TaylorMade M CGB Irons Review
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The TaylorMade M CGB Irons retail for $1,199.99 (MSRP) and they're engineered to maximize every shot, being designed for the ultimate distance throughout the set. Besides distance, the TaylorMade M CGB Irons feature full face forgiveness and due to their less than 2 millimeters thin face, every iron in the set delivers consistently high COR, for optimized spin rates and high trajectory. To make a long story short, these irons are the definition of high trajectory, extreme forgiveness and distance, being aimed at higher handicap players looking for a state of the art set of irons. These babies are built like a Soviet tank, in the good sense of the word, and they combine TaylorMade's latest and greatest technologies to make for the company's most forgiving and longest irons to date.

In terms of looks, think about the tank comparison: yes, these irons are thick, there's no way around it, yet they're designed for delivering outstanding performance, not for winning a beauty pageant. Featuring TaylorMade's proprietary Geocustic engineering, these irons boast a specially designed Hybrar damper, which, as per its name, softens the feel and dampens the sound, for increased playability. Playing them would feel like the ball is alive and jumping off the face on its own, being some of the most forgiving irons on the market, while their ultra thin active face which combines TaylorMade's patented Speed Pocket and Face Slots technologies adds to feel and distance. Bottom line, if you're looking for incredibly easy to hit and amazingly forgiving high-performance irons, the TaylorMade M CGB should rank high on your priority list.