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Titleist CB 714 Steel Iron set

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $245.33
Mid: $288.62
High: $331.91

Next update: 5/29/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $429.32
Mid: $505.08
High: $580.84

Next update: 5/29/16

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Carbon Steel

• Maximum shot control from the constant blade length and mimimal progressive offset.
• Solid feel from the compact head shape and shallow cavity back with inner muscle.
• High performance sole with camber and sole width progression from long to short irons.
• Straight leading edge and blended hosel for less visual offset.
• Compact short irons with slightly reduced blade height in the heel.
• 1025 Carbon Steel.
Headquartered in Fairhaven, Massachusetts Titleist’s mission is to serve the needs of the serious and recreational golfer. Titleist offers a full golf equipment product line including drivers, fairways, irons, Vokey wedges, utility irons and Scotty Cameron Putters. Titleist is also an extremely strong leader in the golf ball market. Titleist is well represented on the PGA TOUR as well as most international competitive tours. Titleist, along with Pinnacle, and FootJoy brands, together comprise Acushnet Company, which is an operating company of Fila Korea, Ltd., the owner of the Fila brand globally, and Mirae Asset Private Equity.

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Forged from 1025 carbon steel, the latest version of the CB features an improved hosel blended into the head to produce less visual offset. The leading edge is "pre-worn" to prevent digging into the turf.
"At address this club is pure business. It also says 'better players only.'"
"A beautiful, sweet feel at impact that produces an ideal trajectory. The ball comes down when you expect it to, not sooner or later."
When you have a proven winner, the first rule is "do no harm." Titleist has done that with the CB, making subtle yet meaningful enhancements (such as reduced face height in the short irons and a sole camber that works for a variety of angles of attack into the ball) without offending its core audience.
Long irons are significantly helpful for significantly few.

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