TaylorMade P7MB Irons (2023) Review
What we say...
The TaylorMade P7MB irons deliver high levels of precision and control – if you have the ball-striking prowess to use them.
Thanks to direct requests from Collin Morikawa and Rory McIlroy, the new TaylorMade P7MB boasts a slightly shorter blade length than its predecessor.
There’s a new sole geometry, which is slightly narrower (than the P730), with additional bounce – which is what Morikawa wanted from an iron switch before winning the 2021 Open. That gives a different impact sensation as the club moves through the turf.
As gaze-grabbing as the MBs are, TaylorMade say it will be the lowest-selling model as they’re just so unforgiving for regular golfers. For the right golfer, though, these may be the best TaylorMade irons.
See how the TaylorMade P7MB compare to the best blade golf clubs and the best golf irons in our huge head-to-head test.
Precision is paramount when you’re working with the best players, which is exactly why the P7MBs (and P7MCs) come with a CNC-milled face and grooves.
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A new back bar shape focuses slightly more mass behind the hitting zone which, along with being forged five times by a 2,000-tonne press (which exerts two-three times more pressure than the industry standard), gives a very tight grain structure and great feel. In the design language of muscleback irons, this really is contemporary meets classic.
Check out the full TaylorMade P-Series range to see how the P7MB compares to the P7MC and P770.
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