizuno introduces irons, hybrids, wedges

Mizuno’s golf clubs for 2012 will arrive in shops around the United States the second week of September. The lineup includes two new irons for better players: MP-69 and MP-59.

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Mizuno MP-H5 irons

Mizuno’s new MP-H5 irons advance the company’s attempts to provide forgiveness in irons.

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Mizuno MP-15, MP-H5 irons, MP-T5 wedges

Two new MP irons for 2015, the MP-15 and MP-H5, plus a collection of new MP-T5 wedges go on sale Sept. 19.

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Nike Vapor Vapor Pro irons

By replicating Tiger Woods’ irons, Nike looks to modernize the muscle back blade.

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Nike Vapor Pro, Pro Combo and Speed irons

With Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Jimmy Fallon on stage, Nike releases its Vapor line of irons: Pro blades, Pro Combo and Speed.

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Nike Vapor Pro Combo irons

With Tiger, Rory and Jimmy Fallon on stage, the company releases the Vapor Pro Blades, Pro Combo and Speed irons.

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Nike Vapor Pro, Pro Combo and Speed irons

With Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Jimmy Fallon on stage, Nike releases its Vapor line of irons: Pro blades, Pro Combo and Speed.

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Nike Vapor Speed irons

Nike blends wood-like long irons and pocket-cavity short irons for players seeking distance and forgiveness.

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Nike Vapor Pro, Pro Combo and Speed irons

With Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Jimmy Fallon on stage, Nike releases its Vapor line of irons: Pro blades, Pro Combo and Speed.

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Nike VR Forged Pro Combo irons

Nike's next-generation VR Forged Pro Combo set features long irons with a polymer designed to enhance sound and feel.

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Nike VR Pro Combo irons

The Nike VR Pro Combo irons move weight to different points of the clubhead throughout the set to stress forgiveness on long irons, feel on short irons.

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Nike VR_S Covert irons

Nike VR_S Covert irons have a pronounced cavity and are intended to be super-game-improvement irons.

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Nike VRS Covert Forged irons

The Nike VRS Covert Forged irons are the company's first forged iron with its high-speed NexCOR face, which Nike says uses variable face thickness to amplify trampoline effect.

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Nike VR_S Forged irons

The VR_S Forged has the highest COR (coefficient of restitution) of any Nike iron ever made, which means one thing: the ball goes farther.

  • Anser
  • G25
  • G30
  • i20
  • i25
  • Rapture driving iron
  • S55
  • S56
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Ping Anser forged irons

The performance objective for the Anser forged iron is to raise the trajectory of the long irons and lower the trajectory of the short irons.

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Ping Anser forged irons

Ping classifies the Anser as a forged iron, although it has a tungsten sole and could be labeled a contemporary updating of the forging process.

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G25 is next up in Ping's G series evolution

Next in the evolution of Ping's G series: the new G25. At the PGA Merchandise Show on January 24-26 in Orlando, Fla., Ping will showcase this new line. Bubba Watson has switched to the G25, as has fellow Ping staffer Hunter Mahan.

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Ping G30 irons

In addition to drivers, fairway woods and hybrids, new Ping irons carry the G30 name.

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Ping's i20 clubs set to debut in February

James Achenbach: Ping’s new club family, the i20, offers the latest in a long line of distinctive-looking offerings that date to the company's founding 53 years ago.

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Ping i25 irons

Ping's latest game-improvement i25 irons transition from forgiving long irons into feel-oriented short irons.

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Ping Rapture driving iron

Ping releases a new driving iron, Rapture, for players looking for lower trajectories and higher ball speeds off the tee.

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Ping S55 Irons

Ping brought its newest iron designed for better players, the S55, to Liberty National Golf Club before the start of the Barclays Championship. The S55 irons will be available to consumers starting Nov. 1.

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Ping S56 irons

Designed with better players in mind, Ping's S56 irons have a compact head, thin topline, little offset and only a small amount of perimeter weighting for forgiveness.

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Behind TaylorMade’s all-white clubs for 2011

The official start of the PGA Tour season has supplied answers to questions surrounding TaylorMade’s all-white clubs for 2011.

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TaylorMade Burner 2.0 iron targets more power

TaylorMade is known for innovative promotions and introductions. On Sept. 9, the company was scheduled to unveil another product in unique fashion.

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TaylorMade Tour Preferred MC forged irons

To achieve consistent swingweight and optimal center of gravity, TaylorMade has placed a Precision Weighting Port in the back of its Tour Preferred MC forged iron.

