Taylormade p770 irons review

Welcome to the Taylormade p770 irons review.

In this review, we’ll be looking at the P770 Irons from Taylormade in order to help you determine if the P770 Irons is right for you and if might help you play better golf.

We’ll quickly run over the technology infused into the P770, the performance, forgiveness, Speeds, and distance.

After that, we’ll be looking at some reactions and feedback from people playing the P770 irons.

Quickly, we’ll be looking at what kind of players the P770 irons fit, or better put it, who should be playing the P770 irons.

So, if you are thinking of getting the P770 Irons from Taylormade, then you might want to read this entire review to see if they are a good fit for your game.

Taylormade p770 irons review – Introduction.

The P770 Irons can be categorized under the better players or performance irons, meaning they are designed for highly skilled players with zero to a single-digit handicap.

They can also be played by mid-handicap players as they offer forgiveness.

The Irons are quite impressive and are a perfect fit for players looking for more ball speeds and Distance in a performance Iron.

These Irons combine distance and forgiveness in a compact head, and that explains why many double-digit players have them in their bags as well, even though by design, they are meant for skill players who have no problems with their swings and strikes.

Taylormade p770 irons review – Basic Features.

A lot of technology has gone into making the P770 irons such an incredible Irons, and you know Taylormade has been in the game for quite some time and was one of the pioneers of technology in golf.

Standard Specification.

TaylorMade is using the KBS TOUR STEEL 120.5 as the standard steel shaft, and the GOLF PRIDE Z GRIP 360 as the standard grip.

The table below shows the full specification from the 3 iron down to the PW & AW.

CLUB3456789PWAW
LOFT19.5°22.5°25.5°29.0°33.0°37.0°41.5°46.0°51.0°
LIE60.5°61°61.5°62°62.5°63°63.5°64°64°
OFFSET3.6mm3.3mm3.0mm2.7mm2.4mm2.2mm1.9mm1.6mm1.6mm
LENGTH 39.00″38.5038.00″37.50″37.0036.5036.0035.7535.50″
SWING WEIGHT D2D2D2D2D2D2D2D3D3

Look.

The P770 Irons have been rated “the best-looking irons ever” and I think I agree with those holding this position going by how stylish and Classic they look in the bag.

The P770 Irons actually look like the P790 in a smaller head that consists of a thin, wrap-around forged 4140 face, a soft carbon steel body, and up to 46g of tungsten weighting infused in the clubhead for more distance and forgiveness.

Performance.

Talking about performance, as Compact players Distance Irons, the p770 irons have put up a solid performance on all fronts, from Distance to Forgiveness, an incredible speed and impressive sound aided by the new speeds foam technology, although not as much positive for workability.

Forgiveness.

Although The P770 Irons might not be as forgiving as the P790 due to the smaller size, it sure delivers forgiveness enough to help retain speeds and distance across the face even on mishit, and that is all thanks to the Technological input like the Progressive Inverted Cone, and then Thru-Slot Speed Pocket.

Feel & Sound.

Taylormade P770 irons combine a good look with an amazing feel.

The infusion of Ultra-light urethane foam in the head pushes the design limits of face speed while simultaneously improving feel.

Speeds & Distance.

The P770 Irons delivers amazing distance thanks to the infusion of the 46g of tungsten weighting technology designed to deliver more speeds and distance.  

Also, the combination of a Thru-Slot Speed Pocket and Progressive ICT ensures even distribution of the ball speeds across the face.

What others are saying about the P770 irons.

We went to town to feel the pulse of players using the P770 irons in a bit to get what they feel about the TaylorMade P770 irons and we got tons of reactions and feedback.

One of the things most people love about the P770 irons, according to the review and feedback is the look and feel.

People are literally crazy about the look of the p770 irons that, one golfer said he won’t mind having a pair in his bag if it were possible.

By and large, the P770 iron has gotten a 5-star rating on almost all major online shops selling golf equipment.

Pros:

  • The P770 Irons look incredibly awesome in the bag, and i dare to say they look more beautifyl than the P790.
  • The P770 not only look awesome, they aslo feel incredible.

Cons:

  • What I can say is the drawback of the P770 irons is the price, Its quite high in my oponion, but then who complains about the price when you have got an amazing Club like the p770.
  • Another draw back is in the area of workability, in my opinion, the irons isnt as workable as i would have love, especially in the area of controling the trajectory.

Who can Play the P770 irons?

So, as I said at the start of this post, the P770 irons are designed to accommodate players who have skills and low handicappers.

Be that as it may, because of the features infused in the P770 Irons, Mid handicappers can as well play the P770 irons. As a matter of fact, the majority of people I found using the P770 irons are mid handicappers.

Where Can I Buy the P770 irons?

There are a number of places you can potentially get your P770 irons including visiting a physical golf shop nearby. If you decide to visit a physical store, make sure you test out the Irons and be sure everything is great before pulling out your card.

Another place is to visit the Taylormade online store. But for convenient purposes, my best-recommended place is on Amazon.com.

Conclusion.

Conclusively, the p770 irons are slimmer and have an amazing look and feel.

They are forgiving and are a complete package and would make a great pick for the player that wants more speed and distance and forgiveness in a players’ iron.

So, if forgiveness, Speeds, and distance plus great look fit into what you want in iron, then you have the Taylormade P770 Irons as a viable option.

If you have played the P770 Irons from Taylormade, kindly drop your comment here for my audience, and we’ll be glad you did.

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