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TaylorMade P770, P7MC, P7MB Irons Review

By: Golfshake Editor | Mon 10 Aug 2020

TaylorMade has enhanced its highly acclaimed P-Series with the launch of the new P770, P7MC, and P7MB Irons, delivering something for everyone through renowned craftsmanship, technology and performance. PGA Professional & Golfshake Equipment Expert, Ryan Rastall has tested and reviewed the models, providing in-depth analysis, feedback and data on these clubs, which you can see in the video above.

The P770

Presenting something new for TaylorMade, the P770 has been constructed with SpeedFoam injection and advanced tungsten weighting, but differing it from the P790, this iron has a more compact head shape, while achieving a higher launch with additional spin, with a a thinner topline, narrower sole and shorter blade length inspiring aesthetic confidence at address, while also promoting enhanced workability and control.

The P7MB

Elegant in style, this muscle back has borrowed from Dustin Johnson's Tour Prototype Irons, boasting a thin topline, minimal offset and a narrow sole. Forged from 1025 carbon steel with a machine-milled face, this iron has been created to encourage greater shot making and control, showcasing a seamless blend of traditional performance with a contemporary look and design.

The P7MC

Classic shaping and minimal offset deliver control and precision, while perimeter weighting offers just the right touch of forgiveness within the P7MC, which has been inspired by the older P750, a favourite of world number one Jon Rahm, new PGA champion Collin Morikawa, and young sensation Matthew Wolff. A forged pattern within the cavity back pays homage to a long history of TaylorMade iron designs, creating a feel and stability that was commended in testing by Rory McIlroy.

For more information on the new series, visit https://www.taylormadegolf.co.uk/.

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