Taylormade X Tiger Woods P-7TW Irons

Apr 9, 2019

Category: Gear

It’s been nearly two years since golf legend Tiger Woods signed with Taylormade and now his first set of irons with the American brand is on deck. Taylormade’s Tiger Woods P-7TW Irons were created with input from one of the greatest golfers of all time, resulting in a quality set for any course you test your skills on.

According to Taylormade, the P-7TW Irons took hundreds of hours to create, since Woods’ exact specifications had to be met. Rather than being developed as a set, each golf club was engineered individually for ideal performance. The bottom of each head is milled to achieve consistent sole geometry and the set has tungsten behind the center of the hitting zone to enhance feel — in line with Wood’s preferences. Forged from 1020 carbon steel, the irons have almost an identical silhouette to his old set. Compared to Taylormade’s P730 Irons, these clubs have narrower grooves and generate more spin. If you’re looking to own the same clubs as a golf icon, the P-7TW will reach stores this May.

Purchase: $2,000

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