Introducing the New Titleist T-MB 718 Irons – The 2017 Japan Golf Fair is nearing just a couple of months away scheduled to take place during the last week of March. We are expecting many new Japan Only Titleist clubs mostly due to the fact that we are getting notices of current models being discontinued. It started with the Vokey Cold Forged then the T-MB and now we are starting learn a bit more about what’s next to come from Titleist.
Like the 716 T-MB the new 718 T-MB by Titleist looks like a muscle back but features a hollow structure making it very forgiving for it’s size. This is the first sight of a model named “718” with the 716 series destined to be replaced with the same moniker on the future. Titleist has expanded the tungsten structure on the heel and toe side bringing the MOI up and lowering the CG to make it even easier to hit. We do expect a #2 iron as well. Titleist Japan is saying that they have found a way to make the new T-MB more forgiving than even the current model AP2. TSG will have pre-orders up for these very shortly so stay tuned!
Great news Bridgestone fans TSG is now offering factory customizations on the the Tour-B’s from Bridgestone Golf. This includes a large variety of paint colors for the woods as well as seven different plating options for the irons. The prices are pretty reasonable woods cost 80 bucks for a new coat of paint and the irons are 35 per head to change the finish. You also have the option to match grips, ferrules, and paint fill. Please inquire with [email protected]
It’s the MB-5005 with a custom Y-Grind and hairline finish. Only 150 sets were produced and they are all that wonderful Miura shape, feel and quality that so many have grown to love. With all the recent press about Miura’s globals majority share being purchased and with all the fan boys & naysayers speculating the brands future I wanted to get everyone back to what matters most… Their awesome clubs!
After the jump we will share how these are different from the standard 5005 and what is so special about the Y-GRIND. Click to Read On…
This is a custom set of Honma Tour World TW737P Irons – TSG is now offering these to our clients via email order and in the TSG ProShop. The “P” model is the most forgiving in the TourWorld line up It is the only cast iron of the TW737 series. Honma has been a leader in golf specific castings for decades and is implementing a new soft iron casting manufacturing method.
Honma has also thinned out the top line yet still managed to keep the CG low. The face itself is a hot hybrid steel material for improved distance. Behind the impact zone Honma has strengthend and thickened the area for a softer more mild impact. The TW737P is the most forgiving of the TW series, then one step more forgiving is the BeZeal line up followed by the Beres models for seniors, smoother, and female golfers. Follow the Jump for some more beautiful photos…
Hello Beautiful… MP-66 Yoro Craft Irons and TSG has thrown the kitchen sink into these. Where to start? The MP-66’s are Mizuno’s newest iron, it’s Japan Only and Mizunos new flagship players CB. It’s small, soft, and forgiving. Much more forgiving than it’s predecessor.
Our customers absolutely love the MP-5, MP-55 and MP-66. The feedback has been outstanding in feel and forgiveness across all three of those models. When you add over the top options to these sets it takes them from great to amazing depending on your specific needs. We got some great pics to drool at after the jump…
Honma Golf’s new TW737 series is incredible. TSG will be showing you the full line up starting off with what could be the Best Blade to hit the market in a while. Honma already had the TW727M blade which was a small, narrow and workable choice so a blade that offered more forgiveness and larger dimensions was great next move.
The new TW-BM in comparison with the 727M has a taller and wider face. Professional JPGA star Hideto Tanihara asked Honma to enlarge the head of the TW717M to try an MB that was forgiving. Instead of simply enlarging the size of the head they completely redesigned the blade from the ground up using CAD to optimize the CG so that this club maintains control and great feeling at impact with a larger sweet spot. Many more photos after the Jump!
PRGR has 4 different product series of gear such as the RS, RED, egg, Sweep (ladies). Today I’ve got some photos of the new Red series irons. It uses a thin walled titanium face insert + vibration dampening material called “flash one” low cg all that good stuff a multi piece iron design gets to have. So it’s all about distance and forgiveness with these and best part is they don’t look super chunky. More pics and comments after the jump…
Mizuno MP-66 Yoro Craft Irons – The new MP-66 was just released a few weeks back. This Japan only design is Mizuno Japan’s new flagship players cavity back.
The MP-66 is the evolution of the MP-64 iron with the help of Mizuno’s Japan tour players who have requested multiple improvements not only in shape but also design and feel. We have many photos after the jump and please remember these are full blown custom by yoro featuring a unique finish and grind that is not retail in Japan. Click read more to continue…
Photos of the CGS Orion Blades in Soft Black. Compared to the Nickel Finish it is a bit more dark, dull, and slightly more matte looking. side by side the differences are subtle. More photos after the Jump…
Three Luck’s new muscle back blade – The company three luck is known best for it’s Sky Dream Jump series of wedges. SDJ wedges have a small cult following on among TSG members known for their excellent spin, grinds, and feel.
These new Three Luck blades have a CNC milled face and back face to make for a visually stunning yet performance driven design. Made 100% in Japan forged, milled, and hand-ground. Follow the jump for more photos…