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anyone have any info on new TM players irons? by their cycle new mb and mc irons should launch this summer

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2 hours ago, Shaqlemore said:

anyone have any info on new TM players irons? by their cycle new mb and mc irons should launch this summer

 

 

Those were all fall of 2020 releases, probably won't hear about anything until the end of summer.  

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The new P7MB blade  and P7MC cavity back irons were just released a few months ago. Doubt they will be replacing those for a couple years. 

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1 hour ago, hammergolf said:

The new P7MB blade  and P7MC cavity back irons were just released a few months ago. Doubt they will be replacing those for a couple years. 

They actually came out in the late summer/early fall of 2020.  I would expect a similar release for 2022; pending COVID supply issues/changes to release cycle cadence.  

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Bring back the P730's!!! @TaylorMade Golf

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21 hours ago, jacobanderson123 said:

Yeah just a few months ago, 17 months to be exact.

Wow, time flies during Covid….. lol

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I’d be interested to see what TM bring out later this year, I found when testing that there was a huge gap in style/performance between the P770 and the P7MC. The P770 was almost a bit lumpy, and had that unfortunate clicky feel/sound with it being a hollow head, also dispersion was ridiculous front to back with 7 irons going 165-180 through the air without feeling any different in terms of strike. The P7MC felt amazing and as you’d expect much tighter on the dispersion on well struck shots but the drop offs for bad strikes obviously really punishing and the weight of them very different to the 770 so I wouldn’t want to combo them. I’m hoping they close that gap with a new iron, almost like a P760 rebirth because that feels like it would bridge that gap a lot better. Hopefully we’ll start to hear some news as the summer goes on! 

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8 hours ago, GoGatorsChomp said:

I’d be interested to see what TM bring out later this year, I found when testing that there was a huge gap in style/performance between the P770 and the P7MC. The P770 was almost a bit lumpy, and had that unfortunate clicky feel/sound with it being a hollow head, also dispersion was ridiculous front to back with 7 irons going 165-180 through the air without feeling any different in terms of strike. The P7MC felt amazing and as you’d expect much tighter on the dispersion on well struck shots but the drop offs for bad strikes obviously really punishing and the weight of them very different to the 770 so I wouldn’t want to combo them. I’m hoping they close that gap with a new iron, almost like a P760 rebirth because that feels like it would bridge that gap a lot better. Hopefully we’ll start to hear some news as the summer goes on! 

I have always wanted TM irons but their sound and feel has always been sub-par to me compared to others.

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9 hours ago, GoGatorsChomp said:

I’d be interested to see what TM bring out later this year, I found when testing that there was a huge gap in style/performance between the P770 and the P7MC. The P770 was almost a bit lumpy, and had that unfortunate clicky feel/sound with it being a hollow head, also dispersion was ridiculous front to back with 7 irons going 165-180 through the air without feeling any different in terms of strike. The P7MC felt amazing and as you’d expect much tighter on the dispersion on well struck shots but the drop offs for bad strikes obviously really punishing and the weight of them very different to the 770 so I wouldn’t want to combo them. I’m hoping they close that gap with a new iron, almost like a P760 rebirth because that feels like it would bridge that gap a lot better. Hopefully we’ll start to hear some news as the summer goes on! 

 

4 hours ago, BCC1898 said:

TM always seems to have a HUGE performance gap between their "player's tech" lines and CB.  Kind of wish they'd merge them.

 

The original 750/770 were exactly what's being asked for and were easy to combo, but people complained they were too similar. So they added more distinction between the P7MC and the newer P770 and now people complain they're too far apart. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 

 

For me and lot of the players I play with, the P760 was a solution in search of a problem. Trying to put the best of the P750 and P770 into a single set just made them sort of meh across the board. They were fine, but not really great at anything. I think TaylorMade going back to two distinct irons in the lineup showed they got that feedback, as well.

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I am combo-ing the P770s and the P7MCs I don't have an issue with it at all. Anyone can adjust the lofts to have normal gapping.  Right now, I play the 9 and PW of the p7MCs but I have the 8 irons for both models. The difference is that the trajectory of the P770s is higher than the MCs. When I want to keep the trajectory down I will switch to the P7MC 8 iron. 

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5 hours ago, tigerd said:

I was at a tm fitting day recently and the tm rep who was there said they have been told  they are pushing back the release cycle of them to next year - he stated the reason was shortage of shafts and components from China due to the pandemic 

 

This seems to be the most likely scenario. The current MBs and MCs are so timeless looking. No gaudy badges or crazy designs so they will age well. I really want to get my hands on a set of MBs.

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6 hours ago, tigerd said:

I was at a tm fitting day recently and the tm rep who was there said they have been told  they are pushing back the release cycle of them to next year - he stated the reason was shortage of shafts and components from China due to the pandemic 

This would not surprise me at all, with TM using KBS as their go to “stock” shaft option. KBS are in absolute meltdown mode atm, got a friend waiting on some T100’s with KBS Tour V shafts and every month he keeps getting told they’ll be another 3 months. When I did my testing they couldn’t tell me how long I’d have to wait for the KBS Tour X shaft but it wouldn’t be this side of September. 

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On 5/20/2022 at 2:13 AM, tigerd said:

I was at a tm fitting day recently and the tm rep who was there said they have been told  they are pushing back the release cycle of them to next year - he stated the reason was shortage of shafts and components from China due to the pandemic 

I would love to think that but in terms of shafts it seems to be a KBS issue, they have a bunch of DG shafts available. Also these 2 year releases are built in to their revenue projections and to break that cycle would mean pushing everything else off. They don’t make those decisions lightly, more likely scenario just push ahead with the release.

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37 minutes ago, capifico22 said:

760's are so underrated

Totally agree, wish I picked up a set but was waiting for the MCs which I thought would be the answer, unfortunately I'm just not talented enough to game those. Would love to see TM go back to the mid 2000s and have an MB, MC, and something like an LT which today I still think is one of the best irons ever made.  

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