Adams Golf has introduced a new set of irons that promise both style and substance. “With the CMBs we have created an iron that appeals to the best players in the world, but also has technology to make them playable for a wide range of players,” explained Tim Reed, VP of R&D for Adams Golf. “The look and feel of the CMB irons meets the demands of tour players and low handicap amateurs, but the unique tungsten weighting in each iron makes them great for aspiring players as well.”
The Idea CMB irons are built from forged 1025 carbon steel and feature a Nickel Chrome Satin finish. Each iron has a unique tungsten weighting low in the toe to have the center of gravity precisely centered in the scorelines to further enhance the feel and produce minimal twisting at impact, Adams Golf said. The company is touting the product for tour players as well as skilled amateurs.
“The Idea CMB irons are the best irons I have found for me,” said Paul Haley II, No. 1 on the Nationwide Tour money list and winner of the 2012 Chile Classic. “I had been playing a split set of Idea MB2’s in the short irons and Idea Pro a12 irons in the long irons, but with the CMB irons, I am able to get an iron that looks and performs like a blade while still providing the playability of a cavity back.”
The Idea CMB Irons will be offered with exceptional premium shafts and grips: KBS C-Taper (steel) or the Matrix Ozik Program 8.1 (graphite) as the stock shaft options, and the new Golf Pride New Decade MultiCompound White Out. Custom shaft options include True Temper Dynamic Gold, Project X, Project X Flighted, KBS Tour/Tour Smoke and Tour 90. Retailers will also have a CMB Fitting Kit to allow them to help consumers get a properly fit set of CMB irons.
The Idea CMB irons (4-GW, 3-iron is available through custom orders) will have a suggested retail price for $1099.99 (steel) and $1199.99 (graphite). It is being offered in right hand only in regular, stiff and extra stiff flexes. The irons will be shipping beginning June 15th.