Fourteen Golf TB-7 Forged irons are a stunning blade design offering improved feel versus the TB-5 model. How do they rate?
Fourteen Golf have opted to make the TB-7 irons more compact that their predecessor, allowing for a redistribution of weight into the heart of the club head.
They build on everything good about the TB-5 irons, while delivering a softer feel, less vibration through the ball strike and an ideally re-positioned centre of gravity for maximum performance and forgiveness.
We take a look at the design of the Fourteen Golf TB7s, how they differ from the TB5 blades and what you can expect in terms of performance out on the course.
What Fourteen Golf says about the TB-7 Forged Irons:
“TB series with improved operability. Introducing the new generation, soft forged iron TB-7 Forged.
“Adopted in the first TB-5 Forged in the series, the TB-7 Forged is also equipped with a theater blade structure that improves the feel of hitting.
“The cavity step in the back face is removed which allows the face thickness to flow naturally in the curved shape of a theater creating an optimal center of gravity and a reduction in vibrations transmitted to the hands.
“The soft feel is further enhanced by the use of soft material S20C mild steel. This fulfills the need of golfers for an optimally balanced iron featuring both feel and forgiveness.
“TB-7 Forged has a smaller head size than TB-5 Forged, which places the extra weight in the theater blade.
By making it thicker, it realizes a more cored soft iron forging feel, increased feedback in the hands, with pure, pronounced feeling as to where you hit it on the face.
“Head size that is neither too small nor too large. Sole width that is neither too narrow nor too wide.
Neck shape that is neither too straight nor too offset.
Fourteen Golf TB-7 Forged Irons Specs & Design
How much does the Fourteen Golf TB-7 Forged Irons cost?
The Fourteen Golf TB-7 Forged Irons currently retails at $1,400 for a set or $200 per iron.
What are the Fourteen Golf TB-7 irons specs?
The TB7 irons are sold from 4-iron (20 degrees) to Pitching Wedge (42 degrees).
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