In the TaylorMade P700 iron range, there are six models but we are reviewing the P790's, the P770's, the P7MC's and the P7MB's.
These are the flagship models of the P700 range as they can be used by a variety of golfers, from tour professionals to high handicappers.
They are progressive irons and a fantastic advantage of the P700 range is that you can mix them in your bag, using more than one model at a time.
If you are a mid-level handicapper, it is likely that the TaylorMade P790 is the iron for you. It comes with Speed Foam Air which makes the sweet sport larger and increases forgiveness.
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The P790 is arguably the most forgiving club in the P700 range. It also offers a tour flight and good distance, it is a fantastic iron and arguably the biggest improvement we've seen in an iron range for years.
The P770 irons also have Speed Foam which makes the ball go further and travel at a faster speed. You could definitely mix these clubs in your bag to feel all of their benefits.
The TaylorMade P770's are less forgiving than the P790's. They would suit lower handicappers and players who are confident in their ball-striking.
Then we have the P7MC irons which have little muscle cavity. Their thin leading edge means that good ball-striking is a must, they have very little forgiveness and you know when a shot has come out of the toe or the heel.
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They are suited to low handicappers and professional golfers. Having said that, the feel and control of these irons are immaculate and would appeal to any golfer.
The TaylorMade P7MB irons have a muscle back blade and they look incredible. However, they are very hard to hit so we would advise you to opt for the P790's instead.
With the P700 range, TaylorMade offer a lot of custom fitting options. The combination sets in this range are endless and this is why the P700 range is one of the best in the iron market.
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