P770 and P750 Tour Proto Irons: Clean, Clear-Cut Performance

p770 and p750 tour proto irons

TaylorMade releases two new irons, the P770 and P750 Tour Proto. Each tour-inspired club is gaining the interest of the golfer looking for a traditional, forged club with a clean appearance. The P770 and P750 Tour Proto irons provide minimal offset, thin toplines, and short blade lengths appealing to skilled golfers.

Features of the P770 and P750 Tour Proto Irons

P770 Irons

The P770 is the slightly more forgiving of the two new TaylorMade clubs. A classically designed club, the P770 has precision-milled face and grooves. The 3-7 irons boast a 70-gram tungsten bar, positioning it low and back to boost stability and launch. The bar itself is lighter in the center with more weight on the two ends, creating more perimeter weighting. The bar provides a higher launch and more forgiveness. The short irons (8-AW) are one-piece, forged cavity back irons. These short irons are made to provide extra control.

taylormade p770

TaylorMade engineers optimize the CG across the set with shallow head profiles and shortened hosels. The face of the P770 tapers, starting thinner at the top and thickening towards the bottom of the face. Doing this lowers the CG and creates a soft feel at impact.

P750 Tour Proto Irons

p750 tour proto irons

Designed with input from Tour players, the P750 Tour Proto irons are for players looking for maximum workability and control. Compared to the P770, these irons have a thinner topline, less offset, and a narrower sole. As opposed to the 70 grams of tungsten in the P770, the 3-7 irons have a 5-gram tungsten sole weight, adding maneuverability and increasing launch. TaylorMade is able to control thickness, CG, and mass distribution by milling the face, grooves, and cavity. The result is a soft feeling, pure players iron.

Summing Up P770 and P750 Tour Proto Irons

These clean, classic looking irons pack ample performance and for the better players. If you have the game, you need to try these out!

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Rudi Fann, PGA

Rudi Fann has been a Class “A” member of the PGA of America since 2008. He began his career in 1998 as the Assistant Golf Professional at Wake Forest Golf Club in Wake Forest, NC. In 2002, Rudi accepted a similar position at Rio Mar Country Club in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico. He spent a year there before moving to Nipomo, CA where he worked at Blacklake Golf Resort. Over the next 10 years, he worked his way from Assistant Golf Professional to Head Golf Professional and finally Director of Golf Operations. In his time at Blacklake, Rudi devoted much of his time to running tournaments and other activities in order to create a social atmosphere at the club. After Blacklake, Rudi spent one year as Head Golf Professional at Paso Robles Golf Club before deciding to return home to North Carolina. Since returning to North Carolina, Rudi has worked with the First Tee of the Triangle helping to instill life skills and core values through the game of golf to local youth.

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