Equipment : Taylormade Adidas Golf 2014
Posted on 11.01.2014

TaylorMade extended the company's iron line Monday with the introduction of three new models aimed at highly skilled players -- Tour Preferred MB, Tour Preferred MC and Tour Preferred CB.

The Tour Preferred MB (muscleback), which was played by Dustin Johnson at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, is a traditional forged iron with a compact shape, thin topline and very little offset. Minimal sole camber allows better players to hit a variety of shots from all types of lies. 

The Tour Preferred MC (muscle cavity) also features a traditional shape but incorporates a small cavity into the design to add a bit more forgiveness. In addition the 3- through 7-iron feature TaylorMade's Speed Pocket technology that creates higher ball speed on shots struck low on the face and more consistent distances across the entire clubface. The MC has a slightly longer blade length, thicker topline, and a bit wider sole than the MB. 

The Tour Preferred CB (cavity back) features a full cavity back design but still maintains a traditional shape and look. Unlike the MB and MC, the CB is built with Speed Pocket technology in the 3- through 7-irons that includes micro-slots to promote faster ball speed across the face for higher launching shots and more distance. The short irons in the set are more compact and have less offset while the rest of the set features slighly larger heads and progressive offset. 

All Tour Preferred models are available in 3-PW and come standard with KBS Tour steel shafts. 

In addition to these swanky pieces of irons, adidas Golf has announced the latest in lightweight, high-performance golf footwear with the Adizero One.


Following their release of the first Adizero Golf and Tour models last year, the latest generation is 10% lighter thanks to the fused upper made of a single lightweight layer for a truly glove-like fit. The One also features seven cleats rather than the traditional 10 found on the Adizero Tour, most notably a revoluntionary new center cleat that uses CenTraXion technology for stability and unparalleled grip.

The result is adizero one, a visually appealing design that tips the scales at less than 10 ounces, 10% lighter than the adizero Tour. With adizero one, adidas Golf has taken adizero footwear to a new level of light, delivering more stability than ever before in the lightest cleated performance golf shoe the company has ever created.

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Available January 23, adizero one will be available in a total of THREE colorways in Singapore for the Spring/Summer 2014 season at a recommended retail price of S$259. 

Awesome Golf testers are fans of these shoes... We're sure lighter is better. 

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