Taylormade P790 Irons 2023 vs 2021 Review
The P790 irons have been Taylormades most popular ever clubs and in 2023 they have reached their 4th Generation.
The changes between the generations of these irons can be subtle and in this review, we are going to break them down alongside the differences in performance that we saw in testing.
What’s New In The 2023 Taylormade P790
Lofts And Specs
The lofts remain unchanged from the 2021 version to the 2023 version.
There are subtle differences in looks. The 2023 model is a little bit more rounded and softer around the edges.
The Bar along the back of the club has also been slightly changed and it runs straight along the back of the club now.
Inside The Club
Most of the changes have occurred inside the club head, let’s break them down.
The internal make up of each club is different, the tungsten sits in different places inside each club. This has been optimized by A.i
Lighter Speed Foam Air
Lighter speed foam air allows for more weight to be redistributed where it counts, which leads to speed gains.
Thin Thick Patterns
Each club now has thin thick patterns at the back of the club which can save 3gs per club. This allows for more tungsten in key areas,
Sound Stabilization Bar
A sound stabilization bar now runs through the club which looks to improve the sound and feel of the clubs on impact.
We found a good performance boost in the clubs in terms of speed. The ball speed was up and the carry distance was up by about 6 to 8 yards with the 7 iron.
Spin remained similar as did launch angle and we still have a good descent angle to get that stopping power when it counts.
Overall a nice upgrade and worth considering.
Aidan Lehane here, I’m a Mid-low handicap golfer who has made tremendous progress in breaking 90 in just over 1 year of playing golf seriously.
I get out to the course or range as often as possible and review all the equipment I’ve come across on this blog.