Taylormade P770 Review

Taylormade P770 Review

Brad Graham |

Are you looking for a set of irons that can give you the best of both worlds: distance and forgiveness, without sacrificing the look and feel of a players iron? If so, you might want to check out the new TaylorMade P770 irons for 2023.

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The TaylorMade P770 irons are the latest addition to the P-Series lineup, which also includes the P7MC and P7MB models. The P770 irons are designed to bridge the gap between the P790 irons, which are more forgiving and distance-oriented, and the P7MC and P7MB irons, which are more suited for better players who want more control and workability.

The P770 irons feature a forged hollow body construction with a thin face supported by SpeedFoam Air, a lighter version of the material used in the P790 irons. This allows for faster ball speeds and more distance, while also enhancing the sound and feel at impact. The irons also have a tungsten weight in the toe to optimize the center of gravity (CG) location and increase the moment of inertia (MOI), which translates to more stability and forgiveness on off-center hits.

The P770 irons have a sleek and elegant appearance that will appeal to many low-handicap golfers. They have a traditional shape with a thin topline, minimal offset, and a compact blade length. The long irons have slightly less offset than the previous generation, while the short irons have slightly more spin for better control and stopping power. The irons have a satin chrome finish with minimal branding and a simple alignment aid on the back.

I had the chance to test the P770 irons on a launch monitor and on the course, and I was very impressed by their performance. The irons produced high ball speeds and long carries, especially in the long and mid irons. They also had a high and penetrating ball flight that cut through the wind and landed softly on the greens. The irons felt very solid and responsive at impact, with a medium-soft feel and a low-pitched sound. The feedback on strike quality was clear through the hands, but not harsh or jarring.

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