Taylormade P770 Vs Mizuno Pro 245 Irons
In today’s comparison, we’ll be looking at a couple of forged hollow body irons from Taylormade and Mizuno.
Taylormade P770 Irons Overview
“The P770’s have progressive CG, Speedfoam and Thru-Slot Speed Pocket.”
The P770s have thin top lines and moderate sole widths; but a bit more offset than the Mizuno Pro 245s.
Nevertheless, they offer true forged feel and excellent launch for a player’s iron.
I was deftly able to produce soft landings while the hollow-body design ensured I got proper distance. The P770s are $1300.
Mizuno Pro 245 Irons Overview
“The Mizuno Pro 245s have internal tungsten weighting, a soft copper underlay and increased bounce angles.”
The Mizuno Pro 245s are more compact than the P770s with soft edges and a soft muscle back feel.
I was really happy with the divots these irons were leaving too – much smaller than my gamer irons.
The turf interaction was smooth and even with the compact shape, I didn’t lose out on any spin. The Mizuno Pro 245 cost $1400.
“The Mizuno Pro 245 were very workable while playing as long as the Taylormade P770s. For that reason the 245’s are the superior forged hollow-body irons.”