Just wanted to add this post and comment to any and all just because it was something I spent so much time researching. I started hitting the 710 Ap2 and moved into the CB line, have been hitting that club for the past few years and have been really trying to persuade myself that to be a better ball striker it might actually help to hit a harder club... I know kind of weird. Kind of along the lines of Ricky Fowler hitting decades old clubs when he wants to make sure he's striking clubs well.
Anywho... I finally decided I would move from into the MB's from the CB's, I know they're coming out with a new line this fall but figured this would give me a few months to figure out if I would be alright in the MB's. I'm a 13 handicap and I feel like my nemesis has been my ball striking.
So here's what I've noticed, these SOB's are easier to hit than my CB's, I know everyone is going to comment about what kind of a hitter I am and that's fine, but I'm telling you these clubs are the cat's meow if you will, Can't believe how good they feel, even the lower irons fly fantastic and yesterday I was hitting greens at a much higher percentage than I ever did with my CB"s. I know i'm not really trying to work the ball but really focus in on the feedback my shots are telling me. In the past week I have already lowered my scores a few strokes and enjoy the game more and more.
So in case anyone was thinking about trying the blades I would highly recommend you try, I feel it's a way to actually improve your game because your developing your game rather than having clubs that play to your weakness. I know others feel differently and that's great, play what works for you, this is just to let anyone who questions hitting the MB's to give it a try, you may like the switch:) Can't wait to get the 714 MB even though they will be ever so slightly different from the looks of it, I hate being addicted to Titleist clubs, but like most of you secretly love it:)