TaylorMade Tour Preferred MB, CB, MC irons

TaylorMade's Tour Preferred Muscleback (MB), Cavity-Back (CB) and Muscle-Cavity (MC) irons have been among the most popular irons for the company's staff pros.

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Behind TaylorMade’s all-white clubs for 2011

The official start of the PGA Tour season has supplied answers to questions surrounding TaylorMade’s all-white clubs for 2011.

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TaylorMade R11 irons to go on sale Sept. 1

TaylorMade’s new R11 irons go on sale Sept. 1 in the wake of the strong consumer interest that has surrounded R11 drivers, fairway woods and hybrids (Rescues).

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New clubs, iron shafts provide boost for Moore

Ryan Moore produced four rounds under 70 at Phoenix as he played for the first time with AeroTech SteelFiber composite shafts in his new TaylorMade RocketBladez irons.

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TaylorMade introduces RocketBladez, its new line of irons

TaylorMade has generated plenty of buzz with white metalwoods in the past few years. Now the company hopes to do the same with its new irons, RocketBladez.

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TaylorMade RSi irons

TaylorMade took all that it has learned about flexible faces with its Speed Pockets in the sole of previous irons and created Face Slots in the company’s newest irons, the RSi family.

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TaylorMade RSi irons

TaylorMade took all that it has learned about flexible faces with its Speed Pockets in the sole of previous irons and created Face Slots in the company’s newest irons, the RSi family.

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TaylorMade RSi irons

TaylorMade took all that it has learned about flexible faces with its Speed Pockets in the sole of previous irons and created Face Slots in the company’s newest irons, the RSi family.

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TaylorMade SLDR irons

TaylorMade predicts its new SLDR iron will appeal to a wide spectrum of golfers, from touring pros to average amateurs, joining a successful line of drivers, fairway woods and hybrids.

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PHOTOS: TaylorMade's SpeedBlade Irons

Our David Dusek gives you a look at TaylorMade's new SpeedBlade irons, shown off on Monday at the BMW Championship.

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TaylorMade SpeedBlade irons

At Conway Farms Golf Club, site of the BMW Championship, TaylorMade unveiled its SpeedBlade irons, which succeed the RocketBladez irons and feature an enhanced "Speed Pocket."

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Winner's bag: Brian Harman, John Deere Classic

Here is a complete list of the clubs Brian Harman used to win the 2014 John Deere Classic.

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TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB irons

While maintaining the look and feel better players demand, TaylorMade gave the Tour Preferred CB cavity-back irons more distance and forgiveness.

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Toy Box notes: TaylorMade gear in Hawaii

TaylorMade’s new JetSpeed driver offers another choice to touring pros, as have Tour Preferred MB irons and the Tour Preferred X golf ball as the PGA Tour spent two weeks in Hawaii.

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TaylorMade Tour Preferred MB irons

The most feel-enhancing irons TaylorMade produces, the Tour Preferred MB, are designed to enhance better-players' swings.

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TaylorMade Tour Preferred MC irons

Mixing game-improving pocket cavity clubs with musclebacks, TaylorMade looks for the Tour Preferred MC irons to bring forgiveness and precision to better players.

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TaylorMade Tour Preferred UDI driving iron

On the eve of the Open Championship, TaylorMade releases the Tour Preferred UDI, its newest driving iron.

  • 712 AP1
  • 712 AP2
  • 712 CB - 712 MB
  • 712 U
  • 714 AP1
  • 714 AP2
  • 714 CB
  • 714 MB
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Toy Box: Titleist unveils 712 series irons

A dozen or more Titleist staff players at this week’s AT&T National at Aronimink Golf Club are expected to play new Titleist 712 irons for the first time. James Achenbach has the details.

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Toy Box: Titleist unveils 712 series irons

A dozen or more Titleist staff players at this week’s AT&T National at Aronimink Golf Club are expected to play new Titleist 712 irons for the first time. James Achenbach has the details.

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Titleist 712 CB Forged irons

The Titleist 712 CB Forged iron is a pure forging, yet the weighting is enhanced with a contemporary cavity-back design.

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Toy Box: Titleist unveils 712 series irons

A dozen or more Titleist staff players at this week’s AT&T National at Aronimink Golf Club are expected to play new Titleist 712 irons for the first time. James Achenbach has the details.

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Titleist 712U – a flat-faced hybrid for iron lovers

Hybrids typically have a curved face that some players feel imparts too much spin on the ball. To address that issue, Titleist has created the 712U, a flat-faced hybrid that’s winning a following on tours.

