Taylormade P770 Vs Titleist T150 Irons Comparison Overview

Taylormade P770 Vs Titleist T150 Irons

If you’re shopping for new forged players irons and are confused at the differences between them, you’re not alone.

At the end of the day, different irons end up having very similar features – just under different names.

So it can be hard to decipher the performance differences. You should always get fitted for irons but you should also arm yourself with as much knowledge as possible.

To that end, I tested the Titleist T150’s against the Taylormade P770 irons to tell you about the performance differences between these similar forged players irons.

Taylormade P770 Irons Overview

“The P770 irons are forged, hollow body players irons with a compact head and progressive CG.”

The thing that impressed me about these irons right away was their forgiveness.

For such compact irons, Taylormade managed to pack a lot of forgiveness features into them. The P770’s feature a Speed Pocket that works in conjunction with the ThruSlot that enhances flexion across almost the entire face.

They also included the inverted cone face geometry in the P770’s. My mis-hits weren’t losing ball speed or picking up ridiculous amounts of spin.

The long irons feel comfortable and easy to swing while the higher CG in the short irons allowed for better flight control.

The hollow body design makes these irons play long too. I was smashing the ball for an average carry distance of 168.5 yards with the 6-iron.

Titleist T150 Irons Overview

“The Titleist T150 irons are forged and have slightly stronger lofts than the P770’s.”

Surprisingly though, the stronger lofts didn’t make the T150’s play longer than the P770’s. With the T150 6-iron, I was averaging a carry of 165.3 yards.

Not a huge difference but still significant if you are trying to decide which set is right for you.

However, I liked the feel of the Titleist T150 irons more. They were softer and the face felt more responsive. Feedback was clearer and the face, in general, was more consistent.

While my average distance was better with the P770’s the span of distances were wider. With the Titleist T150’s I knew what distance I was going to get out of each club.

“The Taylormade P770’s are no doubt impressive irons. They are compact yet still manage to be forgiving.

And they play long! But if you’re looking for better consistency and a true players iron feel, I would recommend the Titleist T150’s.”

Taylormade P770 First Impressions

The first thing you will notice is the clear line of site you have to the ball thanks to the limited offset of these irons.

When you first take a look at the Taylormade P770 irons, you don’t automatically think distance.

That’s because they lack most of the visual features of your typical distance irons.

You will probably think that they are great for accurate approaches, shaping shots and higher spin rates; but not so much for distance.

After you take your first swing with 7 iron though (featuring 33 degrees of loft) you will be able to feel the speedy engine behind these irons which have a softer feel.

The Taylormade P770 irons feature a forged hollow body design that allow for maximum face flex.

The face is forged from 4140 carbon steel and is wrapped seamless style around the body which is also made from carbon steel.

You also get a whopping 46 grams of tungsten to fortify the sweet spot and launch the ball high and with workability.

Just because these are mid to low handicap player irons doesn’t mean that Taylormade has left out additional forgiveness features.

For instance, the ICT technology is progressive throughout the set which means that you get an optimized sweet spot location as you work down the set.

The Taylormade P770 have to be swung to believe. They look like players irons but they also have a lot of forgiveness features.

Not quite as long as some other irons but plenty else on offer with the P770’s.

Titleist T150 – First Impressions

The first thing we noticed about the T150 was the classy, refined look that we are used to in Titleist irons.

The blades have a compact blade length and minimal offset but the wider soles offer more confidence at address.

The refined muscle channel is also immediately noticeable, adding to the power and distance of the irons.

You may not notice the CNC Precision milled grooves or the Tungsten weighting in the toe and the heel but you will definitely notice and get to know them as your strike your irons.

Overall, you are going to get the tour refined shaping with an extra bit of power and forgiveness, perfect for those perhaps trying out forged players irons for the first time.

Taylormade P770 Irons Selling Points

  • Wrap-around face makes for an expansive sweet spot
  • Hollow body design
  • Clean muscle-back design
  • Great feel from the forged construction and speedfoam
  • Good launch angles
  • Soft, clean feel and excellent workability

Titleist T150 Irons – Selling Points

  • Tungsten Weighting Is Progressive, More Noticeable In The Longer Irons.
  • Refined Muscle Channel For More Power
  • Wider Soles For More Forgiveness
  • Vokey Inspired Turf Interaction
  • Variable Face Thickness
  • Optimized Center Of Gravity For Each Club

Who Are The Taylormade P770 Irons For?

The Taylormade P770 are for mid to low handicappers who are looking for a good combination of feel, distance and workability.

If you want to take a step up in terms of performance from your Big Bertha’s, P790ti’s and other distance irons, the Taylormade P770 irons would be a good next logical step.

They are a great combination of workability and shaping shots without compromising much in either department.

They produce mid-level range spin which can be a problem in the long irons but is a benefit in the shorter ones.

So they’re certainly not perfect but they strike a good balance between distance and accuracy.

If that sounds like the kind of iron set you need then you should definitely check out the Taylormade P770’s.

The P Series From Taylormade

The P series of Taylormade irons run the gamut from pure distance to pure feel to pure accuracy and everything in between.

While only the P790 irons can be considered more distance irons, the P series is mostly focused on the performance that mid to low handicappers need on the course.

In fact, every other line of irons in this series rocks a mid-level range spin so you can control roll around the green and on approaches.

The P7MB and P7MC iron sets offer the highest degree of accuracy and workability if that it your aim.

Distance: 90/100

Accuracy: 95/100

Forgiveness: 91/100

Feel and Control: 96/100

Value: 90/100

Overall Rating: 94/100

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Who Are The T150 Irons For

The T150 are for low handicappers who want more distance and forgiveness than what is on offer with the T100’s.

Similar in blade length but with thicker soles and enhanced tungsten weighting offers tour like performance with more distance for slower swing speeds and more forgiveness for the top players who lack consistency.

The one thing that may put golfers off is the higher price point of the irons in today’s game.

Titleist T Series Family Of Irons

The third iteration of the T series is upon us in 2023. The T100 are the most player friendly and they get steadily longer and more forgiving as you move through the family up towards the Game improvement irons like the T300’s.

Distance: 96/100

Accuracy: 97/100

Forgiveness: 93/100

Feel And Control: 95/100

Overall Score: 96/100

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