2011 PGA Show - Titleist Demo Day Pics
Posted 30 January 2011 - 08:02 PM
Nope. Not in the 910 series. Everyone is going the way of adjustable. To me, having used every adjustable option on the market just about, I think the 910's feel by far the closest to a glued option.
Some feel the hosel is clunky, I think it's the most fluid looking of them all.
Posted 30 January 2011 - 08:42 PM
they changed to the same steel mizuno uses. the 1025 carbon steel. gives it the "soft feeling" I just ordered me a set of the MB's today actually. i was back and forth between these and the MP68's and went with titleist. personal preference and a much better looking head at address. but i'm with you.. hope they dont wear out tooo fast :/
Me, too. You definitely can see the wear. But they're beautiful irons and you'll have to pry them out of my hands.
Posted 31 January 2011 - 11:07 AM
what do you guys think is the handicap cut off between the CB and the AP2. how much more difficult to hit are the CB2? i only him them inside, so im not sure and as a 4 handicap was wondering if the CB has an advantage over the AP2?
Posted 31 January 2011 - 03:41 PM
On another note, I don't think there is a GHIN number system that tells you where and what to play.
I'm twice your handicap and I play the CB's and the MB's in a combo set.
I didn't like the AP2's that much, and I hit them with the CB's and notice nothing different other than looks, and a lower ball flight..
sorry i think i screwed that one up, i clicked on the wrong button. i understand about the handicap system i guess i was just wondering a range for forgiveness between the 2 sets. i have the adams A4 and was looking to upgrade.
Posted 31 January 2011 - 05:58 PM
I'm a decent ball striker, I know, I know.. a mid cap... decent ball striker? Nahhhhh! But yeah, I'm a decent iron player who likes to mess around and work the ball when I shouldn't. I like flat iron shots, and the ability to work it one way or the other.
The CB's are really nice, nice grind if your a bit steep and impart a bunch of spin. The MB's are nicer I think, but the grind lends me to dig them a bit more, but I only see that in the 8-PW.. my 6-7 iron MB's don't dig, so it's my swing.
They are the classic Titleist forgings.. Soft feel, nice click when you catch it right.. Good grind, great weighting.. Mid ball flight, but depends on your shafts and your swing mostly..
Go for it if you want something new. I think they'd be slightly less forgiving than the A4's, but really not a whole helluva lot of difference to be honest.
Posted 16 July 2011 - 02:50 PM