Mizuno Pro 245 Vs Taylormade P790 Irons
The Mizuno Pro 245 and Taylormade P790 irons are both forged hollow-body irons.
But which one is better overall? Let’s talk about it.
Mizuno Pro 245 Irons Overview
“The Mizuno Pro 245s are grain flow forged and feature variable face thickness and a suspended tungsten weight in the long/mid irons.”
The wedges and scoring irons simply don’t look like player’s distance irons; but they are.
They have a really sleek profile that is almost blade-like.
I was amazed that flush shots weren’t losing any spin. So you get good stopping power without sacrificing distance.
The Mizuno Pro 245s run for about $1,400.
Taylormade P790 Irons Overview
“The P790’s are forged and feature progressive CG along with Speedfoam.”
The P790’s offer a bit more offset and have slightly chunkier soles than the Mizuno Pro 245s.
They are incredibly forgiving – especially when you catch the toe. However, spin does drop with these irons on flush shots so overshooting the green is a real possibility.
The P790s are also $1,400.
“Overall the Mizuno Pro 245s give you more control as player’s distance irons. They also didn’t dig quite as much as the P790 irons.”