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Great TaylorMade Tour Preferred MC 
By delia on Sep 27, 2012 07:45 AM
The Tour Preferred MC are designed with a clean, classic shape that offers the optimum blend of feel, workability, and forgiveness.

By incorporating a compact, shallow cavity, the TPMCs deliver the feel and workability of a forging plus a degree of added stability. The clubhead features a thin topline, straighter leading edge and less-cambered sole.

The sole is moderate to narrow in thickness and less cambered, preventing deep digging. The leading edge features minimal heel-to-toe radius with the ideal amount of camber to cut cleanly and precisely into the turf with little to no resistance.

The advanced groove design on the Bois R11 promotes more spin and control from the rough. TaylorMade’s precision-weighting port is incorporated into the TPMCs, guaranteeing precise swingweights while ensuring optimal and consistent CG location in every clubhead to promote optimized ball flight in the long, middle and short-irons.

The fers R11 and a muscle cavity design that blends the best elements of blades and cavity back irons. The mid-sized heads came with a lovely satin chrome finish and a mid-sized top line that is thicker than the MB irons but smaller than the CB irons.

The precision weight port 'bolt' looks much better on these irons as it is blended into the styling. Combined with the forged nature of the heads the feel is very good and like most TaylorMade irons they are very easy to hit.

The Ping — pink driver g20 are great looking clubs with a solid, heavy compact head. They sit nicely behind the ball and I liked the matt effect look of the clubface. They are designed for better player performance and they really delivered with a great sound and feel from the club face. Easy to hit for the better player market so definitely irons for the wish list.

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