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Titleist 714 Series irons

Titleist's 714 Series irons – comprising four models, the AP1, AP2, CB and MB – already have made an impressive tour debut. On Sept. 3, the company officially released details on each.

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Titleist 714 AP1 Irons

Titleist's new 714 AP1 irons are designed to deliver improved ball flight while increasing forgiveness and feel. Better yet, the gains come without making the clubs any bigger, Titleist says.

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Equipment: Titleist 714 irons

Titleist brought its latest collection of irons, the 714 series, to Congressional Country Club on Monday to give staff players their first opportunity to use them in competition.

VIDEO: Titleist 714 AP1

Titleist's Dan Stone, Vice President of Research & Development, breaks down the technology behind the 714 AP1 iron.

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Titleist 714 Series irons

Titleist's 714 Series irons – comprising four models, the AP1, AP2, CB and MB – already have made an impressive tour debut. On Sept. 3, the company officially released details on each.

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Titleist 714 AP2 Irons

Under a classically-styled exterior, the new forged Titleist 714 AP2 dual-cavity irons pack a lot of technology.

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Equipment: Titleist 714 irons

Titleist brought its latest collection of irons, the 714 series, to Congressional Country Club on Monday to give staff players their first opportunity to use them in competition.

VIDEO: Titleist 714 AP2

Titleist's Dan Stone, Vice President of Research and Development, breaks down the technology behind the 714 AP2 iron.

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Titleist 714 Series irons

Titleist's 714 Series irons – comprising four models, the AP1, AP2, CB and MB – already have made an impressive tour debut. On Sept. 3, the company officially released details on each.

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Titleist 714 CB Irons

Titleist's new 714 CB irons are designed to give feel players all the feedback they could want, along with a touch of forgiveness.

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Equipment: Titleist 714 irons

Titleist brought its latest collection of irons, the 714 series, to Congressional Country Club on Monday to give staff players their first opportunity to use them in competition.

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Titleist 714 Series irons

Titleist's 714 Series irons – comprising four models, the AP1, AP2, CB and MB – already have made an impressive tour debut. On Sept. 3, the company officially released details on each.

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Titleist 714 MB Irons

Titleist's latest offering for accomplished players is the 714 MB irons, which have been designed to enhance feel and work through the turf more effectively.

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Equipment: Titleist 714 irons

Titleist brought its latest collection of irons, the 714 series, to Congressional Country Club on Monday to give staff players their first opportunity to use them in competition.

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Tour Edge Exotics Xtreme Forged CB irons

The Tour Edge Exotics Xtreme Forged CB irons have a straight leading edge, with almost no offset and most of the weight moved to the sole, heel and toe.

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Tour Edge Exotics XCG6 irons

The Tour Edge Exotics XCG6 irons might never be used by touring pros, but they're designed to deliver high performance for amateurs. And they're affordable.

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Tour Edge Exotics XCG7 irons

An enhanced weighting system and thin face are designed to make the Tour Edge Exotics XCG7 irons perform better.

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Wilson Staff C 100 irons

Wilson designs its irons in three categories: Feel, Control and Distance. The Wilson Staff C 100 is the centerpiece of the Control category.

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Wilson Staff Ci11 irons

Thanks to a unique weighting system that it calls Exoskeleton, Wilson shifted 54 grams of mass toward the edges of the Ci11 irons and away from the face.

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Wilson unveils D-100 family

Wilson’s new family of Staff D-100 golf clubs includes irons, drivers, fairway woods and hybrids for both men and women. It has been years since Wilson staged an introduction this comprehensive.

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Wilson Staff D 100 ES hybrid-iron set

The Wilson Staff D 100 ES, a long-distance combination set of irons and hybrids is being introduced because a distance-producing 6-iron doesn’t mean much if a golfer isn't hitting the center of the face.

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PHOTOS: Wilson Staff D 100 ES hybrid-iron set

Check out images of the Wilson Staff D 100 ES hybrid-iron set, aimed at providing distance with forgiveness.

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Wilson Staff FG Tour M3

Wilson Golf is rolling out an entire new family of clubs under its Staff banner. The FG Tour M3 includes fairway woods, hybrids, irons and Wilson's first adjustable driver.

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Wilson FG Tour V2 forged iron

The FG Tour V2 is Wilson's latest forged addition, including minimal offset, a thin top line and a back cavity that promotes increased MOI.

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Wilson Staff FG Tour V2 irons

Wilson added mass directly behind the center of the Staff FG Tour V2 irons' faces to enhance feel and make these clubs play like true musclebacks – yet they also carry a fair amount of perimeter weighting.

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