Summary: I love this 3 wood. I bought the irons at the 1st of the year from a friend and my score dropped 15 strokes into the low 90's. I found the 3 wood at a local shop for only $50 and I now get up and down on a par 4 in 2 strokes. The club is long and straight.
Summary: After having my best year ever with TM r7 CGB steel shafted irons, I found a set of CGB Max irons with an 85 gram Penley graphite iron shaft. I had started losing distance with my irons and wanted to try the newer model but, was wary of the reviews stating that the stock graphite shafts were too...
Summary: I love these clubs. I'm not a physically strong player but with these clubs and Callaway HX-Hot balls I can hit iron shots as far and accurately (usually) as the low handicappers in my group who are playing other irons and Pro-V1s.
Summary: bought used from TM pre-owned. Club is in excellent shape and I played it for the first time on Sat. Very satisfied without any time on the range. 10.5 degree with a stock 45 gram shaft-reg flex. Very forgiving with a neutral bias.
Summary: i own a full set of cgb irons and metal woods. i loved the set so much i purchased a 5 and 7 wood. set is about 6 years old. i had extra points in my amex account so i purchased the above r7 cgb max 10.5 driver while playing the top of the club cracked.
Summary: This club is long, easy to hit from a variety of lies, and maintains a solid path. I was really struggling with my 3 wood and played a rental set with a 5 wood and was amazed at how much better I hit it. After that I went to golf shop and hit the Big Bertha, The Burner, and The R7 CGB Max 5's.
Summary: No place to review these, so here goes... Best irons I have ever hit, and by a long way. The 2009 Burner irons are in a class by themselves. I am a club junkie, but really just trying to find the perfect sticks... for me. I have owned well over 100 sets of irons over the last 3 years.