Honma TW757 Irons Review (NEW P, Vx & B Models)

The new TW757 range from Honma features three separate models

The P, Vx and B irons are part of the Honma TW757 range.

Honma TW757 Irons

Honma TW757 irons are the new version of the best-selling range with three models – the P, Vx and B – launched in 2022.

Part of the TW757 that also includes a new driver, fairway woods and utility clubs, the three irons are crammed with the latest technology and all offer something different.

The P is the Players’ cavity back model, the Vx is a forged cavity design and the B is the new Honma blade irons for the elite and better level players.

In this article, we take a look at what each of the irons offer, how they differ from the TW747 irons and what they can bring to your game.

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What Honma says about the TW757 Irons:

“Three models of the tour-inspired iron help shots carry long, achieving high and straight flight with mis-hit forgiveness.

“The P iron’s low-and-deep CG generates high trajectory, despite the strong lofts, while the pocket cavity helps produce distance with ideal trajectory at each loft. P refers the iron’s innovative pocket-cavity design.

“In the Vx, the seven-gram tungsten toe weight lengthens the CG distance (#4 – #8) in the wide clubhead, yet the high operability is maintained by the CG position.

“Optimal heel and toe weights reduce energy loss on off-center hits with this forged cavity back – generating high, straight, and long shots with optimal spin and solid feel.

“The B’s traditional-shaped muscle back blade’s ideal CG is achieved by inserting a tungsten weight into the toe.

“The sweet spot is expanded by lightening the heel – enabling an ideal balance of distance performance, straight-line stability, accuracy and spin control. It’s made with tighter tolerances than Honma’s previous muscle back blades.”

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Honma TW757 P Irons

The Honma TW757 P irons are the player’s distance irons of the series and get their name from the iron’s innovative pocket-cavity design.

The irons are crafted from soft S20S carbon steel and have a cavity back design with a pocket undercut to provide forgiveness and exceptional distance throughout the bag.

Honma TW757 P Irons

The TW757 P also boast a low-and-deep CG, thanks to strategic tungsten sole weights, to generate a high trajectory even despite the strong lofts that are set as standard.

Honma’s cup-face design is also present in the P model to increase the size of the sweet spot and maintain ball speed even on off-center hits

The lofts are strong in the TW757 P irons, which are available from 19 degrees upwards.

Honma TW757 Vx Irons

The TW757 Vx model is another cavity back design, but differ from the P thanks to strategic heel and toe weighting.

Produced from a forged S20S carbon steel, the provide a soft feel and classic look at address and are aimed at golfers looking for a blend of forgiveness, distance and spin from their irons.

The key design element is the seven-gram tungsten toe weight that shifts the center of gravity in this version.

Honma TW757 Vx Irons

The tungsten lengths the CG distance in the 4-iron to 8-iron the extreme perimeters to help reduce a loss of energy on off-center ball strikes.

The Vx irons generate high, straight and long ball flights, optimal spin and solid feel and appeal to a range of golfers.

Not as strong lofted as the P irons, the Vx model starts with a 20 degree 3-iron.

Honma TW757 B Irons

The TW757 B is the new Honma blade irons for the elite and better level players with a modern muscleback design from forged soft 8620 carbon steel.

They are a classic look blade iron with a traditional clubhead shape and are all about offering stability, accuracy and spin control from fairway and tee boxes.

Honma TW757 B Irons

Like the Vx, they have strategically placed tungsten toe weight but also feature a resin for optimal center of gravity and improved turf interaction.

In addition, they have an expanded sweet spot which Honma have achieved by reducing the mass of the heel of the clubhead.

Designed for shot shaping an incredible accuracy, the TW757 Bs have lofts starting at 19 degrees.

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Verdict: Are the Honma TW757 Irons any good?

Honma have managed to make tweaks from the 747 irons and improve the performance across all three models.

The two cavity back designs – the P and Vx – have similar performance levels but differ by the weighting and CG placement with the Vx the heavier of the two.

When it comes to the Blades, the level of tolerances have been refined to extract even more performance and accuracy that elite level golfers crave. All in all, a great package.

FAQs

How much does the Honma TW757 Irons cost?

The P and Vx irons are priced at around $1130 / £900 per set, while the B model is around $1250 / £1000.

What are the TW757 irons specs?

The Honma TW757 P irons are available in 4-iron (19 degrees) to Approach Wedge (48 degrees). The Vx irons are available in 4-iron (21 degrees) to Approach Wedge (49 degrees) and the B irons are available in 3-iron (19 degrees) to Pitching Wedge (45 degrees)