WHAT IT DOES: The original idea of the P•7MC was to produce irons for the game’s best players that looked the part. The latest P•7MC accomplishes this but takes the design further. The irons are forged from 1025 carbon steel with machine-milled faces and aggressive grooves. The single-piece forged iron maintains its blade length but now features a slimmer topline, a feature you would expect from the company’s most-played iron on tour. The irons also use a five-step forging process that delivers up to two to three times the forging pressure normally used in forged irons. The additional force decreases the grain size to improve the overall properties of the metal. The high-pressure forging also reduces the need for hand polishing, allowing for a repeatable, precise geometry.
WHY WE LIKE IT: These irons balance the right amount of help with the right amount of “leave me on my own.” In an iron that seemingly serves all ball flights, the compact head, minimal offset and satin-nickel-chrome finish provide a tour-level look that says you’re to be reckoned with in your club championship. How player-ish are these irons? A 3-iron—a rarity these days—is available. Read more>>
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From the Manufacturer
With precision playability and a hint of forgiveness, every angle of the all-new P·7MC is meticulously scrutinized to meet the performance demands of the game’s best ball strikers. With minimal offset and perimeter weighting, this classically shaped iron delivers ultimate control and precision. TaylorMade’s Compact Grain Forging™ process uses 2,000 tons of pressure, more than double the industry standard. The additional force gave TaylorMade engineers precision control at a micro level, producing a tighter grain structure for the best possible feel and strength properties. The sophisticated craftsmanship comes to life with a satin finish and forged “Metal-T” within the cavity back, creating the unmistakable aesthetic of a premium TaylorMade iron. Precision in P·7MC is paramount, which is why the face of this iron is continued to be machined. Machining the face ensures precision and quality with TaylorMade’s most aggressive score line geometry for exacting shot making.
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