PXG suing TaylorMade over P790 irons

New TaylorMade P790 irons inject Speedfoam into cavity - a similar tech to PXG's TPE insert

Charlie Lemay's picture
Tue, 12 Sep 2017

PXG suing TaylorMade over P790 irons


PXG founder Bob Parsons is suing TaylorMade as he believes the P790 irons infringe on his brand's patents.

The new P790 iron has “Speedfoam” injected into the cavity of the club, a liquid which turns to a soft foam to improve distance, forgiveness and feel.

PXG inject Thermoplastic Elastomer into their irons, a hard plastic substance, for similar benefits.

Parsons revealed the news via Twitter.  

REVIEWS: TAYLORMADE P790 

PXG 0311 IRONS