Reviews and Problems with Titleist CB forged Irons
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Titleist Forged 775.CB Irons Review
dbm123, The Sand Trap
19 September 2012
Conclusion: I picked up a used set of these with graphite shafts for a reasonable price as a step up from my Ram FX2 irons. They are not the newest thing on the market these days but they are very nice game improvement irons. I have only played five rounds with them but I am very pleased. I'd but them again in a heartbeat.
Conclusion: No way...they are forged blades which are for single digit handicaps, and you have to be pretty amazing to hit them. I'm an 8 and I can't even hit them consistently and ball striking is one of my pluses. They are extremely unforgiving and will not help your game.
Conclusion: Well, the 775 cb iron set is awesome. The top line is small enough to feel as though you are playing a muscle back blade. The offset is not as dramatic as we all hear about, and I have even heard that the distance is not that great on the long irons.........I hit the 4 iron consistantly 205yds, and very straight. This is a great distance and extremely accurate iron.....The set is great and I play to 6 index.........
Conclusion: I just play golf for 11 months and mad crazy about Golf. Start with Mizuno MP37 with Dynamic Gold R300. It was going good in my game till one day I want to try the gravity irons set. I just bought 2nd hand Titleist 775.cb with Dynamic Gold S300. I think they are more easy to hit and more distance than MP37 about 5- 10 yards. And now my handicaps down to 15 Thanks... PS.
Conclusion: I just bought a set of 775.CB Titleist irons and tryed them out in a Womens club tournament the same day. I won 2nd place! They feel amazing! I am a 20 handicap and have just been playing over a year and a half with a womens mismatched set of ping G2 irons. I am going to love playing with these irons and am shooting for number one next month!!!
Conclusion: Take it from me after golfing for 46 years. It is NOT how long you hit your 6 iron. It is how you can control the distance and direction. A consistent 150 yds with a 6 is better than 175 from a cast club. But even more important is how good is your feel when chipping under 100 yds. That feel will lower your scores the most. Sure a cast R7 will be longer than a forged 775. That means didly to your score. 75% of your iron shots will be under 100 yards.
Conclusion: I was fitted for Titleist 775CBs by David Corrado, the Head Golf Professional at TPC MI. These irons instantly proved to be game improvement clubs! I played to a 17 handicap before purchasing the irons. My handicap is now about a 12. These irons work well for me, but a good portion of my improvement had to do with being properly fit. I was fitted for previous irons by "knowledgeable" sales people from an area store. Mr.