TaylorMade P770 Irons Review
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The TaylorMade P770 Irons retail for $1,199.99 (MSRP) and they're built and designed for purist performance to appease better players. These babies feature an advance forging process and their simple and minimalist design, with an emphasis on their head-shape, looks beautiful at address, while their precision milled grooves and faces are aimed at delivering a soft yet solid feel upon ball impact, and forgiving/working performance round after round. The TaylorMade P770 are basically Tour-level irons, engineered to provide playability and an awesome overall experience to highly skilled golfers, featuring a state of the art forged carbon steel face and hosel, together with precision milled grooves and faces, including a 70 gram tungsten weighting bar in the long/mid irons and a 1-piece forged cavity-back design in the short irons, all for unparalleled control and feel.

To sum it up in a few words, the TaylorMade P770 are a modern golfer's iron, boasting improved playability and forgiveness, being developed in collaboration with Tour pros and designed to meet and exceed all the demands of a better player's iron, while adding improved forgiveness into the mix. These irons are incredibly playable, easy to control and easy to launch, being some of the easiest to use in the better players' category. Bottom line, TaylorMade really hit the jackpot with the P770 irons, managing to find the sweet spot of playability and forgiveness, making for a nice set of better player irons that look and feel great, while delivering Tour-level performance, provided they're in the right hands.