New TaylorMade P-Series Irons Now Available for 2023

The TaylorMade P-Series Irons pack an updated look, updated material composition and new tech in the 2023 models. And, with insights from multiple Tour players including Rory McIlroy, Collin Morikawa and Tiger Woods, subtle change produces performance gains. The new P-790 2021, P-770, P-7MC and P-7MB each are forged with 1025 carbon steel infused with tungsten plus packed with other golfer-loving new features.

How to choose between new TaylorMade P-Series Irons:

Each model is unique, but multiple models may fit a given player depending on a few attributes. Once a proper and personalized iron club fitting has been completed, you can hone decision making to look, sound and feel. And, this equips you with the right decision making should you be considering a combo set. Many Tour players will combo more forgiving models in longer irons while taking advantage of precision in shorter irons. The added benefit is pairing clubs with the optimal shaft for your swing. Take the complexity out – get a personalized Iron Club Fitting today.

The P-790 2021 models:

TaylorMade P-790 2023 Irons | D'Lance GolfThe TaylorMade P790 has been a popular iron since its introduction. Inside the forged 1025 Carbon Steel construction is the TaylorMade SpeedFoamTM Air pocket that increases face flexibility allowing for increased smash factor and ball speeds. It is the thinnest face of the P-Series and lighter, with the design accommodating a repositioned “intelligent” sweet spot. The tungsten weighting across irons allows for slight weight changes helping to get longer irons launching higher without compromising launch angles for shorter irons.

The P-770 2023 models:

TaylorMade P-770 2023 Irons | D'Lance GolfLeveraging all the technology benefits of the P790 but in a tighter, more compact “Tour-proven” head, the P770 continues to deliver precision performance. By Tour-proven, Tiger and other Tour players were spotted playing the new P770s in 2022. The top-line is as thin as the P790, but with less offset. The shorter blade length also concentrates the sweet spot for explosive power and distance. With the SpeedFoam Air and the strategic placement of tungsten into the forging, the center of gravity is lower in the long irons and progressively moves higher throughout the set to the short irons. Watch the first look video from TaylorMade.

The P-7MC 2023 models:

TaylorMade P-7MC 2023 Irons | D'Lance GolfWith minimal offset, and slight tour-inspired shape changes in bounce and face grind, the P7-MC is a muscle-cavity (MC) back that fits well with more aggressive player. If your game is ready for ultimate control and precision, with a little bit of forgiveness, the P7-MC is home. Perimeter weighting in the forging helps with the forgiveness. But the tight, compact blade design delivers outstanding control and great distance. The added control also fits well for the player that likes to “work” the ball. Watch the first look video from TaylorMade.

The P-7MB 2023 models:

TaylorMade P-7MB 2023 Irons | D'Lance GolfBuilding on the success of the 2020 model, the P7-MB looks sharp and plays high-performance. For more advanced players looking for enhanced feedback and superior shot-shaping, this is the club for you. Slightly shorter blade-style length and height makes the P7-MB even more compact than the P7-MC. The strategically placed backbar positions critical club mass in the optimal point of impact, elevating feel. And subtle but precise changes to bounce and face angles helps get through the turf, maximizing consistency. Watch the video from TaylorMade.

Pre-Order Your TaylorMade P-Series Irons Now:

The new TaylorMade P-Series Irons will not be made available until January 2023. But, they are available for pre-order now. And we have them in-house for testing. Speak with your Custom Club Fitter now, come in and test the new P-Series irons, and be the first to get them. The P-Series irons, especially the P-790 and P-770, were quickly gobbled up in 2020 resulting in long lead-times for those that didn’t pre-order.