Taylormade P790 Vs Titleist T200 Irons Comparison And Review
Taylormade and Titleist go head to head with some of their best irons for mid to low handicappers.
These are both compact players irons that focus on workability and higher spin rates than beginner irons and they will suit golfers looking to take their game to very top level although the P790’s will be slightly more forgiving.
Taylormade P790 Overview
The P790’s have actually been around since 2017 but got a well received upgrade in 2019 which made them longer and more forgiving while still maintaining that players workability.
The heads are compact and the top line is thin, meaning you can draw, fade or stop the ball dead on the green with ease.
The hollow forged head construction is filled with speed foam which dampens unwanted vibrations and gives a much softer feel overall.
The Inverted cone technology and thru slot speed pocket, adds forgiveness on off center strikes that you won’t necessarily get with the T200’s.
Tungsten weighting increases the MOI and also expands the sweet spot while the fast face will add more distance than the 2017 version.
These are ‘forgiving’ players irons for mid to low handicap players.
Titleist T200 Irons Overview
Titleist are well known for their players irons and the T200’s are some of the best.
Straight of the jump you can see that these irons are compact and have thin top line for workability and shaping your shots.
They are tour grade irons and it is no secret that the majority of PGA winners who aren’t sponsored turn the Titleist for their clubs.
These irons are not for beginners, you will need tremendous consistency to work them effectively.
They are also progressive as you move towards the shorter irons and start hunting the greens and more precisely the pin itself.
The L Shaped Forged face insert produces good ball speeds and expands the sweet spot lower on the face and the polymer insert on the back on the club is ‘Max Impact’ to spring the ball off with more speed and distance.
If you are a mid to low handicapper with good consistency and you want some of the best players irons around, go with the T200’s
If you are a mid handicapper that is looking to get into players irons without sacrificing all the forgiveness of game improvement irons, the P790’s will be perfect.