This is the typical tactic at this time for game-improvement and super-game improvement clubs. Moving the CG deep and rearward helps the golfer achieve a higher launch angle - to get the ball up in the TaylorMade Rocket Ballz RBZ Irons air, in other words - and more carry distance.
The clubheads of this hottest online TaylorMade R7 CGB Max Irons
is, TaylorMade Titleist 712 AP2 Irons says, "extremely large." The extremely large head is optimally weighted with the help of visible tungsten weights that increase MOI for greater stability and forgiveness.
The weighting properties follow the same principles as in the woods: drawing the center of gravity deeper and rearward, aiding launch, increasing MOI and forgiveness. Tungsten plugs, visible to the eye, add weight to rear of the clubhead; the topline is hollow, saving more weight to be repositioned low and back.
According to the company, it's the longest and most forgiving iron now in the TM lineup. The topline is hollow and the saved weight is used to Callaway X-24 move the CG deep into the clubhead to make it incredibly easy to launch the ball on a towering, distance-enhancing flight.
The irons come in 3-PW, plus attack wedge, sand wedge and lob wedge, both right-handed and left (with the exception of the lob wedge, which is available in RH only). A women's Taylormade R11 Driver version comes with 4-PW plus sand wedge and is available in RH only. Although the cheapest online R7 CGB Max irons were available at retail beginning Oct. 30, 2007 ,still now you can find there has quite a lot of golf players use this R7 max irons in their golf games.