Last month, we showed you the new Titleist AP1 and AP2 irons, and now the brand has unveiled two new blade models – the 712 MB and 712 CB - that have been engineered to suit the needs of pure ball strikers.
The 712 MB and CB models follow on from the impressive 710 irons that launched back in 2009, and they’ve already been widely-accepted on Tour with a number of wins before they’ve even hit the stores.
Titleist, by their own admission, haven’t sought to reinvent the wheel with the redesigned 712 MB and CB models and instead have tweaked what were already very impressive offerings.
Both models feature a Tour-preferred satin finish that reduces glare and accentuates the top-line profile for easier alignment and confidence at address, while the compact nature of the head will aid workability.
The MB model has an improved sole design which gives less resistance through the turf – perfect those players who like to pick the ball neatly off the deck. The CB model features a slightly wider-sole which favours golfers who are more aggressive through the grass. The CB, as suggested by the name, also features a shallow cavity.
INFORMATION: Both the Titleist 712 MB and 712CB irons, on sale on November 18, will retail at £110 per club in steel and £125 in graphite.