As for the newest product of Titleist, the 712 MB Irons are the worthiest of waiting for nearly four month, the first group of people who has already hit the 712 MB Irons is not others but the pro playing at the AT&T National, certainly including Rory McIlroy, Geoff Ogilvy and Rickie Fowler, and Rory McIlroy give the company lots of good feedback on them.
From now on, let's have a look at the Titleist 712 MB Irons. They're classic muscle back forged irons that deliver the looks, feel and performance highly-skilled players demand. Forged from 1025 carbon steel with bright chrome plating, MB irons feature constant blade lengths, minimal progressive offset and a thin topline for superior shotmaking. What is more, MB irons feature a uniform muscle shape that provides more mass behind the impact area to achieve the quintessential soft, solid feel. This weighting also produces consistent launch angle, backspin and ball speed in order to provide precise distance and shot control demanded by better players. The classic design and traditional feel and responsiveness of the new MB irons will please even the most adamant traditional iron enthusiasts.
Basing on Chris McGinley, Titleist's vice president of golf club marketing, "The overall goal was to better apply the different materials we use in the design,""To make both the AP1 and AP2, in essence, more forgiving. But when you are talking about the AP2 player, he's not really looking for forgiveness. For him, iron play is all about distance control. When we can make an iron more forgiving, we're really giving the AP2 player more consistent ball speed over a larger area of the face.If you do that, you're assuming what the player needs, and we don't want to do that he said.The fact that we can make those custom means that we don't have to make a pre-packaged set. Everyday golfers can go get fit for Titleist irons and order a mixed set if they want.
In fact, you don't need to wait for the Titleist 712 MB Irons any more, on account of that they have arrive at the discount golf store in recent days. There you can get more information on Titleist's new 712 iron series including AP1 and AP2, as well as more discount golf clubs.