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Seeing all the numbers of Taylormade's Tiger Spec P7TWs is pretty interesteg.  Since his 9 and PW are the same length, anyone know what his SW and LW lengths are?  I can't find the info on the internets...

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8 minutes ago, sumadoggie said:

Seeing all the numbers of Taylormade's Tiger Spec P7TWs is pretty interesteg.  Since his 9 and PW are the same length, anyone know what his SW and LW lengths are?  I can't find the info on the internets...

Wow. Even Tiger has gone to stronger lofts. He used Mizuno MP-14 specs on both his Titleist and Nike irons.

 

 

 

 

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If you just went to the TM website, there are the specs for the "non Tiger" P7TWs and then below that is a drop down menu with the actual "Tiger Specs". 

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49 minutes ago, sumadoggie said:

If you just went to the TM website, there are the specs for the "non Tiger" P7TWs and then below that is a drop down menu with the actual "Tiger Specs". 

Thanks, dog.

That begs the question, why aren't the actual Tiger Specs available to everybody?

Am I the last person in the world (other than the Tiger himself) who prefers the old traditional lofts?

Just for fun, you should check out the lofts on the Tony Stewart hickory shafted irons on the Louisville Golf website.

 

 

 

 

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36 minutes ago, NiftyNiblick said:

Thanks, dog.

That begs the question, why aren't the actual Tiger Specs available to everybody?

Am I the last person in the world (other than the Tiger himself) who prefers the old traditional lofts?

Just for fun, you should check out the lofts on the Tony Stewart hickory shafted irons on the Louisville Golf website.

The TW specs are what we’re needed to get tiger his desired ball flight window. They are different from the p730 standard design that has a different launch window. 
 

It took lots of time and effort to get tiger his desired flight and it wasn’t something that was easily replicated but eventually TaylorMade was able to nail it down to something that could be replicated and provide tiger with replacements when needed. So anyone willing to spend the money can have tiger specs and also anyone wil to spend the money can have old school specs made for them from a club maker but most people including pros don’t play old school specs. Not to mention “traditional” lofts have changed over time. It’s not like we went from 1960s lofts to current lofts. 

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On 12/2/2019 at 2:26 PM, RickyBobby_PR said:

The TW specs are what we’re needed to get tiger his desired ball flight window. They are different from the p730 standard design that has a different launch window. 
 

It took lots of time and effort to get tiger his desired flight and it wasn’t something that was easily replicated but eventually TaylorMade was able to nail it down to something that could be replicated and provide tiger with replacements when needed. So anyone willing to spend the money can have tiger specs and also anyone wil to spend the money can have old school specs made for them from a club maker but most people including pros don’t play old school specs. Not to mention “traditional” lofts have changed over time. It’s not like we went from 1960s lofts to current lofts. 

What's missing from the TaylorMade website are the bounces for the P730 iron specs; and not only the bounce but also the offset specs from the P7TW specs.  This begs the question are the P7TW weakened P730s (which would also reduce the offset) or do they have a whole different "milled grind" for Tiger's clubs with the same or different offset?  The more info they provide, the more we want...

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41 minutes ago, sumadoggie said:

What's missing from the TaylorMade website are the bounces for the P730 iron specs; and not only the bounce but also the offset specs from the P7TW specs.  This begs the question are the P7TW weakened P730s (which would also reduce the offset) or do they have a whole different "milled grind" for Tiger's clubs with the same or different offset?  The more info they provide, the more we want...

They are definitely weaker lofts than the p730s as well as heavier and shorter in length. His irons aren’t really 730s. Mike Taylor was heavily involved in the making of the TW irons. He’s made/worked on tigers irons forever. They used the mill grind which the 730s don’t have and tungsten weighting to help get the launch window dialed in. Tigers irons are unlike others out there. Iirc each one was designed separately from the other which isn’t how typical retail sets are made. 

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