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Used Titleist 718 T-MB 4H Hybrid in Awesome Condition HybridTitleist 718 T-MB Hybrid

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Awesome Condition Men's Right-Hand Titleist 718 T-MB

4H Type, 23° Loft, Stiff Flex, Standard Length, Standard Lie Angle

Steel True Temper AMT Tour White S300 Shaft

 

Headcover Included : No

Tool Included : No

Grip Included : Yes

SKU : 1043467-AAH-3B5-ACS

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Awesome Condition

Shows some visible signs of limited use, but is in fantastic shape and has been exceptionally well maintained. If you look really close, you may see some minor or faint cosmetic blemishes (e.g., very light scuffing and/or scratching), but overall, the luster of new is still very much alive.

Description

The Titleist 718 T-MB irons are designed as a utility iron and deliver high launch and more distance in a technical, muscle-back shape. A hollow-body, multi-material construction incorporates high-density tungsten and a thin unsupported face for faster ball speeds and Tour-validated feel. More distance is achieved through optimized launch and spin for shots that launch higher and land soft.

Features

  • High, Optimized Launch
  • Multi-Material construction
  • Tour-Validated feel

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The picture is a regular iron not a Hybrid.

Randy N.     1 year ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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The picture is the correct club. The T-MB is a hollow construction iron meant to perform like a hybrid. Sometimes called a utility iron.

Rudi Fann     1 year ago     0 of 0 found this useful