TaylorMade P7MC irons were first launched in 2020 and have now been re-released with a new and upgraded version for 2023.
The 2023 model on the P7MC now features improved perimeter weighting and minimal offset for even better ball striking and shot shaping capabilities for the elite golfer.
In this article we take a look at the changes made to the new irons, what they offer and discuss what gains you can make if adding these to the bag in 2023.
What TaylorMade say about the 2023 P7MC Irons:
“With precision playability and a hint of forgiveness, P7MC caters to the game’s best ball strikers.
“The tour-inspired P7MC fits the eye of discerning players. With minimal offset and perimeter weighting, this classically shaped iron delivers the ultimate in control and precision with a hint of forgiveness.
“Compact Grain Forging delivers a refined composition inside and out.
“The sophisticated craftsmanship comes to life with a satin finish and forged “Metal-T” within the cavity back, creating the unmistakable aesthetic of a premium TaylorMade iron.”
TaylorMade P7MC Irons Specs & Design
TaylorMade haven’t gone overboard with the changes from the 2020 P7MC vs 2023 P7MC, with the alterations in the new design more subtle and minor tweaks.
The club head is forged head from 1025 carbon steel and the Compact Grain Forging process has given the P7MC irons a softer feel.
The classic blade shape remains but the iron heads are marginally shorter in length more compact at address.
TaylorMade have also opted for minimal offset across the irons set to create symmetry across the range of irons.
With an improve “Metal-T” feature within the cavity of the P7MCs, you can expect a more pure strike on every shot whether used from the fairway, rough or tee box.
As with the previous version of these irons, the P7MC differs from others in the P Series as it has a satin finish.
The P7MCs are available in 3-iron (20 degrees), 4-iron (23 degrees), 5-iron (26 degrees), 6-iron (30 degrees), 7-iron (34 degrees), 8-iron (38 degrees), 9-iron (42.5degrees) and Pitching Wedge (47 degrees).
Verdict: Are the TaylorMade P7MC irons 2023 any good?
The changes made to the new 2023 P7MC irons are minor tweaks rather than sweeping alterations to the popular original model.
What TaylorMade have achieved is creating improved ball striking from across the face of these blades.
Add these to your bag and you are getting real quality performers, the ability to shape shots with more consistency, add distance compared to the P7MB irons and gain more forgiveness too. All in all, a good job on the changes.
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What is the 2023 TaylorMade P7MC irons release date?
The new irons will be available to purchase in January 2023.
How much do the 2023 TaylorMade P7MC irons cost?
A set of P7MC 2023 irons cost $1300 / £1100.
What are the TaylorMade P7MC irons specs?
The P7MCs are available in 3-iron (20 degrees), 4-iron (23 degrees), 5-iron (26 degrees), 6-iron (30 degrees), 7-iron (34 degrees), 8-iron (38 degrees), 9-iron (42.5 degrees) and Pitching Wedge (47 degrees).
Do the TaylorMade P7MC irons come with a warranty?
Yes, they come with a one-year manufacturer’s warranty.
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