Boasting minimal offset, thin toplines, and short blade lengths, the P770 and P750 Tour irons have been designed specifically with the better player in mind.
The P770 features a forged carbon steel face/hosel, milled grooves, and a 70g tungsten back-bar weighting in the mid and long irons (3-7) and a one-piece forged cavity back construction in the short irons (8-AW).
They boast a higher MOI than its predecessors to increase consistency and forgiveness, and have a lower centre of gravity, which creates a higher launch angle. The face is tapered so that the upper section is thinner for low centre of gravity, while the bottom portion is thicker near impact area for a soft, solid sound and feel.
The P750 irons (£1,449, 4-PW) are pure forged blades featuring a shallow cavity. Also made from carbon steel, they are made using a new, multi-step forging process, which culminates with a high tonnage strike – three times more forceful than a standard forged press. This process ensures precise head shaping, requiring minimal hand polishing, and resulting in a pure players iron with soft feel.
The topline is thinner and the soles narrower than the P770 irons, while there is also less offset for a true blade appearance at address. The leading edges are also tighter for a cleaner strike from all turf conditions.
£1,049 for 7 irons, taylormadegolf.com
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