The titleist mb 714 irons and CB irons are the company’s smallest and most workable irons. While the 714s are very similar to their predecessor 712 irons. They’re still one-piece irons forged from 1025 carbon steel. The engineers made a few tweaks to their designs to improve the look and feel of the clubs.
Compared to the 712 AP2′s, the 714′s have soles that feature slightly more camber, as well as pre-worn leading edges, which remove a small amount of metal from the front of the sole to allow for better turf interaction, particularly in firm conditions. To further enhance the irons’ ball flight, Titleist strengthened the loft of 6 iron through gap wedge one degree, which will make them fly a little lower and go a bit farther as well.
Like the titleist ap1 714 irons and titleist ap2 714 irons, the MB’s and CB’s have an improved hosel blend that makes offset less apparent at address. They also have slightly straighter leading edges, and the CB has a sole with increased camber to help improve turf interaction.
The titleist cb 714 irons also have a slightly shorter profile that makes them look more compact at address, which many better players prefer. Unlike the AP1 and AP2 irons, the MB and CB irons retain their traditional lofts — the 6 irons measure 31 degrees, while the pitching wedges measure 47 degrees.
The 714 MB and CB irons come stock with True Temper’s Dynamic Gold shafts in regular, stiff and extra-stiff flexes.