Taylor Made introduces a new putter: The Rossa Monza Corza
CARLSBAD, Calif. (May 10, 2005) — TaylorMade Golf Company has introduced the Monza Corza, a large, mallet-style addition to the Monza line of putters engineered with four key high-performance features intended to make it easier to roll the ball smoothly and accurately.
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The Sand Trap is one of the best golf sites around. There are a ton of great articles and reviews. Plus they have a forum as well.
There’s a great review on the new MacGregor V-FOIL M675 Irons written by yours truly over at The Sand Trap. Go check it out. 😉
I’ve been in discussions with MacGregor Golf for a few months about doing some reviews of their gear. Finally they sent the first piece of gear for me to review: The Bobby Grace designed V-FOIL M5K-GT. I’ve been using this putter exclusively in my rounds (including tournaments) for about the last 3 weeks.
To be honest, the reason I was so intrigued by this putter is because it just looks cool. This is quite an engineering piece of art considering all of the individual components and the specialized construction of each.
TaylorMade has introduced some new toys!
First they’ve introduced the r5 Dual TP driver. Seems to me I remember our buddies over at TM saying “there’s no new driver coming out”… Now we know what that means next time eh?
Second they’ve introduced fairway woods to match their r7 drivers: The r7 TP Fairway Woods. Now they have fairway woods with the same cool movable weight technology as their r7 drivers!
I always seem to stumble across these news items right when I’m about to go to bed for the night. Since I’m too tired to elaborate now I’m going to include the press releases from TM (which are not easy to find, especially at the TM web site).
Cleveland Golf has announced their new iron series, the CG4.
This is Cleveland’s first jump into the “game improvement” iron market using a proprietary metal called CMM. CMM is 10% less dense and 15% softer than the typical metal used in forged clubs. With 3x more absorption than steel the player percieves the club to have a softer feel.
The sole of the club has 3 grinds to allow the club to contact the ground properly at address and at impact.
Designed for “players of all abilities” the CG4 is a cavity back with progressive offset throughout the set.
Retail price for the CG4 irons will be $864 for steel, $1000 for graphite.
The first shipment is scheduled for 6/1/05.
Cleveland Golf doesn’t have anything on this club on their web site yet, but I’m sure they will very soon.