TaylorMade launches Copper Club irons and BRNR Mini Driver

TaylorMade has launched the Copper Club – featuring P·770 and P·790 irons with an aged copper finish, and the all-new BRNR Mini Driver Copper.

The P·770 and P·790 copper irons (RRP £1,249 (4-PW)) celebrate the 1980s TaylorMade logo with an aged copper finish designed to mature over time. They also feature the vintage Golf Pride TaylorMade Victory Copper grip with multiple shaft options available in both P·770 and P·790.

“As club designers, we wanted to have fun with the P·Series and harken back to TaylorMade’s heritage,” said Matt Bovee, TaylorMade’s director of product creation iron & wedge. “We want to elevate the perception of our brand when it comes to craftsmanship and these irons have the feel of being both vintage and having that high-end craftsmanship. That is why we paid attention to all of the little details, all the way down to the finish and the original recipe of the Golf Pride Victory Grip to make a unique throwback product.”

P·770 irons feature a forged hollow body construction – with a soft 8620 carbon steel body paired with a thin forged 4140 steel face and Thru-Slot Speed Pocket; while the P·790 irons are equipped with an advanced thick-thin back wall construction, strategically redistributing mass to enhance performance.

Meanwhile, the BRNR Mini Copper (RRP £379) draws inspiration from the late-90s Burner drivers and their distinctive copper styling and retro logos.

A combination of carbon fibre, titanium and steel creates the foundation for BRNR Mini’s sound, feel and performance. Split weights allow golfers to switch between the standard setting (13g in the back) for easy launch, and the low spin setting (13g in the front) for a piercing trajectory. Twist Face, Thru-Slot Speed Pocket and the four-degree Loft Sleeve complete the suite of technologies.