Martin Hopley

The Titleist 714 MB Irons replace the 712 MB irons and as this is predominantly a tour model then Titleist have refined the previous range with some small changes to the appearance of the club.

The leading edge is a little straighter and the hosel offset has been blended a little more to maintain the angle but look sleeker at address.

Titleist 714 MB Irons At Address

The biggest change is the increased camber on the sole of the club to help it go through the turf more easily and this is certainly does. The short irons in particular were very good, but you could feel the benefits right through the set.

Titleist 714 MB Sole

As you would expect these blade muscle back irons have compact heads and are more for shot makers who like to shape the ball. Hit them out of the middle and they do feel as good as any other forged blade in the market.

Titleist 714 MB Irons

The styling is classic and clean giving a no-nonsense impression and is similar to its sister model, the Titleist CB 714 iron. The specifications for loft and lie are also the same so this makes it very easy to blend the two sets together if you want a little more forgiveness in the longer irons.

Titleist 714 MB Iron Specification

One of the few manufacturers to still make quality blades, but unless you are a scratch player I would stick to the 714 CB or 714 AP2 irons.

Golfalot Rating: 4 stars
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Titleist 714 MB Irons - Product Details

Launch UK08 November 2013
Launch USA08 November 2013
Launch RRP£912
Handicap Range
Hand AvailabilityLeft, Right
Swing WeightD2
Shaft NameTrue Temper Dynamic Gold
Shaft TypesSteel
Shaft FlexRegular, Stiff
GripTitleist Tour Velvet
Set Makeup3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, PW
Manufacturer's WebsiteTitleist Website

User Reviews

August 2016

I switched from the 690MB to the 714MB a month ago. The 714MB are shinier and to tell the truth I cant tell a difference between the two. I can miss hit these irons just as well as I can my old set, I will say this, I prefer the wedge that comes with the set more than I do the Vokey SM5 48 degree that I carry also. My one true regret is that I didn't take an inch off the tip like I said I would do. Once its gone its gone and I didn't want to take the chance that I would have to re shaft everything but now I'm going too.if you truly want to improve your game blades are the ticket. I will never play CB again (started on CB in the early 80's). As far as the bounce, its too weak for me. I like a club that will tear through the turf, like my Hogan blades. I have even tempted to put them to a grinder and sharpen them up. All in all, Titleist owns the market on blades, That is until I can get my hands on the new Hogans!

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