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As golfers, we’re always looking for the best of both worlds when it comes to distance and forgiveness. That was the thought behind the TaylorMade P790 irons. They proved to be some of the most explosive and forgiving irons TaylorMade has ever released. But the company also realized better ball strikers wanted the same benefits with more playability. It’s those golfers that the P770 irons are meant for. While you don’t have to be a Tour-level player to reap the benefits of these irons, they probably aren’t the best choice if you’re new to the game or struggle hitting irons consistently. In that case, the P790 irons might be a better option.

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Description

We’ve noticed a couple trends so far this year at Golfer’s Authority.  The first is that this year’s new equipment is off-the-charts across the board.  The second is that there’s a keen interest in irons that are a year or two old.  The TaylorMade P770 irons are a prime example.

As you might expect from TaylorMade, the P770s are hot.  But they’re also designed with advanced ball strikers in mind.  Hence the smaller profile head and thin top line.

Even though these clubs are a couple years old, they’re still hugely popular with intermediate to advanced players across the board.

Key Features

  • Thru-Slot Speed Pocket and Progressive ICT increase ball speed and improve playability.
  • Strategic tungsten weighting optimizes CG for consistent launch and flight.
  • SpeedFoam injected in the clubhead affords faster ball speed and improves feel.

Who Should Buy the TaylorMade P770 Irons?

As golfers, we’re always looking for the best of both worlds when it comes to distance and forgiveness.  That was the thought behind the TaylorMade P790 irons.  They proved to be some of the most explosive and forgiving irons TaylorMade has ever released.  But the company also realized better ball strikers wanted the same benefits with more playability.  It’s those golfers that the P770 irons are meant for.

While you don’t have to be a Tour-level player to reap the benefits of these irons, they probably aren’t the best choice if you’re new to the game or struggle hitting irons consistently.  In that case, the P790 irons might be a better option.

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Design and Technology

Just like every club TaylorMade releases, the P770s are loaded with tech and design features.

The tip of the iceberg is the compact profile of the clubhead.  The P770s are noticeably smaller than their P790 brethren.  At address, you’ll notice a thin top line that a lot of better players prefer and a blade that’s shorter from heel to toe.

The heads of the P770 Irons are also hollow.  This feature improves sound and feel, while also maximizing COR.  Again, you reap the best of both worlds with this construction.

The faces of the irons are made from forged 4140 steel and the bodies are made of soft carbon steel.  The marriage creates explosive ball speeds off the face, and soft, responsive feel that good players prefer.

You’ve probably heard of SpeedFoam if you’re a TaylorMade enthusiast.  It’s found in many of their other irons as well.

This “foam” is injected inside the head to, you guessed it, push COR and ball speeds to the max.  It’s 69% lighter than the previous model and results in the thinnest face this iron family has ever seen.  Coupled with TaylorMade’s patented Speed Pocket and you’ve got an unparalleled combination for distance.

Progressive Inverted Cone Technology is specifically placed throughout the head to improve shot accuracy and increase MOI on off-center hits.

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TaylorMade P770 Irons Review

As golfers, we’re always looking for the best of both worlds when it comes to distance and forgiveness. That was the thought behind the TaylorMade P790 irons. They proved to be some of the most explosive and forgiving irons TaylorMade has ever released. But the company also realized better ball strikers wanted the same benefits with more playability. It’s those golfers that the P770 irons are meant for. While you don’t have to be a Tour-level player to reap the benefits of these irons, they probably aren’t the best choice if you’re new to the game or struggle hitting irons consistently. In that case, the P790 irons might be a better option.

Innovation
9
Performance
9
Design/Sound/Feel
9
Value
8
PROS
  • Ultra-thin face and SpeedFoam create explosive ball speeds.
  • Inverted Cone Technology increases MOI and provides forgiveness on mishits.
  • Small, sleek profile affords playability without sacrificing distance or forgiveness.
CONS
  • Price point remains high even though these clubs are a couple years old.
  • Lack of stock shafts options might be a deterrent.
  • Might not be the best club for beginners or high handicappers
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Specs

A complete set of TaylorMade P770 irons comes with three through nine-iron, and pitching and approach wedges.

Swing weight is D2 in the irons and D3 in the wedges.

The stock shaft is the KBS Tour available in stiff and extra stiff flex.  Custom shafts are available for an upcharge.

The stock grip is Golf Pride’s Z360.

Our Experience

Whenever anyone asks me about Srixon’s equipment, I almost always have nothing but glowing things to say.  And that’s with good reason.  While their equipment continues to get better and better, their older stuff never really goes out of style. 

The Z785s are no exception. 

What I particularly like about these irons are their playability from virtually any lie.  There’s no question that the VT Soles interact with the turf (or sand, dirt, rough, etc.) better than anything I’ve yet to come across.  As someone that spends more time in the rough than I’d like, I can say that I don’t hit nearly as many fliers with these clubs.

The feel and control the Z785s provide is unsurpassed too.  Their forged construction and laser-milled grooves give you the best of both worlds.

Lastly, I found these irons exceptionally forgiving too.  For a player’s club that you’d think is meant for only world-class ball strikers, I was blown away with how the Z785s performed on off-center strikes.

Conclusion

If it sounds like I’m signing Srixon’s praises with the Z785 Irons, it’s because I am.  Having hit basically every iron under the sun, these are some of the best in the their class in my opinion.  And I’m not alone.  A lot of our readers have chimed in with their own positive feedback.

Maybe you’re a seasoned player or mid-level handicap that isn’t satisfied with your current irons.  But the thought of spending thousands of dollars on a new set that’s going to depreciate the moment you walk out the door is appealing either.  If this sounds like you, give the Srixon Z785s a go.  My guess is that you’ll like what you find. 

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Specification: TaylorMade P770 Review

Binding

Brand

Department

unisex-adult

EAN

0706843281728

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Item Dimensions

Height: 525, Length: 938, Width: 175

Label

Acushnet Company

Manufacturer

Acushnet Company

Package Quantity

1

Product Group

Sports

Package Dimensions

Height: 185, Length: 950, Weight: 180, Width: 525

Product Type Name

SPORTING_GOODS

Publisher

Acushnet Company

Studio

Acushnet Company

Title

Pinnacle Soft Golf Balls, White (Pack of 15)

UPC

706843281728

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UPC List Element: 706843281728

Warranty

Limited one year

Price History

Price history for TaylorMade P770 Iron Review
Latest updates:
  • $1,009.99 - May 17, 2022
  • $914.98 - May 17, 2022
  • $1,009.99 - May 16, 2022
  • $914.98 - May 16, 2022
  • $1,009.99 - May 15, 2022
  • $914.98 - May 15, 2022
  • $1,009.99 - May 14, 2022
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Since: May 9, 2022
  • Highest Price: $1,009.99 - May 10, 2022
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