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2014 newest TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB Irons Review

Do you know, the TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB irons 2014 are another solid iron from TaylorMade? My handicap has remained the same – I’m not playing as much as previously so look forward to when I can get back properly! With a slightly chunky top line they still look good behind the ball and the head shape is nice.

The sole is a little more chunky than the other TP irons thanks to the undercut cavity of the cast head, but that is what gives the CB irons their forgiveness and high MOI. The head includes a forged face insert and combined with the sound management badge does make these irons feel very good indeed.

This is a little surprising as the heads are oversized with a little more offset than the TaylorMade Tour Preferred MC irons 2014, so you would expect all the usual game improvement characteristics, but no. The flight was a little higher but still penetrating and the long irons in particular were very easy to hit.

I guess, Mid-handicappers may want to blend a few of the MC short irons into their set, but otherwise the CB irons are well worth considering.

Marc Leishman takes lead after 64

AKRON, Ohio — For many of the players here at the Bridgestone Invitational, the opening round of this World Golf Championship felt like either a warmup or an audition for bigger events to follow.

That left Marc Leishman of Australia with the perfect formula Thursday in the opener at Firestone, a big golf course where good scores are available by keeping the ball in play.

Leishman shot a 64 with taylormade tour preferred mb 2014 on an otherwise soft, gentle day of scoring to take the lead.

Ryan Moore was among three players at 65, a good start for someone looking for one big week to get him on the Ryder Cup team.

Two more Ryder Cup hopefuls — Patrick Reed and Francesco Molinari of Italy — were among those another shot back, while defending champion Tiger Woods opened with a 68 in his best round since his return from back surgery and the successive recovery effort.

Open Championship winner Rory McIlroy, who next week will chase his second straight major, was among the leaders until not paying attention to packed sand in a bunker that sent him to a double-bogey late in his round. He still wound up with a 69.

Leishman, meanwhile, continued to go about his work in quiet, reasonable form, after top 10s recently at Congressional and Royal Liverpool.

“I drove the ball well. It makes this course a lot easier when you’re on the fairway,” Leishman said. “It’s pretty tough when you’re playing from the rough. Then, I hit my taylormade tour preferred mc irons 2014 really well and was rolling the ball awesome. So it’s a pretty good combination for a tough golf course like this, something I can hopefully keep going.”

Charl Schwartzel and Justin Rose joined Moore one shot out of the lead.

Phil Mickelson’s biggest struggle was with his health. He didn’t arrive in Ohio until Wednesday night because of strep throat, and he opened with a 71.

McIlroy appeared to pick up where he left off in England. He wasn’t expecting a hangover from winning his third major and didn’t experience one except for his mistake from the bunker on the eighth hole.

“There’s still so much to play taylormade sldr irons australia,” he said. “No. 1 spot is up for grabs. Trying to get myself as far up the FedEx Cup points as possible. I haven’t won a World Golf Championship before. Got another major coming up next week. It hasn’t been that hard for me to refocus and get back to work.”

Ramsay’s TaylorMade Tour Preferred MC irons and R11s driver

The 29-year-old Scot, who claimed his first victory since landing the 2009 South African Open, carded a 16-under winning total at the idyllic Crans-sur-Sierre for his second career professional victory.

Ramsay, who has finished in the top-six in his last two starts, trusted the r11s driver taylormade, RocketBallz Tour fairway woods, TaylorMade Tour Preferred MC Irons 2014 and Penta TP5 ball to conquer the cold, damp conditions in the Swiss Alps.

The former US Amateur champion performed admirably with his TaylorMade Tour Preferred Forged MC irons by topping the greens in regulation charts for the week on 81.9%.

TaylorMade claims its Tour Preferred MC irons incorporate a compact, shallow cavity that delivers the optimum blend of feel, workability and forgiveness.

Ramsay, who strolled home in the comfort of the adidas Golf adiPURE, also ranked in the top-20 for driving accuracy with his TaylorMade R11S.

The Aberdonian also took advantage of Under Armour’s Storm collection to battle the elements.

“The conditions the first few days made it difficult for everyone but I feel like Under Armour equipped me with all the right tools to keep my performance levels up even in such terrible conditions,” said Ramsay, who relied on the Storm 2.0 Zip Jacket, Storm 2.0 Pant and Evo Coldgear Compression mock.

2014 newest TaylorMade Tour Preferred irons Review

Taylormade unveiled its new Tour Preferred MB, Tour Preferred MC and Tour Preferred CB 2014. They are favoured by highly skilled players.

Dustin Johnson is debuting the Taylormade Tour Preferred MB irons 2014. It is an authentic muscleback player’s blade, precisely forged of soft, 1025 carbon steel. The shape is classic and compact, with a thin top-line and minimal offset

Tour Preferred CB irons 2014
is one of the longest player’s irons. It is a full-fledged cavity back that maintains the shape of a player’s iron and the elegant look of a blade when set-up behind the ball. Short-iron heads are compact with minimal offset, while the long and middle iron heads are slightly larger with progressive offset for more stability and easier launch.

Tour Preferred MC irons 2014 combines a player’s shape with a shallow “muscle cavity” to boost MOI, creating an unparalleled blend of beauty, feel, workability and stability. The clubhead’s length, top-line and sole-width are all slightly larger compared to the Tour Preferred MB.

Irons that meet a Tour pro’s requirements for look, feel, sound and workability. That’s why these clubs bare the name Tour Preferred.