What year did TaylorMade Tour Preferred come out?

Answered by Tom Adger

The TaylorMade Tour Preferred iron model was first released in the year 2014. This iron model was designed for golfers who are looking for a combination of distance, forgiveness, and workability in their irons. The Tour Preferred CB (Cavity Back) was specifically designed for better players who prefer a more compact and traditional look at address.

When the Tour Preferred CB was released, it received positive reviews for its performance and feel. It features a forged construction with a cavity back design, which provides a higher level of forgiveness compared to traditional blade irons. The iron also has a thin face design, which allows for increased ball speed and distance.

The Tour Preferred CB irons also feature TaylorMade’s Speed Pocket technology, which is a slot located on the sole of the club that allows for increased face flexibility. This helps to generate higher launch angles and increased ball speed, resulting in longer and more consistent shots.

In addition to the Tour Preferred CB, TaylorMade also released the Tour Preferred MB (Muscle Back) iron model in 2014. The MB model is a more traditional blade iron design, catering to the preferences of better players who prioritize control and workability over forgiveness.

The TaylorMade Tour Preferred iron models from 2014 offered a range of options for golfers of different skill levels and playing styles. Whether you are a low-handicap player looking for maximum control or a mid-handicap player looking for forgiveness and distance, the Tour Preferred line had something to offer.