What we say...
With more of a “players'” look than the P790, but more forgiveness than the P7MB and P7MC, TaylorMade’s P770 iron fills an important gap for good golfers.
The TaylorMade P Series are well-established as some of the best golf irons around.
The original TaylorMade P770 hollow body iron launched in 2020 and sold out within five days, and thanks to pandemic-related component delays it never came fully back into stock globally. So TaylorMade know there’s a huge appetite for this compact chassis players’ iron and this time the company swear they’re better prepared to keep up with demand.
Like the previous model, the new TaylorMade P770 has a forged 4140 steel face and soft 8620 carbon steel body. Inside, there’s SpeedFoam Air to support the face and dampen vibration, while a Thru-Slot Speed Pocket ensures maximum flex for shots hit low on the face.
There’s also up to 46g of tungsten positioned to create a flighted centre of gravity (CG), so the long irons have a CG that’s 1.1mm lower, making them a little easier to launch, while the shorter clubs offer increased control and spin.
TaylorMade say Tiger Woods is a massive fan of his P770 3-iron and, thanks to his input, the 3-6 irons have a fraction less offset than before.
See the P770 model as rinsing performance from a players’ iron chassis and you’ll be absolutely on the money.
Check out the full TaylorMade P-Series range to see how the P770 compares to the P7MB and P7MC.