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Taylormade P790 driving irons!

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I'm for sure liking the looks of these better than the udi, all comes down to how they preform, would love to get my hands on one of these.

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Yuck. Don't care for that look. It reminds me of the ugly new PXG irons (not to be confused with the sexy PXG driving iron)

 

 

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better have serious game if you put one of those in the bag.... serious looking club right there.... seriously.

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The middle is the middle.

 

 

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it's the SIZE of the middle that counts... it can be a dime or it can be larger than a dollar coin... 

 

like I said - serious club for serious players that have no problem finding the middle every time..... seriously.

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No, the middle is the middle. If you can find the middle. It is in the same location on pretty much every club.

 

 

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These P-790's are not driving irons but rather a full set of new irons from Taylormade...in fact, there's even a 50* A-Wedge.  

 

These are hollow forged distance irons in a 'tweener' clubhead size that will appeal to mid-handicappers as well as better players.

 

790pics5.jpg

PLEASE NOTE THERE IS NO 1-IRON OR 2-IRON  IN THE P-790 SET

P790Lofts.jpg

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No 2 iron??

 

 

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Not announced for Retail with the P-790 iron set, but could be coming later on, so stay tuned.

 

It definitely exists on Tour, and for now, it is a 'Tour issue only' club...Below is a pic of the 790 UDI '2-iron'. 

 

I understand the loft is 17*, which is clearly a driving iron's loft, so there is really no need for a 16* UDI 1-iron.

 

Due to the popularity of the original UDI's I do think TM will announce this club before Christmas time, but TM apparently wants to make it a completely separate announcement from the P-790 irons.  I also suspect the new 790 UDI may have a different stock shaft than the 790 irons.

 

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Not announced with the P790 iron set, but could be coming later...

just one more reason to look at Mizuno.

 

 

- A.S.

 

Sent from #nothingfeelslikeamizuno dreamland...

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those do look nice.  happy to see them include a 3iron; those seem to be going by the wayside since so many people have bagged hybrids

 

if someone gave me a set of those I'd probably play them...

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Not just driving irons...the TM 790's are a full set of irons...there's even a 50* A-Wedge.  These are hollow forged distance irons in a 'tweener' clubhead size that will appeal to mid-handicappers as well as better players.

 

attachicon.gif790pics5.jpg

attachicon.gifP790Lofts.jpg

Seems very similar to the mp h5?

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