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T MB irons

larry c

Just received my new set of T MB's. Man these are great !!! I got the KBS lite, taper shaft. Ball flies off the face. High and long. STOKED!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  1. Rogelio Villarreal

    That's awesome.
    I have the 714 MB Forged irons with KBS R Shafts. I did try these and would like to make the change one day since they do feel a bit better and give extra yardage.
  2. IANative

    I'm interested in the T-MB as my potential next set. I currently play 710 AP2's w/ KBS Tour shafts, however, my 4 iron is a 712u w/ PX 6.0, and it's the easiest to hit club in the bag. Are the T-MB's designed to be more forgiving than the AP2's, and how similar are they to the 712u that I love?
  3. Rick V., Team Titleist Staff

    IANative

    I'm interested in the T-MB as my potential next set. I currently play 710 AP2's w/ KBS Tour shafts, however, my 4 iron is a 712u w/ PX 6.0, and it's the easiest to hit club in the bag. Are the T-MB's designed to be more forgiving than the AP2's, and how similar are they to the 712u that I love?

    You'll love the T-MB's, Native. Extremely forgiving but they look like an AP2 head at address (not overly bulky). I find the feel to be head and shoulders above the 712U, too. I have 3,4,5 in the bag now and couldn't be happier.

    Good, luck. Try to get properly fit for them, as the shaft will make a big difference, too.

    Rick
  4. IANative

    Thanks for the reply, Rick. In your current bag, to which 6-P iron(s) do you transition from the T-MB?
  5. IANative

    Thanks, Rick. In your current bag, to which iron(s) model do you transition from the T-MB?
  6. IANative

    Thanks, Rick. Can you tell me which irons you use for 6-PW, in combination with your T-MB's?
  7. Darron K

    Ian, the T-MB's are way more forgiving and you "should" get a little more distance using 6-P because they are 2° stronger. The 5 and 4 are only 1° stronger so you may or may not get a few yards more.
  8. Samuel C

    Ian, the T-MBs essentially replaced the 712Us. You can see them in a lot of Titleist staff players bags as a long iron replacement. There are even some pros that have an entire set of T-MBs. They are great clubs and the fact that you can mix and match your set to whatever Titleist offers, is great. Just get fitted and have the lofts and lies dialed in, so you have that yardage gap that you want.

  9. Joe D

    Larry congrats on the
    T-MB.
    Nothing like the looks of a blade iron.

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