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TaylorMade adds to P700 series with trio of irons, as well new putter and utility clubs

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TaylorMade

TaylorMade has announced a trio of new irons that have been added to its vaunted P700 series: the P7MB, P7MC and P770 irons.

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TaylorMade

Click here to learn more about the irons, including pricing and availability. Here's a snapshot from the company:

P7MC – COMPLETELY NEW, YET COMPLETELY CLASSIC 

Inspired by Tour, the design features of P7MC meets the standards of the game’s most discerning players. Classic shaping and minimal offset deliver control and precision, while perimeter weighting offers just the right touch of forgiveness.

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P7MB – PERFORMANCE FOR THE GOLF PURIST 

P7MB is defined by its clean and elegant appearance. This beautifully crafted muscle back reflects a level of the game that we all aspire to. 

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P770 – PACKS A PUNCH

Given the compact head shape, P770 punches above its weight class. Company testing shows that it’s within a few yards of the larger P790. Pound for pound, the performance is equally as impressive.


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TaylorMade

TaylorMade also unveiled its new SIM UDI and DHY utility clubs. UDI stands for Ultimate Driving Iron. DHY is for Driving Hybrid.

According to the company:

"As with the entire lineup of SIM products, shape plays a pivotal role in the performance of both SIM UDI and SIM DHY. Two noticeably different shapes contribute to a variance in performance and ball flight between the utility irons.

"SIM DHY offers a larger overall footprint with a thicker topline, wider sole and a shallower profile that delivers hybrid-like forgiveness. The larger head shape is designed to deliver confidence-inspiring visual cues while still maintaining a sleek and elegant aesthetic. SIM UDI has a more traditional players iron profile with a thinner topline and slimmer sole for enhanced workability and shot making characteristics. The face view reveals classic score lines that reflect its long-iron heritage."

Click here for more information on both clubs.


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TaylorMade

As for when you reach the green, TaylorMade has added to its Spider collection with the Spider FCG putter.

According to the company:

"Featuring an all-new True Path T-Sightline, Spider FCG resembles a more traditional mallet shape compared to other Spider designs. The optically engineered alignment feature allows the golfer to aim with the front edge and/or the vertical line, creating a perpendicular alignment aid. Rich aesthetics are brought to life through contrasting colors, sharp lines and copper accents."

Click here for more information on the putter.