HEY BRITT THANKS FOR YOUR RESPONSE SECOND QUESTION IS IT SEEMS LIKE THE Te Irons is what iam looking for far as top line and little offset THATS in your currant iron line up the more offset a iron has it looks like the club is looking left at address but any way, is it a way to make a muscle back iron non cavity with the current specs of the TE iron since that is your limit for specs. Second question not about the topline but the second part of the club the bottom half where more of the muscle is located is there away to tuck more of that away or shave down to where you can’t see or barely that part from address?
To elevate playability, we have to place mass in the right positions to get the center of gravity in the right place, both vertically, horizontally and rearwardly. In lower lofted irons, it is sometimes difficult to do that and not see some of the lower back of the iron at address. That being said, the MMB-17, the PTM, The ST1, the ST2 and even the TE down to the 4 iron the lower back rear of the iron is not visible. I suppose on the TE if you forward press enough you might get see a little, but that’s a stretch. I even checked out new STi2 and the 4 iron would require a forward press to see anything on the back of the iron. Still, I do not concern myself with that when designing. We want the mass to be in the right place so the playability is where we want it for any given design.