Is Taylormade R7 CGB Max irons in your memory ?

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Published: 31st March 2010
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Today we want to talk about the TaylorMade classical irons - R7 CGB MAX Irons. Please donot be confused with the r7 CGB Max irons.Yes, they have two models, the 2006 model and the 2008 version.



Now let me talk about the TaylorMade R7 CGB MAX Irons.



Its Background is long, so i get them in one point to press.



TaylorMade vowed to make the new r7 CGB MAX family of clubs to be the very best game-improvement equipment that money can buy, and the iron lives up to that promise. The extremely large head is optimally weighted with the help of visible tungsten weights that increase MOI for greater stability and forgiveness. The topline is hollow and the saved weight is used to move the CG deep into the clubhead to make it incredibly easy to launch the ball on a towering, distance-enhancing flight. Clubhead speed is dramatically boosted by the incorporation of SuperFast Technology, which includes the ultra-light shaft and the thin, flexible and fast clubface (thinner than the previous r7 CGB MAX model). There's also TaylorMade's Inverted Cone Technology, visible on the back of the face, to promote high ball speed on off-center hits. Finally, there's a new back-cavity badge that contributes to the clubhead's great feel.



Second, its performance



Golfers Seeking the very best iron performance will get it in the r7 CGB Max iron; the longest and easiest to hit model in the TaylorMade line thanks to its thin, fast face and super-sized design. The r7 CGB Max iron features a large, high strength steel clubface that's thin, flexible and fast. This clubface has a high COR (coefficient of restitution) for faster ball speed and extreme distance. The extra large clubhead also features tungsten weights for ultra-high MOI (moment of inertia) making it an extremly forgiving and easy to hit iron. The Clubface also incorporates TaylorMade's Inverted Cone technology which is a proven driver technology that expands the high COR zone for higher ball speed on mis-hits and more distance from shot to shot . The club's center of gravity back (CGB) makes it super easy to launch the ball high and long for increased carry and distance and it's SuperFast Techonology with a lightweight grip and shaft, thin and fast clubface give more clubhead speed, more ball speed and overall more distance.





third, its Look and Feelings





These clubs look very cutting edge. Given that they are TaylorMade, this is not very surprising. TaylorMade always seems to come up with high tech looking club offerings. From the textured black area on the backside of the clubface, to the black steel shafts...head to toe, these irons will look awesome in your bag.



The topline of the R7 CGB Max irons is pretty typical of today's super game improvement irons. It's rather thick and a little brighter looking than the more satin look of the Burner XD irons. Each iron pictured below is a 7 iron. If you are accustomed to playing blades or player type irons, you may be disgusted by such a thick topline...but...you probably aren't looking at irons like this anyway. Personally, it doesn't bother me. In fact, all that meat behind the ball...you really feel like you should have no problem walloping the ball with every swing.



Taylormade r7 CGB Max is real one classical irons for taylormade company. When i was a yong man, my drean is to get a Taylormade r7 CGB Max iron set. I donot know how many people have this memory.



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