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Posted October 15, 2018 in Products and Brands by Trevor Cigich
TaylorMade debuted into the market in 1979 with its innovation of metal drivers, and nearly 40 years later, they are still leaders in innovation and technology.
Next Generation Forged Progression
In designing their latest players iron, TaylorMade honed in on three key features – forged multi-material construction, progressive shaping, and SpeedFoam™ technology – to help create a progressive set that offers supreme shotmaking capabilities throughout and added forgiveness in the longer irons.
The P760s are made from forged 1025 carbon steel, which offers a soft feel and precise shot shaping. The heads feature a hollow cavity construction in the 3 – 7 irons, which promotes consistent distance control and added forgiveness. They also inject each clubhead (3-7) with their patented SpeedFoam™ technology which enhances the sound and feel of those clubs.
This technology also helps support the new, thinner SUS630 face with Inverted Cone Technology which is lighter and creates more speed, without sacrificing accuracy or playability in the mid and long irons.
The progressive players-iron shaping continues with a one-piece forged construction in the short irons (8-AW). This one-piece forging ensures exceptional feel in the short irons, perfect for precise shotmaking and ideal for sticking it close in the scoring zone.
The compact head size and ideal offset in the scoring clubs also boost confidence while over the ball, while a redesigned sole geometry with a chamfered (symmetrical sloping edge) leading edge gives a square look at address.
A True Temper Dynamic Gold 120 shaft and Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 grip come standard in all sets.
In their new P760 irons, TaylorMade combined all of the elements that better golfers prefer to create a progressive set of players irons. The result, according to Brian Bazzel, TaylorMade VP of Product Creation, “is a complete players set, designed to inspire confidence whether you’re attacking pins from short range or sticking greens from long range.”