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Titleist 714 MB & CB Irons Review: Quick Look

If you’re a good ball-striker and looking for an iron that will let you work the ball all over the course, while providing amazing feel and distance, look no further than the Titleist 714 MB and CB.

Titleist has been a staple in the golf club industry for years. With the 714 series, they’re not building a brand, they’re perfecting it. Let’s take a look.

 

The Titleist Golf Clubs R&D team has made improvements to the sole, leading edge and hosel of the new models for smoother ground interaction and a more confident visual at address.

When we ask tour players what we can do to improve the CB or MB irons, their immediate reaction is always the same: Don’t do anything. It’s a welcomed challenge for our R&D team,” said Steve Pelisek, General Manager, Titleist Golf Clubs. “Through advanced computer modeling and extensive player testing we’ve been able to really fine tune these new designs and provide more performance. The new CB and MB models allow players to work the ball high and low and left and right with a solid blade feel, and now they look better at address and perform even better through the turf.

Look:

Both the MB and CB have that typical Titleist look: Beautiful. They have minimal offset and compact shapes. With a thin topline and beautiful finish, these irons will give you supreme confidence standing over the ball.

Feel:

From the Titleist website

“The new CB irons feature an optimized shallow cavity-back design with an inner cavity muscle behind the impact area for solid blade iron feel. MB is a classic muscle back forged iron, delivering great feel from muscle back weighting positioned behind the sweet spot.”

Both the MB and CB are forged from 1025 carbon steel. Both of these irons will provide amazing feel, and feedback.

Performance:

From the Titleist Website:

“The new Titleist CB and MB irons feature tour-preferred constant blade lengths with minimal progressive offset for maximum workability. Compact shapes with precise CG locations and traditional tour lofts deliver the proven flight, feel and shot-making confidence that have made CB and MB the choice of many of the world’s best players.”

In a nutshell, if you’re a ball striker, you will be able to work these clubs any way you want. These irons will provide supreme workability.

Cost:

Both the CB and MB will irons will be available in golf shops worldwide beginning Nov. 8. Both models have a MAP of $125 per club/steel and $150 per club/graphite.

MB Specs 3-iron 4 5 6 7 8 9 P
Loft 21° 24° 27° 31° 35° 39° 43° 47°
Lie 60° 61° 62° 62.5° 63° 63.5° 64° 64°
Offset 0.125” 0.120” 0.115” 0.110” 0.100” 0.090” 0.080” 0.075”
Bounce 4.5°
Length 39.0” 38.5” 38.0” 37.5” 37.0” 36.5” 36.0” 35.75”
CB Specs 3-iron 4 5 6 7 8 9 P
Loft 21° 24° 27° 31° 35° 39° 43° 47°
Lie 60° 61° 62° 62.5° 63° 63.5° 64° 64°
Offset 0.140” 0.130” 0.120” 0.110” 0.100” 0.090” 0.080” 0.075”
Bounce
Length 39.0” 38.5” 38.0” 37.5” 37.0” 36.5” 36.0” 35.75”

 

 

 

 

 

Recommended for:

These irons are recommended for low-handicap players. If you’re that low-handicap golfer, or mid-handicap golfer looking to take the next step, look no further than the Titleist 714 MB and CB.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Written by BP Staff

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