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Australian PGA Professional Alan Staines & Avid Golfer Steve “RICHO” Richardson along with Kieron “the Hammer” Hamrey talk about the brand new Taylormade M CGB iron.


M CGB pushes the limit of irons engineering for maximum distance throughout the entire set. Starting with a 2mm face thickness, every iron achieves consistently high COR, making it our fastest set from 4-PW ever. Combine this with ultra-low CG placement, and golfers will achieve high trajectory and optimized spin rates.

Beyond distance, M CGB delivers full-face forgiveness throughout the bag. With a multi-material head construction, Speed Pocket technology, and Face Slots, M CGB creates high MOI with increased ball speed across the entire clubface for amazing consistency, even on mis-hits.

Further enhanced with Geocoustic engineering, golfers will experience finely tuned sound and feel. The precision-shaped head, featuring an advanced Hybrar damper and 3D sound-managing badge, works to dampen vibrations and soften feel for exceptional shot-making ability.

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mike hunt says:

These have to be one of the ugliest irons I've ever seen.

tim baxter says:

So when are you boys coming over to WA for a game.

tim baxter says:

Looking how Richo hits he should use a club like that

Cody Jones says:

Hmmm… Tungsten….

Justin Taylor says:

TM way too many current products for me. So confused. I thought the M2 was there GI club. I guess this could be there max GI version. Impressed with the spin numbers but assume it lacks any real feedback on off centre strikes like most GI clubs. I must admit to being a little biased against TM despite my surname being Taylor thus making me technically Taylor Made already ?
My first two sets of clubs were Adams and I loved their product and innovation. A real David vs Goliath success story. I'm a sucker for a underdog win. TM bought Adams to avoid a lawsuit for ripping of the speed slot and then buried Adams which has left a bitter taste in my mouth. Silly I know but that's how I felt. Now interestingly PXG are taking them to court for another suspected breach in patent with their P790 going on sale 15th September. They hope to make TM halt production, launch and availability until it's sorted and they have a strong argument if leaked info can be believed. FYI if you can already get your hands on them grab the p790 as it's well under half the price of the PXG ( another reason for the lawsuit) and could be a collectors item if PXG is successful. Who says Golf is boring !
Great review boys

kvgolfa says:

I don't really watch SGI/GI iron reviews so maybe it's similar to the competition, but from my limited knowledge these seem very impressive for the category. Not too ugly at address, decent sound and feel, very high smash, and spin much higher than expected

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