In my opinion, the TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB irons
offer more forgiveness and better feel than others. I have also looked at other golf clubs and for the money...there is no comparison. The only thing that would make this club absolutely perfect is a satin finish. The TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB irons
boast the highest MOI of the three 2011 TP irons. It is a multi-material forged cavity back design, with a two-piece head. The TPCB’s advanced construction combines a forged face with a cast body.
The TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB irons
have a thin topline, but the widest sole of the three new forged irons, as well as the most offset and slightly stronger lofts. None of the new TaylorMade Tour Preferred Forged CB irons are designed with the high-handicap players in mind. Still, at their friendliest, the clubs would be classified as game-improvement irons. TaylorMade has clubs like the TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons for them. Instead, think of these clubs as tools for The Good.The Tour Preferred CB irons
combine a forged face with a cast undercut cavity to deliver the feel of a forged iron with the forgiveness of a deep cavityback. By uniting a forged face with a cast cavity has allowed TaylorMade to deliver the best of both worlds: the soft feel of a forging with the stability and forgiveness of a deep undercut cavity. The Precision Weighting Port ensures consistent swingweight and optimal CG in every club. The face also features TaylorMade’s Inverted Cone Technology, which varies the thickness of the face itself so shots that are slightly mis-hit create nearly the same ball speed as shots hit in the sweet spot.