Hey golf club world will there be any new irons coming out within the next year or two I know you recently came out with the ts1 and TS 2 irons which are phenomenal will there be a redesign of the MMB 17 irons more of a solid forged muscle back blades (irons) non injected or even new wedges?
We have a lot of things in the works. We do have one new iron that will be a 2020 model. We are tentatively calling it the STi2 and it will be the next generation of the ST Series. There will be hybrids, fairways and Drivers as well. We have been working on a couple of wedge projects and it remains to be seen when we will have them ready to introduce. I think at least one new model of wedge will be released sometime in 2020. No “muscle back” type design and no replacement for the MMB-17 for 2020. We are considering new forged cavity and muscle back designs for 2021. Still “sketching” out ideas and dimensions, etc. at this point.
We area also working on a new line that will be more for slower swing speeds. Basically it is replacing the LTech, but will be for both men and women with medium to slower swing speeds and can benefit from high playability irons and higher lofted drivers. Very similar in specs to the current LTech.
Thanks for the interest. We appreciate the feedback and support.
Of course there always be new equipment on the market, new designs and qualities. But it’s rather expensive, to buy always new clubs, I change my set once in 2-3 years, in order to save some money for it. I search budget sets for me, read what budget proposals are in the market. https://golfclubguru.net/best-value-on-a-budget-super-game-improvement-irons/this must be interesting.
Any of the new designs that you think might push the MPF envelope (1.000+points) or going for more traditional aesthetics? Considered a high MOI thin faced iron design extreme MPF design(realize you aesthetics). I´ve found for my own personal swing higher MOI seems to be of help.
Have you given multi material irons a thought(titanium+ tungsten etc.)?
Have you measured hybrids for MPF? I´m very curious how the specs compare to irons of the same headweight. 11 years old Maltby Hybrid ST irons I found still perform amazingly.