TaylorMade P•7MB, P•7MC and P•770 irons & SIM UDI and SIM DHY utility irons RRP: various www.taylormadegolf.eu
Fresh off watching staff player Collin Morikawa win his first major title at the PGA Championship, TaylorMade announced details of its new P•7MB, P•7MC and P•770 irons.
The P•770 irons (RRP £1,299) feature a forged hollow body construction with SpeedFoam injection and advanced tungsten weighting – akin to the P•790 irons from TaylorMade. More compact than the P•790 and featuring a thinner topline, P•770 promotes a higher launch with the long irons and additional spin compared to the P•790.
Designed with insights from the game’s best ball strikers, P•7MC and P•7MB have been designed to provide maximum feedback for players.
The P•7MB design (RRP £1,299) is a clean and elegant muscle back which takes cues from Dustin Johnson’s Tour Prototype irons. The irons feature a thin top line, minimal offset and a narrow sole.
Meanwhile, the muscle cavity P•7MC design (RRP £1,299) aims to meet the standards of the game’s most discerning players. Classic shaping and minimal offset deliver control and precision while perimeter weighting offers just the right amount of forgiveness.
Alongside the new irons, TaylorMade has also unveiled two new utility irons – SIM UDI and SIM DHY. SIM DHY offers a larger overall footprint with a thicker top line, wider sole and a shallower profile that delivers hybrid-like forgiveness while the SIM UDI features a more traditional players iron profile with a thinner top line and slimmer sole for enhanced workability and shot making characteristics.