Driving Iron

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By D. Coble T

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  1. D. Coble T

    D. Coble T
    Denver, CO

    Hello TT Seeking advice for a driving iron suggestion? Please advise. Thanks!

  2. TMB, it's an animal.
  3. Barry B

    Barry B
    Lake St Louis, MO

    One of the 718 T-MB irons could fit your needs, but you should work with a fitter to find the best head/shaft combo.
  4. Dwayne N

    Dwayne N
    Island, KY

    I currently use a 3-iron with set 2 degree strong with a recoil shaft in it. Works really well for me.
  5. The Titleist T-MB 2 iron is money. If you are looking for a little more distance in one, I would highly recommend getting a graphite shaft in it. This club is honestly a 3-wood in an iron!
  6. JOSHUA M

    JOSHUA M
    FARGO

    Well you can't go wrong with the 718 T-MB 2 iron (17 degree). You could go with a graphite shaft, would like hitting a 5 wood I'd say for distance.

    Josh
  7. ADeLucia

    ADeLucia
    Winston Salem NC

    TMB for sure! once you hit it you'll be hooked!
  8. steele b

    steele b
    Redding, CA

    I’m currently using a 712 cb 2 iron 2 degrees strong with a C-taper tour x-flex for me I can use it for a low stinger or high shot if needed but it could be based on swing speed person I swing my 2 iron about 105 mph and I’m naturally a high ball hit but with not having a the help in the back it allows me to hit that low shot when needed
  9. steele b

    steele b
    Redding, CA

    But I just got the new 818 hybrid in 17 turn down to 16 degrees works well for not so windy day I can still hit the stinger but not nearly as low but if you want it to hit par 5 in 2 its a much better choice

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