Bettinardi’s New Irons


Bettinardi Golf has a great reputation for their premium milled putters and for 2024 they have announced the entry into the business of making irons with the introduction of two new models, the MB24 and CB24.

President of Bettinardi Golf Sam Bettinardi with CEO/Founder Bob Bettinardi

“Since I founded the company, the focus has been on crafting the finest equipment in the golf industry for professionals and amateurs alike, and our putters have embodied that belief for 25 years,” said Bob Bettinardi, founder and CEO of Bettinardi Golf. “I’ve always dreamed of expanding beyond the short game, and now that dream has become a reality. You can feel the decades of expertise and the years of research that went into each head, and we can’t wait to finally bring them to market.”

The two classic-looking models are distinctly different but share the company’s co-forging process of the heads and their unique Honeycomb milling to produce precise performance plus the control and forgiveness players want.

The sophisticated co-forging of the 1025 carbon steel one-piece heads includes an interior tungsten-ceramic matrix composite weight whose size and position are different as the loft changes. This means the center of gravity in the long irons is lower and helps a higher ball launch plus the higher location in the short irons aids in producing more spin for more control.

The muscleback MB24s are designed with a thin topline and for each loft the muscleback configuration subtilty adjusts as the lofts change to give the most control of ball launch, trajectory, and spin. Bettinardi pointed out the CB24s use a classic cavity back construction to give playability from an iron with weight towards the perimeter for high MOI and forgiveness coupled with higher launch trajectory.

Stock shafts for both iron models include the KBS Tour and True Temper Dynamic Gold with seven others available as options. Also several different Golf Pride or Lamkin grips may be specified at the time of ordering.

Pricing for both models is the same at $1,600 for a set of seven clubs or $229 for individual irons. The CB24s are also sold in left hand. Stock shaft lengths and lofts are identical which give the additional option of specifying a mixed set such as CB24 long irons and MB24 short irons.

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