MB (2010)

Improved muscle shape behind the impact area, consistent throughout the set. Extreme workability with Tour standard lofts for shot and trajectory control. Features dual hosel lengths with shorter hosels in the long irons improving launch and longer hosels helping control the flight of mid and low irons. Graphite-shafted version costs

great looks
for pros

Pro's view: By Andy Raitt


I consider this to be probably the best-looking iron I have seen! It's made from forged carbon steel and used by most of their staff players. The MBs have a thin top edge and constant blade lengths that minimise the offset and are designed for 'superior shotmaking.'


These clubs are aimed really good golfers who like to shape their shots through the air and work the ball into the flagsticks. From almost the first hit, I felt they were fantastic with a great feel off the face. Immediately I can highly recommend them to lower single figure handicappers out there that like the look of and feel of traditional blades.

*Former European Tour player Andy Raitt won the 2009 PGA Southern Region Order of Merit, was third in the Srixon PGA Play-Offs at Little Aston and will represent his Region in the 2010 BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.

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