2023 TaylorMade P790 Irons | The Swing Report

The new 2023 TaylorMade P790 irons are engineered to provide golfers with explosive distance and high ball speeds in a compact shape. The 2023 TaylorMade P790 irons are powered by FLTD CG technology and AI Mass Optimization that team up to deliver better performance on all shots.

0:00 Intro
0:36 Key Details, Tech, Specs
4:06 Testing
10:42 Final Details

In this edition of the Swing Report, 2nd Swing’s Drew Mahowald and Michael Geiger test and review the new 2023 TaylorMade P790 irons using Trackman technology.

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19 Replies to “2023 TaylorMade P790 Irons | The Swing Report”

  1. Joe Lane says:

    Hi guys! So assuming someone’s irons are too long for them, the impact location tends to be where? The shot direction tends to be where?
    Also, as far as static measuring, do you still do wrist to floor or knuckles to floor?
    What length would generally constitute going down a 1/4 inch? I know static is not as important as the actual delivery, but as a general guide.
    Thank you!!

  2. golfaddict says:

    great video……i am 58 years old…7 handicap…..95 mph driver swing speed….i am interested in the P-790's but have an issue….which would you say is possibly the better club
    JPX 923 hotmetal
    Srixon ZX5 or 4
    Titleist T200
    Cobra forged tec X

    I currently play the Taylormade Stealth……hit the 7 iron about 150 yards
    thx and cheers from Canada

  3. I do not for the life of me understand why testing a club for average players with a 95 miles swingspeed has any purpose or logic. Useless and utterly unreal results & info for the 80 – 85 mph (or less) 7iron swinger. The 90% of golfers. Maybe even 95%

  4. I recently switched to the 2023 p770s and i really love them. Best irons i have ever had with a shaft that suits me very well. I never took to the p790s and preferred other brands and models till now even though my swing speed is not high and i am in my 70s. But the accuracy and consistent distances i get from the p770s are going to be very heard to beat.

  5. Dmkfactor says:

    Look incredible, but for $1300, I don’t think so! Takomo irons are looking REALLLLY good and you can have those for under 600!

  6. NtheKnife18 says:

    I have the '21s. I’ve really got serious about golfing in the last couple years and I did the full fitting for them. Impressed in every way and then some. Don’t think I’ll be upgrading just yet. Kind of prefer the looks of mine anyway.

  7. Just got my set. Love it except the part where they sound clicky

  8. Tommy Eden says:

    I play MP-18's and have since they came out. I just went and got fit for these and what blew me away was not the distance, it was the dispersion. As he said it just was the same shot over even with off center hits. I am an 8 hc, but I went for the full 4-PW. I was tempted to go for a mixed set, but I found I could work the ball with the scoring clubs. I may regret that, but we will see. They look and feel great though.

  9. Eric Jaye says:

    Combo for sure 7-aw 770 & 5,6 790s then I'll throw in a hybrid.

  10. ORyan87 says:

    200 yard 7i…..

  11. leecm says:

    Can a 20 handicap grow into these clubs?

  12. You really need to show these reviews with slower swing speed of ie 75. If I was swinging at 95 I wouldn’t be buying these clubs.

  13. J B says:

    If you average over 100 feet in the air with greater than a 45 degree landing angle…you can have 200 RPM and still stop it on the green.

  14. Cybek Cusal says:

    What ball did you use? His spin is really low.

  15. AJ Jamieson says:

    Will this be the last generation of the P-790 or will Taylormade continue this popular model into the future?

  16. David Green says:

    Looking forward to your next video comparing the new model to the 2021 version…will help answer if it's worth an upgrade!

  17. John Brodnik says:

    So, a 30 degree 7 iron?? Should it not be a strong 6 iron…

  18. Paul McGee says:

    Has this just been launched?

  19. korkeiw says:

    I don't understand why you would want a 7 iron that goes 190 yards. Out of your 14 clubs half of them become only for over 200 yards, when under 100 is the scoring zone.

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