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Apr 7th, 2019
Tiger Woods and TaylorMade launch new P-TW irons
Smooth as silk...
Words: Tim Southwell
Calling all self-respecting better players out there. Tiger Woods and TaylorMade have collaborated to create a premium players iron set. Say hello to the new P-7TW range...
“It's no longer necessary to try to blend a set together from 50 different clubs; we’re able to replicate each one with consistency, from club to club, set to set, every single time.” Tiger Woods
Well, there you have it, from his lordship's own chops. And he's not finished there...
“With Milled Grind, knowing that I’m getting essentially the same set that I just wore out is huge. I no longer have to hit hundreds upon thousands of golf balls to find a set.”
It is not widely known that Tiger uses precise amounts of tungsten weighting behind the sweet spot of his irons to improve their feel and performance. In golf, tungsten is typically used to achieve a specific CG location—however, Tiger Woods is no typical player. Instead, by optimally placing tungsten within the head of each P•7TW iron, they deliver a unique blend of feel, flight and control for Tiger to play his best.
A PREMIUM EXPERIENCE
Golfers will begin their journey with P•7TW with a premium unboxing experience. Constructed from carefully selected materials, every detail of the P•7TW box has been carefully considered to unveil these irons in a way that pays tribute to the heartfelt collaboration of Tiger Woods and TaylorMade Golf.
SPECIFICATIONS, PRICING & AVAILABILITY
Available for preorder starting today and available commercially beginning May 1, at an RRP of £1,899 / EU 2,199 / NOK 20,999 / SEK 22,999 / DKK 17,499 / CHF 2,599 the P•7TW will be offered in 3-PW (RH only) and come equipped with True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 Tour Issue shafts and Golf Pride’s Tour Velvet Cord grips.
The P•7TW will also be available through TaylorMade’s custom program, allowing for numerous additional custom shaft and grip options.
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