Introducing The NEW SEVEN MCB Iron.
This is SEVEN Golf’s largest and most forgiving design in their lineup. For those not aware of the boutique brand in short they produce the world’s only fully CNC milled irons on the retail market today while all their products are 100% sourced materials and manufactured in Japan.
Only 6 sets are made each month (maximum) and a few months a year no sets are produced. As of now, there is a 6-8+ month waitlist on many of their models, this is not a covid or supply chain issue but rather the nature of the beast when each iron head takes 14-17 hours to mill.
This is the first iron by SEVEN to move into a second version, the brand does not have to re-design their irons because they are nearly impossible to improve. To explain that thought, when it comes to single-piece forged head construction, the shape and weight are the most important two factors. Weight placement is especially vital because it determines where the center of gravity height and depth are located and that has a huge impact on how the iron performs. In this case, almost all the dimensions remain from the original MCB with the addition of a few key adjustments that allow the forgiveness to increase noticeably while the accuracy features a slight improvement, these two aspects usually do not complement each other but SEVEN has been able to deliver.
DMG Mori Seiki 5-Axis – machines to mill these irons which is one of the finest Japanese milling equipment manufacturers known worldwide to make the best equipment.
NX CAD – The design program is made using Siemens NX CAD software which is the benchmark for compies like Toyota, Mercedes, Porsche, Ford, and even LEGO.
3D-CG – is testing software to optimize the center of gravity height and depth with the help of advanced computer-aided design then verified with human testing. The consistency of SEVEN’s CG placements are intentional through every club.
Pure Tempered Technology – When the golf club is firmer in certain areas spin performance and feel greatly improved our proprietary tempering process is started at 850 degrees for 4 hours then we cool it down to 500 degrees in a specialized vacuum atmosphere.
|Loft ( ° )||27||30||34||38||42||47|
|Lie ( ° )||60.0||60.5||61.0||61.5||62.0||62.5|
|Bounce ( ° )||0||1||2||3||4||5|
|F.P ( mm )||4.5||5||5||5||5||5.5|
|FINAL WEIGHT ( g )||258||265||272||279||287||295|