TaylorMade RAC CGB Iron Review

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This summer TaylorMade decided to add one more iron to their already convoluted, overpopulated iron family and the RAC CGB (Centre of Gravity Back) was born. The CGB is TaylorMade's most forgiving, most technologically advanced iron ever.
 

Nike Slingshot Iron Review

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When rumours began to surface several years back that Nike was attempting to become a major player in the golf club industry, many of us working in the business were skeptical. Sure they may have had Tiger Woods on their playing staff but at that time he could have won tournaments using hickory shafts and a featherie ball.
 

Cleveland TA7 And TA7 Tour Iron Review

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While the trend in game improvement irons continues to be wide soles and thick top lines, there is a small group of clubs that are easy to hit and still are traditional looking. The Cleveland TA7 is the leader of this group. I have sold Cleveland for over 10 years and I have never had this many people ask for …

Cleveland TA6 Iron Review

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There has been a real trend towards wider soled, low center of gravity irons lately and the TA6 is Cleveland's version. The first thing you notice when looking at the TA6 is how long and skinny the club head is. This design allows the majority of the weight to be positioned below the equator of the golf ball.
 

Cobra SS-i Iron Review

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Cobra Golf has always geared their equipment towards the mid to high handicaps and given them clubs designed for game improvement. The SS-i iron is Cobra's newest addition and it fits the game improvement mould perfectly. The SS-i combines older, proven technology with new ideas and the result is a very nice iron.
 

Cleveland TA3 Iron Review

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There are actually two versions of this club available. The TA3 was originally a cast club before Cleveland decided to use their Form Forged process to create the TA3 Form Forged. The overall design of the club didn't change and to be honest with you neither did the feel or playability.
 

Callaway Big Bertha ‘04 Review

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This club is designed for the higher handicapper that wants to improve his/her game and have fun at the same time. These irons have many of the "standard" Callaway traits; thick sole and top line, undercut cavity, bore through hosel.
 

Titleist 704CB Iron Review

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When we first got word that Titleist was coming out with a forged cavity I considered ordering a set sight unseen for myself. Most industry people I know all waited in great anticipation for this magical club to arrive at our doors. Could it be a throwback to the 962B? Or was it going to be something similar to the …