The new forged Titleist 755 CB irons are made with 410 stainless steel and have a thinner face premium golfers will like. The 10 g of weight added to the face of the irons redistributes throughout the club, causing a higher moment of inertia (MOI) and increasing stability through the swing. The sole of the irons is made to prevent from digging into the ground during wet conditions, and the bounce angles limit the skip you might get when the ground is firm. The hosel lengths are different from long to short irons, with the long irons placing the weight lower to increase the launch angle while lengthening the hosel of the short irons to help knock down the club and control the distance. The 3-iron through pitching wedge set has a cavity back, and standard length and lie with a Titleist Tour velvet cord grip. Though no longer in production, 755 CB irons are still available on the secondary market.