What does Tour Preferred irons mean?

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What does Tour Preferred irons mean?

Irons that meet a Tour pro’s requirements for look, feel, sound and workability,” said Sean Toulon, Executive Vice President. “That’s why these clubs bare the name Tour Preferred.

When did TaylorMade Tour Preferred irons come out?

Above, Golf Monthly Technical Editor Paul O’Hagan gives his TaylorMade Tour Preferred Irons review. The clubs come in three models – CB, MB and MC – and were unveiled in January 2014.

What is a muscle cavity iron?

What Is A Cavity Back Iron? A cavity back iron is a modern-looking iron that is bulkier looking and more forgiving. These irons have a much larger sweet spot and launch the ball higher in the air. These irons are most commonly used by average golfers but some pros do have them in their bags.

What’s the difference between Tour irons and regular?

The difference between Tour Issue Clubs over Retail Clubs is all in the details. Retail clubs can be very misleading. The tolerances allowed on retail clubs are 10 times greater then tolerances allowed for on tour vans.

How do I know if my TaylorMade club is TOUR issue?

The only way to tell a “tour head” from a retail head is to look at the driver’s serial number (pictured above). They always start with the letter “T,” which denotes that they were made especially for tour players.

Do Tour pros use cavity back irons?

According to Titleist, 70% of tour players use cavity backs while 30% use blades. Cavity back irons provide increased forgiveness while blades offer more control and a better feel. This is why a lot of tour players have both cavity backs and blade irons in their bags.

How old are R11 irons?

TaylorMade R11 Irons – Product Details

UK Launch 01 September 2011
USA Launch 01 September 2011
Handicap Range Low ‌‌‌‌ High
Golfer Mens
Hand Availability Left, Right

How do I know if my Taylormade club is TOUR issue?

What does TOUR mean on golf clubs?

Tour Issue Clubs are unique with laser precision. Every specification on a tour issue club is measured, and marked. But it doesn’t stop there; then they COR test the clubs, making sure the face is not too hot and ensuring they are eligible for use on tour.

What year did TaylorMade make r7 irons?

TaylorMade R7 Irons Fast Facts: Launch date: November 01, 2008.

What year did the TaylorMade r7?

In 2004, with the release of the r7 Quad driver, TaylorMade brought movable weight technology to the masses. 3 years later TaylorMade again revolutionized the market with the introduction of the r7 SuperQuad.